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Event Archive - Small Town DJs w/ Kenzie Clarke:

Sat. January 16th 2010 Hush (No Minors)
starting at $13
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If your ears work, you can't not have fun at a Smalltown DJs gig.

That's a scientific fact. Look it up. The Canadian duo's uncanny

ability to make crowds feel like schoolkids at recess stems naturally

from their focus on maximizing fun for themselves.

Equally at home playing intimate private jams or massive festivals,

Smalltown DJs have have hosted and played alongside a huge

array of talent, including Afrika Bambaataa, Dj Assault, Jeru the

Damaja, Diplo, Tommie Sunshine, Spankrock, Chromeo, The Rub

DJs, A-Trak, XXXchange, Low Budget, James Lavelle, Z-Trip,

Fort Knox Five, and more.

Smalltown DJs' quest to maximize fun for themselves and

others is an ongoing saga. They continue to tour relentlessly.

Look for them in your town soon.

w/ Opener Kenzie Clarke

Kenzie Clarke is one of the most successful DJs to come out of the Vancouver Island scene—although you'd never catch her saying that about herself. The hard work has paid off, and Kenzie now has an impressive DJing resume: She's played with the likes of Krafty Kuts at his Supercharged night in Brighton as well as with the Stanton Warriors, Fort Knox Five, John Howard and many other heavy-hitters; DJed every club in Victoria and manned the decks at massive warehouse parties, tiny outdoor raves and large festivals such as the U.K. Glade Festival's Breaksday Stage, Shambhala, Soundwave, and at the Victoria Electronic Music Festival.

Recently, Kenzie beat out dozens of other Victoria DJs at Lucky Bar's So You Wanna Be a DJ? contest, landing her a Thursday night residency (called N.Y.P.D.) at Victoria's top night spot—just one of many residencies she's held over her 8+ years spinning records. To add to an already highly successful '08, Kenzie was recently named Victoria's Favourite DJ or Electronic Artist aswas voted by the local public in Monday Magazines annual 'M' awards.

Part of Kenzie's success is her uncanny ability to read a crowd—and her eclectic collection of tunes spanning funk, disco, electro, breaks, house, techno and everything in between.


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