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DJ Spinn - Whether producing, writing, or Djing, DJ SPINN always has stayed at the top of his game. Starting out at the early age of 14, SPINN already had his mind set on the future when it came to music. In 1997 DJ SPINN gained a honorable reputation spinning for one of Chicago's # 1 dance groups - Chicago's infamous "House-O-Matics". DJ Spinn saw his popularity grew while DJing for some of biggest teen parties in Chicago including: Club Cavilini's, Dolton Expo, Markham Roller Rink, The Rink and numerous large house parties and CPS school events. In 1998, DJ SPINN and long time friend and label mate DJ RASHAD got an opportunity to drop one Chicago's favorite tracks of that time "Bout It Bout It Mix" on "Dance Mania Records". Another hit from DJ SPINN soon followed "Muthaf#ka" (a Paul Johnson Remake) which gained him more production credits on the local mixtape circuit. Between creating mixtapes and DJ credit at parties it would only be a matter of time before DJ SPINN would rightfully earn his place next to legends such as Traxman, DJ Rashad, DJ Funk, Paul Johnson, Jammin Gerald, DJ Deeon, DJ Milton, DJ Slugo, DJ Nephets, DJ PJ, and DJ Gant-Man to name a few.
Lee Bannon - He is an experimental hip-hop producer from Sacramento California. His work has spread along the vast hip-hop scene, having produced for The Alchemist, Joey Bada$$, Ab-Soul, Souls of Mischief , Strong Arm Steady, and others. In addition, Bannon has spread his talents throughout experimental electronic music and established himself as one of the few producers able to navigate across all soundscapes. After a series of collaborations and releases he delivered the Fantastic Plastic LP in 2012 and earlier that year premiered his Caligula Theme Music series with Spin Magazine. Bannon was the DJ for Joey Bada$$ in 2012 and appeared on Jimmy Fallen together with the Roots to perform Joey's hit “Waves.” He also produced Joey and Ab-Soul’s “Enter The Void”, and Joey's “Don't Quit Your Day Job (Lil B Diss),” as well a few tracks on the pro era compilation “Peep the The aPROcalypse”. Unreleased work with Joey, Trinidad James, Del the Funky Homosapian, and DIIV is expected to be released soon, along with a full length solo LP. On February 4, Lee dropped a free 10 track project and follow up to his “Caligula Theme Music” EP from last year titled “Caligula Theme Music 2.7.5”. On May 16th 2013, Bannon released a 7-track EP Never/Mind/the/darkness/of/it…It premiered on Fact magazine who said his latest work was “heading to the outer limits.”
DJ Rashad / DJ Spinn / Lee Bannon