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DMC World DJ Championships on the lookout for WA DJs

13 Jul

The longest running worldwide DJ competition The DMC World DJ Championships is back for 2017!! 2017 will be the first year that all states in Australia will be competing, with the Northern Territory and Tasmania joining, alongside Western Australia. DMC will be touring the country with Heats in every state this August. All state champs will land in Melbourne to battle it out at the National Finals on the 8th September. The National Finals will broadcast live on Melbourne’s radio station KISS FM. The NEW DENON DJ VL12 Turntable will also be launched at the National Finals with a performance from Total Eclipse of the World Famous X-Ecutioners (NYC). With Bace Kadet being the WA reigning champ, who will be this year’s WA champion?

DMC launched in 1988 and gave many Australian DJs an opportunity to showcase their talents on a world stage. Many past Australian DMC champs have made a long lasting career in this very competitive industry. DMC Australia is once again joining forces with the X-Ecutioner himself Total Eclipse and the crew is on the hunt to find the next Australian DMC Champion who will fly to London and represent Australia at the 2017 World DMC DJ Championships on 1st October.
Many new talented DJs as well as established DJs will be entering in every state to take on their reigning state champion and fight for the crown.

STATE HEATS
VIC – 11th August @ Laundry Bar
TAS – 12th August @ Mobius Lounge Bar
QLD – 18th August @ Famous
ACT – 19th August @ Transit Bar
SA – 26th August @ One Seventy7 West
WA – 27th August @ Universal Bar
NSW – 31st August @ Play Bar
NT – 1st September @ Opium Darwin

NATIONAL FINALS
Friday 8th September @ Laundry Bar (VIC) – (http://www.laundrybar.com.au) Featuring performances by : Total Eclipse (X-Ecutioners) + Launch of the NEW DENON DJ VL12 Turntable.

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