Posts tagged "dj she"
  1. 1 year ago 

    Much love to my Fam at Fortune Sound Club. Dope video of 2012 at the club. 

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  2. 1 year ago 

    DJ SHE-SHADES OF SOUL 7

    Xperiment - Rhythmic Philosophy (DJ She Intro Edit)
    Pheo - Real Old Cigar
    B. Bravo - Right On Time ft. The Gent$
    Star Slinger - Dumbin’ ft. Reggie B (Diplo Remix)
    D’Angelo - Devil’s Pie (ARX 247 Remix)
    Adina Howard - Freak Like Me (Toe Curling Remix)
    Frank Ocean - Whip Appeal
    Onra - High Hopes ft. Reggie B
    DJ Devastate - Don’t Stop ft. Segerfalk
    J. DIlla - Funky For You (Illo Beats x 3 Edit)
    Zebrahim - Zilch
    Kevin Hart - I Could Never Be A Rapper
    D.O. - Small Town
    DTMD - Untitled ft. Oddisee
    Robert Glasper Experiment - Black Radio ft. Yasiin Bey (Pete Rock Remix)
    Mr. Scruff - Hold On ft. Andreya Triana
    Kidkanevil - When I Dig ft. Kissey Asplund & Blu (TM Juke Remix)
    Mayer Hawthorne - No Strings (RAC Remix)
    Tryezz - Ride On
    Grand Ear - Streetlights
    Slakah The Beatchild - B Boy Beef V2
    Olivier Daysoul - Foolish
    Dego - Love & Hate You ft. Obenew
    Miguel - Dig
    Sinden - High Demand ft. Jesse Boykins III
    The Weekend - What You Need (Tom Wrecks Edit)

  3. 1 year ago 

    DJ She - Cabin Fever Tracklist

    Nick Jun - Emerald Nights
    K-Bana - Jive (Soul Minority Jumeirah Beach Club Mix)
    Giom & Joshua Heath - Mister Marvellous
    Inland Knights - Do It Again
    Candy Dealers - Street Delight (Harold Heath’s Re-Rub)
    Bear Who? - Durty Thang (Melchyor A Instru-DUB)
    Miguel Migs ft Meshell Ndegeocello - Tonight (James Dexter Remix)
    Shur-I-Kan - Don’t Care - Original Mix
    Roshan - Recess
    Sonny Fodera & Mark Funk  - Whisper
    Mr No  - Good Thang
    Scott Diaz - Lets Get Together
    Jeremy Joshua - Thinking About Your Face
    Outkast - Spotti Otti Thing (Fred Everything Mind You Biz Remix)                                

  4. 1 year ago 

    DJ She-Your Mother’s Mix

  5. 2 years ago 
    Experience Saturdays @ Fortune Sound Club Presents
J-Boogie & DJ Chicken George + DJ She

Saturday June 23, 2012
Fortune Sound Club
147 E. Pender St
Vancouver
For more info click here.

    Experience Saturdays @ Fortune Sound Club Presents

    J-Boogie & DJ Chicken George + DJ She

    Saturday June 23, 2012

    Fortune Sound Club

    147 E. Pender St

    Vancouver

    For more info click here.

     
  6. 2 years ago 
    ANNOUNCING THE 2012 STYLUS AWARD NOMINEES
THE ENVELOPE PLEASE, AND THE NOMINEE ARE…
ANNOUNCING THE 2012 STYLUS AWARDS NOMINEESPRESENTED BY PIONEER DJ
-  COMEDIC SENSATION TRIXX to return as host of the national awards show   -
- Hall of Fame Inductees announced -

