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Bassment Sessions Guest Oct 21:  Chris Dezz and Jonnie Sparko

By SpinnZinn posted Oct 20, 2010 at 11:18 AM

Tune in to Bassment Sessions this Thursday at 9pm as we get a double whammy of guests!
Chirs Dezz and Jonnie Sparko

Chris Dezz

 

 

As an aggressive young musician full of raw talent, Chris Dezz exerts a special blend that comes together when you combine a vast musical background and natural ability. His love for the music is shown through his performances, which are full of energy, addicting grooves, and loads of rhythm. As a Miami native, Chris has always been exposed to great artists in the scene and is quickly getting his recognition as a young up and coming DJ and producer. Chris is the newest member to the Wish Industry family and his staggering approach to working a crowd has been admired by many throughout the underground electronic music movement. Chris has shared the decks with the likes of renowned artists such as QBA, George Acosta, and Deepchild to name a few and has been featured on Mixology radio, Pure.Fm, Lunchbox radio, and HardMusic.es  under wish industry radio shows. 

Upcoming Events: Oct. 23rd @ PRIVILEGE Ultra Lounge Naples, FL, Oct. 31 Halloween @ MEKKA Miami w/ MIND 

Websites: www.myspace.com/djchrisdezz, www.twitter.com/djchrisdezz, www.facebook.com/djchrisdezz, and www.soundcloud.com/djchrisdezz 

Jonnie Sparko

Puerto rican born, Miami raised, Child Of the every day age. 
Found in space, outside and around. Captures sound, brings it home, Hits your soul, leaves you stoned...









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