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House, Deep House, Vocal House... Dr No loves the music and it shows!
The Dr. NO story:
Based in Los Angeles,
Dr No has been dropping beats for a long time and it shows by the way he can make a floor move. Twisting beats and mixes,
selecting tracks and adding his own remixes in ways that one moment has the crowd agreeing with the massive head
nod and next has them jackin', Dr No is not just a selecta, but a dancefloor conducta. In fact, 2009 marks the 14-year anniversary of Dr. No's DJ career. He's stuck with it purely for the love
of house and the reaction of the house heads on the floor.
Born in Amsterdam, the Dutch legacy of DJs only grows with Dr No. He was hooked early by Black
Box, The KLF, Technotronic, Farley Jack Master
Funk, DJ Sneak, and so many more deep and freaky acts. Music is a passion in his life and he found an outlet to
share it with the masses via a college radio show on 88.5 KURE from 1995 to 1999. That residency opened
the door to many fans and early performances such as monthly bar gigs in support of the radio show and large parties, DJing
for 500+ sweaty bodies for 4 hour sets.
That's how it all started
and that's how it's grown. Dr No has played all over the West Coast, MidWest
and Europe. He has a popular residency dropping deep house beats as well as co-promoting/producing
the legendary Basic Beats for the true heads of the LA house scene in Hollywood
starting in 2002. That night is legendary. Loving the music so much leads to more work in the business, he's been closely
involved with many event promoters such as Simply Entertainment, NES, Subconscious Collective, Yellow 69, Circus Disco, Hollywood Arena and many
Dr No is well known to
make the masses dance, boogie and have a great time. People love his energy, performance, music, selection, skills and him.
He loves the music and he loves to make people dance. Dr No's energetic style of house and deep house with uplifting vocals
matched with his turntable skills & wizardry are striking. The podcasts and CDs are great and his energy and perfection
in the DJ booth make his shows a must see. You simply have to experience him live!
Many mixes are available $10 incl shipping & handling if you e-mail us.
click on any album cover for a full size image, you can save it and print it as
an album cover. Full track listings are included.
A few CDs have been added in 2008 but not uploaded, e-mail email@example.com with your address for your copy.
Deep in the House with DJ Dr No Vol 6 (2008)
Deep in the House with DJ Dr No Vol 5 (2008)
Deep in the House with DJ Dr No Vol 4 (2008)
Deep in the House with DJ Dr No Vol 3 (2008)
Deep in the House with DJ Dr No Vol 2 (2007)
click here to download "Deep in the House with Dr No Vol 2" over 1 hour of MP3 madness in CD quality (128kbps, about 57MB)
Deep in the House with Dr No (Vol 1) 2007
The big mix for 06! Vocal House energy with a seriously positive message that will keep you going all day and all
E-mail snail mail address to get high quality full length version for $10
- Jump Up Throw Down (2003) Classic Drum & Bass (Available in CD and RealPlayer)
- Basic Beats Vol 2 (2002) Classic Vocal House (Available)
- Basic Beats Vol 1 (2002) House (Available)
- Organic Beats (2002) House
- 2-Step Sampler (2002) 2-Step (Available)
- Techno Sampler (2002) Techno
- Perestroika (2002) Hard Hitting Drum & Bass (Available)
- Future Crew (2001) Drum & Bass (Available)
- Dr No & MC Vers-1 Live from Bass Camp (12.18.2000) Drum & Bass
- LA (1999) Drum & Bass (Available)
- 5-0 (1999) Drum & Bass
- Brain Surgery (1999) Drum & Bass/Old Skool
- Tegek 699 (1999) Drum & Bass
- Just For Friends (1998) Drum & Bass
- Scratch (1997) House
Keep checking for new and streaming mixes and we're still looking for some tapes from the old radio shows!
- you want to know what's funny? Back then, in the mid-90s, it was a pain to make mixtapes so much so that they were
kinda special. A lot of a DJ's reputation was just word of mouth, there was a mystique. It was different then, not better
or worse, just very different. Bulleting boards, (BBS's) were the thing then, now we blog and social network. What little
existed, websites sucked then. We're lucky these days with podcasts, streaming audio and everything else. Just a thought.