Toronto, ON; April 10, 2012 – The 7th annual Stylus Awards presented by Pioneer DJ is a stage for honouring, acknowledging, and supporting great Canadian musical talents from across the nation. This year, the event includes a long list on multi-talented artists, DJ’s, and producers who have been nominated by fans and industry leaders alike for a series of awards and well-deserved recognition. International comedian TRIXX will return to rock the house once again with big laughs and controversial material to host this year’s show.  The legendary careers of incredible talents Michie Meeand DJ Bunny will be celebrated as they are inducted into the Hall of Fame.
The award nominations are based on a bevy of different genres and with voting submissions now closed and the nominees list signed, sealed and delivered, some talents such as Kardinal Offishall, Melanie Fiona, The Weeknd, Drake, 4 Korners, Charlie Brown, Wristpect, T-Minus, Boi 1da, and Noah “40″ Shebib have been nominated for categories such as the Fan Choice Artist of the year, Fan Choice DJ of the year, and the Canadian Producer of the Year to name a few (a complete list of nominees is listed below).  With today’s announcement many nominees are celebrating multiple nods including DJ Anchor, (Saskatoon) with 4 nominations, and triple nominees 4 Korners (Toronto), Mike Tomas (Edmonton), Charlie Brown (Toronto), Lissa Monet (Toronto), Dames Nellas (Toronto), and Keith Dean (Montreal).
On May 26, 2012 in Toronto, the Stylus Awards presented by Pioneer DJ will kick-off with the 2012 Spinfest weekend, which is a three-day event showcasing the hottest talents in music nationwide and incredible conference speakers.  The weekend of mix n’mingling all lead up to the Awards ceremony as the final premiere event.  This celebratory showcase will take place at the newly      re-designed Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, located at 147 Danforth Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M4K 1N2.  Tickets are available for $40 CND + service fees at Ticketmaster.ca and will go on sale on Monday, April 16, 2012.

2012 Stylus Awards Nominees presented by Pioneer DJ

Female DJ of the Year
DJ Nora Tones - TorontoDJ She - VancouverDJ Vilify - MontrealMel Boogie - TorontoTasha Rozez - Toronto (2012 Winner)Vivi Diamond - Toronto

Click here to see all 2012 Stylus Award Nominees

    ANNOUNCING THE 2012 STYLUS AWARD NOMINEES

    THE ENVELOPE PLEASE, AND THE NOMINEE ARE…

    ANNOUNCING THE 2012 STYLUS AWARDS NOMINEES
    PRESENTED BY PIONEER DJ

    -  COMEDIC SENSATION TRIXX to return as host of the national awards show   -

    - Hall of Fame Inductees announced -

    Toronto, ON; April 10, 2012 – The 7th annual Stylus Awards presented by Pioneer DJ is a stage for honouring, acknowledging, and supporting great Canadian musical talents from across the nation. This year, the event includes a long list on multi-talented artists, DJ’s, and producers who have been nominated by fans and industry leaders alike for a series of awards and well-deserved recognition. International comedian TRIXX will return to rock the house once again with big laughs and controversial material to host this year’s show.  The legendary careers of incredible talents Michie Meeand DJ Bunny will be celebrated as they are inducted into the Hall of Fame.

    The award nominations are based on a bevy of different genres and with voting submissions now closed and the nominees list signed, sealed and delivered, some talents such as Kardinal Offishall, Melanie Fiona, The Weeknd, Drake, 4 Korners, Charlie Brown, Wristpect, T-Minus, Boi 1da, and Noah “40″ Shebib have been nominated for categories such as the Fan Choice Artist of the year, Fan Choice DJ of the year, and the Canadian Producer of the Year to name a few (a complete list of nominees is listed below).  With today’s announcement many nominees are celebrating multiple nods including DJ Anchor, (Saskatoon) with 4 nominations, and triple nominees 4 Korners (Toronto), Mike Tomas (Edmonton), Charlie Brown (Toronto), Lissa Monet (Toronto), Dames Nellas (Toronto), and Keith Dean (Montreal).

