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Thanks NightCulture, Thanks Insomniac Sessions, More SXSW Dance Music Shows in Austin Texas

Just received an email from our music friends at about more SXSW Dance Music Shows. Yeah!
Thanks Lindsey, Surain, and Mike The Team

Wednesday – March 16

Allen Tagle
Jason Jenkins

Ana Sia

Insomniac Sessions Latenight

3:00 AM-6:00 AM
@ Republic Live

Thursday – March 17


Dirtyphonics (Live)
Reid Speed
Mad Classy

Charles Feelgood
Christian B

MOBY’S VEGAN BBQ(Noon – 7:00pm) w/

12.00-1.00 Franki Chan
1.00-2.00 Chateau Marmont
2.00-3.00 RAC djs
3.00-4.00 Egyptrixx
4.00-5.00 Database
5.00-6.00 Skrillex
6.00-7.00 Moby

STAGE 2 (Bands)
12.00-1.00 James Yuill
1.00-2.00 Home Video
2.00-3.00 Class Actress
3.00-3.45 Jeffrey Jerusalem
3.45-4.15 Teen Daze
4.15-5.00 The Glass
5.00-6.00 French Horn Rebellion

Insomniac Sessions Latenight

3:00 AM-6:00 AM
@ Republic Live


Friday – March 18

Christoph Andersson
Toddy B

Nosaj Thing
Jamie xx (late night)

Insomniac Sessions Latenight
Insomniac, AM Only & Dipdive presents……
The Blackberry Recharge Zone

Featuring sets by:

AC Slater & Kill The Noise
Auto Body

3:00 AM-6:00 AM
@ Republic Live


Saturday – March 19


Destroyed featuring

Moby dj set (late night)
Junkie XL
Le Castle Vania (late night)
Zeds Dead
RAC djs
Ocelot (early set)
PUNCHES (early set)

Early Show @ 6pm featuring
Gun Selectah
Chico Mann
Peligrosa djs


Insomniac Sessions Latenight

3:00 AM-6:00 AM
@ Republic Live

AND Zed’s Dead, newly added to the Republic Live lineup!


Sunday – March 20

Steve Aoki
Felix Cartal
Mustard Pimp
Rob Roy


Ages: 18+
Doors: 9pm

Regular, VIP, and Insomniac Sessions wristbands @

More shows and afterhours TBA soon.

Your Insomniac wristband will get you into all the venues….very limited price >>>>>$60

Insomniac Sessions wristbands will be available to pick up at the
Spectacle Sunglasses location at 2110 S. Lamar Blvd. F, Austin, TX 78704
on Wednesday March 16 & Thursday March 17th between 11am & 7pm. If you
are unable to pick up your wristband at Spectacle Sunglasses on those
days, during those hours, it can be picked up at Republic Live starting
March 16 between 9pm & 2am.

Tickets ava at

Republic Live
301 W 5th st Ste 100

605 Brazos Street

Cheer Up Charlies
1104 East 6th Street

EclecticMethod (@EclecticMethod) is another proof that the coolest people we know Enjoymusic Enjoylife

Eclectic Method: You can’t tell us that what these guys do with music and video remixes is not cool or that they are not having fun doing it – the way it should be.

Eclectic Method at Bonnaroo 2010 from Eclectic Method on Vimeo.

What is it about Eclectic Method that inspired U2, Phish, Fatboy Slim and Public Enemy to employ their
talents? That inspired Cannes and Sundance to have them headline their closing night parties? That
impressed Motown and XL Records to hire them for official remixes; Sony PlayStation to have them
develop video games levels, and MTV Europe to have them kick-start the MTV Mash series? Simply put,
it’s because Eclectic Method is reshaping the platforms to bring us tomorrow’s entertainment today.

Eclectic Method – featuring London natives Jonny Wilson, Ian Edgar and Geoff Gamlen – helped
pioneer the emerging art of audio-visual mixing since first cutting U2’s Mysterious Ways music video with
the Beastie Boys’ Intergalactic as an experiment back in 2002. The trio’s audio-visual mash-ups feature
television, film, music and video game footage sliced and diced into blistering, post-modern dance floor
events. It’s a cyclone of music and images mashed together in a world where Kill Bill fight scenes and
Dave Chappelle’s Rick James rants are ingeniously cut and looped over bootleg samples, DVD scratches
and pumped-up dance anthems. It’s a real-time subversion of technology and media performed live on
video turntables for what LA Weekly called a “mesmerizing” sensory overload.

“Eclectic Method are the remix kings… a head-rush that unites disparate pop culture elements into an insanely infectious, beat-wise roller coaster,” raved DJ Magazine, while music-producing legend Brian Eno says, “Earwax problem? Eclectic Method will shake it loose.”

Eclectic Method have released two “video mix-tape” DVDs, 2005’s We’re Not VJs and 2008’s Lock
Up Your Videos, but millions have seen their work in other contexts. There’s the U2-commissioned Zoo TV
video remix the rockers used as a concert opener, and a mega-mix for Fatboy Slim’s 2006 DVD Why Make
Videos. XL Recordings celebrated their 10th anniversary by commissioning an Eclectic Method mega-mix
and live performance combining everyone from M.I.A. to the White Stripes, while the Bob Marley Family
and Motown have both used Method remixes to showcase their rich video catalogs. From the Jammy
Awards and Getty Images World Tour to film studios like Palm Pictures, New Line and Lion’s Gate, content
creators are lining up to invigorate their catalogue with the Eclectic Method stamp.

