Simply put it's a Rave sampling the best electro, fidget, wonk, baltimore and house which is smashing dance floors everywhere.
So don your best pair and hit the floor......
In an era when it seems every DJ shows up to gigs carrying something smaller than a kid’s lunchbox, Doorly is the exception to this rule. Using a set up that would make even Zabiela blush (3 CDJs, 2 1210s, EFX unit and Pioneer 800 to be precise), when he says he’s DJing live, he means it. Everything that you hear in is set his being created in the mix, there and then. With energy only comparable to Carl Coxs’ early 3 deck gigs in the rave era, Doorly's movement behind the decks is relentless, armed with the finest accapellas, instrumentals, bootlegs, edits and re-rubs, he switches between musical genres with ease. Playing a mix of house, breaks, techno and electro, mixed in with ample doses of indie and hip hop, expect the unexpected as it’s all about the party with Doorly. His style may best be classified as an old school block party DJ using new school technology.
Blah Blah Blah Djs
Despite only being born - collectively at atleast - in June 2007, Brighton's Blah Blah Blah DJs have already established themselves as the ultimate purveyors of all things electro, fidget and wonky. The local partystarters have residencies at Digital and Audio, aswell as running their own popular Blah Blah Blah clubnight and mixseries called "WeAreBlahBlahBlah".
Regularly inviting some of the most exciting UK and International talent to grace the decks at their nights, the main aim of Blah Blah Blah is to throw a great party and to push new music.
The Blah Blah Blah DJs have a reputation for energetic and genre bending sets, that has seen them provide support for some of the biggest names in electronic dance music including Soulwax, Andrew Weatherall, Chromeo, The Presets, Rex the Dog, Herve and many more.....