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Marble Productions Presents:


July 14th 2007

Car Awards:
Judged by the NCCA
Worth 2x Points!
(1st-3rd place)

-2 door mild

-2 door wild

-4 door mild

-4 door wild





-Stereo Install


(Car awards 1st place only)

-Best of Show

-Best Scion (sponsored by Scion)

-Best Toyota (sponsored by Toyota)

-Best Euro

-Best Exotic

-Best Domestic

-Best Japanese Import

-Best Old School

-Best Female Ride

-Largest Club Showing

-Club with best rides overall

Truck/ SUV
(1st-3rd place)

-Stereo Install






(1st place only)-----------------

-Best of Show

-Best Mini Truck

-Largest Club Showing

-Club with the best rides overall

Sport Bikes:
(1st-3rd place)

-Performance Modifications

-Cosmetic Modifications


(1st place only)------------------

-Best of Show

-Largest Club Showing

-Club with the best bikes overall

DB Drags:----------------------------------
(1st-3rd place)


-Super Street



Awards Hosted by:

*MC Sake1
ABS/ V2 Events
Spokane, WA

*Faust and Shortee
At Large/
Los Angeles, CA
(3 hour 2x4 set!!!!!!!)
Faust and Shortee?s career has been a series of firsts. Each of their debut albums set musical benchmarks ?Faust?s "Man or Myth" was the first solo turntablist album, and Shortee?s "The Dreamer" was the first solo album by a female DJ/producer. Joining forces with the world-famous DJ Craze, they concocted the "Fathomless EP", releasing the first ever all-turntable/scratching drum & bass tracks. Even before they broke new ground with their releases, both were blazing trails in clubs spinning hardhouse, techno & hip-hop shows bringing their uncanny chemistry and raw musical talent to dance floors all over the world. In 1997 Shortee became the first & only female ?Fever/ Buzz Battle Of The DJs? champion, winning the US's largest Techno, House, Drum & Bass DJ/mixing competition once held at Nation (Buzz) in Washington, DC.
In 2001, they became the first married turntablist tandem, making their two-into-one approach not just a musical philosophy, but also a true way of life. When they combine their efforts, they bring out the best in each other. Witness their latest albums, Digital Soul and Satisfaction Guaranteed, both produced by the pair working together. Hard, funky drums, soulful basslines, and meticulously composed instrumentation abound, helping these albums bridge the gap between mood music and pure dancefloor pyrotechnics. Together they have release singles, remixes, countless mix cds & appeared solo & jointly on numerous compilations ("Urban Revolutions", "Return of the DJ 3", "DJ Girl", "Revenge of the B-Boy", "XIII Soundtrack", "Scratch Movie Soundtrack", "Tino Breaks Vol 1 & 2", "Bomb Anniversary Collection 1991-2001", "CMJ Compilation", "Deep Concentration 3", "Contents Under Pressure", etc?)
Their tracks have been used in breakdance videos such as Redbull's "Lords of the Floor 2001", Tribal Gear's "Break Boys II" & their music has aired worldwide on networks such as MTV, NBC, CNN & ESPN with features like the X-Games, Tony Hawk?s Skate Park Tour, Hip-Hop Nation, Headline News & the esteemed World Cup 2002. Their song "Drumcircle" (Digital Soul) is the official theme song for "MTV SPORTS UNLIMITED AXXESS" & the duo's solo & joint albums have earned them critical acclaim in major publications like Muzik, Spin, URB, Remix, Rolling Stone, XLR8R, DJ Times & more.
Both were featured in the critically acclaimed documentary ?Scratch? as notable innovators alongside Jazzy Jay, Jurassic 5, Dilated Peoples, Z-Trip, Grand Wizard Theodore, Q-Bert, Mixmaster Mike etc. Scratch airs regularly on HBO, VH1, Cinimax, Encore, NBC, Sundance, Showtime etc. Shortee has appeared in "Spinsters" (Jane Walker & Jackie Pelle) & is a main focus in the upcoming female hip-hop Dj documentary "Mistress X" (Sowa Entertainment/The Manhattan Project) as well as various other upcoming female DJ documentaries including "Girl" (3 Day Dog Films) & "Vinyl is a Girl's Best Friend" (Irish Rose Films). Both Faust & Shortee have made media appearances on TV shows such as NBC's National TV Show "Hip Hop Nation", CNN's "Headline News" & CNN Inflight's "Showbiz This Month".
