You are cordially invited to the Soiree at 1904 Music Hall. Come share in the vibes and sounds that move the body and soul. ROCKS n BLUNTS DJ LOVELEE CHRIS FOG DOX BOBBY NEWPORT B3ATBUM Saturday Night Soiree : 04.05.2014 9PM-2AM 18-up $5 Courtyard B3ATBUM 9:00PM-10:15PM DJ LOVELEE 10:15PM-11:30PM ROCKS N BLUNTS 11:30PM-CLOSE Inside BOBBY NEWPORT 9:00PM-9:45PM / 10:30PM-11:30PM DOX 9:45PM-10:30PM / 11:30PM-12:30AM CHRIS FOG 12:30AM-CLOSE ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ROCKS n BLUNTShttps://www.facebook.com/RocksNBluntshttp://www.official.fm/rocksbblunts DJ LOVELEEwww.confettidigital.comhttps://www.facebook.com/pages/Dj-Lovelee/573060312725579 Deep funky and minimal house Dj NOW PLAYING ON WWW.CONFETTIDIGITAL.COM EVERY SAT 5-7PM GMT Regarded as one of London’s hottest talents on the DJ scene, DJ Love-Lee has been entertaining crowds and rocking venues since 1993. At the young age of 16 Love-Lee arrived on the Jungle and house scene playing for Don FM before taking her unique sound and style to the London club scene, tearing up venues like ‘Fabric’ and ‘The End’. With a residency at The Edge (Soho Square) and Voodoo Lounge (Leicester Square) it wasn’t long before Love-Lee was well known and thought of as one of London’s premier house DJ’s. Love-Lee has collaborated with such artist as Zac B, on Sailor Jerry and the twisted remix of ‘Fired up’ As a musical ambassador she has toured Asia, America and Europe, always leaving audiences hungry for more wherever she has spun the decks. Letting them have it at venues such as ’Bo’s on the beach’, ‘Suite’, ‘Dive Bar’ (Jaxsonville Florida) and many more. DJ Love-Lee Lists her musical influences as Carl Cox, Jamie Jones, House 4 Life, Kings of Tomorrow, Defected and Nick Olivetti and is now a reputable DJ on Confetti Digital.com, Love-Lee delivers a different vibe every time she plays as she loves to mix and blend different styles of house, always taking you on a journey for you listening pleasure! Whether it’s soulful, deep, tech or old-skool house you will feel it in your bones and be left wanting more. DJ Love-lee, the gorgeous blonde sensation that gets crowds jumping and leaves audiences spinning to her sound wherever she plays, always spreads the love with her dynamic style and sound, kicking off 2014 with an amazing set at ‘Pacha’ London the future looks bright for this musical champion who is in high demand after major success in the UK and abroad. DJ Love-Lee is becoming a well known name in the popular house music genre and in DJ circle in general. > Treat yourself to one of the hottest sets you will ever hear and check out DJ Love-Lee on mix cloud or listen live every wed @11am on www.confettidigital.com. Prepare yourself for musical experience that’s going to touch your soul!

You are cordially invited to the Soiree at 1904 Music Hall. Come share in the vibes and sounds that move the body and soul.

ROCKS n BLUNTS
DJ LOVELEE
CHRIS FOG
DOX
BOBBY NEWPORT
B3ATBUM

Saturday Night Soiree : 04.05.2014
9PM-2AM 18-up $5

Courtyard
B3ATBUM 9:00PM-10:15PM
DJ LOVELEE 10:15PM-11:30PM
ROCKS N BLUNTS 11:30PM-CLOSE

Inside
BOBBY NEWPORT 9:00PM-9:45PM / 10:30PM-11:30PM
DOX 9:45PM-10:30PM / 11:30PM-12:30AM
CHRIS FOG 12:30AM-CLOSE
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
ROCKS n BLUNTS
https://www.facebook.com/
RocksNBlunts
http://www.official.fm/
rocksbblunts

DJ LOVELEE
www.confettidigital.com
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dj-Lovelee/573060312725579

Deep funky and minimal house Dj
NOW PLAYING ON WWW.CONFETTIDIGITAL.COM EVERY SAT 5-7PM GMT

Regarded as one of London’s hottest talents on the DJ scene, DJ Love-Lee has been entertaining crowds and rocking venues since 1993. At the young age of 16 Love-Lee arrived on the Jungle and house scene playing for Don FM before taking her unique sound and style to the London club scene, tearing up venues like ‘Fabric’ and ‘The End’. With a residency at The Edge (Soho Square) and Voodoo Lounge (Leicester Square) it wasn’t long before Love-Lee was well known and thought of as one of London’s premier house DJ’s. Love-Lee has collaborated with such artist as Zac B, on Sailor Jerry and the twisted remix of ‘Fired up’

As a musical ambassador she has toured Asia, America and Europe, always leaving audiences hungry for more wherever she has spun the decks. Letting them have it at venues such as ’Bo’s on the beach’, ‘Suite’, ‘Dive Bar’ (Jaxsonville Florida) and many more.

DJ Love-Lee Lists her musical influences as Carl Cox, Jamie Jones, House 4 Life, Kings of Tomorrow, Defected and Nick Olivetti and is now a reputable DJ on Confetti Digital.com, Love-Lee delivers a different vibe every time she plays as she loves to mix and blend different styles of house, always taking you on a journey for you listening pleasure! Whether it’s soulful, deep, tech or old-skool house you will feel it in your bones and be left wanting more.

DJ Love-lee, the gorgeous blonde sensation that gets crowds jumping and leaves audiences spinning to her sound wherever she plays, always spreads the love with her dynamic style and sound, kicking off 2014 with an amazing set at ‘Pacha’ London the future looks bright for this musical champion who is in high demand after major success in the UK and abroad. DJ Love-Lee is becoming a well known name in the popular house music genre and in DJ circle in general.
> Treat yourself to one of the hottest sets you will ever hear and check out DJ Love-Lee on mix cloud or listen live every wed @11am on www.confettidigital.com. Prepare yourself for musical experience that’s going to touch your soul!

Phuk the Politics : No Blarney at 1904 Music Hall - 03.14.2014
Join us at 1904 Music Hall to celebrate St. Patrick Day as we serve diverse platters of electronic music and and wash it all down with copious amounts of beer!The Shamrock Stage (Inside)9:00PM-10:00PM - JAHOUDY10:00PM-11:30PM - GEOFF PECK b2b ANDRE HOWARD11:30PM-12:45AM - AWARE12:45AM-2AM - TED LANEPot of Gold Stage (Patio)9:00PM-9:45PM - GOLDFINGER9:45PM-10:30PM - STACY OSORIO10:30PM-11:15PM - GOLDFINGER/ DJ RESON / ADAM ROWDY (LIVE)11:15PM-12:30AM - GINSU b2b STACY OSORIO12:30AM-2:00AM - MATT CAULDER9pm-2am 18-up $5MATT CAULDERhttps://soundcloud.com/matt-caulderGOLDFINGERhttp://www.goldfingerdj.com/https://soundcloud.com/swagchampa

Phuk the Politics : No Blarney at 1904 Music Hall - 03.14.2014

Join us at 1904 Music Hall to celebrate St. Patrick Day as we serve diverse platters of electronic music and and wash it all down with copious amounts of beer!

