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Bakman quickly rose to the top, playing in Festivals across the nation (Winter Music Conference, Sundance, Blast Off, Burning Man, Fetish & Fantasy Ball, Love Festival Arizona, Love Festival Hawaii, Love Festival Mexico) where herds of loyalists would venture to hear unforgettable sounds. Bakman has proven to be a force to be reckoned with playing with some of the best like Junior Sanchez, Bassjackers, Baauer, Doc Martin, Justin Martin, AC Slater, DJ Craze, DJ Reza, Flosstradamus, Darude, Scooter & Lavelle, and Kristina Sky. With releases on Brobot Records and Saturday Night Sessions, Bakman continues to make noi- se on the charts. Having laid guitars for Junior Sanchez, Steve Angello, An21, Max Vangelli and the Size Records Family’s tracks set to release this year, this is yet another precursor that is yet to follow for this young dominate DJ of EDM.
Already a force in the Southern California club scene, David Delano is expanding his
horizons and looking at bringing his brand of House and Club music to the world. David
released a remix of Shannon's Let The Music Play on Oakenfold’s label Perfecto which hit
#2 on Itunes Dance Charts. He was asked by Richard Vission to join the twenty year old
mixshow institution of PowerTools. David is quickly becoming an accomplished producer
and ambassador of dance music. House music is his greatest influence and to quote the
man “House music is a way of life!”
Keeping listeners captivated and entertained, Inferno delivers a truly electrifying experience when behind the decks. From Hip Hop to Mainstream EDM, Inferno’s greatest strength is his ability to draw from multiple genres of music to create a unique sound that is unmatched by anyone else in the game. As a DJ for LA’s top Hip Hop radio station, Power 106 FM, Inferno also contributes to breaking some of LA’s newest music artists and can be heard across the airwaves.
Originally hailing from the city that founded “Grunge Music”, DJ Triple XL decided banging your head and thrashing into people wasn’t for him and fell in love with hip hop and house music instead. He set his sights on a fast paced New York City that introduced him to the life as a “Celebrity DJ” before ending up in LA, City of Angels. Now mixing for L.A.’s #1 Hit Music Station 102.7 KIISFM, DJ Triple XL has made a splash on the Hollywood scene.When he’s not mixing for the radio, you can catch him on stage personally djing for artists anywhere from the Jonas Brothers and Diddy. You may also see him opening for music veterans like Jay Z, Snoop Dogg, and Ciara. Playing exclusive nightclubs such as Supper Club Los Angeles, Tao Las Vegas, and Liv Miami or private events for Playboy, GQ, NFL, Sean John, TMobile, NBC, NBA, or any one of the many movie and TV wrap party he has done.
A los angeles native, DJ Weatherman has established himself as one of the up and coming open format DJ’s to watch out for in 2015. Both consistent and diverse, Weatherman’s sets display his deep childhood roots in the LA music scene.Whether playing at a Hollywood hot spot or a private event, he provides the room with energy that is sure to be remembered.