Monster DNA Launch Cape TownMonster (NOT THE COOL DRINK) the head phone brand that was responsible for designing the sound for Beats by Dr Dre is launching their brand new headphone range at Fiction this weekend. I encountered the Monster brand when I entered their competition to win slick headphones at the CTEMF this year. I haven’t heard back from them so I guess I’m not the winner *sniff sniff* 😉

The Monster headphones looked cool because they had a slick, cut diamond type design in various colours – the ones I saw were coal (for boys) and rainbow-crystal like (for girls) but apparently there are 4 different colours that can be customised to what your taste. This weekend sees them launch their new range MONSTER DNA in Cape Town.

Because great sound is Monster’s life ambition they will be featuring international house producer and DJ Alex Niggemann (Germany). The 29 year old’s passion for house music started when he was 15 years old and soon begun to produce his own tunes that were released under more established artists’ labels such as Audiofly, Nick Curly, Soulfooled, Poker Flat Recordings. I’d say his music is definitely more on the deep house side than techno side of house. FYI.


The local contingent includes:

  • Richard Marshall
  • Vanessa Holliday
  • Floyd Lavine
  • Diggin4Dodge
  • Ryan Sullivan

Who: Your face and your friend’s face
Where: Fiction, 226 Long Street
When: Friday, March 23rd 2013 – doors open 9pm.
Why: Launch of Monster DNA head phones brand
What: Night filled with house music from international artist Alex Niggemann and locals alike. R60 at the door, R55 on Webtickets or win with BCTCblog!


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