Posts from the ‘dance’ Category
It’s that time again for us to entertain y’all with another FLY party after the BEST EVENT IN LA!!!! By far Ciclavia is the best thing to hit LA and we are blessed to have a chance to make y’all dance. The line up is as such:
This time we are raffling two bikes, Yes Two bikes courtesy of State Bikes North Hollywood https://www.facebook.com/statebicyclecoLA.
Tickets will be sold on the corner on Central & 1st next to our bike repair station offered from State Bikes.
Raffle ticket are $5 apiece but you can get 5 tickets for $20.
Raffles will be held at 5pm & 6pm inside Senior Fish. You can get raffle tickets inside the party as well, right up to 6pm.
We’re also raffling two bike book shelves, it only make since when you see your bike hanging from a wall next to you collection of great reading material. http://theknifeandsaw.com/KSItemDetail.php?PC=Y&II=2
Come out and experience the Party of the year. Followed by Bodega from 6:30 to close.
I will be playing a quick trap set at Camp Trill this Friday at 10 pm sharp. If you miss me at Camp Trill you can see me later that night at Los Globos.
Click the flyer for more info.
Perry Mason and I teamed up to DJ at Ag Lago’s Sunset Disfunction house party. Brave Booties packed a small poorly ventilated room and danced to house and moombahton. We started a little bit after 1 am and didn’t stop until after 4. Thanks to everybody that helped organize the party. Thanks Perry. And a special thank you to everyone that danced.
Dillon Francis, Munchi, and Nadastrom (Dave Nada and Matt Nordstrom) all threw down great moombahton heavy sets at the Mad Decent Block Party in Downtown LA. The crowd was over capacity. The beer garden was hardly full. The porta potties were disgusting. It was a blast.
Thanks to all the people that threw the festival.
I don’t really like Art Walk. It’s crowded, most of the art sucks, that baby was killed last month by a licenseless driver who wasn’t charged, there are cops everywhere, and right after the cops leave (to their homes outside of downtown), the bars close, and all sorts of men and women get in fights in the streets. Anyway, I had a good time sticking around Six Hundred (600 Spring St.) listening to DJ Higher.
When I saw on facebook that Ag Lag was having a party on my birthday I got stoked because I wanted to DJ my own birthday. I asked, and even though none of them had heard me play before, they said yes. I don’t own any equipment or anything, so I asked Alaska if he could bring his set-up and I could ask Ag Lago if he could DJ too. Of course Ag Lago was down. I knew everything would come together last second and kick ass and it did. Instead of Alaska’s set up, Jon brought his bigger Native Instruments S4 controller and a crazy iPad controlled light set up (and he played a kick ass set, yeah lots of shit kicked ass that night). The only other time I had Djed in front of people was spontaneously at FISHMOUND, but this Ag Lago party felt like my real first time.
Thanks Jon, Alaska, Daniel, and Newark for your musical support.
Over & Over photos here.
Over & Over photos here.