J. Phlip Brings Acid Booty-Tech Bass to the ‘Burgh – Giveaway

Published On March 12, 2015 | By Leah Kennedy | Giveaways
Claude Vonstroke; J. Phlip - Space Ibiza 2014

Claude Vonstroke; J. Phlip – Space Ibiza 2014

Goddess of dirtybird Records, Jessica Phillippe (aka J. Phlip), has not only worked alongside and within one of the most proper and highly regarded record labels in dance music; but she’s immersed herself in music culture from around the world, traveling into the depths of Europe – and even maintaining a short residency in Berlin – to perfect her craft.

Within the past few years alone, the fierce female DJ/producer has embarked on multiple world tours; released numerous tracks, reworks, and compilations (most recently, her “Walls” EP collab with Chris Lorenzo); performed at heavyweight clubs and large scale music festivals; and scored various residencies in major cities (Detroit, Miami, San Francisco).

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“Everybody On the Floor” Tour; Verboten – Brooklyn, NY

At just 19 years old, the Champaign, Illinois native purchased a low cost set of belt-drive decks and a mixer, and while simultaneously working towards an Engineering degree, she got to work on making her passion for music and production a reality. After winning a DJ competition in 2005, Phillippe was jetsetting full speed ahead on a nationwide tour, making moves to Chicago and San Francisco (along with her 3-year stint in Berlin), and eventually linking up with dirtybird bossman, Claude Vonstroke.

See her live once and you’ll immediately recognize the beauty she radiates from within; her grit, endurance, and true passion is evident in the energy that she puts forth on the decks.

After riding out a long wave of tour dates for her “Everybody On the Floor” Tour in 2014, we are pleased to share that J. Phlip is coming through Pittsburgh for a very special night next weekend. Event curators at Daily Bread are aiming to please, hoping to give guests a trill, sweaty night of “acid booty-tech bass and beyond.”

Don’t just take our word for it. Take a listen to her closing set from last year’s Movement Detroit festival below:

The underground-warehouse-esque-style shindig goes down at local DIY recycled bike collective, Free Ride, on Friday, March 20 at 9PM; and it’ll kick off with opening support from local favorites, DETOUR and Pittsburgh Track Authority.

Tickets are $15, and all door profits will benefit our lovable furry friends at the Animal Rescue League; so get your booty down to Free Ride and bounce the night away.

We’re giving away two free tickets, as well. Enter our giveaway below for a chance to score a set for you and a friend!

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