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Join us at Funxion for this special event. Omar Karim of Kreamdip [Younan Music, Jetset Music Group, Pure.FM] and Randall Jones [Bedrock, Renaissance, Saw, Little Mountain Records] will be performing an all-night tag team DJ set.
FUNXION - 1309 F Street NW
Washington DC 20004 - 202.FUNXION (386.9466)
www.FunXion.com - facebook.com/funxiondc
Randall Jones - http://www.djrandalljones.?com/
John Digweed: "Randall has DJed alongside me many times...love his style"
Nick Warren: "Very cool music"
Hernan Cattaneo: "Randall Jones...always good"
Josh Wink: "Love it when Randall does his thing"
Randall Jones is known, worldwide, as being a veteran international DJ and producer that brings an energy and a vibe to an event that is uniquely his own. Randall specializes in rocking dance floors worldwide, whether it's an intimate venue of 100 people or a massive event of 10.000. His signature sound of Cyberfunk creates a phenomenon that drives dance floors crazy as his thick bass and sublime beats emanate from the speakers. Randall has showcased his signature sound at the best clubs and festivals around the world, both as a headliner as well as playing alongside such acts as The Beastie Boys, John Digweed, Steve Lawler, DJ Tiesto and The Black Eyed Peas, among others. His music features strongly worldwide in TV ads, feature shows and on cable television. Randall Jones is based in Houston, USA but he tours extensively, playing in cities like Buenos Aires, Shanghai, Tokyo, Cordoba, Santiago, Lima, Budapest, Mexico City, New York City, Montreal, San Francisco, Amsterdam, London and many more. He is asked back time and time again to play at sold out venues because of his unique ability to rock any dance floor with a sound that is thick, sexy and dirty.
In the studio, Randall Jones produces originals and remixes that have been released on some of the best dance music labels in the world. Record labels like Bedrock, End Recordings, Saw Recordings, Hooj, Low Pressings, Deep Records and Renaissance Recordings have snapped up Randall’s work and he is consistently releasing singles as well as remixes and promoting his own record label, Mynt Music. Mynt’s home base is Randall Jones’ recording studio in downtown Houston, where he also produces music for TV shows and commercials. You can hear Randall's music broadcast on shows like CSI, Making of the Band, America’s Top Model, The Discovery Channel, Science Channel and MTV. Randall Jones is a rarity in the music industry today. He is a DJ and producer that has not achieved his status through marketing ploys, PR agents and DJ lists, but rather through years of worldwide touring and close attention to his production. He is the rare artist that caters not to the whims of an industry, but to the decades old concept that is urban music, and to the culture and people that surround it.
Omar Karim - http://www.facebook.com/om?arkarim.music
Omar Karim and Steve DiPietro merged to form the production & DJ duo Kreamdip during the summer of 2003. They’ve headlined at some of the most prestigious clubs in the U.S. and abroad. Since their alliance, they've hosted residencies in their hometown of Washington D.C., starting first at the legendary locality that was once Dragonfly, transporting later to the exotic confines of Lima. Kreamdip has been one of the most dynamic & enduring electronic music acts in DC.
During their rise to prominence, they’ve swiftly compiled an inventory of notable milestones. Kreamdip has received invitations to perform at a versatile array of venues, ranging from shows hosted by the electronic industry’s premier artists, to fashion events looking for an infusion of underground music. In 2007, they played at the Winter Music Conference in Miami, at the Mynt closing celebration, alongside Second Sun, Granite & Phunk, Seamus Haji, and host Cedric Gervais. They returned to WMC in 2008, and further fueled their rise in the industry, performing in a lineup at Nocturnal which included TV Rock, D-Formation, Adam Beyer & Paco Osuna. Other highlights include an Iky label event featuring trance legend Ferry Corsten’s clothing line, trunk shows for Nicole Miller and Gucci, hosting a weekly segment on CorzRadio, and a live show with Janis Leahy, vocalist from Deep Dish’s ‘George Is On’ album. They’ve been interviewed or featured in several media outlets including Sony Music, Go Magazine, DC Examiner, District Creatives, The Washington Post and Passiontolive.
Kreamdip’s active schedule in the studio continues to expand their discography of original records and remixes, both as solo artists and as a duo. Among their early collaborative attempts at the production realm, generated the tune 'Jumpy', which went on to be featured by Bart Cruz of Feed Me Records (Portugal), who played it on M.A.N.D.Y.'s radio show in Germany. Subsequent tunes included ‘Red Diner’ with Cold Harbour artist Jav D, and numerous bootleg remixes, including David Guetta’s ‘Just a Little More Love’ and Rachel Panay’s ‘I Still Believe’. In staying with the white label trend, they laced Eric Prydz’s ‘Genesis’ with vocals from Chanel’s ‘My Life’, drawing resounding nods from clubgoers. The mashup was showcased during radio sets on GlobalBeats.FM Germany and di.fm’s Progressive Channel.
In 2008, they cranked out multiple original releases and remixes on Eighteenth Street Lounge resident Thomas Blondet’s 202 Digital Records, several of them with tribal house artist Tony Puccio of Juicy Records. More recently, Kreamdip remixed house legend Saeed Younan’s ‘Believe’ for Younan Music, in a package that included an interpretation from Australian star Mobin Master which reached the top 10 overall chart on Beatport.com.
In addition to their joint recording efforts, they’ve also begun to explore the path of solo projects. Steve DiPietro teamed up with Puccio to construct ‘Traffic Jam’ for 202 Digital, a track that drew rave reviews from industry heavyweights Danny Tenaglia, Fedde Le Grand and Charles Feelgood. He’s also put forth ‘Take Control’ and ‘Circus Ride’ on Miami imprint Rapid Fire Records.
In 2009, Omar Karim remixed ‘Break My Fall’ by Delphi & J-Punch featuring Yoshitoshi vocalist Avalon Frost. The tune was scooped up by Los Angeles’ Jetset Music Group, operated by Ultra artists Ron Reeser & Dan Saenz. He also remixed Parisian DJ Floy’s ‘Winter Night’. He was the featured artist of the month on Pure.FM in March of 2011.
Numerous solo and joint projects are in the cue and set to emerge from this duo. They continue to move forward at a rigorous pace, pushing to solidify a position amongst the industry elite.
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