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By SUSANNA BOLLE  |  October 23, 2007

“Joe Nice definitely gets the dubplates from all the biggest labels and producers, stuff that may never get released,” D’Aloisio points out. “We have him coming on Halloween, which is going to be enormous. He’s told us that he has a special bag of tricks that he’s going to unleash, so we’re really excited. It will be fun just see what he has to offer and see if the crowd really digs it. Because if you don’t know what dubstep is like, coming out and seeing Joe Nice is going to show you exactly what dubstep is. I mean, I’m afraid for the sound system.”

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