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Rhythm and Cutloose at the Beachy

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One is the prolific club mash DJ of Australia.

The other a drum and beatbox specialist.

Together they are bringing you a drums-and-turntable show unlike any other with a style they call Partybass.

Cutloose has risen through Brisbane’s club and festival scenes to fast become a party starter and finisher of all occasions. His in-your-face mixing styles of turntablism, rock and electronica have left audiences all over Australia amazed.

Dr Rhythm… mmm – for all that know him: the crazy guy rockin’ the Brisbane circuit at the moment.

After moving from NZ to UK and now proudly calling Briztown home, he has beatboxed, hosted, MCed and played drums at every club in Queensland.

He is a former London Beatbox champ, co-host of a kids’ TV show on ABC3, and had a hero role in a documentary on Channel V; Rhythm is one of Australia’s most beloved beatboxers and entertainers.

After spending his life playing the drums he is now taking himself to the next level with Cutloose.

Help them ring in the New Year in Byron Bay at the Beach Hotel.

 

Find this and many other great gigs in Echonetdaily’s North Coast Gig Guide.


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