Who is the best Party Rock DJ in the World? Red Bull Thre3Style World Finals in Chicago Sept. 24 – 29 will determine who holds this title. Eighteen DJs from around the world will descend upon the Windy City to battle in the world’s premier DJ competition. ?uestlove, Z-Trip , Jazzy Jeff, and Gaslamp Killer are among the list of headliners and judges who will perform and preside over the weeklong event series. A city immersed in musical legend, where masters of blues, house, rock, jazz and hip-hop have tred, Chicago offers the perfect backdrop for the world’s foremost party rockin’ DJ competition.
To earn a spot in the World Finals, hundreds of DJs from around the globe battled it out in regional and national qualifiers. At each stage the …
Before he moved to San Francisco and started his world-famous Dirtybird crew, Claude Von Stroke was just another kid from Detroit, discovering the city’s techno roots at raves around the city, and at the earliest DEMF techno festivals. Now, Von Stroke has now the played the fest himself and telling us who has him excited on the line-up in 2011.
Promoters Paxahau have announced more talent has been added to the 2011 Detroit Movement Festival, including the first ever live performance by Carl Craig under his 69 guise. Though not as well known as Craig’s work under his own name, as well as Paperclip People and Innerzone Orchestra, many of the techno legend’s most infamouse tracks were recorded under the 69 name.
It didn’t take an astrologist to discover this 12th Planet; Los Angeles born and raised John Dadzie aka 12th Planet has put in serious work this year, easily identified as one of America’s brightest shining dubstep dons on the scene. Currently on tour with Gaslamp Killer and Daedelus, 12th Planet has been melting faces both locally and globally, performing at almost every major US dance event this year, including Electric Daisy Carnival, Hard, Coachella, Nocturnal Wonderland and Winter Music Conference, while also headlining gigs in Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Quite the celebration/release show for “weareallgoingtoburninhellmegamixxx3″. I’ve seen EL-P do a live show a handful of times before, but never a straight beat set. At Cage and Yak Ballz’s El-Rey show last year he was on hand to watch the emcee’s like everyone else, this time was something completely different.
Low End Theory has been a staple of the Los Angeles night life for years. Technically nestled in the Lincoln Park neighborhood a few blocks north east of downtown, it’s dirt cheap compared to, well everything else in Los Angeles. Other than the cost of waiting in line, that is if you happen to get there late.