    On May 26, 2012 in Toronto, the Stylus Awards presented by Pioneer DJ will kick-off with the 2012 Spinfest weekend, which is a three-day event showcasing the hottest talents in music nationwide and incredible conference speakers.  The weekend of mix n’mingling all lead up to the Awards ceremony as the final premiere event.  This celebratory showcase will take place at the newly      re-designed Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, located at 147 Danforth Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M4K 1N2.  Tickets are available for $40 CND + service fees at Ticketmaster.ca and will go on sale on Monday, April 16, 2012.

    2012 Stylus Awards Nominees presented by Pioneer DJ

    Female DJ of the Year

    DJ Nora Tones - Toronto
    DJ She - Vancouver
    DJ Vilify - Montreal
    Mel Boogie - Toronto
    Tasha Rozez - Toronto (2012 Winner)
    Vivi Diamond - Toronto

    Click here to see all 2012 Stylus Award Nominees

     
  7. 2 years ago 
    THURSDAY MARCH 22ND WESC & FORTUNE SOUND CLUB PRESENT…THE LEGENDARY STRETCH ARMSTRONGhttps://twitter.com/#!/stretcharmyhttp://www.plantmusic.com/WITH GUESTSFLIPOUThttps://twitter.com/#!/djflipoutDJ BLES-SED vs DJ SHE - All Vinyl Battlehttp://www.bles-sed.com/http://www.djshe.ca/performance by Now or Never Crewhttp://www.nowornevercrew.com/*Limited early bird tickets available online now for only $10 ($16 after) at:http://www.ticketzone.com/wafform.aspx?_act=eventview&_pky=120229*Tickets also in stores at Dipt, Sharks & Hammers and Livestock (both locations).http://wesc.com/DOORS 9PM / GENERAL ADMISSION / 19+STRETCH ARMSTRONG: A hip-hop fixture since the dawn of the ’90s, DJ Stretch Armstrong has been instrumental in presenting up-and-coming MCs through his media barrage of radio programs, mixtapes, and even video games. The New York native’s first notoriety came as one-half of the Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show, which quickly became one of the premier forums for the city’s emerging hip-hop talent to be heard. Several of the ’90s’ biggest names in rap received early notice on the Columbia University radio program, including the debut of the Notorious B.I.G., or just Biggie Smalls as he was known in 1991. His appearance on the show was widely circulated, as were many of the show’s legendary freestyle sessions, and led to Biggie’s mention in a magazine column, which led to his introduction to Sean “Puffy” Combs. Biggie wasn’t the only artist to freestyle on the show and subsequently blow up: Nas, Wu-Tang Clan, Mobb Deep, and countless others all appeared on the show. By 1998, the show had run its course, but not before the Village Voice declared the Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show “the best hip-hop show in New York” and Source magazine voted it “the best hip-hop show of all time.” The demise of the show was not the end of Armstrong’s radio career, however, and it was on Hot 97 — the only commercial radio station in New York dedicated to hip-hop at the time — that he continued with XL Radio. 

    THURSDAY MARCH 22ND WESC & FORTUNE SOUND CLUB PRESENT…


    THE LEGENDARY STRETCH ARMSTRONG
    https://twitter.com/#!/stretcharmy
    http://www.plantmusic.com/

    WITH GUESTS

    FLIPOUT
    https://twitter.com/#!/djflipout

    DJ BLES-SED vs DJ SHE - All Vinyl Battle
    http://www.bles-sed.com/
    http://www.djshe.ca/

    performance by Now or Never Crew
    http://www.nowornevercrew.com/

    *Limited early bird tickets available online now for only $10 ($16 after) at:http://www.ticketzone.com/wafform.aspx?_act=eventview&_pky=120229

    *Tickets also in stores at Dipt, Sharks & Hammers and Livestock (both locations).

