Flume + J-Rocc + Emoh Instead

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Major talent descends on Kee Club this Saturday!
dj j-rocc beat junkies flume emoh instead trap music hong kong hk kee club
Major talent descends on Kee Club this Friday!

DJ / producer / remixer of the moment, Flume will be playing in Hong Kong on Friday as part of a mega show that includes his What So Not project (also featuring DJ Emoh Instead,) as well as legendary California Hip Hop DJ, J-Rocc.

Flume is known for producing heavy remixes and reworkings of songs. His beats include a number of different sounds including Trap. Trap is a genre of dance music that contains a wide assortment of influences, but often features cascading drums as well as big climaxes and breakdowns. Trap has deep roots in Southern Hip Hop and Miami Bass but also integrates sounds from Electronic dance music.

Flume has proved to be deft as a remixer, crafting songs that often enhance the original.

Here are a few choice cuts:



DJ Emoh Instead is another talented producer / remixer / DJ, also from Australia. You can hear a short mix of his work below.


As if that wasn’t enough to get you to attend, the night also features California Hip Hop legend J-Rocc, who is the founder of the notorious DJ crew, the Beat Junkies. J-Rocc has been a major figure on the West Coast scene since the 90’s, and has collaborated with a who’s who of talent including heavy-hitters such as Madlib and J.Dilla.

These three, combined with Hong Kong based DJs K-Melo, Enso and Yau make this a big night for music lovers in Hong Kong. The event is organized by Untitled Entertainment and Fresh Off The Boat.

To avoid hassles at the door, purchase your tickets in advance here.

UPDATE: FLUME did not end up attending the show. It consisted of J-Rocc followed by Emoh Instead who is one half of ‘What So Not’.


What So Not (featuring Flume and DJ Emoh Instead) plus J-Rocc
Friday, August 16th, 2013
Kee Club
6/F, 32 Wellington Street
Central, Hong Kong

Tickets are $200 HKD early-bird, and $250 at the door

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