by | Mar 30, 2010 | PODCASTS

BOUNCE is back with some good Kitty grime!

Tastemakers Reinhold and Jennings bring you BOUNCE, our showcase of the best in local and regional deejays sets.

BOUNCE is back with some good Kitty grime!

Tastemakers Reinhold and Jennings bring you BOUNCE, our showcase of the best in local and regional deejays sets.
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The Basskitty

Dan Keller aka The Basskitty is a lifelong musician: although as a DJ he spins Dubstep, Hard Drum & Bass and Hardcore, he enjoys every kind of music and tries to incorporate live music with DJ sets by playing instruments along with other djs (usually saxophone & hand percussion). He’s recorded many samples for house & breakbeat producers and loves doing studio sessions with other artists and collaborating. He’s open for studio work as well as DJ bookings so hit him up!
Dan owns a small business providing music lessons throughout Montgomery & Bucks county PA and teaches saxophone & guitar privately. He studied saxophone for 18 years, including six years at a conservatory in Prague, Czech Republic and six years of university training stateside in music theory, music education and digital audio production. He’s held internships doing live sound and studio recording and still loves audio work. At the moment he’s producing his own original music.

Here’s a description of the NYE Mix:
This mix is live from Konkrete Jungle, Philly on New Year’s Eve! It includes lots o’ the Basskitty’s favorite dubstep tracks from 2008 & 2009. It’s very aggressive and dancey – nothin’ but raunchy, hard dubz. So get crunk, crank up the volume and dance like a fool!

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John Reinhold

John Reinhold

John Reinhold is currently CXO of Inkwell Ventures Inc. which owns and operates RVA Magazine and GayRVA. Also, he is a deejay with PLF, husband and father to a couple of great kids.

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