Shadow Jugglers Episode July 25, 2009

Broadcast on 25-Jul-2009

7:04am - 9:03am

Buck Lee and Lady AK DJs 25.07.09

This week on Shadow Jugglers, we are pleased to present a double-feature of not one, but two special guests!

Buck Lee: playing an all vinyl old school set!

Buck Lee has been deejaying around the west coast for the last seven years. After first playing reggae and dub at raves he grew tired of waiting until the morning to play his sets. He then took up playing 2-step, later DnB, Jungle, Dancehall and more recently Dubstep. After relocating to Vancouver, Buck Lee is hard at work making tunes, playing parties and building up his reputation as an original badman on the decks.

Lady AK

Lady AK?s love for music has been engraved in her soul since early childhood. Growing up with parents who were professional jazz musicians was a huge inspiration. At age of four she was enrolled at a local art school in Kiev, Ukraine where she immersed rhythmic, classical piano, music theory, and singing. After moving to Canada, at age of 16, Alla?s friend taught her the essentials of mixing, peaking her interest in DJ?ing. Later in 1999 she got her first pair of turntables which came with a box-full of random records that gave her a head start.

It wasn?t until 2004 that Alla took music business seriously. She swiftly compiled huge collection of tunes and since has been playing massive amount of club nights and raves in Canada, US and even Europe, with world known acts such as Dillinja, Lemon D, Hive, Breakage, Baby Anne, Kenny Ken, Third Eye Tribe, Malente, Capital J, T. Power, Uberzone, DJ Diamond, and so many more. It doesn?t stop here. Lady AK has also been pushing the music industry through various club promotions, parties and festivals in BC.

This versatile dj will get you rolling with her fresh, wicked nu style of Jump Up, Liquid Drum n Bass, Electro & Bassline House, booty shacking & Funky Breaks as well as Dubcore Dubstep. Her collection contains many different genres of music to create proper dancing atmosphere for the audiences.