SEPTEMBER PODCAST! DJ Grind released an all-new mix is ready for download via iTunes (http://iTunes.djgrind.net/) or Podmatic (http://djgrind.podomatic.com/) including tracts for the upcoming Red Dress Party in Sacramento! Grab it while it’s RED hot!
DJ GRIND (Stephen Massey) is one of the country’s most sought-after up-and-coming DJs. With a sound firmly anchored in uplifting vocal house, DJ GRIND takes his dance floor on a journey toward joy. DJ GRIND is the winner of the 2011 GayDays National DJ Contest and the 2012 JustCircuit Award for “Pool Party of the Year.”
Over the past two years, DJ GRIND has headlined some of the largest venues and events in North America including White Party Palm Springs (the country’s largest gay dance music festival), GayDays (Orlando), The Paramount (Provincetown), SPLASH (NYC), and Ruby Skye (San Francisco), among others. He’s been a featured artist on RSVP Vacations’ Caribbean and Mediterranean cruises, and supported Kylie Minogue’s 2011 “Aphrodite” World Tour as an opening act. This Fall, DJ GRIND embarks on a tour of Asia, with club appearances in Manila, Shanghai, and Singapore.
The San Francisco-based DJ’s monthly podcasts have received more than one million downloads worldwide, and rank as one of the most popular music podcasts on all of iTunes. Earlier this year, DJ GRIND remixed his first commercial CD, POPular vol. 7 (Centaur Music). He’s also the resident music critic for RealJock.com, where he provides the social networking site’s 320,000 members with daily music reviews and exclusive downloads. Later this year, DJ GRIND will release his first production project, an official remix of Kimberly Locke’s new dance single, “Feel the Love.”
DJ Lee Decker
Energy and versatility characterize International DJ Lee Decker’s presence in the San Francisco club scene. In his element playing upbeat tea dances and after-hours tribal sets alike, he always ensures one thing: the dance floor will be packed. And it’s not just the music that keeps people dancing. Lee gets just as into it as the crowd and it’s not unusual to see him jumping and throwing his hands up. And that’s just one reason why he’s become one of the most demanded DJs in San Francisco today. You’ll find him headlining at San Francisco’s hottest parties, including Colossus, Sanctuary, Jock Sundays, and Fresh at Ruby Skye.
That’s just the start. He’s now got many huge West Coast events under his belt, like Seattle Pride, L.A.s Reflex and Circus Disco, and West Hollywood’s Club Voyeur. And as of February, 2012, he can now add the famed Sydney Mardi Gras to his resume., where he headlined at two of the week’s events during this year’s festival. What’s next? The studio. His remix of Fun.’s “We Are Young” with Joe Gauthreaux is one of this summer’s biggest circuit tracks. And his mash of Scissor Sisters’ “Let’s Have a Kiki” is being played on dance floors throughout the U.S.