Make It New with Jackmaster & Jasper James at Middlesex Lounge Line-up /Jackmaster Happy Nov... JACK is back--- and this time he's bringing his bud Jasper James (Optimo Trax) opening b2b set from John Barera and Coralcola
Jackmaster with Jasper James, Dave P. (Making Time) You never know exactly what you're going to hear with Jackmaster. The element of glorious surprise is crucial to his sets: from the lost Dance Mania gems he spends his time unearthing to forgotten Disco tracks to straight-up house and techno sets, the Numbers co-founder has more options up his sleeve than just about any other DJ out there and a rare knack for connecting seemingly disparate styles with each other. "I don't do eclecticism just for eclecticism's sake," he states firmly. What you are guaranteed to get is a master selector's instinct for creating and riding the energy of a crowd: few can get a dancefloor as hyped as Jackmaster. "I don't think about music in terms of genre, I think about it in terms of energy levels," he says and as his star has risen over the past few years, this has been on perfect display at parties from Glasgow to Berlin to New York, and from superclubs such as Berghain and Fabric to legendary underground warehouse parties. He's also proven that populist tendencies can have longevity, if done right: unbelievably, it's now 10 years since the Numbers club night was founded, forging a tight-knit and loyal scene in which Jackmaster and like-minded Glaswegian's could hone their skills. Now, the world can't get enough of their sounds: the Numbers influence has spread across clubs and into the mainstream, with names such as Jessie Ware, SBTRKT, Rustie, Hudson Mohawke and Jamie xx all having released material with the label. At the heart of Jackmaster's wide-ranging sensibility is a fundamental honesty: he believes in neither following trends nor the concept of guilty pleasures. His commitment to both honesty and energy encapsulates what can make dance culture life-changingly thrilling: it's about the clubber on the dancefloor reacting instantaneously and truthfully to the music. Few cater to that dancer as effectively as Jackmaster no mere "crowd-pleaser", but someone always guaranteed to please the crowd.
Vanguard Presents, MONTE and Jasper James Vanguard's first event entails a deep disco theme hosting, MONTE and Jasper James.
Start Time: Friday, June 18, 2010 at 9:00pm End Time: Saturday, June 19, 2010 at 4:00am Location: House of Yes Street: 342 Maujer City/Town: Brooklyn, NY View Map Description.House of Yes presents it's first Gay Gay Gay party to kick of Pride Week! Step into an exhibition of the Old World's most sexy and grotesque surviving species curated by collector and intergalactic adventurers JJ Japanime and Sam Shine. FRIDAY, JUNE 18th doors at 9pm $10 FEATURING: The return of BROOKLYN's own JASPER JAMES!! Here to PREMIER the MUSIC VIDEO for "LOVE" PERFORMANCES BY: DON PV BACKSPACE HOSTS: BRETT LORD JJ JAPANIME SAM SHINE DJ JAY FOUR SIDESHOW ACTS BY: ANYA SAPOZHNIKOVA KAE BURKE MATTHEW CAMP LAUREN HOWE KID AKIMBO JACKIE CARLSON DAN PAUL ROBERTS TERESA NASTY KYLE ROSTAN NIKKI BORODI KATHRYNE VAN ASSHEE JADE CURTIS MADALENA PAK-KEI MAK BRETT LORD DILAN WALPOLA
BUTT,DICK&PUSSY..That about sums it up folks!If you don't like these things.. I have a feeling you should stay home lol
Sounds Like: mia, santigold, twin shadows, eddy grant, Grace Jones ∆ Nightclubbing, Twin Shadow, MIA, David Bowie (Official)
Manager: CARBON 6C
Bio: 2009/2010 marked a banner year for Independent Artist Jasper James saw a brand collaboration with KIA Motors, The NBA, Skull Candy, an invitation by MTV to feature and premiere her 1st music video ever AND a Billboard Charting Single. Music has always been the driving force for Performer, Singer-...See Full Bio
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“The chart features new entries by Scissor Sisters, Rihanna and Meck Featuring Dino. The biggest gain on the chart is once again “Alejandro” by Lady Gaga, it moves up two spots to number five. *Breakouts on the chart will include Kimberley Locke with “Strobelight,” Kylie Minogue with “All The Lovers,” Jessi Malay with “On You,” Lady Antebellum with “Need You Now” and *Jasper James* with “It’s On.””