Adelaide’s DJ Demize (David West), M-Thirteen (Michael Diakomichalis), Skippy (Todd Skipper) and BottleRocket DJs (Tim Whitt and Scott Somerville) have been named as finalists in this year’s SPIN DJ Comp, which will see them battle it out live at the 5th annual SPIN OFF party on Friday 28 January at Rocket Bar.
Not only will they compete for the 2011 SPIN DJ title, but they also vye for a chance to play in front of thousands of people at the Adelaide Fringe Opening Night on Friday 18 February.
The winner will also score interviews and airtime with Nova 919 and Onion Magazine.
Handpicked by a team of judges from the Adelaide Fringe, Nova 919 and Onion Magazine, the DJ who flaunts the best technical skills, stage presence and crowd reaction at the SPIN OFF will win.
2011 SPIN OFF host and Da Klinic mastermind, DJ Shep (Adrian Shepherd), says the competition is notorious for uncovering some of Adelaide’s most talented DJs.
“Everyone that has won the SPIN DJ Comp has gone on to something bigger. It is a huge coup to win,” says Adrian Shepherd.
“With such a cross-section of finalists, this year’s SPIN OFF is guaranteed to be a huge night, no matter what genre you’re into.”
To commemorate SPIN OFF’s fifth birthday, emerging street artist, Nicole Black, will create a live sketch of the night that will be available for purchase after the competition.
Entry to the SPIN OFF party is free for all Fringe Benefits members. If you’re not a member, you can join for free now at www.fringebenefits.com.au and take advantage of loads of other discounts while you’re there.
SPIN OFF Friday 28 January, 9pm
Rocket Bar, 142 Hindley St
Free for Fringe Benefits members – $5 for everyone else.