Saturday, June 23, 2012

TONIGHT: Shelter Saturdays w/DJ Silk Wolf and The White Rabbit

Tonight, one of our own, DJ Silk Wolf, will be throwing down on the 1's and 2's with special guest, The White Rabbit, at The Shelter Dance Club in Atlanta, GA. If you're in town, do not miss this! In 2010, The Shelter was voted Best New Club and Best of the City and Shelter Saturdays was voted Best Nightlife Event in 2011. More info:

Ages 21+
Free Parking
Doors open at 9pm

2101 Tula Street
Atlanta, GA 30309
Txt @ (678) 694-SHELTER

Here's a little on the performers tonight:


As a classically trained pianist, music has always played a huge role in her life. Although DJ’ing began as a hobby, it quickly turned into a passion. The White Rabbit began her journey on two belt-driven turntables in November of 2009 and made her first public appearance in April 2010. Since then, she has been playing at numerous clubs, underground venues and parties in and around the Atlanta area, as well as two out of state bookings in Auburn, Alabama earlier this year. Her style infuses an eclectic blend of breakbeats with techno, minimal and house, with an average BPM within the range of 125-135. With a love for dark melodies and dirrrty basslines, she plays each set with one goal in mind: to make people dance. Be sure to join her on her next musical trip down the rabbit hole...

SILK WOLF [IϟYϟ, Noise Agency, The Shelter Resident DJ]

This tastemaker and visionary trendsetter is known for his unique sound of custom edits, remixes and underground track selection. He's been featured in URB magazine, Current Television, radio stations (both locally and internationally) and even on the personal music blog of superstar DJ/Producer Felix Da Housecat. Silk Wolf has performed with a wide variety of international talent such as Calvin Harris, superstar DJ Keoki, DJ Pierre, Tommie Sunshine, and even DJing along side members of Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails, The Faint & Combichrist. His diverse repertoire for sculpting sound extends beyond nightclubs however and has led him to play across the east coast for numerous fashion shows, music festivals, art galleries and private showcase events for clients such as Christian Dior, BCBG, GUESS Clothing, Monster Energy, Redbull, Skull Candy, Jägermeister, and more. In 2011 he launched his other alter ego 'James Bondage' which has already been turning heads in the ebm, industrial and hardstyle music scenes. It's the sound of espionage, furry handcuffs and vodka soaked dance floors.

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