IndyMojo Presents and G-9 Collective are proud to bring you your weekly dose of bass fueled mischief….
~ ALTERED THURZDAZE ~
with special guests….
Willie Grimez is a vinyl dj, producer, graphic designer and all around artist. He is one half of the superstar dj group Grime Asylum with Phsyko-Lojik. He started djing around 97-98 and took a hiatus in 2005ish picked the decks back up in 09/10. He tours around the Midwest with his own brand of turntablism and mixing. He plays two or four deck’s of turntables or a mix with cdjs. Also apart of dj mixes now, asylum sessions collective and owner of draynohed productions..
DJ since 2008. I spin damn near anything and enjoy doing so immensely. Music is more than a hobby, it is a full-blown obsession.
I started out spinning goth and industrial and quickly found myself branching out into more and more EDM and other assorted music. Electro house, top 40, dubstep, hip hop, drum & bass / jungle, 80’s, and more. I have a wide appreciation for all kinds of music outside these areas as well and it seems to grow every day.
I have played at numerous clubs / bars, festivals, house parties, raves, and even do the odd wedding reception or birthday party. I just enjoy being a part of DJ culture and take every opportunity to expand my skills and increase my audience.
I am a part of several groups of talented individuals. Most recently I have been added as an admin at facebook.com/DJ.Mixes.Now and am starting to do interviews for their website at djmixesnow.com
I am a performer with Infinite Vibes Entertainment at facebook.com/InfiniteVibes, PimpinAzzBeatz at facebook.com/Nefarious.N8, and have been added as an artist and moderator at the newly founded Draynohed Productions at facebook.com/Dhprecords. I’m also the official DJ for a fantastic burlesque troupe called Creme de les Femmes. facebook.com/cremedelesfemmes
Any questions for me about booking or anything at all, feel free to contact me at facebook.com/themicromachine or email me directly at [email protected] Thanks for your support!
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