Eclectic Method also claims one of the freshest live shows in music. The group’s performed at
such popular events as Glastonbury, The Festival, Winter Music Conference, BBC’s One Big Weekend and
at several major film festivals. Top companies like Blackberry, Motorola, MTV, Spike TV, Oakley, Adidas,
Apple, AOL and Red Bull have all tapped Eclectic Method for content-launch parties.

With such visionary ideas, it should be no surprise the trio boasts a wealth of experiences. When
the group formed in 2002, Ian was already a popular scratch DJ and journalist. Geoff, a regular at The
Haçienda and a veteran of Manchester’s Factory Records scene, had a front row seat to the Soviet Union’s
collapse working at the British Embassy in Moscow. Jonny, who spent several trying years in post-war
Bosnia, worked as a sound engineer and beat-maker for legendary producer Brian Eno (U2, Coldplay) and
played in bands with future members of the Libertines and Razorlight. With these types of resumes,
Eclectic Method were bound to do something revolutionary… and so they have.

With Europe and Asia already jumping, Eclectic Method is readying the New World for the 2.0 AV
revolution. To expand their U.S. efforts, Jonny relocated to NYC and Ian to the City of Angels to give
American fans a jolt of the Method live show. With upcoming shows in Mexico, Canada and Brazil and
Geoff holding down the fort back home, Eclectic Method have truly become a global brand.
Back before MySpace or Facebook even existed, Eclectic Method came together to push the limits
of technology and create a window into the future. More than a half-dozen years later, they now sit at the
forefront of audiovisual entertainment with a style and technique that’s redefining the way people enjoy
music. Needless to say, it’s no longer just a Method—it’s a movement.

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DJ Olivier Gopheller Will House Your Body

Gopheller Presents ”Party Opening” (BWU RADIO DEC 2010 – MIX 2) 192Kbps by DJ Olivier Gopheller

Born in 71, he started to mix when he was 16 years old (student party, weddings and so on…) using Technics and vinyls.
The 1st CD he bought was ‘The only way is up (from Yazz)’ in 88.

From 1988 until 1996 his style was oriented ‘Dance Floor’ the cd he most played in 89′ was this famous ‘Ride on Time from Black Box’ and can’t still get tired of it today.

From 1997 until 2002 he used to play many ‘Frech House’ artist like: Bob SInclar (remixing Cerrone), Dimitri from Paris, Daft Punk and many others influenced his style a bit as well as his djing skills.

In 2002 he went in Egypt for holidays and went to a Hed Kandi party. Since that day he ‘felt in love’ with the ‘Beach House’ style, especially because the same year he heard for the 1st time a set from Dj memê, who’s for him THE reference in this style of house music.

The groovy sound of the bass, the heat of the violins, the sound of the Bossa Nova piano keys, and of course the wonderful diva’s voices are all he needs to get on fire and makes you dancing. Gopheller’s personal style is Funky-Disco-Soul, and use to play mainly the following styles for live sets:
- Vocal House
- Soulful House
- Disco House
- Funky House
- Beach House
- Latino House

But loves also to play:
- Progressive House
- Tribal House
- D & B
- Dub House Club

Some of his favorite tastes:
Favorite djs:
- Dj Memê
- Joey Negro
- Dimitri From Paris
Favorite Labels:
- Hed Kandi
- Purple Music
- Defected
- Ministry Of Sound…
Favorite females vocalist:
- La India
- Lisa Shaw
- Barbara Tucker
Favorite males vocalist:
- Kenny Bobien
- Stevie Wonder
- Darren Hayes
Favorite Band : Chic
Favorite musician : Nile Rodgers
Favorite Artist (Singer): Jamiroquai 

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Two versions of Basement Jaxx video for “Where’s Your Head At” starting with the original:

And the live performance video:

Basement Jaxx: “Where’s Your Head At” 2009 Tour Visuals (by Max Hattler) from Max Hattler on Vimeo.

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DJ Charles Feelgood at Rich’s

If you like dance music, you would have loved the music by DJ Charles Feelgood Friday night at Rich’s. Funky, Jazzy, House music. I used to have a picture of Charles wearing an Enjoymusic Enjoylife shirt. I need to find it.

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Legendary for his role in the birth of the electronic music scene in the Baltimore/Washington DC area, Charles Feelgood has built a reputation as a DJ in the international dance community through his ingenious remix skills and a dynamic brand of funky disco,electro,techno and hard house.

“I used to stay up late listening to my dad play records and decided that was what I wanted to do,” says Feelgood. His first foray into the world of dance music was in the 80′s, throwing small scale parties under the name “House of Fields”. From Depeche Mode to Aretha Franklin dance mixes – the music was very eclectic at the parties and you can hear that range of genres in Charles’s sets today.

Constantly in demand all over the world for his ability to light up dance floors with his sets of funk, acid and electro drenched house, Feelgood has received numerous accolades in his fifteen-year career. These include being named Baltimore’s Best DJ several years, and being included in Bpm magazines top 100 Dj’s several years running.Playing gigs from as far away as Russia for the Audi Car Company to working the crowd at 2007′s Cochella Festival-Charles will be busy behind the decks for the rest of the 2008 year!

Feelgood notes “I definitely try and take the listeners on a musical journey – I like to start out slow and funky and push for a harder ending, a continuous rise”.

“I’m far from a purist,” he adds. “I incorporate many styles into a single set. I play everything from disco-influenced house to acapella tracks and tech house, and I especially love bootlegs and electro influenced tracks”.

The consummated dance floor rocker, Feelgood sums up his musical mission in one sentence: “I just want to do what the name implies, to make people have a good time and go home with a great feeling”.