    http://wesc.com/

    DOORS 9PM / GENERAL ADMISSION / 19+

    STRETCH ARMSTRONG: A hip-hop fixture since the dawn of the ’90s, DJ Stretch Armstrong has been instrumental in presenting up-and-coming MCs through his media barrage of radio programs, mixtapes, and even video games. The New York native’s first notoriety came as one-half of the Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show, which quickly became one of the premier forums for the city’s emerging hip-hop talent to be heard. Several of the ’90s’ biggest names in rap received early notice on the Columbia University radio program, including the debut of the Notorious B.I.G., or just Biggie Smalls as he was known in 1991. His appearance on the show was widely circulated, as were many of the show’s legendary freestyle sessions, and led to Biggie’s mention in a magazine column, which led to his introduction to Sean “Puffy” Combs. Biggie wasn’t the only artist to freestyle on the show and subsequently blow up: Nas, Wu-Tang Clan, Mobb Deep, and countless others all appeared on the show. By 1998, the show had run its course, but not before the Village Voice declared the Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show “the best hip-hop show in New York” and Source magazine voted it “the best hip-hop show of all time.” The demise of the show was not the end of Armstrong’s radio career, however, and it was on Hot 97 — the only commercial radio station in New York dedicated to hip-hop at the time — that he continued with XL Radio. 

     
  8. 3 years ago 
    Sammie Jo / Melo Productions presents…
DOOWUTCHYALIKE!-Vancity’s Newest Saturday Night Hot Spot….starts JUN 25th 2011With residents:She (Jane Blaze Productions)www.djshe.caLady VishusBles-sed (Hastings Set/SVS)www.bles-sed.comHosted by Sammie JoStarting Saturday June 25th, 3 of Vancouver’s finest ladies; She, Bles-sed & Lady Vishus unite for a new Saturday spot that’s simple - good music for people who love to dance = best dance floor vibe! A spot where there’s lots of room to boogie down to strictly quality classic hip-hop and R & B, funk, soul and the freshest new hip-hop and reggae riddims!No dress code.Alright, here we go, y’all:Doo wutch ya like,Talk how ya like,Drink wutch ya like,Grab who ya like,Feel wutch ya like,Eat wutch ya like,Scratch where ya like,Itch if ya like,Bboys/bgirls, funk styles, hip-hop and dancehall dancers – Get ready to freestyle because we’re the spot that keeps those ciphers going!10pm-late$10 CoverSaturdays @The Shark Club180 West Georgia StFor more info, glist, birthdays and reservations: Sammie Jo Email info@sammiejo.ca Phone 604.537.5093

    Sammie Jo / Melo Productions presents…


    DOOWUTCHYALIKE!
    -Vancity’s Newest Saturday Night Hot Spot….starts JUN 25th 2011

    With residents:

    She (Jane Blaze Productions)
    www.djshe.ca

    Lady Vishus

    Bles-sed (Hastings Set/SVS)
    www.bles-sed.com

    Hosted by Sammie Jo

    Starting Saturday June 25th, 3 of Vancouver’s finest ladies; She, Bles-sed & Lady Vishus unite for a new Saturday spot that’s simple - good music for people who love to dance = best dance floor vibe! A spot where there’s lots of room to boogie down to strictly quality classic hip-hop and R & B, funk, soul and the freshest new hip-hop and reggae riddims!

    No dress code.

    Alright, here we go, y’all:

    Doo wutch ya like,
    Talk how ya like,
    Drink wutch ya like,
    Grab who ya like,
    Feel wutch ya like,
    Eat wutch ya like,
    Scratch where ya like,
    Itch if ya like,

    Bboys/bgirls, funk styles, hip-hop and dancehall dancers – Get ready to freestyle because we’re the spot that keeps those ciphers going!



