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Sasha - "SparkyLives" (FREE download)

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From: DJ Sasha
Sent: Thu, 24 June, 2010 19:00:33
Subject: 'SPARKYLIVES' FREE DOWNLOAD

'SPARKYLIVES' FREE DOWNLOAD AHEAD OF EPIC GLASTONBURY V_RTEK SHOW


Back in 2008 there was one burning question "Who Killed Sparky?" It was an unresolved case to which only one man had the answer. Now all is revealed and Sasha has announced that "SparkyLives".

"SparkyLives" is a brand new track by Sasha that he's giving it away FREE via his website djsasha.com. In just one click you'll instantly own the V_rtek Mix, which has been worked especially for Sasha's show at Glastonbury this Friday night.

The V_rtek show has been meticulously produced by Sasha and visual artists, Picnic Electronic (Alexis, Baillat & Fils] and Immersive (formerly the Pixel Addicts), and is a huge LED masterpiece that syncs with every intricate sound in Sasha's set. He wanted to create a unique and totally spellbinding visual and sonic assault on the senses and has been developing this show over the last 8 months. The first of these shows was unveiled at Big Day Out in Australia earlier this year and can be seen here

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However those at Glastonbury on Friday will witness a much bigger, more expanded and more visually and sonically intricate show which has now been named the V_rtek Show.

This amazing show can be seen at The Glade stage on Friday night at Glastonbury Festival from 22:30 till 00:30. You'll get to hear some new tracks by Sasha, plus some of his special re-workings of some old festival favourites. It promises to be a show you wont forget. Don't miss!
 

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