Shortee has been recognized as one of Urb's Next 100 Artists (2001) & is poised as the official tour DJ for the Playboy 50th Anniversary Tour, scratch diva for the high profile annual Playboy Superbowl parties (2003 & 2004), & The Playboy Mansion. She's also toured for other coorperate giants such as Coca-Cola/Sprite, Frito Lay/Doritos, & Simon Malls. Not to be outdone, Faust has been ranked as one of the top 5 turntablists in the world by Spin Magazine & opened stadiums for huge rock bands like The Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Faust & Shortee have still managed to drop numerous mix CDs & mixtapes including the "Urban Assult" series (Drum & Bass) "Hip Hip Mega Mix" series (Hip Hop/Breaks/Funk/Soul) , "Methods of Motion" & "Dream Theory" series (Hard House & Techno) & their Final Scratch mix "The XIII Soundtrack" for for Ubi Soft's video game "XIII" which features original tracks by their very own Future Primitive Sound Collective. Shortee's solo mix CDs include "Teknical Knockout" (Drum n Bass), "Playboy 50th Anniversary Tour Mix" series (Vol. 01 - Hip Hop, Funk, Soul, breaks & House / Vol. 02 - Progressive House / Vol. 03 - Mainstream Hip Hop) which follow her earlier release "Casa de Playboy" (Latin House) from the Playboy Superbowl party 2003. Faust has collaborated with fellow Citizenz crewmember, DJ Enki, and togther they recently released "Cause & Effect" (Hip Hop, Funk, Soul & Rare Breaks).
Shortee has released a much-needed DJ instructional video/DVD series (& the 1st to be released by a female DJ) which include, "Shortee's DJ 101" (2000/02) and "Shortee's DJ 202" (2005) in which she walks begginner & intermediate level DJs through all the basics, from setting up the equipment to mixing, scratching & beatjuggling skills, lessons in new technology & turntable repair to what to expect as a travelling DJ. She features turntable & MC visionaries like Faust, Craze, Q-Bert, Babu, Disk, Flare, Danny The Wildchild, Phantom 45, MC Armanni and more! A majority of the soundtrack in both DVDs are comprised of Faust & Shortee's original music. In addition to the success of her DVD series & teaching skills, Faust & Shortee are professors at The Scratch DJ Academy founded by RUN DMC's Jam Master Jay. Both are currently teaching courses & private lessons which at the Los Angeles branch, New York's new west coast school.
Back in the studio, Faust and Shortee created neck-snapping remixes for the critically acclaimed breakbeat gurus Tino Corp. (Jack Dangers & Ben Stokes of Meat Beat Manifesto) and have been doing work with MC Supastition. Both are currently hard at work producing crushing stateside Drum & Bass for "Urban Assault" , the duo's DnB DJ/production team.
In addition to Urban Assault DnB, the duo joined forces with jungle phenomena Danny the Wildchild to create a whole new monster of rhythm: The Bomb Tour - three world-class DJs; six turntables; the best in hip-hop, breaks, and drum n? bass; plenty of scratching; and a show that has left dance-happy b-kids nationwide begging for more. As far as crews go, Faust & Shortee are also a long-time members of the world-reknowned Future Primitive Sound Collective (along with Faust, Cut Chemist, Dj Shadow, Shortcut, Jack Dangers, Disk & Buckethead (Primus), Tino Corp, DJ Design, Zeph, Space Travelers, Z-Trip, Devious Doze & more). A co-founder of both the original turntablist crew Third World Citizens (Faust, Shortee, Craze, Shotgun, King James, & T-rock) now simply: The Citizenz (Faust, Shortee, Enki) as well as her electronic-oriented crew: Space Kadets Collective (Faust, Motomasa, Eve, Kri & Usul). Recently Shortee has also been performing shows with fellow female turntablist, DJ Annalyze, under the team name Twice as Nice featuring Drum n Bass, Breaks & turntablist showcases on 4 turntables.

