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Oct 13

Episode 033 | October 14th, 2010: Jamie Schwabl & Ryan Sage (+ Tysix Bonus Set)

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I’m really excited to feature some of my favorite DJs out of Orange County, California, for exclusive sessions on the Open House wheels of steel. Jamie Schwabl’s love for music started at a young age while in ballet and musical theater. At the age of 10 she began playing the drums. She has been mixing on CDJ’s since 2007. She first got her start playing for Giant in OC in December of 2008 and, at the young age of 25, has opened for some of the biggest names around! Her love for music continues to grow and mature with every performance so look out world! Much more to come from her in the future…

Jami Schwabl’s Myspace – Click HERE
Jamie Schwabl’s Soundcloud – Click HERE

Jamie Schwabl’s Track List:

01) Audio Junkies – Deeper
02) J-Punch, Delphi, Avalon Frost – Break My Fall (Club Dub)
03) J-Punch, Delphi, Avalon Frost – Taipei Pocok Salata (Quivver Remix)
04) Sgt Slick – Key Gen
05) JVA – Autobahn  (PM Mix)
06) Mason – You Are Not Alone
07) FM Radio Gods – 333
08) Gareth Emery, Runaway – Outrageous (Shiloh Remix)
09) Signalrunners – Meet Me In Montauk
10) Dave Aude, Tall Paul – Common Ground (Richard Morel Extended Mix)
11) Vanjee – Papadizi
12) Dariush, DJ Da – Good Vibration Ft. Tina  (DJ Remy & Roland Klinkenberg Remix)
13) The Timewriter – Reachin’ Out feat. Theresa Baltimore (Dave Spoon Mix)

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Ryan Sage is a local southern California native who grew up with a DJ in the house…his Dad. Ryan has been DJing for over 15 years having first started off going to his dad’s gigs and then eventually DJing his own homecoming and local house parties. Around the age of 19, he came to electronic music where he fell in love with the genre and spent some time DJing for Club Med in the tropics and for various night clubs when he moved to Lake Tahoe to pursue a snowboarding career. Ryan currently holds a residency with Giant Club and DJ’s regularly in Orange County and Los Angeles. Ryan currently resides in Santa Ana where he is the Co-Founder of Formula Drift, the leading drifting sanctioning body in the world. Formula Drift produces 15 events internationally from Singapore to Thailand and all of the USA. Ryan is one of my favorites, I know you will dig…

Ryan Sage’s Website – Click HERE
Ryan Sage’s Soundcloud – Click HERE

Ryan Sage’s Track List:

01) Bingo Players – Tom’s Diner (Original Mix)
02) Ron May – No Jazz
03) Mark Reeve – Carlito
04) NDKj – Funkest Star (Marshall Remix)
05) Popof – Blow Me Down
06) Joan Reyes – Shakedown (Bass Kleph Remix)
07) Mark Knight – Devil Walking
08) Ivan Pica – Freak (Vocal Disco Mix)
09) Federico Scavo – Let’s All Chant (Manuel De La Mare & Marshall Remix)
10) Umek – Chase The Moroder (Coast to Coast Vocal)
11) Mark Knight, Wolfgang Gartner – Conscindo

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I’m also proud to feature another great DJ out of Orange County, and a previous Open House guest, Tysix (Tyler Olson). Tysix holds down a residency for Chemistry LA, and has already played alongside the world’s leading producers and DJ’s at Southern California’s leading venues…including Avalon in Hollywood, Vanguard, AVEC Nightclub, Libertine, King King, and many others.  Tysix was trained at Musicians’ Institute (Hollywood), and passes his passion and skills on to students at the Orange County Turntable Institute, in Irvine, CA.  You might have heard Tysix on ETN.fm and BeatfreaksRadio.com, but today he is here, a special 30 minute bonus set just for you! Enjoy…

Tyler Olson Facebook – Click HERE
Tyler Olson Myspace – Click HERE

Tyler Olson’s Track List:

01) 16 Bit Lolitas – Good Voodoo
02) Oliver Smith – Sunday
03) Jaytech – Wannabe
04) Dinka – Temptation
05) Boomjinx, Adam Beyer – By All Means
06) Que, Alex Monakhov (Proff Mix) – Hola

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