DJ Schedule

Hey everyone -- we interrupt this previously scheduled information to make some important PSAs:
1. A few months ago there was a rash of thefts at various Bay area conscious dance events. Just to be safe, please don't bring valuables to the dance. If you want to put them in the trunk of your car, do it before you arrive at the studio. Keep an eye out for folks snooping around other people's stuff.
2. We want to remind y'all that Boogie is a scent-free space, so please, no perfumes, colognes, scented lotions, or essential oils. They have serious, negative effects on some of us. This could mean that you are subjected to a friendly sniff-test, because we find that while many folks say "But I don't wear any kind of fragrance," they are often not thinking about the hair product they just used, or the scented lotion they just applied, or the cloud of incense they were sitting in for several hours before coming to Boogie.
And now back to our regularly scheduled programming. :-)
March 11 -- Lamont -- Lamont says:  "I will be playing music that will move your body, your mind and your heart. I will pull music from my library that will span genres from jazz, soul, and electronica, will be influenced by cultures from around the world and will have a strong spiritual and loving base. I will select music that connects with and engages you throughout the evening. I look forward to sharing this adventure with you."
March 18 -- Christina -- Christina's usual juicy mix of world music, funk, pop, electronica, blues, happy house, positive hip-hop, beautiful vocals, and downtempo trance will include a higher than usual percentage of Irish music, in honor of St. Patrick's day!
March 25 -- Jeremy returns! Jeremy's tastes in music encompass classic and contemporary funk, world music, R&B hits, blues, and the occasional oldie. He crafts landscapes of varied and emotional textures, loves brass and cello, and looks for music that gives a palpable sense of the artist's soul coming through. If it don't make him move, he ain't gonna play it. Jeremy also tastefully weaves live percussion into his sets.
April 1 -- DJ Zora -- Zora started a career as a DJ when she was five and was taking over the sound system to invite grown-ups to dance during family gatherings. More recently she has been facilitating weekly Biodanza classes and workshops in the Bay Area and beyond, using music as an essential ingredient for personal growth and community-building. She loves taking you on a wave of exotic sounds gathered from around the world; a journey filled with familiar tunes, new adventures and sensual voices making your body, mind and soul crave for more...
April 8 -- Geej -- Geej has been a staple of the Bay Area freeform dance scene since 1996 and a resident DJ at many Bay Area dances.  He is the Global Tribal Funk DJ spinning lush and funky tracks from everywhere.
He mixes up old school traditions and new school styles and also loves to mix it up in tempo, dynamics and variety, from the downtempo world lusciousness of Kaya Project to the uptempo world-infused funk of Mo' Horizons.  Geej has a great sensitivity and feel for timing, mixing, and sensing what the room requires at any given moment, watching the energy of the dancefloor.