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OMFG! NYE Rukes San Diego

We're giving away a few 3-Day Passes to OMFG! NYE 2017 on Instagram!

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OMFG! NYE 2017 Line-Up By Day

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OMFG! NYE 2017 Lineup San Diego

LED OMFG! SD 2015 Recap

LED rang in 2015 in a big way. OMFG! SD was expanded to a three-day event, taking place December 29-31 at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego. On top of that, a second stage—"The Zoo"—was added to the massive event. The lineup was packed with some of dance music's biggest names, including Tiesto, Eric Prydz, Hardwell, Madeon, Flosstradamus, and Deorro. But before we dig into the headlining acts, we have to address some of the up-and-coming producers/DJs who threw down mind-blowing sets at OMFG! SD.

What So Not absolutely blew up in 2014. Emoh Instead and Flume comprise the duo, but Emoh typically tours on his own under the What So Not name. His set on the first day of OMFG! SD injected the crowd with endless energy.

DJ Sliink and Trippy Turtle brought Jersey Club to The Zoo on consecutive days. The King of Jersey Club, DJ Sliink, was the bed-squeak purveyor on Day 1, and he did not disappoint. The next day, Trippy Turtle—arguably the most popular Jersey Club producer—almost shut The Zoo down. People began lining up to get into The Zoo 25 minutes before Trippy Turtle's set started. Some people were forced to wait in line for 30+ minutes by security due to safety reasons. However, the wait was well worth it. Trippy Turtle had the crowd dancing from start to finish, as he played his own hits interspersed with some awesome remixes. The crowd sang along when he played a remix of Ginuwine's "Pony," and I personally enjoyed when he played some Craig David.

Bixel Boys#FREELIFE jersey adorned countless OMFG! SD attendees all three days of the event. The jersey's success has helped increase the profile of the LA-based duo. The Bixel Boys played an early set on New Year's Eve, but they still managed to whip the crowd into a frenzy with their "big room underground" tunes. After their set at OMFG! SD, Rob May and Ian MacPherson rushed to their headlining set at Bang Bang in Downtown San Diego to ring in 2015.

The LED DJs were well represented at OMFG! SD. TJR, Brazzabelle, SNBRN, Klatch, and Deth Hertz all played crowd-pleasing sets. Just a few years ago, these LED DJs were playing opening sets at Voyeur. Now, some of them are traveling across the country (or world in TJR's case) to play their own headlining shows.

The headliners for Day 1 and 2, Hardwell and Tiesto, played solid sets for the big room house music fans. Flosstradamus might have had the most energetic set at OMFG! SD, which peaked when they played their hit track "Mosh Pit." The floor opened up during the song, and attendees flung themselves against each other in a display of youthful exuberance.

On the last day of OMFG! SD, GTA played during the countdown to 2015.

Although the countdown was a huge deal, OMFG! SD was far from over. Gareth Emery and Henry Fong followed GTA with fun sets, leading into Deorro. The Melbourne Bounce producer previously announced that he was retiring from touring after 2014, and the anticipation for his set was palpable. The crowd was starting to lose its energy following the countdown, but as soon as Deorro jumped on stage at 2am, everyone went nuts.

Eric Prydz closed out the night with an awesome set. With his progressive house style, it can be difficult to fully immerse yourself in the Prydz experience during a shorter set. However, he made effective adjustments and delivered a hypnotizing set to the attendees who were able to last past 4am.

If you're having withdrawals following OMFG! SD, don't worry: LED Anniversary will be taking place at the Valley View Casino Center on February 15th!

Interview with Uberjak'd


Q. In a past interview, you stated that Deorro is your favorite producer. What do you enjoy about Deorro's tracks?

A. Deorro is absolutely smashing it right now!, the move to take a step back from djing is a controversial one, a lot of people might not understand it, touring can be really straining not only on your personal life but as yours as an artist, i know that as this year has been a busy one touring wise, on my third tour of the USA right now, finding the time to write music can be challenging, a lot of really busy touring guys aren’t as active as producing their music, using ghost producers and stuff which is another thing a lot of people are talking about right now, i know deorro, as i do produce all our own music so having that time to really get into a creative space in your studio for a period of time is only going to be a good thing for the fans as its going to mean more new music!

Q. Deorro helped Melbourne Bounce evolve by adding Dutch-style leads in his tracks. Who else has been instrumental in Melbourne Bounce's evolution?

A. I think there has been a lot of guys pushing this sound which is great, i think a couple guys that don’t get as much credit as they deserve are the Orkestrated boys from melbourne, they really were the ones to make it a thing in its early days in melbourne and if it wasn’t for them maybe all this sound wouldn’t be where it is right now! i think 2015 is going to be a big year for melbourne bounce with so may australian artists coming out with amazing music and its also interesting to see how many international artists are adopting the sound, I mean Calvin had a bounce track on his latest album, thats crazy when you think where bounce was say 2 years ago.

Q. How do you see Melbourne Bounce evolving over the next few years?

A. Like any dance music its all about evolution, i think the “big room bounce” is really taking off, id like to see the deeper stuff with its more minimal/psytrance roots get a spot in the limelight as well.

Q. How does it feel to be one of the stars of Melbourne Bounce during its international growth and acceptance as a sub genre?

A. It's really humbling to be a part of something thats so big, but i guess thats because i love the sound so much, i remember hearing my first melbourne track, and from that moment on i was hooked.

Q. You said in another interview that you've been working on some deeper 122 BPM stuff as well as some trap. How much time have you put into producing music that isn't Melbourne Bounce? Also, do you plan on releasing these tracks under an alias in the future?

A. I think as an artist its important to keep your mind open to new possibilities, like infusing the sounds of other genres into yours, i think as Uberjak'd its all about club music, music I will play in my sets, weather i release some of this other stuff under another alias, i guess thats something we will find out in the future!

Q. What are the biggest trends in Australian music right now?

A. Australia I feel has always been a real trend setter when it comes to dance music, bounce is obviously really big, it has really had the radio cross over which hasn’t yet happened in the USA, but i think that isn’t far away. not that that is important in terms of the club scene but more exposure for the sound is always a good thing.

Q. What are the most notable differences between American and Australian crowds?

A. TBH not that much hahah, we all like to party thats why i think we get along so well! obviously the 21 drinking age is one difference, i remember playing this show in phoenix where ones side of the club was 18-21 then 21 and older on the other, both split by this fence, it was really weird at first but it showed one of the big differences in the 2 scenes.

Q. When you're not listening to Melbourne Bounce, what kind of music do you enjoy listening to?

A. I’m actually listening to Knife Party's new album right now, its really good!

Q. You've worn Bixel Boys' #FREELIFE jersey at some of your shows. How did you become friends with Bixel Boys, and what do you think of their jersey?

A. Yeah its great, i think its a really top thing to donate to charity the money from those jerseys, I actually met them at the Palm Springs gig last tour [Splash House], really nice guys!

Uberjak'd Fluxx San Diego LED presents

Q. What was it like playing at LED's Splash House in Palm Springs?

A. Splash House was awesome, it was actually so crazy that there were so many of us Ozzies there—Motez, Wax Motif, Aston Shuffle! It was like an Ozzie take over!

Uberjak'd Splash House Palm Springs LED presents

Don't miss out on Uberjak'd at Sound Nightclub in Hollywood THIS Saturday, November 15th!