Join local Durham party instigators, The Floor, for a durational DJ performance at Durham's premier underground lounge, Arcana. DJs will go back-to-back during a continuous 8-hour techno and house mix with live visuals and lighting. The Floor's regular 3rd Saturday shifts to Friday, May 19th for this very special installation of «Four on The Floor — Moogfest Edition.»
**This is a FREE event and you do NOT need a Moogfest ticket to attend.**
Deejaying since 2008, Andrius has been featured on a weekly dance show on Shoutdrive.com as well as his own iTunes podcast before focusing on live performances with Shut Up and Dance, The Floor, and Mosaic Music Fest in Raleigh. His favorite genres are deep house, funky house, and indie/nu-Disco.
Born in Newark, NJ, Felisa Renee Scott, relocated to Durham in 2010. Currently spinning soulful, classic, and deep house, she is the CEO of Black Diamond DJs and organizer of the burgeoning Durham House Music Meetup.
Mixcloud at DJBosslady.com
Born up North and raised in the South, Lady Fingers has gained an appreciation for every genre of music imaginable. Growing up in Dallas, she went to Level Five, the only underage club in Deep Ellum, where her love for house music was born. Developing her taste for house music at underground Philadelphia club, the Rainbow Playground, she collected wax at Nigel Richards’ 611 Records. She has spent over 15 years in music studios and clubs producing and spinning music across the US in cities such as New York, Pittsburgh, Austin, Durham, and New Orleans.
Over the past five years, Sound Resurgence has molded a unique style and versatile sound that creates an atmosphere of beat-driven bliss as he crafts a musical world that is underground, yet glistening with classics, always leaving his audience hungry for more.
3ZKL has been DJing warehouse raves, art galleries and everything in between for nearly two decades. Inspired by the classic techno and dusty Florida breakbeats of his youth, 3ZKL's hybrid DJ sets are built upon deep house grooves mixed with live programed 909 drums and 303 acid lines. 3ZKL keeps Durham's local vibe alive as resident DJ and co-founder of The Floor.
Spinning an eclectic mix of House, Tech, and Nu Disco, Strider cut his teeth on house music in the late 90s before leaving his native NC for the sun and fun of Miami for college. Seeing some of the worlds best DJs, clubs, and parties, he gained an appreciation for what makes the floor move and the energy that can be generated by perfect strangers in kinetic syncopation. A founding member and resident of Shut Up and Dance and it's subsequent lovechild, The Floor, Strider's mission behind the decks is simple: bring people together through the common ground of house music.