The Venue:

Silverwood has been dishing out the thrills for nearly 20 years. In fact, you may have even seen some of the wide-eyed, outta breath, hair-all-messed up people who just got their fill of Tremors ? the biggest, fastest roller coaster in the Northwest. To feast on chills, however, you simply walk next door to Boulder Beach. With 12 acres of cool, wet fun, you?re sure to find the chill you?re looking for.
Thrills at Silverwood come in all shapes and sizes. For huge appetites, three big-time roller coasters, including two world-renowned wooden coasters, are sure to satisfy. Tremors, the granddaddy of ?em all, is a 60-mile per hour slingshot that drops you 103 screamin? feet into a pitch black tunnel of terror. Speaking of terror, Timber Terror is Tremors? slightly smaller but equally twisted cousin, and the aptly named corkscrew will turn your world upside down ? not once, but twice. Before your visit to Silverwood ends, be sure to experience the newest ride for 2006, Panic Plunge, a 140 foot tall drop tower.

More info on the venue at:
Register your car at:

$30 Pre-registration
$35 Day of Event
Sport Bikes:
$15 Pre-registration
$20 Day of Show
DB Drags:
Discounted tickets avialable for friends and family at registration desk day of event.
General admission to park including car show is: $38.15 plus tax
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DJ lineup:

*DJ Tina T
Los Angles, CA

House Wreakin
Seattle, WA

*Sonny Chiba VS Pooka & Palmer
(2 Hour Breaks Set)
Beat Affinity/ Webbwerx- Seattle, WA
Good Beat/ Emu Productions/ Urban-Breaks- Seattle, WA

*Swank VS Jizosh VS Charlie B
(Special 2 hour house set by UHF)
UHF/ Sundazed/ Jack Seven
Seattle, WA
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*Jimni Cricket
Funshine/ Webbwerx
Seattle, WA

*J Sharp VS Kris G (tag set)
Mnemonic Beats/ Urban Breaks- Seattle, WA
Marble Productions- Boise, ID

Marble Productions/ Armed and Dangerous
Spokane, WA

*Stitch Jones VS Valis
Marble Productions
Keif Science
Spokane, WA

*Darin Bass
No Sleep Records
Coeur D'Alene, ID

*Slow Dancing Society
Hidden Shoal Recordings/ Marble Productions
Spokane, WA

*Terrance Niles
Spokane, WA

Spokane, WA
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So let me get this straight......its cheaper to enter your car in the show, than it is to park outside and walk in the front doors????
thats the way it should be. no cars, no show. it should be free to enter.
Wait a second, I have met the promoter and half these dj's, neat.
It's not like a rave at all. Everything is outside in a big grassy area. This was actually one of the funnest shows I have ever done. Leave your car on the grass and you get to go play in the waterpark or have fun on the rides all day . . . SOLD! Last year it was over 100 degrees over there!

plus JR has a pretty good chance of winning hottest female owned car.
Well my car should actually be done in time for this... too bad I have to do the ANG thing that weekend, grrr.

Want to help promote?
Send me your address and we will send you a stck or fliers for the event.
[email protected]
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If you enter a car you get the driver and a guest into the theme and water park free, so it is much cheaper to enter a car.


While there is techno playing its not a rave. Having mostly electronic music goes over better with a crowd that includes families then rap for 8+ hours.

Cars are the draw but we do have to charge since these events have very high overheads.

If anyone has questions about the event please E-mail me:
[email protected]

I will also mention that this is now an NCCA sanctioned event for all cars in the show. If you would like to see how they judge or get more info on the NCCA check out theor site:
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Thanks for stopping by Marble.

This is a very fun show. One of the nice parts is the family acceptable atmosphere. Vast variaty of things to do. and of course the many beautiful cars and women.

This is not an import only show. About every variety of vehicles has graced this show.

I havent talked to anybody that has been to the show that doesnt want to go back.
Jason, shoudn't you be in the 350Z forums?

Btw: It's Chris, Jenn's (Miss Texas) ex.

Yeah I had to check out the thread, thanks for posting info!
We have a lot of cars already pre-registered from Vipers to Lotus's, Honda's to BMW's if you like cars we would like you to show=)


Yeah Im on those forums too LOL

Had Jenn doing DJ pickups for me at Bubble Bobble-2 last month=p
I'll be there all weekend if anyone else is interested in going to one of the NW premier EVENTS.

WATER, WOMEN, MUSIC an CARS. Cant beat that.
When are you driving over Zane?

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