    10pm-late
    $10 Cover

    Saturdays @
    The Shark Club
    180 West Georgia St

    For more info, glist, birthdays and reservations: 
    Sammie Jo 
    Email info@sammiejo.ca 
    Phone 604.537.5093

     
  9. 3 years ago 

     

    Shades Of Soul Radio Tuesdays 9-10pm (PST) on Radio Underground Sound (www.radioundergroundsound.com)

    Track list: 
    Zhane & Beatfanatic-It’s a party (DJ P-SOL cosmic dub) 
    Tweet ft. Missy Elliot-Turn da lights off (9th wonder oh no you didn’t remix) 
    Erykah Badu-On & On (Creamshower Remix) 
    Marsha Ambrosius-Sunshine (feat. Little Brother) 
    Gang Starr-Discipline (feat. Total) 
    Daru Beats-Turn It On (Marc Mac 4hero Remix) 
    Oliverdaysoul-Portion. No. 9 
    Jay-Z-Can’t Knock The Hustle (Jazzy Jeff Remix) 
    Chali 2na-Don’t Stop (Feat. Anthony Hamilton) 
    Black Milk-So Gone 
    Groove Theory-Tell Me (Dennis Blaze Remix) 
    The Brand New Heavies-Never Stop (Pink Enemy RMX) 
    Zo!-This Could Be The Night (feat. Darien Brockington, Eric Roberson & Big Pooh) 
    Adele-Rolling in the Deep (feat. Childish Gambino) (Jamie XX Remix) 
    Erro-Rock Wit U (Flipout Remix)

  10. Notes: 6 / 3 years ago 

    WESTENDER COVER STORY: Hey, Ms. DJ!

    DJ She

    The Utopia Festival: Women in Digital Culture will “stage an intervention” for the male-dominated DJ and electronic music scene this Saturday, March 5 with performances by the likes of DJ She (pictured).

    In the darkness, quick bursts of coloured light flash over a writhing crowd. It’s more disorienting than laser tag, but the motlIn the darkness, quick bursts of coloured light flash over a writhing crowd. It’s more disorienting than laser tag, but the motley assortment of strangers-no-more keep bumping bits with a practiced chaos, paying little attention to what’s going on as long as the music moves them. It might be silly, but rhythm really is a dancer, and lo and behold, it’s a woman behind the turntables, pulling the puppet strings, spinning these club kids into a melting-hot frenzy.

    When DJ Betti Forde (aka Maren Hancock) started spinning in Vancouver in 1998, women in the DJ and electronic music scene were an anomaly in a testosterone sea. Thirteen years later, precious little has changed, hence the need for Utopia Festival: Women in Digital Culture. It’s a unique day-long conference that promises to unfold like a stylized mullet — business up front, party in the back, with an assortment of practical discussions, skill-building workshops (DJ 101), a keynote address from Canada’s electronic music icon, Peaches, followed by a wild late-night party showcasing some of the best women music makers in the business.

    Peaches, Betti Forde, and Vancouver’s own DJ She (aka Tara Reeves) spoke with WE about making it as DIY artists, breaking down barriers, and why a festival like Utopia is more relevant than ever.

    Published 

    See the rest of the article here.

  11. 3 years ago 
    Women-focused electronic music festival turns the DJ sausage party on its head | Granville Magazine

    DJ She: ‘Female DJs in the industry are just as good as male DJs’

    Back when she worked as the manager at Beatstreet Records, Tara Reeves, best known for her musical work as DJ She, recalls a male-dominated record store with occasional female customers.


    “From the inside, it’s definitely dominated by men,” she says of Vancouver’s DJ scene. “That said, I feel like my peers that are female DJs in the industry are just as good as male DJs.”

    While skill sets between genders may be similar, male DJs tend to hold more regular club residencies than women, she adds, resulting in higher male visibility.

    Reeves doesn’t feel like she’s at a career disadvantage because of gender, but she acknowledges that women often need to work twice as hard as men to get to the same place. And she’s no stranger to hard work.

    At 27, she’s opened for major North American acts like Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, Jurassic 5, and Cut Chemist. When she’s not making music, she hosts and directs Grounded TV and runs Jane Blaze Productions.

