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The Doctor's Orders present
On The Real


Extended Players Xmas Party

10pm - 4am Friday 10h December 2010
@ Plan B, 418 Brixton Road, London SW9 7AY
(Brixton Tube)

£5 in advance through ticketweb.co.uk / 0844-477-1000
http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/user/?reg...moter=docorder
£8 On the night

Extended Players 6 Deck, 4 hour set by
DJ “Merry” MK (Kiss FM)
“Ho Ho Ho” Harry Love
Mr “Mistletoe” Thing

With resident DJs
Spin “Santa” Doctor (The Doctor’s Orders)
& Hosted by MC Prankster “The Present”


We are seeing in the festive season in a merry fashion this year as we invite the UK’s premier Hip-Hop DJ squad to join us for an exclusive 6 deck, 4 hour set which will display why The Extended Players are without a doubt the most rounded team of turntablists working at the moment.


THE EXTENDED PLAYERS:
DJ MK has been rocking the world both through the airwaves on his Kiss FM show and in person whether spinning for Roots Manuva, Dizzie Rascal or performing one of his slamming club sets for years now and is showing no signs of slowing so get ready.

Harry Love is a hidden hero of the UK scene that does not get half of the credit he deserves for his incredible productions and club rocking sets that have kept homegrown talent moving in the right direction. Tonight he will get his time in the spotlight in front of the fun loving On The Real crowd.

Mr Thing has won battles and rocked parties around the world with his welled studied style on the decks. A phenomenal DJ and producer it is in the club where he comes alive rocking dance-floors with an apparently effortless ease.

Spin Doctor is the driving force behind the phenomenal success of The Doctor's Orders and while not planning domination of the UK's party scene is most at ease behind a set of decks. Expect the perfect warm up to the night as Spin sets the scene.

On mic' duties as ever is the host with the most MC Prankster with his combination of Caribbean and American heritage combined with his London swagger there is nowhere to hide but the dance-floor with him hyping the party.