Brochure on House Music

This is a brochure I made on Adobe inDesign, is a tribute to House music and all the Sub Genres there are to House. In a traditional form of creating awareness for this genre, I discuss the events, artist and communities of House Music. I want viewer, who have never heard of house music to learn something from reading this brochure. Continue reading


The Passing of the Guard in Club Music

It’s Friday night and you want to go out to the club with your friends.  What do you hear when you get there?  In the 80’s, top songs included Michael Jackson’s “Rock with you”, “Billie Jean”, Bon Jovi’s “You Give Love A Bad Name”, “Livin’ On A Prayer”, among many others.  In the 90’s it was Sir-Mix-A lot’s “Baby Got Back”, Janet Jackson’s “That’s the Way Love Goes”, and Montell Jordan “This is How We Do It” taking popularity.  From 2000-2009, some of the more memorable club hits are Continue reading

LovEvolution Video

 This video you just seen was my documentation of LovEvolution 2009, San Francisco most anticipated parade in the fall. Most of the photos and videos were taken by my Canon digital camera. The crowd view was breathtaking, I was amazed to see how many people came to show their support. By lucky chance, I had the opportunity to dance on the Spundae & Skillz and Ruby Skye float, where some of the top Djs performed. Deadmau5 was one of them, I had the opportunity to see him as he entered the float. I used two of his top tracks “I remember” and “Ghost’n’Stuff ” remix featuring Rob Swire for this video.

The programs I used to make this video was iMovie and Audacity. When I was given this project to make a movie on house, I originally wanted to interview a Dj, but I wanted to contribute this month in the memory of LovEvolutions 2009 and how the cancelation this years event disappointed the millions of fans who attened last years event. This video is proof of how many people support parade and House Music.

Usher / Swedish House Mafia at the 2010 American Music Awards

The AMA’s had a very special performance this year; it was the first time one of the biggest R&B stars performed his single with a group of house DJ’s who incorporated their own single. Continue reading

Who is the man with the mouse ears?

One of the most famous house producers, widely known for his stage costumes, is Joel Thomas Zimmerman, also known as Deadmau5, which is pronounced as “dead mouse”.  His stage costume coincides with his name as he wears a helmet style mask that represents a mouse.  Continue reading

Smart Hip Hop Artists Use House to Stay in Top Club and Radio Playlists

Pitbull’s evolution – Pitbull, real name Armando Christian Perez, has always been known as a hip hop/reggaeton artist with his previous singles and albums.  His previous albums such as “M.I.A.M.I.”, “El Mariel”, “The Boatlift”, and “Rebelution” have all been hip hop albums with a heavy influence from Cuban and Spanish music Continue reading

He is not called Cascade, but Kaskade

Ryan Raddon is a famous house producer, also known as Kaskade.  He is known for performing at famous house events, such as LovEvoution, the Electric Daisy Festival,  Europe’s LoveParade, and Cochella.  He recently released an electric daisy album which featured some of his songs from his performance the Electric Daisy Festival, which gave him enough publicity and attention to continue on to release his own full album entitled “Dynasty” which was his first, truly mainstream house album that gain attention world-wide.

He collaborates with many other house producers, the most famous being Deadmau5.  His famous singles with Deadmou5 are “Move for Me” and “I Remember”.  Some of his more famous solo singles include “Dynasty” and “Fire in Your New Shoes”.  His most famous albums are “Love Mysterious”, “Here & Now”, “Strobelite Seduction”, and “Dynasty”.

He has placed thirty-fifth in DJ Magazine’s list of Top 100 DJs.  He has already done so much for the world of house, and his style continues to evolve.  Hopefully his evolution will gather more fans to the world of house.