OK Productions Presents
OKDeejays with Ian Summit, Stanislav
2100 South Preston Street
Louisville, KY, 40217
Doors 10:00 PM / Show 11:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Plastic Plates is the Dj/producer alias of Felix Bloxsom. Originally hailing from Sydney Australia, Felix is now based in Los Angeles. Plastic Plates' distinct synthy disco sound has attracted both indie, dance and mainstream pop artists to commission remixes from Felix. These artists include Adele, Sia, Body Language, The Presets, Sam Sparro, The Human League, Sneaky Sound System, The Magician, Katy Perry and Mark Ronson and more…
2012 saw the release of Plastic Plates' debut EP Things I didn't Know I Loved" on french tastemaker record label Kitsune, with a slew of remixes to boot. With almost 2 million plays on Soundcloud and regular appearances in the Hype Machine top 10, Plastic Plates' popularity around the world is steadily growing. This has taken him to all corners of the world to DJ extensively through Europe, the USA, Central and South America, Russia, Asia and Australia.
Stay tuned for new original releases and plenty more remixes in 2013!
OKDeejays with Ian Summit
Aaron Chadwell first discovered his love for playing records as a DJ at WLCV, University of Louisville’s student-run radio station. His talent for song selection was quickly noticed and he was picked up as resident DJ for the hottest dance party in town on Wednesdays at the Frankfort Avenue Beer Depot. Going by the name of DJ Narwhal, the parties got bigger and Chadwell became a regular fixture on the Louisville dance scene.
While finishing up a photography degree at the University of Louisville, Alex Bell, found himself spending less time in the dark room and much more in his bedroom with a mixer and two turntables, teaching himself the art of beat matching. After seeing what he could do, a friend talked him into deejaying a small house party and DJ A.Bell was born. It only took a couple of these parties until the house could no longer hold the crowd and A.Bell needed a new outlet.
It was around this time that the two met and started deejaying parties together. They quickly realized that working as a team would be the smartest career move, and would give them the best opportunity to build on the legendary music scene of this small city. Any digital form of music was cut out and the OK DeeJays have since made it their duty to resonate under-represented disco, house and indie tracks, performing frequently at local clubs such as Zanzabar, Headliners Music Hall, and Maker’s Mark Lounge. By hosting crazy parties and booking a variety of established bands and DJs under the name of OK Productions, Alex and Aaron have added a new level of energy and innovation to the city of Louisville’s nightlife. Now they are doing the same for the radio!