Orlando native and Cash Money rapper Caskey performs at our place on Friday, August 14th. Whenever he's perfoming in town, it's always one heck of a homecoming party. This time around, he's got a whole new slew of material from his upcoming record Black Sheep 2. Get a preview from the video on WorldStarHipHop.
To give you some insight into the mind of Caskey before Friday's show, we asked him 5 quick questions. Here are his straight-to-the-point answers.
We’re excited to let you know that we’re hiring new team members. That includes bartenders, barbacks, servers, bussers, security, interns, etc. All the info is in the graphic above, but in case you absorb info differently, here’s all the details below.
Step 1: email your photo and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 2: show up to the venue on either Tuesday, August 25th (2-4pm) or Thursday, August 27th (6-8pm)
Step 3: be awesome and cross your fingers
If you’re interested, we hope to see you out there on the given dates. If you know someone who might be interested, share with them this link or the infographic.
Dutch producer Bakermat arrived to DJ stardom a little differently than most. At 18, he went to college in the Netherlands to be a psychologist. In his spare time, he started to play around with his core music genres: house, jazz, and soul-- with little intention of becoming a full-time DJ. Well, his unique style of EDM caught on pretty quickly, especially in Germany and Austria, and the rest is history.
If you've never listened to Bakermat and you've made it this far in the blog post, we can't encourage you enough to listen to his 2 main tracks below. It might just be the most unique-sounding EDM you've heard in awhile. It's jazz and house music, beautifully blended together.
For fun, tell us which of the 2 tracks below you like the best. Comment on this post or on Facebook.
Even though their bass strips the paint off our walls, Canadian dubstep duo Zeds Dead are always welcome in Orlando. They're welcome for more than a couple reasons: they create great tracks, they manifest awesome parties, they give away a lot of music to their fans for free, and they tour relentlessly.
Another thing the guys are known for is their heavy bass, and there's one remix by Zeds Dead that a lot of fans forget about (but we didn't). We think this might be their most bass-heavy track in their now-expansive track list. What do you think?
Orlando might not be known as hip hop haven, but that might be changing soon. There is plenty of hip hop talent in central Florida, and it's growing. The Scene is a re-occurring event that showcases some of our area's best hip hop artists, and we're not just talking rappers-- it encompasses the whole culture. That includes, rappers, singers, hip hop bands, b-boys, b-girls, visual artists, designers, etc on 3 stages inside our venue.
Back in March, we hosted The Scene I (see photos here). Naturally, we had to do a Scene II because Orlando's got too much talent to fit into a single event. To help you navigate the party better, we provided all the set times for each stage. Share with your friends who are attending.
First off, the DJ Snake show will sell out. So, if you're reading this and haven't gotten your ticket yet, you need to secure your tickets ASAP (ticket link). Go!
Now that we know your ticket is secure, it's time to learn some DJ Snake-friendly dance moves. Each of the below dance routines is taken from a popular DJ Snake music video. To isolate the move, we created custom animated GIFs.
If you happen to find any of these GIFs entertaining, feel free to steal them and share.
Atlanta trap DJ Bro Safari is making his anticipated return to Orlando on 7/23, and we're pumped. Every single time Bro comes into town, the party animals come out in full force. The trick-- unlike traditional safaris that simply hope that the animals show up, Bro Safari uses audio bait.
These 3 tracks below are some of the DJ's best chum. Comment at the bottom of the post with your favorite BS tracks. Hope to see you at the show.
When we were brainstorming ideas for a blog post about the Between The Buried & Me / Animals As Leaders concert that's happening on Thursday night, we ran through a handful of ideas
A straight-forward post that showcases the bands' most popular songs (been there, done that)
An interview with one of the bands (could be cool, but waited too long)
The history of the bands (eh)
The best lyrics from the bands (one of the bands has NO lyrics)
Creating a world where animals where actually leaders (ding! ding! ding!)
Before we get ridiculous though, we want to make sure you know that we absolutely love both bands. They're heavy. They're melodic. They're well-crafted songs.
You're probably aware of Between The Buried And Me, but you might not be aware of Animals As Leaders. AAL is kind of like Between, but their songs are all instrumental. The cool part is, you don't really miss the lyrics. Listen to their brand of instrumental metalcore by going to their Spotify.
Now, enjoy our mini Photoshop art gallery of Animals Actually As Leaders...