Boing Bumm Tschack (Meso Creso)

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Mr. Jennings (Party Liberation Front)

The Party Liberation Front (PLF) is a group of fire and circus art performers, DJs, visual artists, dancers, musicians, poets, cooks, gardeners and citizens of the world. Our mission is to nurture a community and events based on creativity, celebration, inclusion, respect, inspiration, and positivity. We embrace the 10 principles of Burning Man and strive to create an atmosphere that can be appreciated by all who care to open their minds to something outside of the regular box. Be prepared to shake yo rumps and make fun things (if you so desire). Party Liberation Now!


Reinhold (Party Liberation Front, RVA Magazine)

John Reinhold lives in RVA - Richmond, Va. Reinhold has been Dj'ing for over 13 years, starting in 1999 playing vinyl trip hop records and early dance music. After getting involved in the RVA Art scene he began playing RVA Magazine & Gallery5 art parties. Through this he meet Conway Jennings and the PLF (Party Liberation Crew). Since then he has played up and down the East Coast with PLF bringing their unique vibe to many venues, burn events and festivals on the east coast. Working extensively within Richmond, Virginia’s creative community and local nightlife scene he’s also been a major factor in helping produce some of the most influential projects in the city. Being a co-owner and VP of local arts and culture publication, RVA Magazine, and one of the original producers/resident DJs of the weekly circus themed dance party RVAlution for over three years. Reinhold has dedicated himself to being a progressive factor in every undertaking he involves himself with. He has also has played many innovative art openings, live performances, and festivals such as Richmond’s First Friday at Gallery5 in which PLF shuts down the street for a night to bring Richmond the biggest fire performance event in Virginia. John often enjoys himself most at festivals like Transformus, PDF, RVA Festival, Wicker Man, Nomatic Roots Festival, Camp Barefoot, and PEX Festival where he can really enjoy being with people and playing his style of creative music. In many ways he is highly influenced by the creative art community and burning man pathos, being a fire spinner and supporter of music and live performance art in Richmond and beyond.

Reinhold has headlined and shared the stage with many amazing artist's and production companies: Shpongle, Designer Drugs, Orchard Lounge, EOTO, Crizzly, Bonobo, Dave Nada, Vibesquad, Vaski, Datsik, Ellit Lipp, Will Eastman, Lee Mayjahs (PEX), Niegel Richards, Justin Paul (Playloop), Dj Everyday (PEX), Datsick, Vaski, Joe Nice, Sonkin (Eq Produktions), Nosaj Thing, Skinny Friedman, Krames, Doddie, Gents & Long, Bobby LaBeat, NumberNine, Shugahdaddy / Jmugz (Euphoric Productions), Kannizzle, Sequoia, Depressed Buttons (Mad Decent), Ladytron, RX, LJ MTX, Ninten3do, Mass Fx, XSV, and of course representing his favorites Mr.Jennings, GON, Akasha other PLF DJs.

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Teknacolor Ninja (Tropic of Bass)

The Teknacolor Ninja or lovingly nicknamed "Neenjah" is sneaky by nature… flamboyant, colorful in personality, and shines through her eclectic sets. Her flow evolves with the scene, but one thing remains clear - her love of bass music and making booties pop to international riddims.

It was while living in Wilmington, NC that she truly embodied the Teknacolor Ninja and became a familiar face as "the downtown lady deejay" in 2009. She was a stealthy energetic force that radiated the Wilmington scene collaborating with fellow artists, deejaying a few beach raves and eventually her first burning man inspired festival - Mayhem 2009 (Cape’s Sphere, NC).

The Ninja's philosophy lies deep in inclusion, welcoming all walks, or colors of life to the dance floor which carries through her musical selections, a fine line of genre-bending and culture clashing. Anything from future bass, UKG, global bass, bmore/jersey club, breaks, house, techno, dubstep and indie electro.

She hosts a party with Mettabbana, DJ BEATrix and Guapa Fea in DC called "Tropic of Bass", showcasing ghetto global beats, steamy sensual vibes and of course, BASS. Currently residing in Philadelphia, she sneaks her way up and down the Northeast in hopes to make you quiver, grind and shake about!

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Vishal Kanwar (Meso Creso)

For over a decade, Vishal has been a fixture on the asian electronica scene, first as a live installationist and for the past many years as a DJ and tabla player. With an ever-growing list of collaborations to his credit, v:k is a resident of several DC- and NYC-based electronica events, including Kollektiv (NY & DC), Avaaz (NYC), electroganic (DC), and Sutra (DC). His performances alongside acclaimed artist-producers Karsh Kale, Janaka Selekta, Radiohiro, Cheb i Sabbah, MIDIval Punditz, DK a.k.a. Bollygirl, dimmsummer, Zakhm, Dhakfu, and numerous others have made an indelible impression in the world of global electronica. From the rumbling basslines of dubstep and grime, to floor-shaking drum & bass, breaks and organic global electronica, v:k's DJ sets have garnered countless accolades for their diversity, lush soundscapes and undeniable danceability. Many of his DJ sets also incorporate live tabla, Latin & African percussion, and collaborations with a host of MCs, spoken word artists and bellydancers.

>As a traveling DJ, v:k has brought his brand of electronica infused with classical south asian elements to dance floors in nearly every major city in the US and South Asia, from Mumbai to San Francisco. His work is equally influenced by the serenity of the Himalayas, the desert dwellers of Black Rock City, the bustle of New Delhi and the hustle of NYC.