The JAM On It Podcast is excited to share this week’s mix from divaDanielle and Erik Nelson as they both went head to head at the Tasty Noodles 8 Year Anniversary.
Enjoy this 2 hour and 42 minute mix, share it, burn it, and come see both Erik and Diva at Slinky 15 on June 27-29, 2014. For more information and tickets click on the links to the right of this post.
Their time-slots for slinky 15 are:
Erik Nelson – Friday 8pm-9:30pm. (Opening set!)
divaDanielle – Saturday 7:30pm-9pm
(Shade – Los Angeles)
- TWITTER: https://twitter.com/divadanielle
- SOUNDCLOUD: http://www.soundcloud.com/divadanielle
- BEATPORT: http://dj.beatport.com/divadanielle
- FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Music4Unicorns
divaDanielle started her life as a DJ after catching a record that Darren Emerson (of Underworld fame) threw into the crowd in 2003. What she lacks in height she makes up for in spunk and red-headed fury. Diva has built a name for herself in the LA dance music scene over the last 10 years. She has toured up and down the West Coast as well as across the country, bringing her brand of funky house and breaks or as she would call it “booty music”. As co-founder of the popular Summer day party series, Shade, she developed a distinctive multi-genre sound that always shines through and in 2011 became the music curator for the Charlie the Unicorn Art Car. In 2012, divaD released her first 2 tracks: Can I Get a…Shadow (Unicorns Booty Mash-Up) and $pend My Money (divaDanielle Remix). In 2013, she followed them up with Funky Sheriff and Royals (divaD’s You Can Call Me Queen Remix). No matter whether she’s playing a sunrise set in the Coachella camp grounds or wrecking the dance floor at a club, one thing’s for sure, you’re booty will be bouncin’! They don’t call her The Diva for nothing!
(F.A.M.I.L.Y – Los Angeles)
Starting in the misty past of the last century, Erik was taken to a party that he rather enjoyed, which started a habit of having way too much fun dancing to really loud music in unlikely places. Not too long after that first party, he had his own sound system, and carted it all over the deserts, forests and warehouses of southern California to help give other people loud music to dance to. While doing that, he noticed that DJs were having a lot of fun, and figured he should give it a shot. More than a decade after first getting behind the decks, he’s still at it, now as part of F.A.M.I.L.Y. and Camp Charlie, and as a frequent guest of the Shade day parties. Most of what he plays now falls somewhere in the giant and wonderful family tree of House music, and while exactly which branch depends on where and when, basslines are always key, funk is essential, and a little melody now and then never hurt anyone.
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