divaDanielle, Omega Squad, Fleetwood Smack, Pocket Underground, Sprankles
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We've got some of SoCal's hottest DJs coming through! Come dance with divaDanielle, Omega Squad, Fleetwood Smack, Pocket Underground, and Sprankles!Buy Tickets
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Genre: dance / electronic
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Pocket Underground ft J. Cush & Joe Pea
“I don’t care who you are, if you’re listening to divaDanielle, your booty is shaking!”
Known for her dynamic performances and infectious energy, divaDanielle started her career after catching a record that the infamous Darren Emerson threw into the crowd in 2003 (Grant Nelson’s “Free & Switch” for those who were wondering). After many years in the LA underground scene, she started releasing original tracks through InStereo Recordings and charting on Beatport. Her debut track (and now Diva theme song) “GhettoWork” spent 6 months on the Beatport House 100. In 2015 she struck gold with “I Got A Man,” a collaboration with DJ Dan, spending a month in the House Top 10. With a fierce desire to promote women in music alongside an affinity for unicorns, Danielle trail blazed her way through the California music scene with her self-dubbed brand, ‘Music 4 Unicorns,’ a mix of bouncy House, Bass House and Nu Disco. Much like the mythical creature, divaDanielle is one of a kind.
Catch divaD at Coachella Weekend 2 this year on the Do Lab Stage. As well as at festivals like Boogaloo Art Car and Music Festival and Lightning in a Bottle. Her forthcoming release, “Back To The Bassics,” is due out April 11th on Wülfpack.
Responsible for one of the most exciting sounds emanating from southern California dance floors, Omega Squad has personalized their unique style encompassing all areas of breakbeat. From booty breaks to high energy vocal anthems, Omega Squad's singular vibration has been felt all over the world.
The Producer/ DJ act based out of San Diego, California has seen their tracks grace some of the world’s top breakbeat DJ mixes including The Crystal Method’s Community Service Radio show best of 2015 list which featured Wes Smith's remix of their single “Show Me How To Live”. Omega Squad’s own DJ mixes have also been featured on some of the world’s top breakbeat podcasts including the legendary Armory Podcast out of San Francisco, CA.
Omega Squad hit the international breakbeat scene with their first release “Shake” in early 2015 and now have dozens of tracks on top breakbeat international labels including Juice Recordings, Zone Records, Kaleidoscope, Diablo Loco, Stars and Knights and more. In just 2 years Omega Squad has rolled out over 25 releases, all hitting the Beatport Breaks Top 100 including multiple top 10’s and “Rawk!” a #1 collaboration with DJ Icey.
Originally captivated by house & breaks and the mid 90’s east coast rave culture it spawned, Adam and Niles have been fixed on Electronic Music ever since. Though he started by playing jungle and DnB, by the height of the Rave scene in 1999, Adam was moving the dancefloor with a blend of deep and funky house. 2000 miles to the north, Niles was falling in love with house and breaks at the legendary Fever and Buzz parties of DC and Baltimore. AFter working with Buzz to bring the best talent to DC, he worked with Clockwork Productions to produce the Origin events that brought such talent as Hipp-E, Roy Davis Jr., Angel Alanis, Doc Martin, Boo Williams, Bad Boy Bill, and Dieselboy to Baltimore.
After meeting in Los Angeles and comparing collections, Adam and Niles immediately formed a comradery. With tastes so perfectly matched playing together was a natural evolution. In their first public performance atop the Charlie The Unicorn art car at Burning Man 2011, they dropped a blend of funky, dirty, and electro house & breaks that slayed the dance floor. Immediately after returning their rented Fleetwood RV they took on the name Fleetwood Smack and in the year to follow have shared the stage with such talent as TJR, Mike Balance, and DJ Dan. With a 15 year old music collection with thousands of quality tracks, and a collective 33 years of house, breaks, and techno knowledge between them, Fleetwood Smack has what it takes to curate a set that keeps the dance floor jumping.
Pocket Underground is an event production/DJ crew based out of Los Angeles and San Diego. Pocket's in-house roster of amazing DJ's have graced the stages at Lightning in a Bottle (LIB), the Gathering, Wobble, and Boogaloo Mountain Jam, West Coast Weekender and WMC to name a few.
Combined, Joe Pea (facebook.com/joepea419) and J. Cush (facebook.com/thejcush) have both been bringing their love of electronic music to San Diego and all over North America for almost 40 years. Individually, they've brought their unique styles to some of the most sought after stages along side talented artists, notably Claude VonStroke, DJ Icey, Nick Warren, Lee Burridge, Richie Hawtin, Stephan Bodzin, Cazztek, and Patrice Baumel. Joe also holds court as resident of San Diego's most established House Music weekly, Dance Klassique.
From the artist: I like being able to tell a story and take people on a journey with the music I play. Music is healing. Being able to change someone's mood for the better is such an amazing feeling!
My good friend Mikey interviewed Pumpkin for his documentary, "Heart Beat." In it Nick says something that I couldn't have said better myself.
"Getting to connect with people without actually having to say a word is a really beautiful thing. And that is what I get to do all the time basically, is share music that I really love, that I'm passionate about with a whole dance floor full of people. And yeah, it's magic. You know, there is a lot of medicine in music for sure, it saved my life." -Nicholas "Pumpkin" Alvarado