MANOR WEST 4 YEAR ANNIVERSARY
Sunday, January 19th
Manor West is celebrating it’s 4 year anniversary and we are doing it BIG! We invite all of our awesome patrons to help us celebrate another incredible year at Manor West with two of the nations best open-format DJs and official Manor West residents for 2014, DJ Scene and DJ Scooter with support from Clinton Lee. Expect to hear Hip-Hop, Electro House and everything in between! RSVP on the guest list to receive FREE entry before 11pm.
It’s easy to delineate most deejays into certain categories: The scratch-happy battle types, the commercially-minded radio guys, the shaman leading his flock at the club with a steady barrage of anthems. Scene is the rare person who has done all of the above, as well as produce his own music just as adeptly as spinning someone else’s. The Seattle-bred musician has spent most of his time mastering every facet of deejaying. With residencies at some of the top clubs across the nation, a podcast series that reaches 350,000 + subscribers, a weekly radio show and a string of classic mixes under his belt, Scene has become one of the most sought-after deejays in the country.
As weeks of practice became months, Scene’s name held an increasing amount of sway in the area. He became a fixture at Yo Son!, a popular weekly residency that Rolling Stone called “one of the country’s top parties,” spinning open-format before the genre even had a name. From clubs Scene expanded into radio, mixing live 5 nights a week while also pre-recording weekly mixes for XM Radio 67. No stranger to production — Scene’s been crafting his own music since those first turntables over a decade ago — the producer has released two volumes of his popular 2080s series, a whirlwind mix of hip-hop and dance blended with classic tracks from the 1980s. In addition, the ubiquitous deejay currently holds down a weekly mix show every Saturday on WILD 94.9 FM in San Francisco.
Scene’s high energy, seamless transitions, and unique style have made him a national name — a crowd favorite in clubs from Vegas to the Atlantic City boardwalk.
Scooter started DJing because of his love and passion for music. That passion soon turned into a full-time career. Scooter’s signature vibrant style is a genre-bending, mind-blowing mix that always is fresh and exciting. Unlike other DJs who jump on house or hip hop as they come in and out of popularity, Scooter has mastered both hip hop and house and has been producing house music for over fifteen years. He is one of the few DJs who can spin for a hip hop crowd and the next night play for an electronic crowd, rockin’ both parties easily and with amazing prowess.
One half of the dynamic duo, Scooter and Lavelle, Scooter’s hip hop loops and turntable skills are combined with Lavelle’s banging progressive mixes to bring audiences an explosive performance. Scooter has also established himself as an accomplished producer, scoring a Top Ten hit on XM Radio with Scooter and Lavelle’s “Beats Inside My Head.” He has also been retained to create music for WWF and Bravo TV.