DJ Hero is a rare treat for San Francisco, so we’re pretty excited that Opel, Sychosis and Temple have teamed up to bring him out for a great 4th of July in the city. Well known to breakbeat enthusiasts, DJ Hero has a classic sound to his music production which really taps into the origins of breaks and breaking. A classic breakbeat sound which brings every breakdancer down to the floor to show you what they’ve got.
SOLID is a new monthly hosted by Sychosis & Temple focused solely on the broken beat. A great kick off on July 4th with co producer Opel Productions guarantees us a great night full of quality people and great music. Teaming up with DJ Hero for the night is Josh Camacho of Boomrock Saints, Kimba from Opel and Sychosis.
Bring on the fireworks!!
There will also be some Temple BBQ in the outdoor area and drink specials til 11!! So come early!!
Thursday, July 4, 2013
More on DJ HERO:
After taking the name DJ Hero in 1996, Hero began his career as a DJ, playing everything from house, to breaks, to trance, and just about everything inbetween. After a few years of figuring out what was his sound, DJ Hero focused on breaks. After playing up and down the east coast, holding residencies in Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Tenessee, and playing countless gigs around the greater south east, Hero decided it was time to change his focus to producing his own music.
In 2000, DJ Hero started Solitude Studios, locked himself behind closed doors, studied, read, and practiced, producing what ever came to his mind. After several years of teaching himself the ins and outs of engineering, Hero hooked up with Huda Hudia, founder of Kaleidoscope Music, where he engineered and produced many releases to come from Kaleidoscope Music. In 2008, DJ Hero moved from Atlanta, Georgia to Denver, Colorado where he hooked up with DJ Vanish, and began Velcro City Records, as well as expanded the services of Solitude Studios to artist development, audio engineering, sound design, and mixing and mastering. Together, Hero and Vanish, work hard to provide quality dance music to the scene they love so much.
In 2010, DJ Hero was given teir one artist status on https://www.beatport.com
, the largest distributor of digital dance music in the world, placing him in the top 20% of artist globally. 2011 proved to be a good year as DJ Hero left Velcro City Records to team up with Illeven Eleven, home to Keith MacKenzie, DJ Fixx, Curtis B, Ill DJ Chris B, DJ Infiniti, and more. Over the years, DJ Hero has worked with Huda Hudia, Dave Aude, DJ Volume, Keith Mackenzie, Ferry Corsten, Calvertron, Lazy Rich, Oh Shit!, Simply Jeff, Dave London, Tony Faline, DJ Fixx, Mars, Micky D, Messinian, Whiskey Pete, mLe, and many more.
Today Hero focuses on producing party breaks, music that he considers fun for any dance floor. DJ Hero has been influenced by Ferry Corsten, Guyver, DJ Icey, Huda Hudia, DJ Volume, Dynamixx II, DJ Dan, Armand Van Buuren, Alex Calver, along with many others. Today Hero hopes to be an influence and teacher for all those looking to find love in the music he’s come to be so close to. DJ Hero has assumed many names over the years, as he releases music of various genres. You can have a listen to his other works under names like Bruce Dickinson, Arch Nemesis, and John Bradley.