May We Dance

BIZe Presents:

May We Dance

Jackson Myron, Bizio, Ceez Morales, Scamp

Fri · May 26, 2017

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 10:00 pm

Hi-Fi Lounge

$5 at the Door

This event is 21 and over

DJ BrItZ
DJ BrItZ
BrItZ has been in love with music and entertaining people since as far back as he can remember... He got introduced to the electronic dance scene in 2000 back when it was mostly trance/dnb/jungle and happyhardcore, back then there was also B-boys and crews that got down on the floor... He always was so focused on the Dj's and studied how they would bring their own styles and twists to the music. After a couple years He fell out and started helping promote his friends in the hiphop scene and still was always so infatuated with the Dj's!! June 2009 He found a flyer for an event and decided to go check out the scene. That changed His life forever! Within the first week of goin to that event he sold his only vehicle and bought Himself a set of cdj's and started trying to figure it out. A couple weeks later He ran into a old friend from middle school that was trying to start Dj lessons and BrItZ was the first and only to sign up! BigDaddyScamp was introduced to BrItZ and there they connected immediatly. After about 4 months of 2 hour a week lessons Scamp told BrItZ he was ready to fly on his own. Now BrItZ is making friends all over Oregon and feels he has found his place.. BrItZ isn't just a Dj though, He loves to entertain and is willing and does all aspects of throwing successful events....
Jackson Myron
Jackson Myron
Rocking the decks for the last 13 years, Jackson myron has earned his way to the top of eugene’s must dance to dj list. Today, he is considered one of Eugene’s most lovable tribal house dj’s, spinning world beat influenced tech house and occasionally diving into the Techno and Break Beat sets. He’s played along side the greats and continues to bring the heat to shows in the northwest and festivals along the west coast.
Jackson Myron's music is all about love, and the rhythms that make people dance! We all battle with the accepted norms of society. But most of today's youth are misled by mass-marketing and consumerism in music, he believes in spiritual and personal freedom. The music is our passion, the night life is our medium.
Jackson Myron continues to steadily push the envelope in the sometimes conservative domain of house, clutching onto an open-minded outlook which allows him to try almost anything once, while behind the turntables!
Bizio
Bizio
Bizio started playing around with mixing music in late 2013. In a short two years he has made massive strides across Oregon in the dance music scene having opened up for artists such as Big Gigantic, The Floozies, tyDi, Sound Remedy, Louis Futon, Love and Light, and many more. Bizio started playing out in the outdoor renegade scene in the spring of 2014 and by the fall of 2014 made it to the main stage of Eugene's very own WOW hall. Furthermore, 11 months later he was honored to play at the legendary McDonald Theatre. Bizio's DJ sets have a little something for everyone as he mixes everything from House to Breaks, Techno to Glitch Hop, Nu Disco to ChillWave; Bizio is known for being able to read the crowd and know his time slot and play the mood the crowd is begging for, without losing his own unique style. Every year leads to bigger and better opportunities for improvement and Bizio is hoping to make this his biggest year yet.
Ceez Morales
Ceez Morales
Hey whats up everyone! This here is the official DJ Ceez facebook site!

So how the heck did I becaome "DJ Ceez"? Well it all started when my older brother Joey and my cousin Daisy where talkin about this type of music called techno. I was 10 at the time in 1991 when LA Style's album was purchased by Joe. We listened to it a lot. He would then go on to purchase Cajmere, DMC House Music compilations, Outhere Brothers and all kinds of awesome house music that just seemed naturally fitting to me. We moved up to Oregon soon after and I would visit LA every summer. Joey would give me a list of stuff to look out for....he especially wanted me to record "The Power Tools Mixshow" starring legendary DJ Richard Vission. This particular summer we had Vission's "This Is My House" mix cd. Soon after Bad Boy Bill came out with "Bangin The Box".....and then behold the power of the DJ gods, they made a collaborative mix CD called "House Connection". Thats when I knew I wanted to become a DJ.

The name Ceez derived from a kid I knew named Carlton back in middle school. See, my name is Cesar....but its pronounced like Caesar....the salad. Carlton shortened up the name and it stuck. As years went on it was cool that I would introduce myself as Cesar and after people got to know me they would themselves shorten it as if it was naturally intended to be that way. I accept my name because it is in fact my name. I was gonna go with DJ Robot Boner but sometimes dj names can be to silly. I learned this year that Carlton died. Rest in peace man. You were the first.

I do owe credit to Hanif Panni for actually being the first person to write it out on our very first flyer that that he illustrated. In 2002 he managed to book us at this spot called Diablo's Downtown Lounge in Eugene, Oregon. Hanif comes from a very musically diverse family and showed me so much good music that was out there in the underground hip hop world. He taught me how to mix. I soon started buying vinyl left and right and established a pretty decent collection. All the while I was also building my true record crates of house and breaks. In 2003, Howie and Anmar, a crew by the name of Vinyl Pimpz approached me at Diablo's and asked me to open up for them on Saturdays for their legendary House Nite's. I did this for a while until they finally let me be part of their crew. We tore it up and were soon being asked to play outdoor partys, house partys....all partys. We're a badass force of DJs if I do say so myself.

So look out, whether it be myself or Vinyl Pimpz.....I'm ready to make that ass shake. Its always a good time. Thank you for your time and have a great day!
Venue Information:
Hi-Fi Lounge
44 E. 7th Ave
Eugene, OR, 97401
http://hifimusichall.com/