Benji B (UK, Deviataion, BBC)

15Utah presents

Benji B (UK, Deviataion, BBC)

King Most, John Reyes, Chris Charles, Alcazar, Chris Martin, Nina Cadena

Fri May 03, 2019

9:30 pm (event ends at 2:30 am)

$10 - $20

This event is 21 and over

15Utah presents

∞ Benji B ∞
(London, UK)

∞ King Most
∞ John Reyes

Upstairs hosted by Vibe Tribe
Chris Charles
Chris Martin
Nina Cadena


Benji B
Benji B
UK DJ and producer. Became synonymous as the producer of Gilles Peterson's long-running Radio 1 'Worldwide' show, where Benji was known for doing track editing & making many of the documentaries the show used to air. When the BBC started their new BBC digital radio broadcast station, BBC 1Xtra, Benji was given his own show on the station called 'Deviation' which gave further coverage to the kind of music Gilles played on his show, but coming from slightly more of a hip-hop angle. Benji's final Deviation show on 1Xtra went out on 10/10/10. He now broadcasts a 2 hour show at 1am every Thursday on Radio 1. Runs Deviation (2).
King Most
King Most
For King Most, being a DJ isn’t about trying to look cool, but about his passion for the craft. His hard work is paying off too—as a full-time DJ he now sits at the top of San Francisco’s DJ elite. His consistency has earned him recurring gigs with Red Bull, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Microsoft, and America’s Cup.
As a cutting-edge remixer, King Most’s releases on Soundcloud have logged over 120,000 plays by fans worldwide. When he’s not sharing bookings with favorites like Jazzy Jeff, Flosstradamus, Ali Shaheed Muhammad (A Tribe Called Quest), Odd Future and Rich Medina, luminaries like Giles Peterson (UK/Radio One), DJ Spinna (NYC), Mick Boogie (Roc-Nation), Sammy Bananas (Fool’s Gold) and Anthony Valadez (KCRW/Los Angeles) are playing his tracks in their own sets.

Speaking of sharing, one of King Most’s favorite aspects of his work is how it brings people together. Nothing exemplifies this better than throwing San Francisco editions of Wonder-Full (Stevie Wonder tribute party) Soul Slam (Michael Jackson vs. Prince), Village Voice-approved SFNY/Society party series, and one of San Francisco’s last hip-hop and soul parties, 1990 NOW!

Whether you’re a promoter in Miami, a party-goer in New York, a hip-hop kid who enjoys rock & roll in Tokyo, or a dance music lover who loves R.Kelly in San Francisco, during the 52 weekends of the year King Most wants you to maintain your own passion for nightlife while also reminding you that Djing is about skill, selection, and having fun.
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