Cyantific and Prototypes

Monkee & Lickweed support Cyantific (UK) & The Prototypes (UK)

Inhibit Promotions & Hypnosis Recordings are proud to present two of the hottest touring acts in the world of dance music, as Drum & Bass takes over Melbourne’s SEVEN Nightclub.

Playing an integral role within the Melbourne nightlife community and boasting an impressive list of international acts such as Erykah Badu, Claude Von Stroke and Mark Ronson, March 22nd will mark the first time SEVEN has ever played host to a Drum & Bass themed night. And what better way to kick it off than with this double headlined line up featuring two of the scene’s most notorious acts…

CYANTIFIC (UK) [Hospital/RAM Records]

THE PROTOTYPES (UK) [Shogun Audio]

Saturday March 22nd @ SEVEN Nightclub Melbourne
Doors Open 10pm til late
Supported by
Monkee / Lickweed / Datura / J.Nitrous

$10 Early birds available until March 15th!



Formerly a duo and now just a one man band, fronted by Jon Stanley, Cyantific originally met at high school and was gathered up into the Hospital fold in summer 2002, after a tip off from High Contrast no less.
It was 2006 which saw the release of his debut LP “Ghetto Blaster;” an epic album of futuristic beats which won instant plaudits from both fans and critics alike and really marked Cyantific’s place in D+B history.
Recognised in March 2007 when Cyantific scooped the highly prized “Best Breakthrough DJ” award from BBC 1Xtra, it was apparent that Jon had some serious skills and since then he’s been on a mission to spread the gospel according to Cyantific far and wide.
Add to this, releases on Andy C’s RAM Records, his own imprint “Cyantific Music” and his extremely successful monthly radio show “Cyantific Radio,” Cyantific looks poised to unleash a plethora of bass laced audio, both new and old, mixed at a truly exceptional calibre, when he takes to the stage of Melbourne’s Seven Nightclub.


It needed to be a big release to follow up their huge anthem ‘Cascade’ but when the massive ‘Born to Rise EP’ dropped on Shogun in October 2011 it tore up the rule book on debut releases. Title track ‘Born to Rise’ smashed raves worldwide and received support from the who’s who of the bass music scene, and the anthemic 140 bpm old school rave mash up ‘Taking me over’ received massive play on BBC Radio 1 from the likes of Zane Lowe and Annie Nightingale, proving that there is more depth to these boys than meets the eye.
With all this going on its no surprise that remix work for The Prototypes came in the form of Snoop Dogg, Ed Sheeran, Avicii & Sebastien & Modestep… scoring them A-list play on no other than MTV’s famous dance channel ‘MTV Dance’.

Top DJ agency ‘Coda Music Agency’ moved for The Prototypes at the tail end of 2011 and with the well oiled machine of Shogun Audio behind them the future for this act is looking very bright.


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