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Tramps Like Us Day 1 Preview

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Tramps Like Us is so close that we often find ourselves daydreaming about going crazy on the dance floor at the Valley View Casino CenterTo get you even more excited for the event, we’re here with a nice little preview of the event. Today, we’ll preview the first day of Tramps Like Us, which is taking place on Saturday, August 31st. 

The first name that appears on the bill is Brazzabelle. You might recognize the LEDdj from recent events such as My LED USA, HARD Summer and Splash House. She was also on The CW as the DJ for the 15th Annual Young Hollywood Awards. Hell, she even received a cameo spot in the video for “Hey Now” by Martin Solveig! There’s no doubt that Brazzabelle is a rising star in the industry, and we are proud to have her as an LEDdj. She did a great job of kicking off My LED USA, and she will do the same for Tramps Like Us.

Next up on the alphabetical flier is Spanish wunderkind Danny Avila. The 18-year old has accomplished more over the last year than many DJs have done throughout their entire career. Avila played at Coachella, earned placement on Sirius XM for his radio show Ready to Jump, secured a residency at Hakkasan and to top it off, he’s booked to play at TomorrowWorld. International superstar Tiesto is on record as saying that Avila is the next big superstar in the dance music industry. After doling out such high praise, it’s only fitting that Tiesto signed Avila‘s new single “Tronco” to his record label Musical Freedom. Listen to “Tronco” and get excited to see the 18-year old Avila at Tramps Like Us before he truly hits international superstar status!

Dirty South‘s 2013 has been unlike any other year for the veteran Grammy-nominated producers. This year featured the release of the Dirty South’s first ever studio album, Speed of LifeThe album hit #1 on the iTunes Dance Chart the day that it was released. Also, the house DJ/producer has a residency at XS Nightclub at Encore. His infectious vocal house tracks always gets people excited, and you can be sure that the Tramps Like Us crowd will be singing at the top of their lungs when he plays “City of Dreams” and “Walking Alone.” 

At this point, everyone knows who Nicky Romero is. After he absolutely destroyed the Valley View Casino Center at LED Anniversary last year, everyone in San Diego knew that the Dutch DJ would become a superstar. He just surpassed one million ‘likes’ on Facebook, and his collaboration with Krewella titled “Legacy,” is already at 500,000 listens on Soundcloud after just one month. We are lucky enough to be the first stop on his Nothing Toulouse North America Tour. Let’s make sure we kick Nicky Romero’s tour off right!

The Russian producer Proxy is next up on the lineup. Proxy aims to seek and destroy when he’s spinning, and his unrelenting sets are known to make crowds go bonkers. He does not let up on stage as his blend of techno and electro tracks put the crowd under his spell. If you look up interviews Proxy has given in the past, you’ll see that he is an intelligent and very blunt person. Growing up in the bleak Eastern Bloc was clearly influential on the talented Russian. When it comes to answering questions, Proxy never sugarcoats his responses. Proxy desires to CRUSH anything that stands in his path. We can’t wait for him to crush the stage at Tramps Like Us!

Quintino is another Hakkasan resident DJ who’s playing at Tramps Like Us. Prior to 2013, most people stateside only knew Quintino as a friend of Tiesto and Afrojack and as one of the guys who made “Epic.” However, he’s worked hard in 2013 to gain international attention. His new single “Puzzle” is currently in the Beatport Top 10, and he’s quickly proving that he has what it takes to succeed. His high energy electro house and Dutch house set will be exciting to watch!

Will Sparks has been on fire recently. The Australian producer is currently at the forefront of the ‘Melbourne Sound’ movement. San Diegans should know all about the bouncy style known as Melbourne Sound, because LEDdj TJR’hit “Ode to Oi” is a perfect example of what the Melbourne Sound is all about. In fact, TJR even edited Will Sparks’ track “Ah Yeah.” If you have yet to hear “Ah Yeah,” you might have heard Will Sparks’ remix of “Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke. The remix currently sits at #4 on the Beatport Top 10. We’ll embed both “Ah Yeah” and the “Blurred Lines” remix below to help keep you bouncing until you can see Will Sparks on August 31st!

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