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|Bringing you a special event that is ready to unleash an underground barrage that starts before the sun goes down.
This Unholy Trinity will consist of
Jason Allen is an avid fan of electronic dance music since the late 90's, His love of electronic music and the need to be able to search for music that wasn't available on mixed cd's drove him to take his hobby to another level by 2003 as he got into dj.
As most DJ's, Jason has evolved over the years and has refined his skills, as well as his style behind the decks. No two sets are ever the same for this guy, as he plays not only to the room, but what he loves and wants to share with others on each particular night. A master of setting the mood,
he has made his rounds through the midwest playing along some of the best in Columbus, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Detroit and now in his current home of Milwaukee.
(Resident Advisor, Cleveland)
Mark Strauss's musical background began with the ubiquitous classical piano training for a decade starting at the young age of 7. By adulthood, he moved on to writing original pieces with guitar and piano, and in 1998 he picked up his first set of turntables where his musical interests was further diversified. Waxing and Waning from hip-hop to electronic in the first years of his DJ career, Mark cut his teeth in the Cincinnati music scene, playing at various clubs and eventually opening up for Moby at the MTV Campus Invasion tour at Miami University. In the years since he's transplanted himself in Cleveland, Mark has invested all possible resources into the art of DJ'ing and music production, becoming a devoted student of the art. His current endeavors merge his computer science background by performing live improvisational laptop sets utilizing Ableton Live & various hardware controllers, as well as writing his own software plugins for use in audio production and writes for Resident Advisor.
(CHC, Slo n Low Cleveland)
Coming up through the ranks in music scenes comprised mostly of hypercritical DJs over the years, itís little surprise that Justin Hartman has amassed a technical ability behind the decks that blurs the line between disk jockey and live artist. His arsenal of obscure, though jaw-dropping tracks, combined with an innate ability to program a set that moves seamlessly through any number of genres has made him a standout favorite around Cleveland. Though recently on a heady deep house binge, Justin regularly destroys dance floors playing everything from techno to breaks and even the deeper side of drum and bass. Heís truly a renaissance man as a DJ
See you Sunday March 16th starting 5-10PM
11794 Detroit Rd
21 and up: $5 cover
18-20: $8 cover
"I got love for you too but STEP! You do you and I'll do me and stay out of my face unless you want some real talk"
"Don't declare open season when you're a little black duck, ppl might start hunting"