Tag Archive: DJ

Nov 19

The Tightrope of A Circus Recordmaster

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    A pioneer of dubstep. A true BASS-music virtuoso. His family and close friends might call Mr. Steele by his given name, Joshua, but the massive crowds that his music draws know him affectionately as “Flux Pavillion.” I was fortunate enough to get the chance to sit down with Josh to discuss his personal …

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Nov 19

Time To Wake Up And Rave

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    Unless you live in the rarified air at the top of the “layer cake,” most of the world has to go to work. Regardless if it’s to support: family, vices, travel, or just the basic needs to sustain life, the fact that most goods and services have a cost, is inescapable. Anyone with …

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Sep 18

“The Journey From Mix-Tapes To Touch Screens”

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    Music has the power to reach us all in very different ways. It can open our hearts to new ideas. It can permanently forge a bond with a stranger. It can transport you. It can move you. For some, that are seeking an unforeseen opportunity, it can inspire you to find the light …

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Jul 01

“A Laser-Guided Immortal Eye Can See Eternity”

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  Point and shoot. Run and gun. Steady hands. Keen eye. A meticulous approach applied methodically should have but one desired outcome: that moment where it all comes together. For any photographer trying to capture an isolated aspect of an experience or an environment, so it can be perpetually revisited, that immortal moment is what …

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Apr 30

“Let The Music Free Your Mind”

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  Society has elevated contemporary musicians, defining them as a necessary and elite class of performers. When a person thinks of international superstar DJs, their mind may wander to: private jets, soccer stadiums filled with excited fans, clubs in Vegas, the glitz, and the glamour. They don’t think of the artist as a regular person …

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