Sat, 8 Nov 2014
Tech-House / Techno / House
Justin Hartman (CHC - Cleveland)
Graph & The Funk Detective (CHC/Tek-Know? - Cleveland)
Blak On Blak[Stout XTC & Encyclopedia Brown] (CMHA/Next Level - Cleveland)
J.Phlip (DIRTYBIRD/Pets - San Francisco)
Them House Guys (Soul:R Sound System - Akron/Canton)
1 Auxy (Tek-Know? - Akron)
Anthony Jimenez (Khombat - Cleveland)
Dub-Step / Juke / Bass Music / Drum and Bass / Techno
Jea Leigh & Emplate (CDNBC- Cleveland)
JSly (Diverse Entertainment - Salem)
Stylusoul and DayWalker feat. JMC of Dub Terrorists (Soul:R Sound System/330Whomp - Akron)
The Machinist (Between Two - Youngstown)
Thunder St. Clair (Sub:Fix Cleveland/Badman Press/BASED - Cleveland)
Damien Lauderbach of Organic Soundsystem (Akron)
Next Level / Soul:R SoundSystem / algoRhythm
WHEN LEPRECHAUNS ATTACK!!!
Feat. J.Phlip (Dirtybird | Pets)
FULL SCALE TWO STAGE EVENT with PROFESSIONAL LIGHTING, LAZERZ, SOUND and DECOR by Delirium Lighting and Soul:R Sound System
THE PARTY WILL NOT STOP THIS EVENING! We are keeping the club open with music and serving you BREAKFAST, BEATS, and GREEN BEER!!! Afterparty DJs to be announced at a later point(we think you'll be pleased)!!!
This year we are going to be rolling into St. Pats with full effect. J.Phlip of San Francisco's based record label DirtyBird will be with us to bring the party to the next level. This is her first time out to North East Ohio so let's show her how we do it. If you have caught any of the DirtyBird shows of the past few years you will know what to expect. Justin Martin rocked B-sides two years back. Then Claude VonStroke killed it at the House of Blues last year. Now it's time for J.Philp to destroy the Lounge.
To ensure the best party for all of you The Lounge/ Backstage Night Club will be staying open from Friday night straight into St Pats. So forget having to leave and find an after party some where else. We are going to be having it right here. Once the official party comes to a wrap we are going to a have a whole new line up of djs to keep your morning going. The Lounge will be starting off the day severing up breakfast. Then at 5am the Green Beer will start flowing and the St Patty's debauchery begins.
J. Phlip (pronounced J Flip) known to some as Jessica Phillippe discovered house music in her hometown of Champaign, Illinois, just 2 hours south of Chicago.
Sometime around her 19th birthday she got her first DJ rig - two belt drive turntables and a mixer lacking EQ knobs for $100 bucks! From then on, her poor roomates were forced to listen to a constant dance party in-between her Systems Engineering studies. There aren't a lot of 4.0 brainiac engineering majors who decide to become DJs instead of cashing in on their degrees but Jessica truly loves the music and has dedicated her life to it.
Her proximity to Chicagos famous house scene tremendously affected her sound, but the distance afforded her the freedom to incorporate a variety of other influences into her repertoire. Her sets possess a fun, "lets-not-forget-this-is-dance-music," feeling and simultaneously keep you guessing about what might come next. Her collection spans house, tech house, deep house, techno, booty bass and pretty much anything that makes you shake your ass.
Jessica's skills on the decks and in the studio have secured her highly desirable spot as an official member of the Dirtybird crew, after signing her first record to them in 2008. She is currently Claude VonStroke's favorite support DJ and has already played at amazing high profile gigs like Fabric, Space Ibiza, Back to Basics, and Watergate. She was also chosen for URB Magazine's Next 100 of 2009 and is currently residing in Berlin (but is often back and forth between there and her previous home of San Francisco). Look out for her upcoming productions on dirtybird, Pets, and Krush Groove. She WILL be making asses shake on the dancefloor and she's just as excited about it as the day she got her belt drives!
Sat, 8 Nov 2014
Mon, 10 Nov 2014
House of Blues
Wed, 12 Nov 2014
Mon, 17 Nov 2014
Contemporary Art Centre
Tue, 18 Nov 2014
Wexner Center for the Arts