Friday, December 14, 2007
Thursday, December 6, 2007
Wednesday, November 21, 2007
BLUR PT. DEUX
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
Alex B (Alex Broekhuizen) is from the North West of The Netherlands. After a lot of association in the Hardcore scene, including his own radio show ‘Hardbeatz’, along with DJ performances and graphic design, Alex became involved with The Third Movement and worked on Co-productions with several artists such as Promo and D-Passion. Alex officially joined The Third Movement in 2005. After a number of quality tracks on several releases such ‘Endless Combinations’ and ‘Bij Gebrek aan beter’ Alex’s party orientated hardcore often with humorous elements reflects well on his personality.
Petrochemical is a hardcore project from Norway. The first record came out in 2004 on Genosha Recordings. Their style is mainly darkcore and industrial, but there are no rules for these guys. They will make what they want. Allways has... allways will. ToXtoy (50% of Petrochemical) is the one representing Petrochemical in a DJ set and will serve a set with everything from Hardcore and Hard Techno (Schranz) to raw Industrial and Darkcore. He started DJ'ing in 1996, but because of his hard music style he didn't get many bookings in his motherland (that's right... there is no hardcore in Norway). Since 2002 he had bookings in Sweden, Belgium, Holland , Germany And finally The USA!!!!. http://www.myspace.com/petrochemical
GOLD INFERNO-FEATURING DJ POSS- JUMPSTYLE SET!!!!
ROB ANALYZE X VIRO- FLORIDA
BDR vs John Henry
Cik Vs Mayhem
Dutch Monk vs Trinidad
UCAN vs Solekid
NexOne VS CAP
Forsaken Is Dead
DFT vs Quentin
Rize Vs Starr
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Friday, November 9, 2007
HOUSE TRANCE TECHNO AND PSY TRANCE-CORY T- HOUSE / TRANCE-MASATO- ELECTRO HOUSE / TRANCE-2 PHAT PAT- HIP HOP / HOUSE -DJ DETALE TRANCE /HARD TRANCE-BIG DADDY RHINOX AND TRANCEDUCER (TAG) HARD HOUSE / TRANCE-JESSMAR- PROGRESSIVE HOUSE-TECHNO GANGSTARR- TECHNO-DJ DUFF - PSY TRANCE
DNB - HIP HOP - HAPPY CORE - AND BREAKS-FALCOTRONICK- DNB-DJ TARZAN W/ MC SHAWN HARRIS-DNB-DJ DISFUNKTION (PHOENIX) -BREAKS-WHITEBOI- DNB-COJAMI- HAPPY HADRCORE-DJ PIMPY -DNB-DJ FLOWCHART-DNB/BREAKS
MIND BLOWING VDJ PERFORMANCE -VISUALS by AAA POSSEPRO LIGHTS AND SOUND
Monday, October 15, 2007
Saturday, October 6, 2007
Friday, September 28, 2007
Sunday, September 16, 2007
Saturday, September 15, 2007
Saturday, September 1, 2007
Saturday, August 25, 2007
A lingerie themed Rave.
Quentin vs Boss (DnB vs. HHC)
Cik vs Cap
Starr & Rize
Sound by Flock and Rukkus
Monday, August 13, 2007
I ask if you all can be patient until I can fix the problems with my computer.
In the mean time, please visit the following sites for more information on upcoming events.
Friday, July 27, 2007
An amazing visual display from "The DirtySouth Ravers"
-FREE-D (DARK NOIS) 8:30 - 9:30
Saturday - July 28, 2007
Wax On Wax Off #2
Stage #1 - Elevated
Stage #2 - Mid-level
9-10 strawberry happy hardcore
9-10:30 free d vs. quentin
Sunday - July 29, 2007
DJ Chocolate Milk with MC Spoon aka Pac D and Steve Edwards and mc Redbird 9:00-10:00
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Terra vs. ESA
$5 cover ALL night
Coach and Willies
Yardway Sound Family
Thursday, July 19, 2007
UP Techno Saturdays at Homme Lounge
138 W. Camelback Road
This Saturday, JULY 21st, we are pleased to welcome, from Los Angeles…
(Droid Behavior, Droid Records -- Los Angeles)
The other founding half of Droid Behavior, Acid Circus is comprised of brothers Vangelis and Vidal Vargas.
