Luke Southam; Souren Rassam
- to provide a platform for lovers of rave culture and drum and bass music to meet likeminded individuals and form friendships, ensuring that enthusiasts - especially first year's and international students - don't find themselves struggling to group with others, helping them settle in at university;
- to hold events organised by the students for students featuring drum & bass music, which many have mentioned Colchester town and campus events are lacking - and work alongside venues both on campus and in town to create regular drum & bass nights showcasing student talent DJs and MCs, and also bringing both up-and-coming and high-end DJs to perform in Colchester;
- to organise group trips to bigger out-of-town events, allowing students to experience world-class clubs and festivals such as Fabric, XOYO, Egg and the O2 arena showcasing talents such as Chase & Status, Dimension and Wilkinson, which many students would not otherwise have a group to attend such events with;
- to organise trips to festivals abroad, such as Rampage and Let it Roll, in Belgium and the Czech Republic.
- to unite our members through a series of initial ice-breakers and socials to familiarise them with their fellow members and settle them into the crowd, after which socials will be held on a less frequent but regular basis in order to maintain the group spirit and tranition new sign-ups into the society;
- to organise venues and acts to facilitate events featuring drum & bass music (and we are already in contact with several professional and semi-professional DJs who are interested in performing for or in collaboration with the society, either in return for payment or further exposure, and have also contacted bars in town such as Yates that are interested in creating a regular slot for the society at their venues, although we will also work with on-campus venues such as Base and Sub-Zero;
- to make transport to events cheaper for members by hiring coaches and pre-paying for tickets, and also by contacting club promoters and inquiring about cheaper group tickets, which will make attending these events and festivals more affordable for students from all income ranges.