Holt Sorenson | 2 Feb 08:46 2009

BSP: KZSU Mon 02/02: Chris Leath / Manks / Jes-E

Please tune in to KZSU by listening to 90.1 in the Bay Area or
pointing your web browser to http://kzsulive.stanford.edu.

If you're interested in guest appearing on any of our shows
or having a mix featured contact us using our email addresses
or: electronicadjs <at> kzsu.stanford.edu

Big Love Show with Jack - Mon 3PM-6PM Pacific/US
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Jack is hosting a El Otro Mundo's Chris Leath.

Chris Leath is a wickedly talented DJ drawing from a wide musical taste to
challenge your idea of what a DJ set is. His track selection and
mixing skills are paragon. He uses these weapons to deftly conjure
and enslave musical demons indenturing them to his will as the 1200s
bow to the hands of a master.

You can find out more about Chris Leath at:
http://hsomusic.com/sh/1l

You can find out more about Jack and his show at:
http://www.thebigloveshow.com/

Eclektronik Groove w/ Holt Sorenson - Mon 9AM-12PM Pacific/US
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Next week, Holt will be hosting Manks and Jes-E, who will be throwing
down a house music session for us.

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Holt Sorenson | 9 Feb 07:01 2009

BSP: Mike Clark (Agent-X) / Rick Preston / Dru Deep

Please tune in to KZSU by listening to 90.1 in the Bay Area or
pointing your web browser to http://kzsulive.stanford.edu.

If you're interested in guest appearing on any of our shows
or having a mix featured contact us using our email addresses
or: electronicadjs <at> kzsu.stanford.edu

Big Love Show with Jack - Mon 3PM-6PM Pacific/US
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This week Jack is hosting house veteran Rick Preston.

Whether you experience Rick Preston's Dj sets in a packed club with
half naked bodies pulsating and gyrating around you in the thick
vibe, or if its at a huge rave with lasers and thousands of heads
jumping and screaming, or at a park on that sunny afternoon with
kids and families all getting down to the funky rhythms together in
unison, its always guaranteed that you will have the biggest smile
of your face after dancing to his music.

Although he started off his career playing Disco and Funk in the
early 80's, Rick used his experience in the booming 80's alternative
scene to hone his DJing skills. Rick would be part of various
nighttime gatherings for friends in bars and night clubs, leading
their nights with swooning tunes and industrial beats. And as the
music progressed, so would Rick's attraction to what would lead to
an even bigger movement, Electronic Music.

In the early 90's, Rick became involved with promotion alongside his
frequent Dj gigs. Amongst some of the Bay Area greats, such as
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Holt Sorenson | 16 Feb 19:19 2009

BSP: patrick wilson / jojo torres

Please tune in to KZSU by listening to 90.1 in the Bay Area or
pointing your web browser to http://kzsulive.stanford.edu.

If you're interested in guest appearing on any of our shows
or having a mix featured contact us using our email addresses
or: electronicadjs <at> kzsu.stanford.edu

Big Love Show with Jack - Mon 3PM-6PM Pacific/US
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This week Jack is hosting Patrick Wilson and Joseph 'jojo' Torres.

Patrick Wilson is no stranger to Bay Area house heads. His style of
soulful house music always draws crowds interested in dancing to the
best and latest dance music out there. After listening to him for
just a couple of minutes, you will undoubtedly know that his
inspiration is classic soul music from the Philadelphia sound to
Motown. He will be joined at tables by resident DJ David Harness,
who is another familiar face to those who know just what good dance
music is. If this is you, see you there.

More about Patrick at:
http://hsomusic.com/sh/33
http://hsomusic.com/sh/32

Long before the spark that ignited Joseph 'jojo' Torres passion and
love for house music, there were his b-boy days. His early exposure
to street life and his younger years breaking and battling to early
hip hop eventually planted the seed that House Music nourished and
cultivated into a passion behind the decks that he still maintains
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Holt Sorenson | 23 Feb 18:30 2009

BSP: j.phlip from dirtybird records

Please tune in to KZSU by listening to 90.1 in the Bay Area or
pointing your web browser to http://kzsulive.stanford.edu.

If you're interested in guest appearing on any of our shows
or having a mix featured contact us using our email addresses
or: electronicadjs <at> kzsu.stanford.edu

Big Love Show with Jack - Mon 3PM-6PM Pacific/US
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This week Jack is hosting somebody, cuz he always does!

I didn't get a hold of him in time (doh!) so I'll
send an update later today. But tune in, cuz it's
always great!!!

You can find out more about Jack and his show at:
http://www.thebigloveshow.com/

Eclektronik Groove w/ Holt Sorenson - Mon 9AM-12PM Pacific/US
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Holt is doin' his thang up in tha' studio at KZSU and will be
joined by j.phlip of dirtybird records, dotbleep, and nightlight
music.

J.Phlip, known to most as Jess or Jessica Rose Phillippe. She was
completely ruined when she discovered house music in her hometown of
Champaign, IL just 2 hours south of Chicago. This location might
help describe the how or why behind this unique genre bending blend
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Holt Sorenson | 2 Mar 19:45 2009

BSP: tony hewitt / martin o'brien / ravi pina

Please tune in to KZSU by listening to 90.1 in the Bay Area or
pointing your web browser to http://kzsulive.stanford.edu.

If you're interested in guest appearing on any of our shows
or having a mix featured contact us using our email addresses
or: electronicadjs <at> kzsu.stanford.edu

Big Love Show with Jack - Mon 3PM-6PM Pacific/US
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This week Jack is hosting Martin O'Brien and Tony Hewitt.

Martin O'Brien is one of the most prominent figures of Bay Area
underground history. He's the organizer of the legendary "Gathering"
& "Basics" parties in which DJs like Tony, Jeno, Garth, Spun, and
Josh were the residents, and the prevailing sounds of the day were
acid & tribal house. Every old-schooler knows these parties and
every old-schooler knows how influential they were.

You can find out more about Martin O'Brien at:
http://hsomusic.com/sh/43

Tony Hewitt has been working with Mark "Blakkat" Bell to do live
music for the MoMusic events in the Bay Area.

A native of Manchester, England, Tony came to the U.S. in 1988.
While living in Southern California, he discovered L.A.s Underground
warehouse parties where hed hear DJs like Doc Martin, Steve Loria,
Barry Weaver and Michael Cook - who inspired him to start DJing.

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