DJ Seprock

DJ

Seppe began playing records in the mid-1990s while a teenager living on a military base in Tokyo as part of the IND hip-hop crew. Years of buying records and working in record stores have informed his all-vinyl sets as a way of justifying his record collecting habits. He once held down a monthly DJ gig in a former mortuary in Portland OR, and one time found himself playing rap records to a group of Vietnamese gangsters in a burger-king-turned-bar. People kept on disappearing through doors that led to the one-time kitchen. Those guys were no joke, man. He survived those shows to play funk, boogie & hip hop records to kids having house parties.


Details

  • 8:30PM–Tuesday, December 10
  • Free with RSVP

Seppe began playing records in the mid-1990s while a teenager living on a military base in Tokyo as part of the IND hip-hop crew. Years of buying records and working in record stores have informed his all-vinyl sets as a way of justifying his record collecting habits. He once held down a monthly DJ gig in a former mortuary in Portland OR, and one time found himself playing rap records to a group of Vietnamese gangsters in a burger-king-turned-bar. People kept on disappearing through doors that led to the one-time kitchen. Those guys were no joke, man. He survived those shows to play funk, boogie & hip hop records to kids having house parties.

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