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Bassment Sessions January 17

By SpinnZinn posted Jan 17, 2013 at 04:50 PM

To welcome everyone back, tonight on Bassment Sessions a special 3 hour set by your host SpinnZinn.

Tune in tonight 9pm to catch the very best in #qualitytechno.


In 2002, SpinnZinn moved to Europe and was dropped right into the heart of electronic dance music. His understanding and appreciation for electronic dance music grew tremendously, and by the age of 18 was playing guest spots in local nightclubs in and around Frankfurt, Germany. His mixing experience and music knowledge continued to grow alongside his passion for different types of dance music.
In 2007, SpinnZinn moved to Miami to pursue a degree in Audio Engineering at the University of Miami. Outside the classroom, he joined the ranks of local radio station WVUM 90.5 and began hosting his own show, “Bassment Sessions”, every Thursday at 9pm. “Bassment Sessions” brings back quality tech-house and techno to the radio waves and features a new guest DJ every week.
Today, SpinnZinn’s sound is a combination of house, tech-house, techno and minimal. It is this mix-mash of genres that gives his sets their high energy level and keeps fans on their toes. His sets have become a Miami favorite and are eagerly sought out by fans and techno junkies alike. SpinnZinn has held residencies in clubs and festivals all over Miami including Club Space and Ultra Music Festival 2010. He has been featured on a number of other radio shows and podcasts including Mocean District, SanedracHunter Presents, Wish Industry Radio and SpinnZinn’s original tracks can also be purchased on
Catch SpinnZinn at his monthly residency at The Techno Loft - Club Space Miami.

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