The tape reads Biography. Pop it in. Rewind. Press play. 
A whiskey-voiced narrator starts speaking as the hazy images come into focus.

“It’s 2010. Zeds Dead is about to play one of their first shows in the basement of a dive bar in Toronto. Behind the brick walls and the unfinished ceiling exposed wires hang freely. The air smells of booze, smoke, and sweat. A crowd is lined up outside, flasks hang from their back pockets and cigarettes from their lips. Abandoned drinks rest on the lip of the dj booth while joints get sparked in the corners.

The tiny room is packed. Nobody quite knows how to describe the music yet. When Hooks and DC start their set the earth trembles. The air becomes charged and almost sexual. Everyone goes crazy. You feel the music in your bones. Your marrow shakes. You don’t know what they will play next but you know it might just change your life. Everybody at those early shows could tell – these guys are gonna be big.”

Fast forward a few scenes. The narrator continues.

“It’s 2013. Zeds Dead is killing it. They’ve got an enormous catalogue that includes remixes for some of the biggest artists out there, and releases with the most credible labels in the game. They’ve accumulated hundreds of millions of views online. They play tours of over 70 dates to hundreds of thousands of people. Fans love their shows, critics love their creativity, and heads love their production. They’re big. Really big.”

Rewind again. Further than before.

“The date’s not important. The place is Toronto, Canada. Teenagers Zack Rapp-Rovan and Dylan Mamid are introduced – they hit it off immediately over a shared love of classic hip hop, music production, and digging through crates. They join forces and call themselves Mass Productions aka MP Records. Dylan becomes DC and Zack becomes Hooks. They work out of DC’s often smoky garage. Critiquing, dissecting and swapping samples. They grow with every tune. They get on a level where their combined sound is unified and strong. MP releases an LP of hip hop instrumentals called Fresh Beets. It’s a pivotal moment for the duo.”

Fast forward a couple chapters.

“It’s 2009 and hip hop is in a coma. Hooks and DC are about to have an epiphany that will change everything. They thirst for something new. They want to make people move to their sounds and not just bob their heads, but to grind, heave, shiver, stomp, and dance to their music. They want to capture the ecstasy and comradery of house, the heart pummelling thrill of Drum and Bass, the beauty of ambient music, and the heaviness of electro – all in one sound. They want to push boundaries. To challenge themselves and their listeners to”–

The movie cuts out. Ribbons of static shimmer across the blackness. Someone has taped over this part. A scene from Pulp Fiction flickers on screen. Butch and Fabienne are sitting on top of a Harley Davidson.

FABIENNE: “Who’s motorcycle is this?”
BUTCH: “Its a chopper, baby.”
FABIENNE: “Who’s chopper is this?”
BUTCH: “Zed’s.”
FABIENNE: “Who’s Zed?”
BUTCH: “Zed’s dead, baby, Zed’s dead.”

The screen goes black.

Falkirk, is a Tulsa based DJ and Producer whose reputation has been steadily growing due to his unique blending of Electro, Dubstep, Trap, Bounce, Moombahton and more into, aggressive and eclectic sets that are highly entertaining and extremely danceable. His tracks have been heard in over 100 countries, giving him world wide exposure.

Falkirk has opened for many internationally known artist such as – AwolNation, Rusko, Adam F, Doctor P, Zeds Dead, Yelawolf, Klever, Kraddy, Savoy, Air Dubia, Thrill Kill Kult, Gridlok, Helicopter Showdown, RUN DMT, Grandtheft, Paper Diamond, Gladiator, Buku and Schoolboy and has played at some of the top venues and parties around, including: The Historic Cain's Ballroom (Tulsa), Robotic Wed (Kamps OKC), Lizard Lounge (Dallas) and Lipgloss (Denver).

Falkirk also has festival experience, having played at Dancefestopia Music Festival in KCMO, along side heavy-hitters; Mac Miller, Porter Robionson, Griz, Gramatik and Wiz Khalifa to name a few and Mystik Sanctuary in OKC with Bassnectar, Wick-It, Alvin Risk, Caked Up, Krewella and more.

He has been featured on some of the Internets hippest and most popular music blogs, including The Hype Machine, Earmilk, Welikeitindie, The Get Downnn, Disco Demons, Metalectro and many more. Not only that, but Radio Darmstadt 103.4 in Germany, presented him with the award - ‘Best DJ Set of 2011’ for his ‘We Are Legion’ live mix.

Falkirk is a founding member and resident for one of Oklahoma's biggest dance parties: PANIC! The club night started in Nov 2009, and has been consistently pulling in capacity crowds ever since.

Always pushing forward, Falkirk continues to blur genre lines, with an unwillingness to be trapped behind just one sound. His riotous sets are sure to get your blood pumping and your feet moving.

DJ Jesse Strange

Jesse Strange is not your ordinary DJ. He is a melodic masterpiece of all things unordinary. He is disrupting the wavelengths in the US in his home state of Oklahoma and has everybody looking to the booth for that masterful sound. This young DJ has captured the attention of clubs all over the state such as Citywalk and Club Albee in OKC and Red Ultra and growing after hours venue The G Spot in the Tulsa area. He is also one of the co creators of the up and coming Bonfires and Bass music festival that takes place in oklahoma and is currently working on securing a spot in Wakarusa.

Jesse Strange has a wide variety of music ranging from electro to hip hop. this DJ doesn't play music he plays the crowd. He reads the crowd and bases his song choice on them. the energy put into his mixing is phenomenal and is unparalleled by none other. Personal preference is electro, house, and the latest dubstep. However this versatile young mind is not afraid to go outside of his comfort zone and make thing stranger than they already are to please the crowd. He loves what he does and make no mistake he thrives on the crowd. This conquering young mind is astounding and relentless with every track making precise mixes with the utmost accuracy to ensure proper key, phrase, and most of all basslin match accordingly and truly shocks the crowd with his unmistakable effects and spectacular performance comparable only to a jackrabbit having a seizure.

Hyper and energetic Strange wastes no time and holds nothing back while playing he tries his hardest to put as many tracks in a set so not to leave any genre untouched, yes even country ;) while maintaining a godlike energy through the speakers. he will most certainly become someone to see and definitely a face to be recognized in the modern dance scene.

Adv $23, DoS $25, Door $27, Mezz $33


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