DJ Sliink at Schimanski | Brooklyn, NY | January 19th, 2018


  • Date:Friday, January 19, 2018
  • Venue:Schimanski
  • Address:54 North 11th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249
  • Age:21+
  • Artists:DJ Sliink, Brenmar, Fight Clvb, Dirty South Joe, DJ Jayhood, The Cartels, DJ Lil Taj, Yoo Q!
  • Time:10:00 PM – 05:00 AM


Born Stacey White On November 8th 1990 & As Part Of The Brick Bandits Later Down The Line In Life, Which Include The Likes Of Tim Dolla, Dirty South Joe And DJ Sega, DJ Sliink’s Records Have Been Obliterating Club Sound Systems Through The Hands Of Some Of The Most Respected Soundboys In The Business.

His Signature Blend Of Jersey/Philly/Baltimore Club, Incorporating Aggressive Uptempo Rhythms With Soothing Pop And R&B Samples Give Him Extensive Appeal Across The Pop And Underground Spectrum. His DJ sets Run The Gamut Of Pop, Dubstep, Moombahton, Jersey/Philly/Baltimore Club, House, Rap, Hip Hop/Trap And Reggae – The Standard Loadout For A WorldWide Club DJ.

With Releases On Hype Headz , Pelican Fly , Fade To Mind , Mean Bucket , Paradisica Recordings & Upcoming Debut Ep On The Label Body High Feb 28th, This Naturally Gifted Talent Out Of Newark, Nj Is An Artist To Watch In This Emerging Wave Of Hybrid Dance Music.


Brooklyn by way of Chicago based DJ and producer, Brenmar, represents a strange musical paradox. Somehow defying the odds, he marries the artificial gloss of commercial R’n’B with the urban grittiness of underground styles like Chicago footwork and UK bass. His releases on the Discobelle, Grizzly, and Enchufada labels have taken him to both coasts of the U.S., Canada Japan, and the EU – frenzying crowds with his up-tempo, neon-drenched tunes. Brenmar’s more ‘unofficial’ online releases have also been gobbled up by the taste-making blogs and DJs of the world. His recipe for success? Take a pinch of Mannie Fresh snares, a handful of DJ Rashad toms, a dose of basslines from the UK, a generous portion of Hot 97 vocalists, poach it all in a synthesizer broth, and garnish with some Timbaland sheen. You’re getting close.


Birthed in the fiery dances of Moombahton and baptized in the brutishness of Jungle Terror, FIGHT CLVB is one of the hardest hitting players in the scene. With their recent collaboration with Afrojack and Titus and releases on labels such as Wall Recordings, Dim Mak, Revealed and Hysteria, this is a duo that’s making some serious moves.

Consisting of SAV (DJ and producer) and Mystereo (an unstoppable hype-man), who has toured with Skrillex, Porter Robinson, and Zedd. A man who has never revealed his identity.

FIGHT CLVB recently released an anti-Trump song called “Donald Trump”, to show their aversion against his politics. This release gained a lot of attention within the EDM community, and was covered by most major blogs. Furthermore their recent collaboration with Dirtcaps “Pun This” ft. Sanjin was a successful release on Hardwell’s imprint Revealed.


Joey ‘Dirty South Joe’ Massarueh began his professional career in 1990 at Washington D.C.’s infamous 9:30 Club, where he pioneered the ‘anything goes’ style of DJing that rings more popular than ever today. An eventual move to NYC in the mid nineties found him both going back to his roots, and focussing the hip hop side of the brain to all things dirty south inspired, as well as banging out techno and electro tracks with John Selway and Prozac as the Responsible Space Playboys. The crew released an EP on Abe Duque’s Tension imprint, as well as doing official remixes for the Detroit Grand Pubas and Keoki among others. Joe released the legendary ‘Crunk B4 Da Fall’ dirty south mixtape in 2001, followed by ‘Da Hood, Da Bad & Da Thugly’ trilogy the following year to widespread acclaim, familiarizing the northeast with the sounds of Southern rap years before it took over the airwaves. 2002 found him relocating yet again, this time to Philadelphia, where he began his tenure as the buyerand manager for Armand’s Records, the musical home base and inspiration behind the Hollertronix ‘movement.’ It was also there where he fell in love with the sound of Baltimore Club, and he released a final ep with the Responsible Space Playboy crew, anchored by the track ‘Jussapimp,’ Philly’s first official foray into the Bmore Club arena. An eventual induction into the Brick Bandits Crew lead to the birth of Ol’ Head Records, a partnership with DJ Sega, and a collaboration with Diplo’s Mad Decent label. Ol’ Head is set to be the club music wing of Mad Decent, releasing the finest in Bmore club inspired sounds from around the globe. Expect to hear the best in club and house music styles when he plays his furious DJ sets. Dance, follow, or get out of the way!

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