Off to San Bernadino again, where Thee-O rocked the decks at All For You 2.0 with Frankie Bones, Swedish Egil, Simply Jeff and Jason Splat to name but a few. The Gotham was packed with revelers and people were just feeling the beats take over them. Here is a short video from Thee-O's closing set. Enjoy.
Thee-O returned to Honolulu, HI for his 5th time DJing on the island. The last time he was there was over 3 years ago and the scene has grown dramatically since then. Over 1600 people packed into Silky Love to catch G-Spot, Richard Vission and Thee-O among the local DJ's. The vibes were certainly "aloha". Here is a short video of that night.
It has been over 10 years since Thee-O has spun in the Coachella Valley. Most of the time, those who live there, come to events in the LA scene. However they have their own scene and Thee-O travelled down there and found himself in a warehouse in the middle of the desert. The place was rocking. Here is a short video set to Thee-O's track "Void" which is available now on Bit Records Mexico.
Tarantic Records out of San Francisco just signed a track that Thee-O produced with his friend Kukuey called "Todavia". The track is a latin flavored house track with vocals, live drumming and piano solos. Tarantic plans to have label head Amit Shoman provide a remix as well as a few more producers. Look for this release to hit this summer.
Thee-O and fellow Viva La Tech DJ, Huggie performed a back to back set at Massive Love at The Fox Theater in Pomona. The main room was pumping from the get go and the guys laid it down with the tribal and tech sound. Below is a short video of their performance set to their track "Don't Fake The Funk" which is available now on NOSI Records.
The Hudson and Gotham were packed with over 5000 people for the one and only Kandy Festival. There were so many people that navigating around the party was quite daunting. Thee-O played the side room for this show but there was no shortage of people rocking out because of that. Below is a short video that will give you a glimpse of the party that was inside the party.
Viva La Tech hosted a special event at Onyx in San Diego on Janurary 22, 2010. Paul Najera, Kevin Knapp from San Francisco and Thee-O laid down the beats.The vibe and energy were great. Afterwards, the VLT crew descended on a warehouse party were Kevin, Thee-O & Merlyn Martin threw it down back to back style. Here is a short video of a very long and fun Friday night.
Thee-O just finished his remix of "Toe The Line" by Yellowcake and featuring the vocals of Kevin Knapp. The original is an amazing deep tech house track. Kevin's vocals give it a classic Detroit feel. Thee-O, took it and stripped it down, keep ing the amazing chords and vocals and building it around a new bassline. This is set to release in Spring. Catch it during Thee-O's sets in the mean time.
Wow, What a night. Thee-O closed the show over at Gettin Busy located at The Hudson/Gotham from 3-4 am. The place was completely jam-packed. The main room was filled with revelers going off to the tech and house beats that Thee-O was laying down. Below is a short video showing you the intensity and vibe during his set. Thanks goes to Merlyn Martin for taking such amazing video. We hope you enjoy.
Thee-O, Steve Prior and Dino G have recently signed a new track called "Cuban Libre" to Freaks Culture Records out of Berlin, Germany. Freaks Culture is a great label that is pushing some forward thinking techno and tech house. "Cuban Libre" is a latin feeling, tribal/tech track that is perfect to the late nights. Look for it this spring.