    “There’s more of a spotlight on men in any industry, whether it’s the music business or fashion industry. We have to work twice as hard to get the same position,” she says. “It doesn’t mean we couldn’t rock a party just as well as a male DJ.”

    Just as this story was going to “print,” DJ She confirmed that she will be participating in the showcase. Other DJs who’ve signed on include Tanya Tagaq, Peaches, Betti Forde, Librarian, Nina Mendoza, Lynx, B-Traits, Soom T, Isis Salam, Tank Girl and Mandai, with more to be announced. Media artists will include VJ Electrabelle, Julie Gendron, Shebnem Ozpeta, Claudia Medina and Krista Lomax.

    DJ She competed as the only female DJ at the Red Bull 3Style 2010. (Image: courtesy DJ She and Red Bull 3Style)

    *Story by Jackie Wong for Granville Magazine

    See full article here.

  12. Notes: 3 / 3 years ago 
    THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24TH FATALE & FORTUNE SOUND PRESENT…BLACK MILK / MURS —> CO-HEADLINING SHOWhttp://blackmilk.biz/http://mursworld.com/…with guestDJ SHE http://www.djshe.ca/$30 advance tickets on sale now in stores at Dipt, Zulu, Beatstreet & Red Cat or online at cluzone: http://www.clubzone.com/tickets/1/Vancouver/166792.htmlDoors at 9pm / General Admission / 19+MURS (born Nick Carter on March 16, 1978), is an underground mc from  Mid-City Los Angeles. The name ‘MURS’ is an acronym for Making  Underground Raw Shit. He is signed to the independent label Record  Collection and is a member of the hip hop groups Living Legends, Felt,  and the 3 Melancholy Gypsys. Murs is also part of a punk fusion band  called The Invincibles with Jacksonville, Florida’s Whole Wheat Bread as  lead vocalist. BLACK MILK As the buzz of many of hip hop’s  young leaders-to-be evolves from loud commotion into hushed whispers,  Black Milk has stayed relevant by remaining focused on creating music  that endures.  He’s achieved recognition from fans, critics, and his  peers as one of the best producers around, and when coupling that talent  with his sharp lyricism and stylish delivery as an emcee, Black has  proven to be one of the most vital hip hop artists of his generation.

    THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24TH FATALE & FORTUNE SOUND PRESENT…

    BLACK MILK / MURS —> CO-HEADLINING SHOW
    http://blackmilk.biz/
    http://mursworld.com/

    with guest

    DJ SHE
    http://www.djshe.ca/

    $30 advance tickets on sale now in stores at Dipt, Zulu, Beatstreet & Red Cat or online at cluzone: http://www.clubzone.com/ti
    ckets/1/Vancouver/166792.html

    Doors at 9pm / General Admission / 19+

    MURS (born Nick Carter on March 16, 1978), is an underground mc from Mid-City Los Angeles. The name ‘MURS’ is an acronym for Making Underground Raw Shit. He is signed to the independent label Record Collection and is a member of the hip hop groups Living Legends, Felt, and the 3 Melancholy Gypsys. Murs is also part of a punk fusion band called The Invincibles with Jacksonville, Florida’s Whole Wheat Bread as lead vocalist.

    BLACK MILK As the buzz of many of hip hop’s young leaders-to-be evolves from loud commotion into hushed whispers, Black Milk has stayed relevant by remaining focused on creating music that endures. He’s achieved recognition from fans, critics, and his peers as one of the best producers around, and when coupling that talent with his sharp lyricism and stylish delivery as an emcee, Black has proven to be one of the most vital hip hop artists of his generation.

