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Fri 04.08 | Doc Martin @ 5

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of Guns & Roses - Jimi Hendrix - Nirvana - Freddy Fs Republica - Led Zeppelin - New Order Alan Braxe - Loose Cannons - Journey - dj Dynamixx Rollin Stones - dj Sandy - DMX - Vigi - 50-Cent X-Men - LL Cool J - Lil Jon and Eastside Boyz - Dazz Band - Nina Skye - Ciara - Soul Sonic Force - Sarai - LA Dream Team - dj Icey Agent K n Deuce - Snoop Doggy Dogg - Beyonce - DeeKline and Wizard - Slyde - Shapeshifters - Eric Prydz The Bucketheads - Paul Johnson - dj Fixx - Art of Noise - Madonna - Joy Division - Gary Numan and Africa Bambataa - Peter Murphy - Thomas Dolby - Book of Love - Dr. Dee - The Killers - dj Saint Jimio...

Like what you heard? www.abnormallab.com for more mixes and fun dj info. Do you know anyone planning a party? Please fwd these links. Thanks for sharing your quality listening time. E-mail your requests & get in da mix. Take care, love somebody and stir it up - dj Saint Jimio

Bio below:

Started professionally Disc Jockeying at 14 in Honolulu at a mad dentist's office; a converted waiting room which was an exact replica of the disco in Saturday Night Fever. At 18, spun at the top spots on the main beach strip of Waikiki: Spats, Rex's and The Wave, while giving dance lessons and attending college. At 21, moved to the hottest clubs in San Francisco DNA, DV8, Kennel Club etc., at 24, partners with "d'mayor's son" and throws some of the SF Bay Area's most progressive private parties on the piers of San Francisco, A.K.A. Peer Parties, attracting and inspiring now famed scene shakers, SF to LA's DJ Doc Martin, Dave Dean of Giant, Martel of Release. At 28, relocated to Los Angeles, studies 3D animation and compositing and editing for film and web. Start a graphic design firm and a mobile dj sales & service. However motorcycles, martial arts and surfing was hardly enough so the "Saint" in Jimio’s back and hitting the Sunset Strip with exculsive jock mixes and remixes of tracks by No Doubt, Ozzy Osbourne, Barry White, Daft Punk and many more. Heard on west coast top 40, alternative rock, college, Groove and many other web radio stations and web sites. Dropping house, trance and pop on top of ol' school, electro, underground hip hop, like never before, as if it was meant to be. 80% of the time; two songs are playing simultaneously, singing to each other as in a duet, so every joint is a live remix. Consider yourself warned: Once you've heard it, you're converted.


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