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OMFG! NYE 2013


Dec 31, 2012

Mon 9:00 PM

3500 Sports Arena Boulevard
San Diego, CA 92110



  • Laidback Luke
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    • Designer Drugs
    • TJR

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LED presents OMFG! NYE 2013

WHAT: 'Tramps Like Us' presented by LED
WHEN: 2-day event on Sunday & Monday, December 30th & 31st
WHERE: San Diego Sports Arena
HOURS: 9pm-4am
AGES: 18+ party; 21+ drink

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Performer Info

Laidback Luke: Luke is laid back about everything except music. Since landing a new entry – 46 – in DJ magazine's Top 100 DJs Poll of 2008, it's clear that Holland's homeboy is on fire like never before. It's why he was selected to ignite the Stealth Live! CD series with a near perfect club mix. Why he was snapped up for a weekly Friday show by French station Radio FG. Why his own party, Super You&Me, is such a winner. Why he is bustin' up bassbins from Australia to the Americas – and ripping up a storm working with everyone from Diplo to Tiësto. Yes, Luke's stratospheric success befits his world-beating talents and is reaching new levels of hotness in 2009! 2009 is Luke's craziest year yet. His collaboration with the Swedish House Mafia, 'Leave The World Behind', was an Essential New Tune on Pete Tong's Miami show – and, as of July 2009, is Beatport's best-selling track of the year. His Super You&Me party at club Louis during WMC was also an incredible success, starring some sick tag-team antics from Diplo & A-Trak before Luke closed the show. Plus, Luke & Diplo have produced a dancefloor slayer called 'Hey' on Southern Fried. This is supported by DJs like Kissy Sell Out, on his Radio 1 show, where Luke's track with Lee Mortimer, 'Blau', received airplay. Naturally, Luke's remix talents are equally in demand – just see Martin Solveig's 'Boys & Girls' and MSTRKRFT featuring John Legend's 'Heartbreaker'. To top it off, he has remixed David Guetta and traded remixes with Tiësto. Meanwhile, Luke's own killer track 'My G*O*D* (My Guns On Demo)' is scorching floors, and he's always testing new artillery on his travels. Touring in 2009 has seen Luke continue to blaze a trail from Australia to Ibiza, where he played for David Guetta's Fuck Me I'm Famous party at Pacha, and with Roger Sanchez for Release Yourself at Amnesia. Further marking his transition to major league status, this year has also seen him nominated for best House DJ in Ibiza's DJ Awards.

Luke (Luke van Scheppingen) was born in Manila, Philippines, but grew up in the Netherlands. He loved guitars, graffiti, hip-hop and house, and found a mentor in Dobre (Chocolate Puma). He was just a teenager when he began producing, taking the 'laid back' tag from Snoop Dogg's 'Gin & Juice'. Yet by 1995 he was putting out tracks and from 96 was remixing for established artists, in addition to DJing professionally. Once beating a Dutch DMC champ in battle, Luke showed the world how he rolls: skilfully fusing an array of flavours, edits, bootlegs and a cappellas into a slick signature style. He even released an album, Psyched U, in 1999. But it wasn't until Virgin signed 'Rocking With The Best' and released his 2002 album, Electronic Satisfaction, that his profile soared. Luke's Dance Valley anthem, 'We Can Not Get Enough', then blew up. He also mixed his first compilation, Windmill Skill. His discography was therefore already looking prolific as he remixed Daft Punk (who were a huge early influence), Murk, Oliver Lieb and Tom Stephan. And to up the output in 2004, he introduced his own label, Mixmash.

Luke's alliance with the Swedish House Mafia first came to fruition when he remixed 'Sexy F**k' for Steve Angello's Size in 2006, and with Angello produced 'Otherwize Then'. These marked the start of an annual tradition of making music with the Swedes. Thus in 2007 Luke joined forces with the guys for 'Get Dumb', while his other tracks exploded on Size and Stealth. He then revitalised Mixmash via 'Rocking With The Best 2007', before showcasing a deeper sound on his Afterdark Vol. 3 mix for Stealth alongside Roger Sanchez. Around this time, his new residency at Amsterdam club Paradiso – Super You&Me – also started poppin'.

In 2008 Luke released 5 tracks, 18 remixes and played almost 200 DJ sets – including his first Radio 1 Essential Mix. Another Mixmash smash, and one more Essential Tune, came from his working with Kanye West's tour DJ A-Trak for 'Shake It Down'. Others making the Essential grade included his remixes of Underworld and Chromeo. It was a year that also saw him make an enormous impact on Ibiza. After playing at Amnesia, Pacha and Eden, he produced/remixed every track on his Ibiza Closing Party mix for Mixmag. And he ended the year with 'Show Me Love', by Luke & Steve Angello featuring Robin S, which entered both the Buzz and Cool Cuts Charts, and even reached 11 in the UK's official singles chart.

