Naked DJ's Global Gypsi Earth Day Party
April 22, 2011 @
The Waverley Hotel
On the evening of Friday April 22 the Waverley hotel will play host to the infamous Nakeddjs and special guest Emily Spiller for an evening of global electronica fusion and live soul in celebration of Earth Day. This will be the last Naked Djs show for a few months. Come out and show your support for their beats!
Join us at the Waverley Hotel for a dance party hosted by Little Island Productions, aka the Naked DJ’s.
Earth Day is a day that is intended to inspire awareness and appreciation for the Earth’s natural environment. It corresponds to spring in the Northern Hemisphere and autumn in the Southern Hemisphere. Numerous communities celebrate Earth Week, an entire week of activities focused on environmental issues. In 2009, the United Nations designated April 22 International Mother Earth Day.
Singer. Songwriter. Musician. Vocal experimentalist. Collaborator. Independent artist.
Emily Spiller is the next Adele, the new Duffy. A mix of Zap Mama & Feist meets Amy Winehouse. A mash up of blues, jazz, and soul infused vocals that simultaneously ache and soothe. The room falls silent when Emily sings. She finishes her set and leaves you wanting more.
For the past two years, TheNakedDJ’s (michael odonell, justin stirn, and benjamin howells) have reaped havoc on the Comox Valley. Djing and producing well over 100 events, Carrington Bay, The Hornby Island Get Up, The Big Day Up, The Big Time Out, and Mt. Washington’s Big Air Contest, they have held down Comox Valleys sexiest monthly, Reggae/Dancehall Night @ The Mex, which to date, has become a corner stone dance party known island wide. The NakedDJ’s summer time “Random Acts of Musical Terrorizm” has brought the peaceful reggae vibes to the valleys most beautiful locations like Stotem falls, the Puntledge, and little Mexico as well as surrounding islands.
The NakedDJ’s versatile musical range, and relentless search has allowed them to continually move dance floors week after week while keeping it fresh. Reggae, dancehall, nu funk, various house styles, late night rave music, ragga breaks, dub, dub step , funky glitch, mashups, global and ethnic sounds ranging from Balkan and new gypsi, to African, Eastern Arabic, electro swing and 50s ragtime, having travelled through South America they have picked up the reggaton, latin funk, Brazillian hip hop, cumbia and other Latin sounds. Committed to having music for every mood and consistently delivering seamless and high energy dance sets has made The NakedDJ’s a house hold name. You can be certain if they are behind the wheels, then the room is moving. If you haven’t witnessed this phenomenon then join us in dance and celebration.