In an industry where DJ's no longer dominate the action with pressed wax, live PAs have taken digital mixing to another level. No strangers to tweaking and freqing everything within ear shot, over the last 5 years the members of acid circus have constantly displayed the art of techno live performance. Dropping tracks, remixes, samples, mashups, left hooks, and techno grime in and out of the mix has become an ultimate trip in pure crowd reaction at LA undergrounds.
Listen to .mp3’s:
Rhythm Method - Studio Mix
Omniscient Records Party SF – live recording
Moxie Music SF – live recording
Acid Circus MySpace
Droid Behavior Website
Additional local talent will include:
Pablo Gomez and Joe Bear
Doors open at 9pm, 21+ admitted, drink specials from 9pm-midnight, dance 'til 2am.
Tuesday, July 17, 2007
A Visual Arts Showcase
FULL BAR for 21+
Admission: $10 before 10pm and $15 after
Featuring live, beat-driven video art by Phoenix based Visual Artists:
The art of VJ'ing is exploding all over the world and these talented individuals are leading the way for Arizonas Electronic Dance music scene. You see their visuals projected on almost every stage at the biggest events we have had, now see them in person and in full effect.
Also featuring the artwork of local Photographers, Grafitti, and Digital artists:
These highly talented artists and photographers have been documenting the scene and creating unique and vibrant works of art. Come and show your support for these individuals as they showcase their work!
Other multimedia art installations will also be present.
Audio Support to be provided by:
Yello vs Metatron
Extended sets featuring tech house, psytrance, techno, breaks, garage and more.
This Event is for ages 18+ and will be held at:
The Brickhouse Theatre (located at 1 East Jackson Street Phoenix, AZ.)
There will be food served along with many different drink specials.
ILLUMINATION: ART - MUSIC - CULTURE
Tuesday, July 10, 2007
This will be the 5th year anniversary for Remedy Productions.
OMAR SANTANA (New York, h2oh record)
East coast hardcore Legend returns to the Arizona party scene once again.
RHINOX vs Q DADDY
Lasers by Laser Wizardry, Visuals by AAA Posse, Intelligent lighting by LIT and Harmonic lights. Vendors will be on site for food, water, and glow toys.
This event will help to cover the costs of next year's Cupid's Revenge which will be very special.
There is much more to be announced, info line is 480.593.6245
This one is for you Eric, RIP
Monday, July 9, 2007
Special guest Navigator:Avalon
Lighting powered by Psyteknology
Friday, July 6, 2007
DJ Shine w/ MC Grem(TMC)
Michael Frost (Nightowl / PKP)
DJ Prime (Nightowl)
Mako n Boss
Lighting by NO-NRG
Wednesday, June 27, 2007
Mexican themed rave featuring The Nice Guys from San Francisco
Infoline = 602-325-1595
Rize & Starr
Quentin & Free-D
There will be mexican styled food by Wacky Weenies and Boba teas/drinks by Michelle of Manna Cafe
$15 w/ canned good (17 without) BEFORE 10pm
$20 w/ canned good (22 without) AFTER 10pm
$1 discount for wearing a sombrero or luchador mask
This event is all ages and will benefit St. Vincent de Paul
Raveos Rancheros will be located at "Jason's House" right across the street from the IceHouse.
Monday, June 25, 2007
Wednesday, June 20, 2007
This will be located at the IceHouse
429 w. Jackson st
Featuring the talents of -
DJ RAP -Charissa Saverio (also known as DJ Rap, born 1969) is a British drum and bass disc jockey. While the majority of her work is in the jungle style, her more popular work is in traditional electronic music. Her most well-known CD, Learning Curve, was released in 1999 to critical acclaim and resulted in several highly stylized music videos, including 2 versions of "Good To Be Alive" (one for the CD version and another for the rarer radio remix) and "Bad Girl," a song about having to be a strong woman to survive in today's world. Since Learning Curve, Saverio has focused more on DJ set CDs, including Touching Bass, a 2-CD set with drum and bass and breaks tracks. She is planning on a follow-up in 2007, this time with drum and bass and house tracks. DJ Rap has also done vocals for several artists, including BT (for Giving Up The Ghost, Believer) and Art of Trance (for Madagascar - Domi Nation Remix).