     
  13. 3 years ago 
    THURSDAY FEBRUARY 3RD 2011 FATALE & FORTUNE SOUND PRESENT…DIAMOND D!! 1st ever MC set in Vancouver!!http://www.myspace.com/therealdiamondd…withHEDSPIN (Eh! Team DJs)http://theehteamdjs.blogspot.com/NDIDI CASCADE & DEANNA w/ DJ SHEhttp://www.myspace.com/ndidicascadedeannahttp://www.myspace.com/ndidicascade$18 advance tickets available at Dipt or online now at: http://www.clubzone.com/tickets/1/Vancouver/166731.htmlDIAMOND  D: Veteran hip-hop producer Diamond D has helped out with several of  rap music’s most acclaimed LPs, including A Tribe Called Quest’s The Low  End Theory and the Fugees’ The Score. In 1992, he recorded his first  solo album, the underground classic Stunts, Blunts & Hip-Hop (which  was released as by Diamond & the Psychotic Neurotics). Although it  never sold very many copies, it increased his status, and he worked with  Illegal, House of Pain, KRS-One, and the Pharcyde during the mid-’90s. A  host of top-flight rappers returned the favor for his sophomore album,  Hatred, Passion & Infidelity, including Busta Rhymes, Phife Dawg (A  Tribe Called Quest), and Pete Rock.

    THURSDAY FEBRUARY 3RD 2011 FATALE & FORTUNE SOUND PRESENT…


    DIAMOND D!! 1st ever MC set in Vancouver!!
    http://www.myspace.com/therealdiamondd

    with

    HEDSPIN (Eh! Team DJs)
    http://theehteamdjs.blogsp
    ot.com/

    NDIDI CASCADE & DEANNA w/ DJ SHE
    http://www.myspace.com/ndidicascadedeanna
    http://www.myspace.com/ndidicascade


    $18 advance tickets available at Dipt or online now at: http://www.clubzone.com/tickets/1/Vancouver/166731.html

    DIAMOND D: Veteran hip-hop producer Diamond D has helped out with several of rap music’s most acclaimed LPs, including A Tribe Called Quest’s The Low End Theory and the Fugees’ The Score. In 1992, he recorded his first solo album, the underground classic Stunts, Blunts & Hip-Hop (which was released as by Diamond & the Psychotic Neurotics). Although it never sold very many copies, it increased his status, and he worked with Illegal, House of Pain, KRS-One, and the Pharcyde during the mid-’90s. A host of top-flight rappers returned the favor for his sophomore album, Hatred, Passion & Infidelity, including Busta Rhymes, Phife Dawg (A Tribe Called Quest), and Pete Rock.

     
  14. Notes: 1 / 3 years ago 
    Friday December 31, 2010NORDIC TRAX NYE AT OPEN STUDIOSYour  hometown heroes return to Open Studios with one of our favourite West  Coast collaborators, HALO. The Chicago native relocated West in the ‘90s  and — with partner Hipp-E and San Diego’s Siesta records — shaped  what eventually became knows as the West Coast sound. Responsible for  many any anthem as part of H-Foundation, his solo track ‘The Future’  ended up on Resident A…dvisor’s  Top 100 tracks of the ’00s, alongside other iconic selections from the  likes of Bassment Jaxx, Metro Area, Kerri Chandler and many of dance  music’s top names. RA-Poll-Top-100-tracks-of-the-00shttp://www.residentadvisor.net/feature.aspx?1145A  busy deejay and producer, in 2004 Halo re-focused on his passion for  the deeper side of things and founded his own label Citydeep. Since then  the label has had steady string of quality releases from a “who’s who”  of deep House royalty, including Dennis Ferrer, Marlon D, Franck Roger,  Rocco, DJ Deep, Julius Papp, and most recently the South African rising  star Black Coffee. This is one for the music lovers, join us as we  celebrate the New Year in style with some of the best talent the West  Coast has to offer.Featuring…HALO [Citydeep / H-Foundation, San Diego]citydeepmusic.comLUKE MCKEEHAN[Nordic Trax / MVP, Vancouver]listn.to/lukemckeehanDJ KROWN [Ginger, Vancouver]myspace.com/djkrownDJ SHE[Jane Blaze Prod, Vancouver]djshe.caVisuals: Bent MatterAdvance  tickets highly encouraged. Limited early bird tickets $40 online at  Clubzone.com, plus Beat Street & Zulu. More at the door subject to  capacity.Ticket link: http://www.clubzone.com/tickets/1/Vancouver/161443.htmlLocation: Open Studios, 252 E 1st Ave, Vancouver BC Doors 10PMMore online:http://nordictrax.com/http://twitter.com/nordictraxhttp://myspace.com/nordictraxhttp://www.citydeepmusic.com/RA-Poll-Top-100-tracks-of-the-00shttp://www.discogs.com/lists/RA-Poll-Top-100-tracks-of-the-00s/10867http://www.residentadvisor.net/feature.aspx?1145See More

