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Slice N Dice, Slop Rock, Bass Kartel, Brett J, Benibee
During 2010, there was something really crazy happening in Melbourne. So I had to hunt down what was creating so much fuss and see it for myself. After witnessing Slice N Dice live at a Melbourne club event in December I said in a review â€œâ€¦Melbourneâ€™s new mysterious duo, Slice â€˜nâ€™ Dice, created the strongest impression of the night while absolutely killing it and sending the crowd into a massive frenzy. These guys, known for wearing differently designed masks at every gig to hide their identity, hit the 2000â€™s and were being admired like rock gods" (Clubsguide.com.au).
I stand by my statement months later!
Only by experiencing the actual atmosphere of a Slice N Dice show will you ever really know who these crazy, energetic and mysterious guys are.
Ever since the world set eyes on Slice N Dice, there has been nothing but conspiracy and curiosity. Until this very day, only Slice N Dice know who they really are and even with huge support from artists such as Lorenzo D'Ianni, Ryan Riback, Bombs Away, Nick Coleman and more, there is still nothing but wonder.
These two Melbourne originated DJ/producers can hide their identity forever and will still be nothing short of the latest craze in the underground dance music scene. Slice N Dice add their own infamous twists and flavours to every tune which leaks over to every dance floor across Melbourne clubs.
Their first original Robots like to Have Sex has been creating hyped feedback and is certainly taking Melbourne not just by storm, but any other natural disaster (beautiful disaster in this case) you can possibly think of.
Miraculously, in such a short time since they debuted in October 2010, the guys have already gained huge international recognition in areas around the USA, Romania, Germany and France. Itâ€™ll be no surprise when eventually they will be taking over the entire world.
We will forever wonderâ€¦ who are the men behind the masks?