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Title: Late-night music enquiry
Post by: OnLifeAndLiberty.com - Erik on April 13, 2010, 11:55:14 am
Hello all,

This year will be my first to Porc Fest, WOOT!  I believe I've read that into the evening there tend to be some party-types and music.  What's this scene like? Is it drum circles or live rock or DJ's and turntables?  What style of music tends to occur?

I ask because I'm a tech-house/progressive DJ, and would love to meet up with anyone else into the same kinda thing while at Porc Fest.

Thanks,
-Erik
Title: Re: Late-night music enquiry
Post by: freedomroad on April 13, 2010, 12:03:47 pm
Hello all,

This year will be my first to Porc Fest, WOOT!  I believe I've read that into the evening there tend to be some party-types and music.  What's this scene like? Is it drum circles or live rock or DJ's and turntables?  What style of music tends to occur?

Everything you mentioned happened last year plus a rapper.

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I ask because I'm a tech-house/progressive DJ, and would love to meet up with anyone else into the same kinda thing while at Porc Fest.

Thanks,
-Erik

Have you seen this?
Jammin' at PorcFest 2010 -- Musicians Wanted!!
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=370490060484
I recommend contacting the admin of the event if you want to play.
Title: Re: Late-night music enquiry
Post by: Sovereign Curtis on April 13, 2010, 08:01:52 pm
While you're on facebook, look up Adam Mackler. He is in charge of the late night music.

btw, PorcFest is all about showcasing local everything. music/djs included.
Title: Re: Late-night music enquiry
Post by: OnLifeAndLiberty.com - Erik on April 14, 2010, 12:58:44 am
Well that was exactly the information I needed, thanks =)

-Erik
Title: Re: Late-night music enquiry
Post by: robin.freiheit on January 23, 2012, 02:29:38 pm
y he no like late night music anymore?