onsdag den 11. februar 2009
Rob Swift på Kontoret den 5. marts!
Kontoret er stolte af torsdag den 5. marts at kunne præsentere en af verdens mest anerkendte battle/hiphop-dj's, Rob Swift (X-ecutioners og Ill Insanity) - MED GRATIS ENTRÉ!
Rob Swift er i øjeblikket på Europaturné for at promovere sin nye DVD As the Technics Spin, og denne turné omfatter nu Kontoret.
Aftenen kommer til at omfatte en screening af DVD'en og et tre timers klub-sæt + showcase af Rob Swift.
Læs mere og lyt til Rob Swift på http://www.djrobswift.com/ og
Om As the Techniques Spin og Rob Swift:
As the Technics Spinis the second movie release from critically acclaimed DJ ROB SWIFT (X-ecutioners, Ill Insanity). In this latest installment, Rob embellishes on what it took to create his unique style of DJ'ing.
What separates As the Technics Spin from other related movies in the market is it's focus on Rob Swift's thought process while creating his classic battle/showcase sets. From choosing his records, deciding what sections to manipulate within different songs, to eventually developing the actual routines. Thus, giving any prospect Turntablist/DJ, keen insight on what it takes to develop the type of battle/showcase sets that will stand the test of time! That's not all though, the exclusive performance footage of Rob Swift with the likes of jazz legend Bob James, Dave McMurray and DJ comrades Ill Insanity and the X-ecutioners during their reunion tour, kicks the movie into full throttle!
Widely regarded around the world as one of the best dj's and Turntablists, Spin and Rolling Stone magazine honored ROB SWIFT next to DJ Q- Bert and Mix Master Mike (Beastie Boys).
The Rolling Stone magazine nominated Rob Swift’s group the X- Ecutioners as one of the top 50 Players in Hip-Hop alongside the likes of Jay-Z, Master P and Lauryn Hill.
He has also gone on to make apperances on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, MTV awards, the David Letterman Show and worked with multi-platinum and legendary artists such as Bob James, Xzibit, M.O.P, Hot Chili Peppers, Fat Joe, Everlast, Herbie Hancock, Mike Patton (Faith No More) and many more.
He and the X-ecutioners released several critically acclaimed solo and group albums, including "Built From Scratch" (Columbia Rec) which debuted in the top 20 of the Billboard charts and generated the huge hit "It's Goin' Down" featuring Linkin Park.