(Biography taken from Wikipedia.com)
COLETTE - DJ Colette is one of the first DJs to add her vocals to the record she spins, inspiring a new category of performance in the electronic world. As countless others begin to sing and spin, many can still not compare to the vocal/turntable sessions Colette delivers. How many singing DJs combine up-close observation of the legendary Derrick Carter and Mark Farina dating back to Chicago in the late Eighties with formal operatic training from the ages of nine to eighteen? Probably not many. In fact, there may not be any DJ today who can match the impressive pedigree of former music teacher turned mix-master DJ Colette.
(Biography taken from thedjlist.com)
MISS FLOWER (TraxTorm, ThirdMovement) - First Arizona Appearance out of Switzerland - At the age of 14 years, Miss Flower visited her first Rave and had fallen in love with electronic music immediately. She frequently went to parties and by the age of 15, she decided to mix her own sound at the turntables. After a couple weeks of practice, she gave an original promotion tape to the organisator of Biella Factory, who invited the young talented lady for a gig.
(Biography taken from www.missflower.ch)
NAHA (GreyLife) - In her ten years behind the decks, NAHA has crafted her mixing style and technique which is as diverse as the genres she spins, including techno, breakbeats, digital hardcore, hip-hop, and jungle. She has found an amalgamation of these sounds in her specialty, breakcore. She has played all across the U.S., including Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Montana, Oklahoma, Florida, New York, New Mexico, Arizona, Washington D.C., and multiple cities in Canada. In Seattle she has held dozens of residencies, hosted on air and online radio shows and performed with bands Exorcismo and Black Pill Book. Her 3-hour weekly internet radio broadcast on Groovetech.com ran every week from December 1998 through 2003.
(Biography taken from www.djnaha.com)
Other female talents will include:
Madame Filth - Las Vegas
Diosa - Miss Jag - DJ Ness - Coda - Melotronix - DJ Strawberry - Sonique Des Fluers - Miss Vibe - Carmen Vega - Selectress - and with a special Hardcore set by Cytheria
Chicks with Dicks stage will include:
Diva Miss X - DMX
Christina James - CIK James Vs. Koreina - Kore
Ms. Pussy - POSS Vs. May Bright - Mayhem
Pac Delight - PAC D
Disco Jane - Substation
Matilda Harris - Matthew Harris
Lil' Miss Starrshine - Starr Vs. Sindy Sexxx - Sixxx
Condalisa Rize - Rize
LIVE GO GO DANCING BY THE EVENTVIBE GIRLS
WITH A SPECIAL AERIAL PERFORMANCE BY MATTY
PRE-SALE TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE FOR $20; $25 @ THE DOOR BEFORE 12AM; $30 AFTER
Tuesday, June 5, 2007
$15 @ The Door
Info line: 1.877.HACK.ME1
This party will feature the local talents of:
09:00-10:30 Silent Assassin
11:30-12:30 Jeremy Charles
02:00-03:30 Boss vs Mako
03:30-04:30 Liinx Vs Sublime
This event will be held at:
2140 N. Arizona Avenue
Chandler, AZ 85224
There will be movies playing all night long including a special performance of "Rocky Horror Picture Show" which will cost an extra $2.00 to view.
Movies that will be playing during this event will include the following:300, Firehouse Dog, Meet The Robinsons, Grindhouse, Perfect Stranger, Shooter, TMNT, Are We Done Yet?, Ghost Rider, Premonition, The Last Mimzy, Wild Hogs
*Movies are subject to change depending on the theater
Saturday, June 2, 2007
Pokemon 4 - Team Rocket!
This is a great chance for all new DJs/VJs to show the Arizona rave scene that they got.
Featuring the new talents of:
Justin Welsh - Trance
SID - Hard House
Hell Tour Guide - Hardcore
Mateo - Trance
Spear - Hard Style
Masato - Electro House & House
Tic:Toc - Breakbeat
Cosmos - Trance
Blakeland - Happy Hardcore
Grem - Happy Hardcore
7G - Tucson VJ
Cost will be $10 bucks all night.
