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Roni Size Reprazent Weekender at Metropolis Studios

Jungle/drum and bass pioneer Roni Size will take up a two-day residency at the legendary Metropolis Studios this weekend.
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Drum & bass pioneer Roni Size will take up a two-day residency at the legendary Metropolis Studios this weekend.

On Friday 13 June, Live from Metropolis Studios will see Roni Size Reprazent perform a global exclusive of the act’s new album in Metropolis’ Studio A. The performance will be recorded live and released as a super limited edition, deluxe double vinyl.

On Saturday 14 June, In The Studio with...Roni Size will give fans the opportunity to join a production masterclass with Roni Size with a capacity of only 55 attendees. Size will give an in-depth interview and will also play a selection of his well-known anthems, followed by an audience Q&A.

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