thepotsie posted a topic in Los AngelesDivera Productions and Dynagroove are pleased to welcome No Assembly Firm (Dan X & Justin Long), Chicago Most Requested House Music Djs!!! on Friday August 10th @ KINESIC 1652 N Cherokee Hollywood CA 90028 No Assembly Firm has surfaced as one of the premier duos in the house music industry. Hailing from the windy city of Chicago, Dan X and Justin Long joined forces in 2002 and have since accomplished original and remix work for a list of highly acclaimed record labels, including projects for Cajual, Music For Freaks, Aroma, No No Records, Robsoul, Doubledown, Select Recordings and many more. Since itâ€™s conception, the No Assembly Firm has produced and remixed over two dozen projects including recent remix work for Cajmere and the Freaks. Aside from their vinyl releases, the duo has also licensed their work to various mix compilations for fellow Chicago heavy hitters, such as Mark Farina, Johnny Fiasco, Heather, Miles Maeda and Diz. Kinesic 2nd and 4th Friday every Month @ Boardners 1652 N Cherokee Hollywood CA 90028 www.myspace.com/kinesicla 21+| $10 Cover | $10 Boardners Valet or free street parking +++MUSE (Drum&Bass) on the Patio featuring Maldini, Gridlock, Phear, & Circuit www.clubmuse.com
thepotsie posted a topic in Los AngelesFriday, February 16th Miles Maeda (Aroma.oUVre.Om Records) www.milesmaeda.com www.myspace.com/djmilesmaeda @ POCKET O.F. www.myspace.com/pocketonfridays Spinning house and electrohouse every friday night in cool bar with amazing outdoor patio. Resident DJs CADE (Free Thinking, DynaGroove, LA) and Cache (Cachemusic, LA) along with weekly special guests provide the music in Hollywood's coolest-undiscovered new spot. CHEAP BOOS, AMAZING OUTDOOR PATIO, 21+ w/ID, $5 Cover 1611 N El Centro, Hollywood, CA, 90028 BIO from www.undergroundhouse.net :: Miles MaedaMiles Maeda was one of the pioneering members of Chicagoâ€˜s club and rave scene in the early 90â€™s. Originally hailing from Hawaii, Milesâ€˜ influence in the Midwest was unique and made longlasting impressions. His classical background and training inspired him to experiment with many different styles and genres which shone forth in his prolific studio productions and live performances, enriching Chicago for many years. With his partners DJ Colette and Josh Werner (Antenna), he co-founded the 'Material' night at Shelter, a weekly event supporting and featuring new house music from '94-'96. It provided a home for artists like Derrick Carter, Mark Farina, Sneak, Diz, Cajmere, Moodymann, Herbert and many others. He also develop an ambient/downtempo night, 'Atmospheric Audio Chair', along with Josh and Ken Waagner (Hit It) from '93-'95 which became a favorite haunt of one Mixmaster Morris. And his current residency at the Smartbar, celebrating 8 years (1998-2006), has also been an anchor in the new house music scene along with nights featuring Smartbar co-residents DJ Heather, DJ Colette, Kaskade and Justin Long (No Assembly Firm). Miles' creative projects continued to blossom after his relocation to California where he created such works as 'Things Are Things' EP (Aroma), 'Tell Me Why' EP (Lowdown), and 'The New House Sound of Chicago' (Igloo/Smartbar/Shure). His current projects include the 'Three Easy Piecesâ€˜ EP (Dae), 'Iâ€™ts My Worldâ€˜ EP (Bump) and 'Iâ€™ll Be A Freak For You' remix for Swirl People (Aroma). Alongside his creative music lifestyle, Miles is also a certified yoga teacher (World Evolution Yoga), traveling the world (Traveling Love Show) to share these tools of transformation alongside his DJ shows. He also runs a DJ/music production program (DJ Evolution) to assist those wishing to cultivate a deeper creative connection to DJing and electronic music production. Now residing in Los Angeles, Milesâ€˜ current endeavor is his new record label (Bopsa) which will feature releases by Derrick Carter, Lawnchair Generals and Swirl People.