DJ Featurecast is in Golden for a show on Dec. 14.

Funk, hip hop, and dubstep found in DJ Featurecast’s tracks

Golden Delicious is bringing you entertainment all month, and next up is DJ Featurecast, playing at the Rockwater on Friday Dec. 14.

Golden Delicious is bringing you entertainment all month, and next up is DJ Featurecast, playing at the Rockwater Grill and Bar on Friday Dec. 14.

Described as Mr. Midas, the United Kingdom’s Featurecast has proved himself to be a leader in his field. From DJing to producing, this guy is a juggernaut, tearing down the scene with his impressive catalogue of chart-topping releases.

Also know as Lee Mintram, Featurecast hails from the UK’s Southcoast, and has had an incredible couple of years churning out one huge track after another.

He has released tracks on exceptional labels, such as GoodGroove, Bomb Strikes, Jalapeno, Catskills, and Funk Weapons. He has also produced some of the biggest party tracks and bootlegs on the scene.

Bright Lights Funk, from his mix It’s Showtime, cleverly mashes up DJ Die’s pounding D&B track Bright Lights, Hampton Hawes’ classic 70s funk jam The Web, and some classic  90s hip hop in the form of Notorious BIG’s the FUNK.

DJs have to agree, it’s not a party unless you have a Featurecast track in the bag. At least that is according the praise he has received from other big players like Krafty Kutz, Norman Jay, DJ Yoda, A Skills, Z-trip and Craig Charles.

Creating his own unique sound by effortlessly slipping between genres accompanied by his amazing pin-point scratching and cutting, Featurecast will be heard playing out funk, breaks, hip hop, dubstep, and drum and bass as long as it’s funky.

He has already played some of the biggest festivals and venues around the globe from Canada’s Shambhala Festival, Germany’s Fusion Festival, Serbia’s 3p Festival, as well as touring the United States, Australia, Dubai and playing all over Europe.

Don’t miss him in Golden on Dec. 14. The show starts at 10 p.m., tickets are at the door.

Hear some of his tracks at www.myspace.com/featurecast, or featurecast.bandpage.com.

 

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