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DJ Dirt Monkey!!!

Our good friend and BRC routesetter Patrick, a.k.a DJ Dirt Monkey, will be the DJ for the Battle in The Bubble.  He did most of the comps for last years SBS Season, and he regularly plays at different clubs around Boulder.

Check out some of his tracks!

Eskamon – Fine Objects – Dirt Monkey Remix:


For more or to download some tracks just click on the image above!

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  1. someyoungguy
    May 5, 2010 at 2:44 pm

    Dj dirt monkey– errrr. I’ve met patrick some time ago, cool dude.
    a little info about his music- yea its cool, he writes his own stuff, props.
    however, with the use of abelton live(a music production tool) and a computer pc, djs today are lacking talent that existed before technology stepped in.
    The craft of beat matching and mixing is gone, if your a pc dj…..sadness..
    with the laptop automaticly beatmatching for you, and adding and dropping beats from the tip of the finger, yea I would be sound pretty good, if you like the digital sound….
    sorry to dis, but when you saturate every gig because your sound is, computerized [ed. omission here for unnecessary crudeness].
    lets just not loose track of what we are considering musical talent these days…
    its the sound, not the ego drivin image that the music industry has become.
    think about that when you hear repeatitive loops over and over, and ohhh is that a mix, no you just pulled the bass line out, and put a new one in. good job. heres your $100.
    what a waste of talent….

  2. mahoba
    May 7, 2010 at 11:22 am

    Disagree. He is creating music and is a musician. You may not like the tools he is using but nevertheless it is music creation. And its cool.

  3. Heidi
    May 8, 2010 at 9:40 pm

    Wow , that’s pretty funny. I don’t usually check out these blogs, but was turned onto this comment and just wanted to clear up a fact about Dirt Monkey. Unless you are talking about a different Dj, then you are mistaken on what he uses to play a set. He actually spins all of his sets on vinyl and traktor, which is a turn table program that requires one to beat match by ear. Not that I really know anything about dj’ing, just wanted to clear that up.

  4. DJ tiestbro
    May 8, 2010 at 10:19 pm

    ok Broham. lets stick to the facts. yeah ableton doesn’t require beat matching. but dirt monkey doesn’t use that shit to spin. he hand cranks phonographs with his cock and beat matches with brain power. but since you seem to know so much about him and djing lets check some of your mixes out? or some tracks? how bout this come down to bacaro on saturday and you can battle him. you can even use ableton! cant wait to see your skills broseph!

  5. someyoungguy
    May 10, 2010 at 12:49 pm

    at psychadelia he was using abelton incase you did’nt notice… I saw no turntables and no traktor (I know what those look like).
    sooooo getting the facts straight, im sorry but drum and bass is cool for like 30min, not all night man.
    it would be nice if you did every comp in Boulder to mix it up a bit as far as genres; this to me shows skills.
    battle him- that reminds me of a joke.
    how many djs does it take to screw in a light bulb.
    1 to do it, and 100 to say they could have done it better.
    get over it tiestbro, were all fish in the same sea.

    –quote from tiesbro–
    “he hand cranks phonographs with his cock and beat matches with brain power.”
    then you must be his right hand man and quick to clean up! dont quit your day job.

    I wasnt trying to start a fire, just stir the pot a little.

  6. Poser
    May 13, 2010 at 4:04 pm

    It’s not like bouldering it’s real climbing anyway.

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