DJing and producing relentlessly, and innovating musically like nobody else, more chart-busting, club-shaking times lie ahead for Luke. At this point, scrolling through his achievements may be exhausting enough, but imagine living that diary, my G*O*D*. His secret? Well, a clue is in the pure energy that he transmits and the martial arts that he practises. Yes, Luke has good 'kung fu', always keeping an ear to the ground while his music rockets skyward!


..Let us introduce to you – Hardwell!....

At just 21 it’s fair to say he’s ‘been around’ if you take into consideration his achievements over the past 18 months. His passion for music, in particular his love of all things house, has helped this multi-talented producer climb his way to the top. Hardwell’s overall talent is recognised by the dance music industry as a new, exciting and refreshing take on a scene that continues to evolve and with an apparent everlasting shelf life!....

“Guess What”, a recent co-production with Chuckie, is likely to be one of the most played underground house records of the past two years, his “Show Me Love vs. Be” bootleg of Steve Angello and Laidback Luke’s track was one of the biggest dance hits of last year and “MRKRSTFT” has been included in almost all of the house compilations of 2008. ....

On top of this pronounced success stories, Hardwell has also topped the leading Dutch chart ‘’ a grand total of 6 times in the past 12 months. He has also taken up remix duties for artists such as Chris Lake, Funkerman, Laidback Luke, Sharam (Deep Dish), Steve Angello, Booty Luv and Hi_Tack amongst others…need we go on?....

Hardwell's series of "Eclectic Beatz" belong to the best selling mix albums of the last few years.....

Behind the decks Hardwell never fails to deliver, his exceptional technical skills, variety of music and that added personal touch make him stand out, and he’s ready to bring this to the masses. ....

There’s a new kid on the block, and he’s here to stay.....

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TJR: He's worked with Rock icons like Neil Young, He's made the opening ballot for Album of the Year and Song of the Year for the 2009 Grammys, He's been a best artist nominee in the OC Music Awards for best roots/rock artist.

In a world of pre-manufactured acts, TJR offers a new alternative. One based in the foundation of its roots but with its eye to the future.

TJR mixes a passion for roots and rock music to create his own blend of music that some have labeled as "Neo Classic Rock / Alternative Blues / and Rock Americana”.

His 3 CDs have received international airplay and strong reviews for both his songwriting and his virtuoso guitar playing and he recently concluded his first tour of Europe.

Alongside recording and releasing his own songs, TJR continues to do studio work with other artists. This has included recording sessions with icons like Neil Young and acclaimed singer songwriters like Michael Ubaldini.

His live shows are a must see....The Vegas Weekly says "TJR Cooks like a Texas barbecue in the middle of July"! Live magazine called TJR. "The new Reverend of Rock’n’Roll"!

His latest CD has received notices for satirical songs like "Peace Love And Don't Trust MTV" and his mournful remake of the Outkast song "Hey Ya".

In his latest single "American Idol" (Available for free via the artists myspace page) TJR sings a little known truth about one of America's favorite shows.

TJR, as a solo player or with a full band, mixes passion for roots music with a modern instinct and a Rockin’ attitude.

From school age kids to Baby Boomers TJR bridges the generation gap with ease, by appealling to fans of all styles of music with creative remakes and dynamic original songs.

TJR: Bringing Rock'n'Roll back to the people


Accolades and other acheivments

OC Music Awards: Best Roots Artist Nominee

Sponsorship with Taylor Guitars

ASCAP + Award Winner

Songs placed in two indie features

Live Performance on the Daybreak OC TV show

Live performance on the Gary Garver Show

Opened or worked with: Neil Young, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Walter Trout, Michael Ubaldini, Dan Hicks and the Hotlicks, Big Sandy and his Fly Rite Boys, Wild Child, The Nelson Brothers

On the opening Grammy Ballot for Best Album, Best Rock Album and Song of the year for the 2009 Grammy Awards.

Completed first European tour in Fall of 2007.

TJR was chosen as one of the artists to perform at the Southern CA. leg of Tourbaby: The first all indie artist music tour.

Released an additional digital album of all piano instrumentals.

TJR has worked in association with Project Rytmo helping at risk and adjudicated youth find careers through music and music technology.



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