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2017 DJ line-up
Red Dress 2016 DJ line-up
_ _______________________ Effortlessly gliding between electro and house, Cake Fvcker has played massive festivals like Burning Man and major Northwest events like Glow Job, Summerween, Love Phenomenon, He has opened for Dj Dan, Donald Glaude, Late Night Alumni, Drums on Acid and The Funk Hunters. ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-
DJ Chelsea Starr started djing in San Francisco in 2000. She ran several parties there, including the legendary Hot Pants. She’s played all over the country, at big and little parties, gay and straight. In Portland you can find her spinning a couple times a month at saucebox, and at the parties Judy on Duty and Lez Do It.
“Being a DJ isn’t just about being a good DJ, you have to look sexy too. Duh- that’s hot.” – Paris Hilton aka the world’s #2 DJ – second only to Buckmaster.
Portland was weird and now that more techies are here and raising out rents— we really gotta start to freak them out. Let your freak flag fly with PDX party princess Buckmaster. Resident trouble maker at Club Kai-Kai, NecroNancy, and Sad Day PLUS International homemaker, songwriter to the stars like Raja Gemini and Rap Girl, person who single handedly made La Croix “a thing”, the reason that the Taco Bell on Burnside and Broadway got rebuilt, and voted #7 best/okay DJ in town. Expect a set with songs you forgot about, songs you wish you would forget, and at least one thing that is highly inappropriate.
Since 2005, Mr. Charming has been DJ’ing, organizing and promoting parties in Portland, Oregon. Her most popular project, Gaycation, was a
monthly party and one of Portland’s longest running queer dance nights. Back in February Gaycation celebrated it’s 10th anniversary and the final edition of the party. Mr. Charming has always focused on highlighting local queer talent but has also worked with artists such as Spinderella, Venus X, Kim Ann Foxman, JD Samson and MEN. She is the musical curator and performs for Flare, an annual Pride benefit hosted by Portland Monthly Magazine. Other collaborations include Lez Do It, a monthly event, at Killingsworth Dynasty in North Portland that is co-hosted by fellow Red Dress DJ, Chelsea Starr. Mr. Charming always brings positive energy to any dance floor by mixing a variety of music from house to pop, and everything in between.
David Sylvester produces and DJs edgy techno and house that finds inspiration equally in the past and the future. He is one half of Two Dudes in Love, and one third of the team behind Friends With Benefits Records. He is a resident DJ of Playground in Portland, and he hosts the Friends With Benefits radio show, which airs Saturdays at 11pm Pacific Time on Wild Planet Radio. He produced remixes for Bright Light Bright Light ft. Elton John, Nark, La Fraicheur and Greg Kozo, Microfilm, Vain Hein, Double Duchess, Marti Gould Cummings ft. Big Dipper and Walker Lukens. He has contributed podcasts to Honey Soundsystem, Jacktone Radio, Bottom Forty, Gays Hate Techno, Want It! Radio, and Electronic Music Bears. He has performed on bills with Cherushii, Jeno, Carlos Souffront, Gay Marvine, David Harness, Double Duchess, Juan Ramos, Nark, Futurewife, and more.
Orographic grew up sneaking off to parties in the New England rave scene
and collecting illegal mix tapes from DJs. Inspired by the urgent sounds
and energetic temples of dance music Orographic built his own DJ gear
from a hodge-podge of electronics and has DJing ever since. In his sets
he weaves together a seamless sound that travels from house to disco
cuts to strange techno to outerspace magic and even some rave classics.
For Orographic it’s about sharing a musical story that’s both parts fun
and strange. You can find Orographic playing up and down the coast in
dimly lit basements, sunny patios, and everywhere in between. Orographic
is the co-organizer of Queerlandia, a founding member of Bridge Club,
resident at Family Home Evening and the man behind Spookitinis.
Music has been forever entrenched in Dj Jakob Jays life. Having a huge record collection by the age of 18, Jakob started his professional musical career with some smaller clubs in Washington DC. The journey that Jakobs talents have taken him go from east to west coast and even into Canada. You can catch Jakob every Friday night at CC
Slaughters in Portland OR playing everything from top 40 remixes, to house, to EDM with a mission of making club goers unable to fight the urge to dance the night away.