See also: Vol. 43: DJ Redsean See also: Vol. 44: T0MMYL33J0N3Z Gina Garza has only been spinning for a little over a year now, but rather than running out and purchasing the latest software like many newcomers, Garza is learning how to DJ the traditional way, with vinyl and a turntable. "I bou ... More >>
OK, it's been a while, but the DC9er mixtape series is officially back in action. We're resurrecting the weekly DJ profile with a Q&A and mixtape from Dallas' '90s hip-hop enthusiast, DJ Sissy Ross. Check out her Q&A and original mix below.
DJ NVS got his start spinning records 15 years ago. "I have always been around music, and had a few friends that were already DJing," he says. "One day, I said to myself, 'Hey, I can do that!'" So, he did. And now the California native has made a name for himself as a DJ in the metroplex. For ins ... More >>
DJ Love isn't a Dallas native, but the seasoned DJ has made quite the name for himself around these parts thanks to several weekly gigs, a monthly gig, his own record label and an album that's about to drop. A few other things distinguish him from the rest of the local cop: For one, he exclusivel ... More >>
Growing up, James Genova spent hours watching DJs spin at parties and clubs. He was just interested in the mechanics of playing music, and, soon after, he became determined to figure it out for himself. At the tender age of 16, James Genova (who DJs under his last name) took it upon himself to ge ... More >>
Friday, November 20,at Hailey's Club in Denton