Tuesday, May 29, 2007
Myst Nightclub will be featuring:
John "00" Fleming
A DJ career spanning more than 20 years from the ripe old age of 15 has afforded John 00 the sort of experience that most other DJs can only dream of. Never afraid to push the boundaries in the projects that he turns his hand to, he is the owner of the hugely successful J00F recordings and hosts his own radio show on Ministry of Sound/DI.FM, the highly popular Global Trance Grooves. A musical taste that transcends genres and his determination to seek out fresh, new, exciting music has resulted in John playing in almost every corner of the world and selling over 1 million CD compilations in his career. John’s work has been recognized over the years with rankings in various charts inc. Tranceaddict and DJ magazine. Importantly he’s rewarded by the rock solid support he gets from his dedicated fan base that follow him around the World and who put the gold discs on his wall. This priceless support is something that can’t be bought and has been earned by the hard work and dedication put in by John. He simply has a love and passion for what he does. A true legend.
(Biography taken from http://www.john00fleming.com/john_00_fleming_country_page.html)
Tuesday, May 22, 2007
The techno line-up was top notch. The main stage was on fire as soon as Amnesia opened until the last song was played out by Harmonious. Lenny D and Chris Liberator played some of the best sets I have heard at a party in a long time. There was so much energy in the crowd upstairs even due to the fact it was a little hot. The promoters had several fans running throughout the night to keep people cooled off.
Tuesday, May 15, 2007
Thursday, May 10, 2007
After being blown away by some of his recent productions, John Askew has signed up Sean Tyas to join the existing Discover ranks. His first outing on the label will come in the form of a kicking remix he has done of Aled Mann’s “Cold Fusion” which will then set the standard for his first Discover single “Lift” which is sure to be another classic release for the label.
Sean Tyas, a New York native and part of BasslineNYC (http://www.basslinenyc.com/), now residing in Switzerland, brings to the dancefloor a mix of melodic harmony and driving groove that is sure to be just as effective on the legs as it is on the heart. He got his start in 1999 with his first set of Tech-12s and started to learn how to mix music. But for him, this was not enough. In the coming couple of years, he put together a studio and began producing records as well. By the age of twenty six, he has already remixed artists such as Christina Aguilera, Pink, Moby, Daniel Bedingfield, Christina Milian, and PPK. During this time he got his start into professional DJing with clubs in NYC such as Shelter and Exit. Moving to Europe proved to be a great move for Sean, doing all production for DJ Beam in Germany and building his experience as a studio producer. Eventually Sean decided to step away, concentrated much more on his own productions and remixes. "Mirella" was the product of this exodus, as it was promptly signed to Afterglow Recordings, seeing John Askew and Dave Joy remixes. This led to a follow-up remix of Duderstadt - Muhanjala, which has seen almost every playlist of any trance DJ this year, including Armin van Buuren and Paul van Dyk. Despite the departure from Germany to Switzerland, Sean maintained relations with Beam, and the remix of Beam - "On your Mind" proved to be another HUGE club smash. Canned CONSTANTLY by the likes of Paul van Dyk, John O'Callaghan, & Armin van Buuren, this remix essentially locked Sean in as one of 2006's more endeared talents in the genre. The hype on his up-coming Discover single "Lift", has just been even more amplified by Sean's winning of the Sander van Doorn - Punk'd Remix Competition, beating out over 250 other remixes. In 2006, Sean has hit the ground at a running pace, and by now he has already played in many international locales, such as Norway, Finland, Sweden, Turkey, England, Ireland, Scotland, Poland, Indonesia, Switzerland, Canada, Germany, Italy, and of course America. As 2007 rolls on, dates are already confirmed for South Africa & Australia.
