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In Japan, senpai (先輩 ?) is a mentor or senior and kōhai (後輩 ?) is a protégé or junior. The mentor system is found at all levels of education, and in sports, clubs, businesses, and informal or social organizations. As we look to continue to connect our music community in the NW, this project will highlight some of the newer creators making waves by having them collaborate with some of the more established artists in the area. We hope you join us.


-WESLEY HOLMES (Flammable, Studio 4/4)
Wesley Holmes has been an influential and integral figure in the Northwest for the past 25 years. Wesley was amongst a key group that pioneered what is known as the modern day house/dance music scene in Seattle. Has resided and played at every major house music venue in the Northwest and was among the first group of Djs to represent Seattle at the Winter Music Conference in Miami in 1998 & 1999. Along with numerous appearances around North America, he's held previous residencies in San Francisco, Portland, and Vancouver BC. 20 + year Flammable resident, multiple Bumbershoot showcases, End Fest, Photosynthesis, 1st Generation USC resident / Appearances at Anniversary & FreakNight years 1-5, Seattle Weekly Dj of the year 1998. Previous releases on Tilted recordings and Sound Consortium.

-KINDA (Studio 4/4, Kremwerk)
Paul Dutton graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in music composition and has spent the last year being adopted into Seattle's underground electronic music culture. As one half of Pinky Promise (with brother Sean) and by himself, you'll see Paul on line-ups all over the city at venues like Kremwerk, Q, Monkey Loft and Substation

-SEAN MAJORS (Studio 4/4, LOST)
2013 & 2014 Seattle Nightlife DJ of the Year
Sun Times 2015 #13 DJ in the United States
Has approximately 20 records released as Lost Boys (with good friend Gene Lee) with their music played by house luminaries like Derrick Carter, Mark Farina and DJ Dan. Played every major festival or venue in the Northwest, including Decibel Festival, Cascadia, the Gorge, FreakNight, Bumbershoot, Capitol Hill Block Party, Folk Life and Hempfest.

Producer by day and DJ by night, Justin Hartinger has already put a dent in NW dance music culture in the last year. With releases on Buygore, XXX and Build It Records, he's established himself as a diverse artist likely to have impact in multiple music genres over the next several years.

$8 cover (No presale. First come, first serve. :)
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By: Lost Boys