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t’s that time of the month!
Mad Frog and Trance Farm – in collaboration with In The Groove Productions – are proud to present the third installment of our Trance and Progressive series – Progress 3.0
The event will consist of four DJ’s known throughout the local Trance and Progressive scene for their Progressive Anjuna-style, Tech-Trance, and Uplifting sounds.
The bar opens at 9:00 p.m. with an hour-long happy hour with $2 well drinks and domestic beers.
*Local favorite, and no stranger to opening big events, the 30-year veteran and In The Groove Productions owner, DJ Nautigroove has opened for practically every well-known DJ in the world. The well traveled artist will hit the decks at 10:00 p.m. for an emotional 90-minute set that will set the stage for the quality DJ’s to follow.
* At 11:30 p.m., Marc Fife takes over the helm. At 20-months old, Marc decided he was to make his first album. While crying over the profoundness of the KLF’s album, “Chill Out,” Marc sampled the sound of his own tears. He brilliantly sampled it down into 22.05kHz and slapped on the meanest mother of LFO cutoffs ever seen. It was here, for the first time in history, that a wub-wub was ever conceived and an entirely new genre was born: Baby-step.
Note: The sarcasm rides high with this DJ, and his music will speak for itself.
*Following is the multi-talented and genre’d, DJ Excel. His love of beautiful melodies and the strategic Break Beats have afforded this artist to open for Dieselboy, Bare, Aphrodite, and Caspa, to name a few. With a high-energy and darker Tech-Trance set at the ready, DJ Excel won’t disappoint.
*Closing the evening will be one of the taller people in the room, Brad Morse. Based out of Cincinnati, Brad, a.k.a. DJ Heatwave, has opened for Paul van Dyk. Always on top of his signature style of Tech-Trance, Brad is also able to play uplifting numbers that can be heard in his mashups, remixes, and original works.
The organizers of this event are supporters of compensating DJ’s for time and travel, and a minimal $5 cover charge will be asked from its 18+ patrons at the side door.