The Shamrock Stage (Inside)
9:00PM-10:00PM - JAHOUDY
10:00PM-11:30PM - GEOFF PECK b2b ANDRE HOWARD
11:30PM-12:45AM - AWARE
12:45AM-2AM - TED LANE

Pot of Gold Stage (Patio)
9:00PM-9:45PM - GOLDFINGER
9:45PM-10:30PM - STACY OSORIO
10:30PM-11:15PM - GOLDFINGER/ DJ RESON / ADAM ROWDY (LIVE)
11:15PM-12:30AM - GINSU b2b STACY OSORIO
12:30AM-2:00AM - MATT CAULDER

9pm-2am 18-up $5

MATT CAULDER
https://soundcloud.com/matt-caulder

GOLDFINGER
http://www.goldfingerdj.com/
https://soundcloud.com/swagchampa

JAY MAC and DJ ROKnBOK (6-deck tag-team set) opening set by DJ CRAM
Eclipse Riverside4219 St Johns Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32210SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 20149PM18-up $5
JAY MAChttp://www.jaymacradio.com/http://soundcloud.com/jay-mac1067 Jay Mac began mixing in 1991 in Jacksonville, Florida. Jay Mac started his career in a small underground house venue called Euphoria which had recently earned mention in the magazine Urb. Even back then his unique blend of underground beats and mainstream melodies got him noticed quickly. From Euphoria to the legendary Edge & Einstein A-Go-Go, the momentum started to build. In 1994, Jay Mac started a 9 year residency at the infamous Club 5. In this large, restored 1929 theater Jay Mac made Club 5 the staple of Northeast Florida nightlife for a decade. At Club 5, Jay Mac learned how to work a large room while sharing the stage with some of the world’s biggest DJ’s and musicians. Artists like John Digweed, Dubtribe, DJ Icey, Ferry Corsten, Dee-Lite, Aphrodite and the Ministry of Sound tour made every weekend an event. During this time Jay Mac started music production under the name Defstar Soundsystem in which he remixed artists like Keoki, DJ Jean, Dirty Vegas, Brent Borel, Kenna, Sonic State and Magic Mike w/ Infiniti. Years in this results-oriented environment granted Jay Mac the perfect arena to hone his remixing and DJing skills for FM radio. Jay Mac started mixing for WFKS “97.9 KissFM” in November of 2003. Again, he quickly made a name for himself in this medium. Doing live broadcasts from venues such as Plush, Club Paris (Jax), The Ocean Club, Shades and Bourbon Street Station every weekend for a six year period. In 2006 Jay Mac was picked up by WXXL “Xl 106.7” Orlando, WLDI “Wild 95.5” in West Palm Beach and 107.9 WPFM in Panama City, FL. It was at Xl 106.7 where Jay Mac got back to his roots playing a mixture of mainstream & underground dance music. DJ ROKnBOKhttps://www.facebook.com/djROKnBOKhttp://www.ustream.tv/channel/dj-roknbokhttp://www.mixcloud.com/DJ_ROKnBOK/ Since 1993, Jim consistently rocks the beats that fill the dancefloors. Spinning the best in underground breakbeats, house, trance, trip-hop, jungle, dubstep, and even a little lounge and downtempo; you’ll never be disappointed!
event info > https://www.facebook.com/events/402919103187319/

JAY MAC and DJ ROKnBOK (6-deck tag-team set)
opening set by DJ CRAM

Eclipse Riverside
4219 St Johns Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32210
SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 20149PM
18-up $5

JAY MAC
http://www.jaymacradio.com/
http://soundcloud.com/
jay-mac1067
Jay Mac began mixing in 1991 in Jacksonville, Florida. Jay Mac started his career in a small underground house venue called Euphoria which had recently earned mention in the magazine Urb. Even back then his unique blend of underground beats and mainstream melodies got him noticed quickly. From Euphoria to the legendary Edge & Einstein A-Go-Go, the momentum started to build. In 1994, Jay Mac started a 9 year residency at the infamous Club 5. In this large, restored 1929 theater Jay Mac made Club 5 the staple of Northeast Florida nightlife for a decade. At Club 5, Jay Mac learned how to work a large room while sharing the stage with some of the world’s biggest DJ’s and musicians. Artists like John Digweed, Dubtribe, DJ Icey, Ferry Corsten, Dee-Lite, Aphrodite and the Ministry of Sound tour made every weekend an event. During this time Jay Mac started music production under the name Defstar Soundsystem in which he remixed artists like Keoki, DJ Jean, Dirty Vegas, Brent Borel, Kenna, Sonic State and Magic Mike w/ Infiniti. Years in this results-oriented environment granted Jay Mac the perfect arena to hone his remixing and DJing skills for FM radio. Jay Mac started mixing for WFKS “97.9 KissFM” in November of 2003. Again, he quickly made a name for himself in this medium. Doing live broadcasts from venues such as Plush, Club Paris (Jax), The Ocean Club, Shades and Bourbon Street Station every weekend for a six year period. In 2006 Jay Mac was picked up by WXXL “Xl 106.7” Orlando, WLDI “Wild 95.5” in West Palm Beach and 107.9 WPFM in Panama City, FL. It was at Xl 106.7 where Jay Mac got back to his roots playing a mixture of mainstream & underground dance music.

DJ ROKnBOK
https://www.facebook.com/
djROKnBOK
http://www.ustream.tv/
channel/dj-roknbok
http://www.mixcloud.com/DJ_ROKnBOK/
Since 1993, Jim consistently rocks the beats that fill the dancefloors. Spinning the best in underground breakbeats, house, trance, trip-hop, jungle, dubstep, and even a little lounge and downtempo; you’ll never be disappointed!

event info > https://www.facebook.com/events/402919103187319/

SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 2014
We welcome the return of SUNSHINE JONES to Jacksonville, FL for a session of pure house bliss! Joining him will be EARL LAMACS on percussion with opening sets by Philly G & Catharsis (PC Synergy), The Strangelovers, Justin Shurman and Chris Fog b2b D Rock.  7:00-8:00 D Rock b2b Chris Fog  8:00-9:00 Justin Shurman  9:00-10:00 The Strangelovers  10:00-11:30 Philly G & Catharsis (PC Synergy) 11:30-2:00 Sunshine Jones featuring Earl Lamacs UNDERBELLY 7PM $10 18-up Sunshine Jones Dubtribe Sound System/Treehouse Muzique/King Street Sounds/Cosmic Disco/Sunday Soulhttp://treehousemuzique.com/http://sunshine-jones.com/http://sundaysoul.com/https://twitter.com/Sunshine_Jones Sunshine Jones lives in San Francisco, California where he performs a live/DJ Set every sunday on 90hz.org called Sunday Soul, and produces house music for King Street Sounds, Nite Grooves, from the Treehouse Recording Studio. His label, Treehouse Muzique is preparing for launch in early 2008. Over the last year, Sunshine has traveled the world spinning and performing live. Loop’s 9 year anniversary in Tokyo was a fantastic beginning for his solo work, which has taken him to Sugar in Adelaide, Australia, up the coast to Byron Bay, and Brisbane. The Family Music Festival in Osaka where he played beside Danny Krivit was inspirational, and The Metamorphose festival in Tokyo, where performing for 16,000 people completely blew his mind. Sunshine spent the 1990’s touring the united states in a van as one half of Dubtribe Sound System, and as creative director of Imperial DUB Recordings. He left the 90’s glad to see them go, but worried about the decade ahead. The turn of the century saw the end of his long term partnerships with IDR, and his musical partner Moonbeam. After working with BMG/Jive, and Defected Records, Sunshine took a long break. He discarded his associations, and tried to raise his son in a halcyonic state of idle in a San Francisco suburb. When that proved to be impossible, sunshine searched his soul, and wrote seven tracks in seven days, an exercise intended to purge himself of the bullshit which was crushing him. I worked pretty well, and the album was released on King Street in 2006. In early 2007, frustrated with the limitations of CD turntables, and the confused pile of hand scrawled CD’s all over his house, Sunshine made the move to mixing with a laptop. Using a Allen and Heath XONE:92 DJ Mixer to connect a mic and some effects, and a MacBook Pro running Traktor DJ Studio Pro, Sunshine found he was excited about mixing records again. “I haven’t been this excited about music since I first learned how to program a sequencer.” And it shows. No stale, up-tempo computer mixes for you… Sunshine has been challenging what dance music even is, often never raising the tempo above 118 bpm, he uses musical force, live vocals, live percussion, loops, and effects rather than simply beating the crowd to death with something fast or hard. Difficult and provocative as always, Sunshine has eaten his hat and embraced the modern definition of independent music and it’s current format. From the start of 2007 Sunshine has been a monthly resident at Love in New York City, a quarterly resident at Club Five in Washington DC, and reforging his relationships with friends from all over the US. 2007 brought inspirational trips to Florida where he blew the Plazma Lounge apart, and rocked Paradise with Jask of Thai Soul. He also performed at Muzique modern with Moby, Kudu and King Britt at the Highland Ballroom, Hosted the devastating Sunday Soul NYC: Voice and sang with Jenifa Mayanja and Monique Bingham and brought down the house, rocked the rooftop of club five with Sunday Soul: Unlimited where he played for 5 hours + under the stars for a crowd of cheering and deeply beautiful people. At year’s end, Sunshine Jones insists that despite the relative collapse of dance music as a main stream head bashing, these are inspirational times. The music coming out of France, Norway, Sweden, Germany, New York, Los Angeles, and Japan is absolutely some of the best music ever produced in the genre of “house.” Sunshine transmits a weekly now monthly radio program on 90hz.org called Sunday Soul from 10pm until late night (pacific time.) The shows are based each week on a theme, and announced in the 90hz forum, the treehouse muzique forum, myspace and other community gathering places. While not always a perfect example of Sunshine’s club performance, they are a look into the musical soul of a house legend, and deep-headed music lover.Sunday Soul is also a traveling party. Monthly in New York City at Love, and quarterly on a rooftop somewhere in Washington DC, occasionally from various places all over the world. Find out more at sundaysoul.com Sunday Soul Archives There are hundreds of of hours of Sunday Soul archival transmissions. You can donate to Sunday Soul and download your choice of these archives, and listen to previews of each program at http://treehousemuzique.com/ __________________________________________ PC Synergy ~ Phil Green & Catharsis (Scott Petersen)https://www.facebook.com/PCSynergyhttp://www.om-records.com/artists/71-pc-synergyhttp://soundcloud.com/pcsynergyhttp://www.greenteammedia.com/http://www.twitter.com/pcsynergy Om Records, Soul Support Recordings Green Team Media, Inc. PC Synergy is an Om Records recording artist and DJ duo that began their recording career with Imperial Dub Recordings famous for Dubtribe Sound System. Phil Green is the creative production force behind the Production/ DJ duo PCSynergy. Along with Catharsis, he expresses all things house & down tempo. His amiable demeanor is personified in his dj sets and original compositions. Both Phil and Catharsis have been actively deejaying and expressing positive electronic paradigms since 1991. Phil is a graduate of Full Sail video and audio engineering college in Orlando, Florida. Currently, Phil is the chief engineer at Green Team Media Inc., a digital recording suite dedicated to electronic music and video production. Phil’s acumen of studio engineering and production was sharpened after Full Sail at the Dallas Sound Lab. His extensive studio credits include assistant engineer for the Grammy winning album, “Kirk Franklin & The Family’s Nu Nation Project” in 1998, Reverend Horton Heat’s “Space Heater” on Interscope. Phil has also done numerous live sound reinforcements and sound effects editing. This core knowledge of studio technology and “live” experience coupled with work with different genres of music have positively added to his love and aptitude for electronic music especially deep house and down tempo. Phil also has a strong acumen with HD Video Production and editing. PC Synergy is featured on the OM Lounge 15th Anniversary Edition CD released April 21st, 2009 with their neo- Bossa broken beat bumper entitled ‘Ready 2 Wear” and signed with Om Records in 2006. Phil and Catharsis have been signed to numerous electronic music labels worldwide in addition to Om Records own their own digital imprint Soul Support Recordings and have appeared on cd compilations alongside Depeche Mode, Moby, Faithless, Dubtribe Sound System, Swayzak, Mr. Scruff and many others. Since 2000, PC Synergy has released over 50 vinyl releases, 3 full-length albums entitled “Keepin On” and “Deep Down” & “Canvas of Sound” and appeared on 40 CD compilations & mix Cd’s on labels around the world. PC Synergy has performed all over the United States alongside some of the most innovative electronic artists including Tiefschwarz,Bassnectar,Raoul Campos, Johnny Fiasco, Joey Youngman, Mark Farina, Troydon,Fred Everything,Dj Fluid, Heather & Colette, Bugz In The Attic, Peter Kruder, J Boogie, Chuck Love, JT Donaldson, Jake Childs, Marques Wyatt, Swag, Onionz, Mark Rae, Samantha James, Cobblestone Jazz,Nickodemus,Hipp-e,Metro Area, Olivier Desmet, Sneak, Q Burns Abstract Message, Nigel Richards, Hesohi, Corey Black, Cool Rog Rox. Noel Sanger, Stryke, Monty Luke, Lawnchair Generals, East Coast Boogiemen, Daddy J, Deep House Souldiers, Romano Arcaini, Marc George, Chris Lum, Kaskade and Sunshine Jones. “Keep On Keepin On” ______________________________________________ DR. STRANGELOVE (Ego Killer/jaxlore.com)http://www.mixcloud.com/strangelve/http://egokiller.net/http://jaxlore.com/ Dr. Strangelove is a veteran of the Jacksonville Florida scene has been an electronic music aficionado for many years. As a teenager he stumbled across the legendary Einstien’s club and was schooled in Indie Rock, Industrial and Rave all at one time. “I remember walking in Einstein’s and my life changed, My Bloody Valentine, Pixies, Front 242, 808 State, things just were never the same after that.” It wasn’t until his college years where electronic dance music became his obsession and he started Saturn 9 radio. Under the umbrella of a blossoming club scene Doc became enthralled with the many different styles of electronic music being produced at the time and his radio shows reflected the diversity. After college his djing has followed his love affair with electronic currents and emotional curiosity, but never straying far from creating forward motion on the dance floor. “Back in the day everything that came out was new and exciting, people didn’t care whether it was called techno or trance. Everyone was on a ride and no one knew where we were going. I like to keep that feeling with my mixes, they know there is a conductor but that train is out of control!” Whether it’s minimal techno, diva house, or something completely different, Doc likes to keep the dance floor on it’s toes. Doc has also been the editor for the electronic magazine jaxlore.com for over ten years. “Electronic music has been a passion of mine since I heard 808 State and Orbital many moons ago, the scenery may have changed but there is still amazing music being made.” Be sure to catch Doc spread the gospel of strangelove as he brings diversity in dance to the masses and watch for his first release on Ego Killer. _____________________________________________ JUSTIN SHURMAN (Ego Killer/jaxlore.com)https://soundcloud.com/justinshurmanhttp://egokiller.net/http://jaxlore.com/ “I started buying records in the 80s so when electronic groups like 808 State, The Orb, and K-klass came to my attention in the early 90s, it was like a natural evolution from stuff like Depeche Mode and Prince. The music was and still is more dimensional than verse-chorus-verse rock. So, from ’90 on, most of my record purchases have been EDM.” “I remember DJing a couple of birthday parties as a teen and seeing how music like Kraftwerk’s ‘The Mix’ would bug people out – they had never heard anything like it. Today, it’s twice as important to keep things fresh and innovative since accessibility is no longer an issue.” “My style is usually a bit of house, techno and trance. Focusing on any good electronic music from the last 30 years. We all like to pay attention to what’s new but I can never resist sprinkling in the classic and obscure. If nothing new ever came out ever again, we could all survive on back catalogue. There’s beauty in that.” “Having a close connection to this kind of music runs kinda parallel to the vibe within the scene. In one instance, your favorite music is so right-brained, underground, and we are living in a left-brained, pop-radio world. Within the scene, you have attitude, which is the Alpha, and positivity, which is the Beta – and these forces are usually in conflict. ”
event info > https://www.facebook.com/events/1543693652521836/

SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 2014

We welcome the return of SUNSHINE JONES to Jacksonville, FL for a session of pure house bliss! Joining him will be EARL LAMACS on percussion with opening sets by Philly G & Catharsis (PC Synergy), The Strangelovers, Justin Shurman and Chris Fog b2b D Rock.

7:00-8:00 D Rock b2b Chris Fog
8:00-9:00 Justin Shurman
9:00-10:00 The Strangelovers
10:00-11:30 Philly G & Catharsis (PC Synergy)
11:30-2:00 Sunshine Jones featuring Earl Lamacs

UNDERBELLY 7PM $10 18-up

Sunshine Jones
Dubtribe Sound System/Treehouse Muzique/King Street Sounds/Cosmic Disco/Sunday Soul
http://treehousemuzique.com/
http://sunshine-jones.com/
http://sundaysoul.com/
https://twitter.com/
Sunshine_Jones

Sunshine Jones lives in San Francisco, California where he performs a live/DJ Set every sunday on 90hz.org called Sunday Soul, and produces house music for King Street Sounds, Nite Grooves, from the Treehouse Recording Studio. His label, Treehouse Muzique is preparing for launch in early 2008.
Over the last year, Sunshine has traveled the world spinning and performing live. Loop’s 9 year anniversary in Tokyo was a fantastic beginning for his solo work, which has taken him to Sugar in Adelaide, Australia, up the coast to Byron Bay, and Brisbane. The Family Music Festival in Osaka where he played beside Danny Krivit was inspirational, and The Metamorphose festival in Tokyo, where performing for 16,000 people completely blew his mind.

Sunshine spent the 1990’s touring the united states in a van as one half of Dubtribe Sound System, and as creative director of Imperial DUB Recordings. He left the 90’s glad to see them go, but worried about the decade ahead. The turn of the century saw the end of his long term partnerships with IDR, and his musical partner Moonbeam. After working with BMG/Jive, and Defected Records,

Sunshine took a long break. He discarded his associations, and tried to raise his son in a halcyonic state of idle in a San Francisco suburb. When that proved to be impossible, sunshine searched his soul, and wrote seven tracks in seven days, an exercise intended to purge himself of the bullshit which was crushing him. I worked pretty well, and the album was released on King Street in 2006.
In early 2007, frustrated with the limitations of CD turntables, and the confused pile of hand scrawled CD’s all over his house, Sunshine made the move to mixing with a laptop. Using a Allen and Heath XONE:92 DJ Mixer to connect a mic and some effects, and a MacBook Pro running Traktor DJ Studio Pro, Sunshine found he was excited about mixing records again. “I haven’t been this excited about music since I first learned how to program a sequencer.” And it shows. No stale, up-tempo computer mixes for you… Sunshine has been challenging what dance music even is, often never raising the tempo above 118 bpm, he uses musical force, live vocals, live percussion, loops, and effects rather than simply beating the crowd to death with something fast or hard. Difficult and provocative as always,

Sunshine has eaten his hat and embraced the modern definition of independent music and it’s current format.
From the start of 2007 Sunshine has been a monthly resident at Love in New York City, a quarterly resident at Club Five in Washington DC, and reforging his relationships with friends from all over the US. 2007 brought inspirational trips to Florida where he blew the Plazma Lounge apart, and rocked Paradise with Jask of Thai Soul. He also performed at Muzique modern with Moby, Kudu and King Britt at the Highland Ballroom, Hosted the devastating Sunday Soul NYC: Voice and sang with Jenifa Mayanja and Monique Bingham and brought down the house, rocked the rooftop of club five with Sunday Soul: Unlimited where he played for 5 hours + under the stars for a crowd of cheering and deeply beautiful people.

At year’s end, Sunshine Jones insists that despite the relative collapse of dance music as a main stream head bashing, these are inspirational times. The music coming out of France, Norway, Sweden, Germany, New York, Los Angeles, and Japan is absolutely some of the best music ever produced in the genre of “house.”

Sunshine transmits a weekly now monthly radio program on 90hz.org called Sunday Soul from 10pm until late night (pacific time.) The shows are based each week on a theme, and announced in the 90hz forum, the treehouse muzique forum, myspace and other community gathering places. While not always a perfect example of Sunshine’s club performance, they are a look into the musical soul of a house legend, and deep-headed music lover.Sunday Soul is also a traveling party. Monthly in New York City at Love, and quarterly on a rooftop somewhere in Washington DC, occasionally from various places all over the world.
Find out more at sundaysoul.com

Sunday Soul Archives
There are hundreds of of hours of Sunday Soul archival transmissions. You can donate to Sunday Soul and download your choice of these archives, and listen to previews of each program at http://treehousemuzique.com/

__________________________________________

PC Synergy ~ Phil Green & Catharsis (Scott Petersen)
https://www.facebook.com/
PCSynergy
http://www.om-records.com/
artists/71-pc-synergy
http://soundcloud.com/pcsynergy
http://www.greenteammedia.com/
http://www.twitter.com/pcsynergy

Om Records, Soul Support Recordings
Green Team Media, Inc.

PC Synergy is an Om Records recording artist and DJ duo that began their recording career with Imperial Dub Recordings famous for Dubtribe Sound System.

Phil Green is the creative production force behind the Production/ DJ duo PCSynergy. Along with Catharsis, he expresses all things house & down tempo. His amiable demeanor is personified in his dj sets and original compositions. Both Phil and Catharsis have been actively deejaying and expressing positive electronic paradigms since 1991. Phil is a graduate of Full Sail video and audio engineering college in Orlando, Florida. Currently, Phil is the chief engineer at Green Team Media Inc., a digital recording suite dedicated to electronic music and video production.

Phil’s acumen of studio engineering and production was sharpened after Full Sail at the Dallas Sound Lab. His extensive studio credits include assistant engineer for the Grammy winning album, “Kirk Franklin & The Family’s Nu Nation Project” in 1998, Reverend Horton Heat’s “Space Heater” on Interscope. Phil has also done numerous live sound reinforcements and sound effects editing. This core knowledge of studio technology and “live” experience coupled with work with different genres of music have positively added to his love and aptitude for electronic music especially deep house and down tempo. Phil also has a strong acumen with HD Video Production and editing.

PC Synergy is featured on the OM Lounge 15th Anniversary Edition CD released April 21st, 2009 with their neo- Bossa broken beat bumper entitled ‘Ready 2 Wear” and signed with Om Records in 2006.

Phil and Catharsis have been signed to numerous electronic music labels worldwide in addition to Om Records own their own digital imprint Soul Support Recordings and have appeared on cd compilations alongside Depeche Mode, Moby, Faithless, Dubtribe Sound System, Swayzak, Mr. Scruff and many others. Since 2000, PC Synergy has released over 50 vinyl releases, 3 full-length albums entitled “Keepin On” and “Deep Down” & “Canvas of Sound” and appeared on 40 CD compilations & mix Cd’s on labels around the world.

PC Synergy has performed all over the United States alongside some of the most innovative electronic artists including Tiefschwarz,Bassnectar,Raoul Campos, Johnny Fiasco, Joey Youngman, Mark Farina, Troydon,Fred Everything,Dj Fluid, Heather & Colette, Bugz In The Attic, Peter Kruder, J Boogie, Chuck Love, JT Donaldson, Jake Childs, Marques Wyatt, Swag, Onionz, Mark Rae, Samantha James, Cobblestone Jazz,Nickodemus,Hipp-e,Metro Area, Olivier Desmet, Sneak, Q Burns Abstract Message, Nigel Richards, Hesohi, Corey Black, Cool Rog Rox. Noel Sanger, Stryke, Monty Luke, Lawnchair Generals, East Coast Boogiemen, Daddy J, Deep House Souldiers, Romano Arcaini, Marc George, Chris Lum, Kaskade and Sunshine Jones.

“Keep On Keepin On”

______________________________________________

DR. STRANGELOVE (Ego Killer/jaxlore.com)
http://www.mixcloud.com/strangelve/
http://egokiller.net/
http://jaxlore.com/
Dr. Strangelove is a veteran of the Jacksonville Florida scene has been an electronic music aficionado for many years. As a teenager he stumbled across the legendary Einstien’s club and was schooled in Indie Rock, Industrial and Rave all at one time. “I remember walking in Einstein’s and my life changed, My Bloody Valentine, Pixies, Front 242, 808 State, things just were never the same after that.” It wasn’t until his college years where electronic dance music became his obsession and he started Saturn 9 radio. Under the umbrella of a blossoming club scene Doc became enthralled with the many different styles of electronic music being produced at the time and his radio shows reflected the diversity. After college his djing has followed his love affair with electronic currents and emotional curiosity, but never straying far from creating forward motion on the dance floor.

“Back in the day everything that came out was new and exciting, people didn’t care whether it was called techno or trance. Everyone was on a ride and no one knew where we were going. I like to keep that feeling with my mixes, they know there is a conductor but that train is out of control!” Whether it’s minimal techno, diva house, or something completely different, Doc likes to keep the dance floor on it’s toes.

Doc has also been the editor for the electronic magazine jaxlore.com for over ten years. “Electronic music has been a passion of mine since I heard 808 State and Orbital many moons ago, the scenery may have changed but there is still amazing music being made.” Be sure to catch Doc spread the gospel of strangelove as he brings diversity in dance to the masses and watch for his first release on Ego Killer.
_____________________________________________

JUSTIN SHURMAN (Ego Killer/jaxlore.com)
https://soundcloud.com/justinshurman
http://egokiller.net/
http://jaxlore.com/
“I started buying records in the 80s so when electronic groups like 808 State, The Orb, and K-klass came to my attention in the early 90s, it was like a natural evolution from stuff like Depeche Mode and Prince. The music was and still is more dimensional than verse-chorus-verse rock. So, from ’90 on, most of my record purchases have been EDM.”

“I remember DJing a couple of birthday parties as a teen and seeing how music like Kraftwerk’s ‘The Mix’ would bug people out – they had never heard anything like it. Today, it’s twice as important to keep things fresh and innovative since accessibility is no longer an issue.”

“My style is usually a bit of house, techno and trance. Focusing on any good electronic music from the last 30 years. We all like to pay attention to what’s new but I can never resist sprinkling in the classic and obscure. If nothing new ever came out ever again, we could all survive on back catalogue. There’s beauty in that.”

“Having a close connection to this kind of music runs kinda parallel to the vibe within the scene. In one instance, your favorite music is so right-brained, underground, and we are living in a left-brained, pop-radio world. Within the scene, you have attitude, which is the Alpha, and positivity, which is the Beta – and these forces are usually in conflict. ”

event info > https://www.facebook.com/events/1543693652521836/

infinite loop KINESIS DARREN PARKS ALBERT ADKINS Thursday, March 20, 2014 7pm-12am at club TSI discotheque 333 east Bay st Jacksonville, fl
18-up $5

infinite loop
KINESIS
DARREN PARKS
ALBERT ADKINS
Thursday, March 20, 2014 7pm-12am
at club TSI discotheque
333 east Bay st
Jacksonville, fl

18-up $5

infinite loop DOX  COMBUSTIBLE EVAN ON EARTH Thursday, March 6, 2014 7pm-12am at club TSI discotheque 333 east Bay st Jacksonville, fl
18-up $5

infinite loop
DOX
COMBUSTIBLE
EVAN ON EARTH
Thursday, March 6, 2014 7pm-12am
at club TSI discotheque
333 east Bay st
Jacksonville, fl

18-up $5

Phuk the Politics : Saturday Night Soiree at 1904 Music Hall - 02.01.2014
InsideD ROCK 9:00PM-9:45PM / 11:15PM-12:10AMFARACE 9:45PM-10:30PM / 12:10AM-1:05AMMEGATRON 10:30PM-11:15PM / 1:05AM-2:00AMOutside - EGO KILLER TAKEOVER 9:00PM-2:00AMTED LANEJUSTIN SHURMANDR. STRANGELOVE9PM-2AM 18-UP $5FARACE (Pyramid Recordings/Kick It Recordings/Sky Artist Management)www.farace.infowww.facebook.com/faraceofficialwww.twitter.com/paulfaracewww.soundcloud.com/faraceFarace has recently established himself as one of Florida’s finest dance music exports with features in DJ Mag and a Mixmag “Tune of the Month.” Picking up support from artists like Kissy Sell Out on Radio One, The Crystal Method and Far Too Loud, and playing events at legendary spots such as Firestone Orlando, Fabric London, HUSH in BC and WMC Conference in South Beach have pushed him into the spotlight.______________________________________________DR. STRANGELOVE (Ego Killer/jaxlore.com)http://www.mixcloud.com/strangelve/http://egokiller.net/http://jaxlore.com/Dr. Strangelove is a veteran of the Jacksonville Florida scene has been an electronic music aficionado for many years. As a teenager he stumbled across the legendary Einstien’s club and was schooled in Indie Rock, Industrial and Rave all at one time. “I remember walking in Einstein’s and my life changed, My Bloody Valentine, Pixies, Front 242, 808 State, things just were never the same after that.” It wasn’t until his college years where electronic dance music became his obsession and he started Saturn 9 radio. Under the umbrella of a blossoming club scene Doc became enthralled with the many different styles of electronic music being produced at the time and his radio shows reflected the diversity. After college his djing has followed his love affair with electronic currents and emotional curiosity, but never straying far from creating forward motion on the dance floor.“Back in the day everything that came out was new and exciting, people didn’t care whether it was called techno or trance. Everyone was on a ride and no one knew where we were going. I like to keep that feeling with my mixes, they know there is a conductor but that train is out of control!” Whether it’s minimal techno, diva house, or something completely different, Doc likes to keep the dance floor on it’s toes.Doc has also been the editor for the electronic magazine jaxlore.com for over ten years. “Electronic music has been a passion of mine since I heard 808 State and Orbital many moons ago, the scenery may have changed but there is still amazing music being made.” Be sure to catch Doc spread the gospel of strangelove as he brings diversity in dance to the masses and watch for his first release on Ego Killer._____________________________________________JUSTIN SHURMAN (Ego Killer/jaxlore.com)https://soundcloud.com/justinshurmanhttp://egokiller.net/http://jaxlore.com/“I started buying records in the 80s so when electronic groups like 808 State, The Orb, and K-klass came to my attention in the early 90s, it was like a natural evolution from stuff like Depeche Mode and Prince. The music was and still is more dimensional than verse-chorus-verse rock. So, from ’90 on, most of my record purchases have been EDM.”“I remember DJing a couple of birthday parties as a teen and seeing how music like Kraftwerk’s ‘The Mix’ would bug people out – they had never heard anything like it. Today, it’s twice as important to keep things fresh and innovative since accessibility is no longer an issue.”“My style is usually a bit of house, techno and trance. Focusing on any good electronic music from the last 30 years. We all like to pay attention to what’s new but I can never resist sprinking in the classic and obscure. If nothing new ever came out ever again, we could all survive on backcatalogue. There’s beauty in that.”“Having a close connection to this kind of music runs kinda parallel to the vibe within the scene. In one instance, your favorite music is so right-brained, underground, and we are living in a left-brained, pop-radio world. Within the scene, you have attitude, which is the Alpha, and positivity, which is the Beta – and these forces are usually in conflict. ”

Phuk the Politics : Saturday Night Soiree at 1904 Music Hall - 02.01.2014

Inside
D ROCK 9:00PM-9:45PM / 11:15PM-12:10AM
FARACE 9:45PM-10:30PM / 12:10AM-1:05AM
MEGATRON 10:30PM-11:15PM / 1:05AM-2:00AM

Outside - EGO KILLER TAKEOVER 9:00PM-2:00AM
TED LANE
JUSTIN SHURMAN
DR. STRANGELOVE

9PM-2AM 18-UP $5

FARACE (Pyramid Recordings/Kick It Recordings/Sky Artist Management)
www.farace.info
www.facebook.com/faraceofficial
www.twitter.com/paulfarace
www.soundcloud.com/farace
Farace has recently established himself as one of Florida’s finest dance music exports with features in DJ Mag and a Mixmag “Tune of the Month.” Picking up support from artists like Kissy Sell Out on Radio One, The Crystal Method and Far Too Loud, and playing events at legendary spots such as Firestone Orlando, Fabric London, HUSH in BC and WMC Conference in South Beach have pushed him into the spotlight.
______________________________________________

DR. STRANGELOVE (Ego Killer/jaxlore.com)
http://www.mixcloud.com/strangelve/
http://egokiller.net/
http://jaxlore.com/
Dr. Strangelove is a veteran of the Jacksonville Florida scene has been an electronic music aficionado for many years. As a teenager he stumbled across the legendary Einstien’s club and was schooled in Indie Rock, Industrial and Rave all at one time. “I remember walking in Einstein’s and my life changed, My Bloody Valentine, Pixies, Front 242, 808 State, things just were never the same after that.” It wasn’t until his college years where electronic dance music became his obsession and he started Saturn 9 radio. Under the umbrella of a blossoming club scene Doc became enthralled with the many different styles of electronic music being produced at the time and his radio shows reflected the diversity. After college his djing has followed his love affair with electronic currents and emotional curiosity, but never straying far from creating forward motion on the dance floor.

“Back in the day everything that came out was new and exciting, people didn’t care whether it was called techno or trance. Everyone was on a ride and no one knew where we were going. I like to keep that feeling with my mixes, they know there is a conductor but that train is out of control!” Whether it’s minimal techno, diva house, or something completely different, Doc likes to keep the dance floor on it’s toes.

Doc has also been the editor for the electronic magazine jaxlore.com for over ten years. “Electronic music has been a passion of mine since I heard 808 State and Orbital many moons ago, the scenery may have changed but there is still amazing music being made.” Be sure to catch Doc spread the gospel of strangelove as he brings diversity in dance to the masses and watch for his first release on Ego Killer.
_____________________________________________

JUSTIN SHURMAN (Ego Killer/jaxlore.com)
https://soundcloud.com/justinshurman
http://egokiller.net/
http://jaxlore.com/
“I started buying records in the 80s so when electronic groups like 808 State, The Orb, and K-klass came to my attention in the early 90s, it was like a natural evolution from stuff like Depeche Mode and Prince. The music was and still is more dimensional than verse-chorus-verse rock. So, from ’90 on, most of my record purchases have been EDM.”

“I remember DJing a couple of birthday parties as a teen and seeing how music like Kraftwerk’s ‘The Mix’ would bug people out – they had never heard anything like it. Today, it’s twice as important to keep things fresh and innovative since accessibility is no longer an issue.”

“My style is usually a bit of house, techno and trance. Focusing on any good electronic music from the last 30 years. We all like to pay attention to what’s new but I can never resist sprinking in the classic and obscure. If nothing new ever came out ever again, we could all survive on backcatalogue. There’s beauty in that.”

“Having a close connection to this kind of music runs kinda parallel to the vibe within the scene. In one instance, your favorite music is so right-brained, underground, and we are living in a left-brained, pop-radio world. Within the scene, you have attitude, which is the Alpha, and positivity, which is the Beta – and these forces are usually in conflict. ”

DJ ROKnBOK - We Are All Phukheadz (LOOP video slideshow)
flagshipromance:

The Flagship Romance Phukheadz are STOKED to be on their way to New Orleans!! #FlagshipRomance #FRonTour

flagshipromance:

The Flagship Romance Phukheadz are STOKED to be on their way to New Orleans!! #FlagshipRomance #FRonTour

phuk the politics 8 - happily ever after.**THE MAYAN CALENDAR END OF THE WORLD PHUKHEADZ EDM HIATUS HOLIDAY EXTRAVAGANZA **It’s the end of world? Not really, but as consumers we will celebrate anything and this is no exception. So get ready, because this is what the History Channel and pop culture has fed our heads with for the past few years.Seriously, what this means to The Phukheadz is transitions in life, ending one chapter to move onto the next and to close it with the closest and biggest supporters in The L.O.O.P. A big THANK YOU to everyone involved over the past 6 years.FREE 18-upFriday, December 21, 2012 - 8pm-3am1904 Music Hall19 N. Ocean St., Jacksonville, Florida 32202featuringKINESISFARACEJOSH BINCZAKAWAREDJ ROKnBOKTED LANECHRIS FOGINCYTEGORDOGINSUMR. CYNICD ROCKDOXCYPHERTIM JARRELLMIKE COLLINSWES CENTERSSINECUREDARREN PARKSTOO FAT JAYSThe facts: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_calendar"Misinterpretation of the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar is the basis for a popular belief that a cataclysm will take place on December 21, 2012. December 21, 2012 is simply the day that the calendar will go to the next b’ak’tun, at LongCount 13.0.0.0.0. The date on which the calendar will go to the next piktun (a complete series of 20 b’ak’tuns), at Long Count 1.0.0.0.0.0, will be on October 13, 4772.”This means so much to me and my love for the number 13 that has followed me as a lucky charm my whole life. From my parties thrown on the 13th, living in building 13, entering Long Count 13.0.0.0.0 to 2013 - The Year of The Phukheadz.Let’s Phuk’n do this!!!

phuk the politics 8 - happily ever after.
**THE MAYAN CALENDAR END OF THE WORLD PHUKHEADZ EDM HIATUS HOLIDAY EXTRAVAGANZA **
It’s the end of world? Not really, but as consumers we will celebrate anything and this is no exception. So get ready, because this is what the History Channel and pop culture has fed our heads with for the past few years.

Seriously, what this means to The Phukheadz is transitions in life, ending one chapter to move onto the next and to close it with the closest and biggest supporters in The L.O.O.P. A big THANK YOU to ever
yone involved over the past 6 years.

FREE 18-up
Friday, December 21, 2012 - 8pm-3am
1904 Music Hall
19 N. Ocean St., Jacksonville, Florida 32202

featuring
KINESIS
FARACE
JOSH BINCZAK
AWARE
DJ ROKnBOK
TED LANE
CHRIS FOG
INCYTE
GORDO
GINSU
MR. CYNIC
D ROCK
DOX
CYPHER
TIM JARRELL
MIKE COLLINS
WES CENTERS
SINECURE
DARREN PARKS
TOO FAT JAYS

The facts: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_calendar
"Misinterpretation of the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar is the basis for a popular belief that a cataclysm will take place on December 21, 2012. December 21, 2012 is simply the day that the calendar will go to the next b’ak’tun, at Long
Count 13.0.0.0.0. The date on which the calendar will go to the next piktun (a complete series of 20 b’ak’tuns), at Long Count 1.0.0.0.0.0, will be on October 13, 4772.”

This means so much to me and my love for the number 13 that has followed me as a lucky charm my whole life. From my parties thrown on the 13th, living in building 13, entering Long Count 13.0.0.0.0 to 2013 - The Year of The Phukheadz.

Let’s Phuk’n do this!!!

1312 DAVE NAVARRO of JANE’S ADDICTIONCustom Phukhead: HELLO PHUKHEADInducted: 05.16.2012Location: The Florida Theatre, Jacksonville, FLEvent: Theatre of Escapists tour

1312 DAVE NAVARRO of JANE’S ADDICTION
Custom Phukhead: HELLO PHUKHEAD
Inducted: 05.16.2012
Location: The Florida Theatre, Jacksonville, FL
Event: Theatre of Escapists tour

0900 SLASHCustom Phukhead: MUTHAPHUK’N SLASHInducted: 05.09.2012Location: The Florida Theatre, Jacksonville, FL

0900 SLASH
Custom Phukhead: MUTHAPHUK’N SLASH
Inducted: 05.09.2012
Location: The Florida Theatre, Jacksonville, FL

Saturday, May 19, 2012
Drum & Bass and Jungle returns to Jacksonville at The PHOENIX TAPROOM and we are bringing in selectahs from across the state of Florida. Your DJs for this inaugural event are: CHRONO  (Orlando, FL.)… BLAP RADIO WPRK 91.5fm or www.wprkdj.orghttps://www.facebook.com/CHRONO411https://www.facebook.com/BLAPRADIOhttp://soundcloud.com/blap-radio MATT CAULDERhttp://soundcloud.com/matt-caulder/21st-funk-or-the-thinkinghttp://soundcloud.com/matt-caulder COMIChttp://deejaycomic.com/ TAYLOR WELLShttp://soundcloud.com/blkhdy/blkhdymix0001-taylor-wellshttp://www.soundcloud.com/djtaylorwellshttps://www.facebook.com/tayl0rwells?sk=wall JEFF RANDALL (St. Augustine) _______________________________________________ $5 18-up The Phoenix Taproom 325 W. Forsyth St Jacksonville, FL 32202 JOIN https://www.facebook.com/groups/jaxdnb/ for all the news on the DNB revival in Jacksonville. - viva la Phukheadz

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Drum & Bass and Jungle returns to Jacksonville at The PHOENIX TAPROOM and we are bringing in selectahs from across the state of Florida.
Your DJs for this inaugural event are:

CHRONO
(Orlando, FL.)
BLAP RADIO WPRK 91.5fm or www.wprkdj.org
https://www.facebook.com/CHRONO411

https://www.facebook.com/BLAPRADIO
http://soundcloud.com/blap-radio

MATT CAULDER
http://soundcloud.com/matt-caulder/21st-funk-or-the-thinking
http://soundcloud.com/matt-caulder

COMIC
http://deejaycomic.com/

TAYLOR WELLS
http://soundcloud.com/blkhdy/blkhdymix0001-taylor-wells
http://www.soundcloud.com/djtaylorwells
https://www.facebook.com/tayl0rwells?sk=wall

JEFF RANDALL (St. Augustine)

_______________________________________________

$5 18-up

The Phoenix Taproom
325 W. Forsyth St
Jacksonville, FL 32202

JOIN https://www.facebook.com/groups/jaxdnb/ for all the news on the DNB revival in Jacksonville.
- viva la Phukheadz

phuk the politics VII 04.20.2012
At ptp VI the lines were erased, the vibes & spirits were high and they are about to get higher on 04.20.2012 when we dig in the past, move towards the future and we do it NOW during phuk the politics VII. GORDO (coming in from Dallas, TX) DJ JIM ROCKENBACH JUSTIN SHURMAN MIKE COLLINS MR. CYNIC vs TOY CRUSHER (420 battle pt. 2) GINSU TAYLOR WELLS DEVASTATOR NAPOLEON DJ COMIC DJ HIPPY JOE SIRAPH $8 21-up $10 18-20 FRONT STAGE MIKE COLLINS 10:00 -11:15 JUSTIN SHURMAN 11:15-12:30 GORDO 12:30-1:45 DJ JIM ROCKENBACH 1:45-3:00 MID STAGE DEVASTATOR 10:00-11:00 TAYLOR WELLS 11:00-12:00 MR.CYNIC vs TOY CRUSHER 12:00-2:00 GINSU 2:00-3:00 OUTSIDE SIRAPH 10:00-11:15 NAPOLEON 11:15-12:30 DJ HIPPY JOE 12:30-1:45 DJ COMIC 1:45-3:00 LINKS ————————————————————————————————— GORDO http://soundcloud.com/gordo924 DJ JIM ROCKENBACHhttps://www.facebook.com/djROKnBOKhttp://www.justin.tv/roknbok :: http://ppl.ug/MOOsdmurIT8/ MR. CYNIChttps://www.facebook.com/pages/Mr-Cynic/137948119567854 GINSUhttps://www.facebook.com/pages/DJ-Ginsu-Russ-Clayton/125829870826695 NAPOLEONhttps://www.facebook.com/DJNapoleon JUSTIN SHURMANhttp://soundcloud.com/justinshurmanhttp://egokiller.net/?page_id=70 TAYLOR WELLShttp://www.soundcloud.com/djtaylorwellshttps://www.facebook.com/tayl0rwells?sk=wall DEVASTATORhttps://www.facebook.com/pages/Devastator/260685933974553

phuk the politics VII 04.20.2012

At ptp VI the lines were erased, the vibes & spirits were high and they are about to get higher on 04.20.2012 when we dig in the past, move towards the future and we do it NOW during phuk the politics VII.
GORDO (coming in from Dallas, TX)
DJ JIM ROCKENBACH
JUSTIN SHURMAN
MIKE COLLINS

MR. CYNIC vs TOY CRUSHER (420 battle pt. 2)
GINSU
TAYLOR WELLS
DEVASTATOR

NAPOLEON
DJ COMIC
DJ HIPPY JOE
SIRAPH

$8 21-up
$10 18-20

FRONT STAGE
MIKE COLLINS 10:00 -11:15
JUSTIN SHURMAN 11:15-12:30
GORDO 12:30-1:45
DJ JIM ROCKENBACH 1:45-3:00

MID STAGE
DEVASTATOR 10:00-11:00
TAYLOR WELLS 11:00-12:00
MR.CYNIC vs TOY CRUSHER 12:00-2:00
GINSU 2:00-3:00

OUTSIDE
SIRAPH 10:00-11:15
NAPOLEON 11:15-12:30
DJ HIPPY JOE 12:30-1:45
DJ COMIC 1:45-3:00

LINKS
—————————————————————————————————
GORDO
http://soundcloud.com/
gordo924

DJ JIM ROCKENBACH
https://www.facebook.com/djROKnBOK
http://www.justin.tv/roknbok :: http://ppl.ug/MOOsdmurIT8/

MR. CYNIC
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mr-Cynic/137948119567854

GINSU
https://www.facebook.com/pages/DJ-Ginsu-Russ-Clayton/125829870826695

NAPOLEON
https://www.facebook.com/DJNapoleon

JUSTIN SHURMAN
http://soundcloud.com/justinshurman
http://egokiller.net/?page_id=70

TAYLOR WELLS
http://www.soundcloud.com/djtaylorwells
https://www.facebook.com/tayl0rwells?sk=wall

DEVASTATOR
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Devastator/260685933974553