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Monday, 1 March 2010

DJ P - Live At Bootie San Francisco (March 2008)

EVERYONE knows DJ P for his contributions to blend/mashup style mixes from his Uneasylistening with Z-Trip and his many solo mixes including "Suck My Mix" & "Out Of Control". DJ P has never been one to do things the easy way and didnt like the idea of computer based "Mashups". In March of 2008 he went to "Bootie San Francisco" one of the biggest "Mashup" parties in the country and was the first DJ to throw it down there with turntables & crates of records and the crowed loved this amazing set.

Here is Bootie's add for that night:

Launched in 2003, Bootie was the first club night in the United States dedicated solely to the burgeoning artform of the bootleg mashup -- and is now the biggest mashup event in the world, with monthly parties in seven cities on two continents. Mixing and matching every conceivable musical genre, era, and style into one big dance party where everyone feels welcome, Bootie provides the soundtrack for the A.D.D. generation -- with free mashup CDs given away like candy!
Resident DJs Adrian, the Mysterious D, and Party Ben keep your brain guessing and body dancing with creative song combinations, celebrating -- and satirizing -- the many different forms of music. Guest mashup DJs from around the world are featured, and the infamous midnight mashup show showcases popular local drag and burlesque performers.
Tonight, live on stage, Bootie is proud to present DJ P, the true mastermind behind "Uneasy Listening, Volume 1," the seminal 2001 mix album he created with DJ Z-Trip. Showcasing the turntablist side of mashup culture, this rare San Francisco appearance from DJ P promises to be a treat. At midnight, Felicia Fellatio performs the mashup show, while upstairs is the return of Electro-Bootie, our monthly "club-within-a-club" showcasing electro bootlegs, remixes, and mashups, with guest DJs C-Section and Jerk Party, direct from Brooklyn, New York! DJ P Rocked It. Enjoy...



1 comment:

  1. Wow wasn't expecting to bombarded with gayness but it's San Francisco and the event is called "bootie". I should have known.

    Anyway it's a decent mix but not enough Hip Hop. Too much rock and edm for my taste.


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