    Friday December 31, 2010

    NORDIC TRAX NYE AT OPEN STUDIOS

    Your hometown heroes return to Open Studios with one of our favourite West Coast collaborators, HALO. The Chicago native relocated West in the ‘90s and — with partner Hipp-E and San Diego’s Siesta records — shaped what eventually became knows as the West Coast sound. Responsible for many any anthem as part of H-Foundation, his solo track ‘The Future’ ended up on Resident Advisor’s Top 100 tracks of the ’00s, alongside other iconic selections from the likes of Bassment Jaxx, Metro Area, Kerri Chandler and many of dance music’s top names.

    RA-Poll-Top-100-tracks-of-the-00s
    http://www.residentadvisor
    .net/feature.aspx?1145

    A busy deejay and producer, in 2004 Halo re-focused on his passion for the deeper side of things and founded his own label Citydeep. Since then the label has had steady string of quality releases from a “who’s who” of deep House royalty, including Dennis Ferrer, Marlon D, Franck Roger, Rocco, DJ Deep, Julius Papp, and most recently the South African rising star Black Coffee. This is one for the music lovers, join us as we celebrate the New Year in style with some of the best talent the West Coast has to offer.

    Featuring…

    HALO
    [Citydeep / H-Foundation, San Diego]
    citydeepmusic.com

    LUKE MCKEEHAN
    [Nordic Trax / MVP, Vancouver]
    listn.to/lukemckeehan

    DJ KROWN
    [Ginger, Vancouver]
    myspace.com/djkrown

    DJ SHE
    [Jane Blaze Prod, Vancouver]
    djshe.ca

    Visuals: Bent Matter

    Advance tickets highly encouraged. Limited early bird tickets $40 online at Clubzone.com, plus Beat Street & Zulu. More at the door subject to capacity.

    Ticket link: http://www.clubzone.com/tickets/1/Vancouver/161443.html

    Location: Open Studios, 252 E 1st Ave, Vancouver BC Doors 10PM

    More online:
    http://nordictrax.com/
    http://twitter.com/nordictrax
    http://myspace.com/nordictrax
    http://www.citydeepmusic.com/

    RA-Poll-Top-100-tracks-of-the-00s
    http://www.discogs.com/lists/RA-Poll-Top-100-tracks-of-the-00s/10867
    http://www.residentadvisor.net/feature.aspx?1145See More

    (Source: facebook.com)

     
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DJ SHE
JANE BLAZE PRODUCTIONS

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JUNE 2012
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1-HAPA IZAKAYA
2-HAPA IZAKAYA
7-MAN UP @ COBALT
9-THE PAYBACK @ BAYSIDE LOUNGE
16-HAPA IZAKAYA
21-MOXIES SOLSTICE PARTY
21-MUSIC FOR THE MASSES @ METROPOLE
22-HAPA IZAKAYA
23-J-BOOGIE & DJ CHICKEN GEORGE @FSC
28-MUSIC FOR THE MASSES @ METROPOLE
29-STONEWALL PRIDE FESTIVAL SUNSHINE COAST

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