Danny the Wild Child(Q101 FM/Strictly Hype/Surge Recordings, Chicago) - Danny the Wild Child aka Daniel Garcia was born on the South side of Chicago in 1977. The brother of a once aspiring DJ, he keenly watched and quickly learned the tricks of the trade. Danny began djing at age nine soon surpassing his brother's abilities and eventually inherited his equipment and records. At twelve, Danny entered a Chicago area contest for young DJ's and won. He took home that fifty-dollar prize and was called "The Wildchild" from that day forward. Although Danny's roots were as a Hip-Hop DJ, he was eventually introduced into the Chicago Rave scene and to the world of drum-n-bass. He enjoyed this new form of music, but also loved hip-hop and began to creatively blend the two genres creating a unique sound of his own. As Danny's turntable talents grew, he began to incorporate scratching and DMC style battle tricks into his Drum-n-Bass sets. His precise mixing skills and unique style and sound gave him the opportunity to bring Drum-n-Bass into the DMC and Hip-Hop scenes. Danny's recognition has earned him a collection of praises from domestic and international magazines such as Mixer, Thousand Words, Faqt, and Lotus to name just a few. Danny was also featured as one of the people making waves in the scene in Urb's Next 100 Artists to Watch Issue. Today Danny has become one of the most valued U.S. Drum-n-Bass DJ's. His unique blends of jungle and Hip-Hop beats and amazing scratching and beat juggling have proved to be show stopping. His talents have brought him to perform in venues worldwide and opening up for such acts as Eminem, Method Man, The Jungle Brothers, De La Soul, Moby, Goldie, MixMaster Mike, and The Pharcyde. Danny also toured extensively throughout Europe with DJ Q-Bert in 2002. Although most weekends he is on the road, he still has time to host the 12midnight slot on Chicago's Alternative Radio station Q101 FM. In March, the Wildchild released a follow-up to his 1999 12" release on Bad Boy Bill's Canvas label. His first effort at mix CD culminated in the release of "Danny The Wildchild: Booked" (March 2001). The Wildchild's was the first in a series of "Booked" CD's from Chicago's Strictly Hype Recordings. This was followed by the successful release of his latest CD in 2002 on Surge Recordings entitled "Fully Sorted".
Dave Berg(Dmi Music/Lowphat/Florida) - Producing tunes along side with Jackal & Hyde - After picking up his first pair of decks over 15 years ago, Dave Berg knew that this was his calling. The rest as they say is history in the making. Dave is the founder of the worlds first exclusive Break Beat Distributor, DBI Music standing for Dave Berg International that started back in October 2001. DBI Music leads the industry in quality breaks and is the premiere one stop for all of the vinyl retail stores across the globe. Soon to follow he launched his Record Label, Low Phat Recordings that featured Dave's Debut release co produced with Jackal & Hyde titled "Don't Stop". He has also licensed out 2 mixed CDs titled Music Is Music & Further and is currently working on a new mix for the new year. Low Phat is currently on its 15th vinyl release and has had major break beat artists featured on it from the likes of Aquasky, Backdraft, SCAM, Krafty Kuts, Deepcut, Terminalhead, Burufunk & Infiniti. Dave still runs DBI Music & Low Phat Recordings and looks forward to what the future has to offer him!!
Pete Smalls(Phoenix) - Pete has been a writer/producer of electronic dance music for over 20 years and a DJ for over 15. Since working with the Bassbin Twins in 1993, Pete has gone on to produce tracks for artists such as Jennifer Lopez; remix tracks for major labels, including Maverick and Warner Brothers; and produce music for all aspects of film and TV. Though Pete spends much of his time living the anonymous studio life, nothing replaces the energy of a live show– and when he hits the booth, he doesn't disappoint. He's been filling dance floors across the globe (Dublin, Paris, Stuttgart, Sydney, Hong Kong, and throughout the U.S.) with his unique sets. Not wanting to be "locked in" to a particular genre, Pete shares his belief that there are solid tracks throughout the dance music genres by playing "Tour de Genre" sets, taking dancers through a variety of styles and BPMs. His mixes are NOT generic club music but fresh, grooving, underground tracks mixed into a flowing journey. Perhaps he’ll take you from House to Trance, or Tribal to Deep House, or Tech House to Progressive, and usually with plenty of Electro and Breaks sprinkled throughout. He plays tracks to match the venue and crowd.
With local support from: