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  • Trevor Lamont - &quote;Why Don't You Move To Chicago?&quote;

    Trevor Lamont - "Why Don't You Move To Chicago?" Trevor Lamont of Grand Reserve has been a DJ since college in 1987. During that time house was starting to take hold within the Philadelphia scene. Temple University and the University of Pennsylvania would have parties which were half house and hip hop. Trevor started playing records in 1987, and was influenced early by the likes of Frankie [...]

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    ZEBO - &quote;We See Ourselves The Way That We Think Others See Us&quote;

    ZEBO - "We See Ourselves The Way That We Think Others See Us" Zebo packs a cut-up crateful of styles, from hip-hop and B-more to French, Electro, Disco and even a nasty snippet of a techno track or throwback freestyle gem. While this maximal approach might be increasingly common among DJs who cater to the ADD-riddled mash-up club casualties, Zebo stays head and shoulders above the rest for [...]

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    Cameron Kelly - &quote;I Was Able To Be Honest With Myself&quote;

    Cameron Kelly - "I Was Able To Be Honest With Myself" Cameron Kelly, a Dj born in New Orleans in the late 70's, started his journey as an audiophile at the very young age of 4 when he was given his first phonograph. He soon found that it was his mothers Disco 45's that captured his ear rather than the read-along books that came with it. Having been raised by a young woman of the 70’s, a Father [...]

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    Mystic Bill - &quote;Can I Get On Your List?&quote;

    Mystic Bill - "Can I Get On Your List?" Bill's introduction to the dance music scene began during his teen years while growing up in Miami. Armed with a fake id, he would frequent a lot of the local clubs & gallery events. During the time he began an extensive record collection and had a chance to play at clubs like Club Nu and the A House before he was even of age. In those days it was [...]

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    Mauritzio Baiocchi - &quote;Every Day There Is Something That Reminds Me Of Where I Come From&quote;

    Mauritzio Baiocchi - "Every Day There Is Something That Reminds Me Of Where I Come From" S&S: What's your style of music? How do you describe it? Mauritzio: I personally love everything 'that makes me move musically and atmospherically, my style is a fusion of House / Soul / AfroHouse / Deep / Acid and electronics, Dark and solar. I Started DJing at the end of the 80 ,then passed through [...]

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    D3RKIN - &quote;When I Was Younger I Used To Get Picked On&quote;

    D3RKIN - "When I Was Younger I Used To Get Picked On" D3RKIN Chicago native has been in the scene for close to two decades playing small to large scale events. Over the years D3RKIN played alongside music industry heavy hitters Daft Punk, Derrick Carter, Roy Davis Jr., & Paul Johnson to name a few. As a producer D3RKIN's music has done well getting support from House music legends like Mark [...]

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    DJ LIL' JOHN™ - &quote;I'm A Low-Key Computer Geek&quote;

    DJ LIL' JOHN™ - "I'm A Low-Key Computer Geek" DJ LIL' JOHN™ is without question one of Chicago's most well-known DJs. Nationally and internationally, millions of listeners have heard his "hands do the talking", as he mixed a variety of music on-the-air for almost three decades!! From the college radio station WKKC 89.3fm (1980's), summer guest spots on the Top 40 powerhouse WBBM 96.3fm [...]

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    Milty Evans - &quote;I'm My Worst Critic&quote;

    Milty Evans - "I'm My Worst Critic" Milty is a veteran of the Chicago dance scene starting in the business in high school. Learning the art of djing and working decks to rock the party came second nature. Working his way up the local scene with djs like Derrick Carter, Diz,and even Mark Farina. Milty has been a mainstay at the hottest clubs chicago has to offer from Shelter, Elixer, Karma to [...]

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    DJ Ashton Abels - &quote;Talk Less Do More&quote;

    DJ Ashton Abels - "Talk Less Do More" Hailing from The Mother City Of South Africa with a reputation of being a technical Genius behind the Vinyl or CD decks, DJ Ashton Abels talents have been seen all over the country. Abels is a music scholar, forever developing his craft and refining it to unmatched levels. Evidence of this is the level of flexibility and quality he shows across music genres [...]

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    Deejay Threejay - &quote;I Still Love The Underground&quote;

    Deejay Threejay - "I Still Love The Underground" S&S: What's your style of music? How do you describe it? Deejay Threejay: House music… Feel good music, Jack your body music I also like to beat some techno. S&S: Who or what was most instrumental to you when it came to music? Deejay Threejay: This is a big question given I grew up to the sound of House music in Chicago… Julian [...]

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