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  1. . friday, february 24th . KOLLEKTIV NYC . the sound of breaking ground . Featuring Special Guest: DJ JAGGI (Direct Drive, Ohm Resistance, Jungletrain.net) With Residents: ZAKHM DK aka bollygirlNYC DIMMSUMMER The Kollektiv crew presents yet another floor stompin' collaboration for the New York Massive. DJ Jaggi from New York's legendary Direct Drive party drops an exclusive set of tech house and breaks with some Kollektiv-style eclecticness thrown in for good measure. Joining him on the decks are residents Zakhm, DK aka bollygirlNYC and DimmSummer dropping their always fresh blend of global electronica. From New York to Chicago to San Francisco to San Diego and beyond, Kollektiv is the sound of breaking ground... @ Leopard Lounge / Sin Sin (upstairs) - Please mention that you are attending the Kollektiv party upstairs - 85 2nd Avenue @ 5th Street ENTRANCE on 5TH ST. 212.253.2222 / Subway: F, V at 2nd Ave - doors open @ 10:00 PM :: $7 cover - www.kollektivmusic.com www.jungletrain.net DJ JAGGI'S BIO Originally from India, DJ Jaggi has established himself as an important member of the Direct Drive collective in NYC. Jaggi discovered his passion for spinning records while living in Italy. His appreciation for all genres of music led him to co-found a weekly party catering to Tech House, Big Beat, and Hip Hop every Thursday night at the renowned Full Up club in Florence. Upon arriving in NYC, Jaggi began fine-tuning his skills on the turntables, incorporating multiple dance genres and styles in his record bag. In particular he is known for harvesting a unique blend of Dub/Tribal/Indian influenced Jungle and Drum & Bass. Currently he is a resident of The Pond on Jungletrain.net, handling all bookings for the show on a weekly basis. DJ Jaggi continues to play regularly alongside Direct Drive residents DJ Seoul and Burner Brothers, while opening for some of the scene's finest producers including Moving Fusion, Stakka, A-Sides, Outrage and Raw Q.
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