CUT COPY DJ's - Patio Party
|Addresse||102-4280 Mountain Square|
|County||Canada @ (CA)|
102-4280 Mountain Square
Canada @ (CA)
Join us at the Longhorn for CUT COPY and finish WSSF off in style with a massive patio party - support from DJ D.Dee . . please email [email protected] for all VIP PACKAGES and RESERVATIONS no presale tickets - door sales only - arrive early to avoid disappointment. ........... Cut Copy DJs are Dan Whitford and Tim Hoey, the frontman and guitarist of the band Cut Copy. This is set to be one of the best shows of the 2017/18 Season and due to this there will be a very special intimate encore club show at Buffalo Bills, Whistler later this night - tickets are available at https://www.showpass.com/cutcopy-whistler for the late night club show. DJing has always been an essential part of Cut Copy's career. Dan Whitford began his career as a hip-hop scratch DJ, and the duo have moved on to DJing globally as a main stage attraction on both rock and dance festivals, as well as superclubs, underground dance parties and fashion events.
They also run the well-respected underground dance label Cutters Records, putting out globally acclaimed records from Midnight Juggernauts, Knightlife, Nile Delta and more. Cut Copy DJs have also put out highly-sought-after, limited-edition promo-only mix CDs around each of their LP releases, which have become extremely popular on the internet, as well as recording remixes for artists such as Jagwar Ma, The Rapture, Death Cab For Cutie, Juan MacClean, Maroon 5 and others. They have also done an installment of the legendary Fabric Live mix albums, and just recently put together "Oceans Apart," a non-stop DJ-mixed compilation of cutting edge dance artists from their hometown of Melbourne. DJing is a source of inspiration to Whitford and Hoey, generating both song and remix ideas for the band.
It is an opportunity to get close to their fans, a way to have fun, and spread fun. Cut Copy DJ sets are a mix of cutting-edge dance music and classic rock, pop and disco, all expertly mixed together. Anything goes.