DJ Yoda: Win tickets, you could
Not only does this guy create cool mixtapes club sets and has the great How To Cut and Paste series, featuring killer mixes of jazz, 80s tunes, country'n'western - his production albums shine too; amalgams of pop, hip-hop and dance ideas.
And he is very much the showman - a scratch DJ with tricks and gimmicks to wow and please, he also performs with spliced and diced video footage, TV shows, film and YouTube clips; there's something for everyone in a show that has seen him raved about by Q magazine as one of the ten must-see DJs in the world.
I was sold back when his How To Cut & Paste: The 80s was a highlight of many a party back in our old house. That's what got me hooked on DJ Yoda. I've loved his mix for the Fabric series and the recent Cut & Paste instalments as well as his albums The Amazing Adventures of DJ Yoda (2006) and Chop Suey (2012).
He's playing a few shows around the country but I have two tickets to giveaway to Friday night's Wellington show. A very special treat I reckon. I'm very pleased to be able to offer them - so my thanks must go to Dash Tickets and The San Francisco Bath House.
Now who would like to win a double pass to see (and hear) DJ Yoda in action this Friday night?
There's support from lots of great locals - including another who features on my list of ten favourite DJs: Alphabethead.
To be in to win a double pass just tell me below why you'd like to win. But answer in Yoda-speak you must. (Or OSV - Object-subject-verb).
So I want to know - in your best Yoda-speak - why I should give two tickets to DJ Yoda to you for Friday night's sure-to-be-mind-blowing AV set.
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