THE DEMIX delivers sets with high ferocity that hover somewhere on the periphery of drum and bass, hardcore and breakcore with industrial and cinematic overtones. He is a DJ, musician and live music pusher responsible for the creation and curation of the MELT live electronic music series in Milwaukee - a showcase for local and regional talent, which has also hosted internationally known artists such as Gonjasufi, Om Unit, Eliot Lipp, Lorn, Skrapez and Doormouse.

• 7.28 // The Alley at Ro at Brady Street Festival
• 8.04 // Mad Planet w/ Doormouse & Anonymous
• 8.10-13 // Drop Bass Network presents in association with Intellephunk EVEN FURTHUR

thedemix [at] gmail - book me - dj mixes/free stuff - original music/support - if we must - hi
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MELT - milwaukee electronic & experimental music series

"“Step Fourth” opens the EP (HAVOC RUN) with some invitingly peppy instrumental hip-hop, and though things grow gothier and more industrial from there, there’s a hookiness that carries through all four tracks, even “The Turn,” the blustery nine-minute circus suite that closes the EP." - Shepherd Express

"...dark, brooding electronic music that can only be described as intense, and that’s phrasing it lightly. Every track sounds like it could very well be the climax of a horror film, as is the case with the latest release, “Havoc Run”. It’s like sensory overload in a track; drums, pulsating synths, and god knows what else come at you from every angle... it’s totally original." - Breaking and Entering

"In an almost shamanistic manner, it was as if he were negotiating an exorcism between himself,
his instrument and those assembled to witness his machinated grooves that hovered somewhere on
the periphery of drum and bass and industrial, with the briefest of interludes to a more organic soulfulness (and with bits of vocal who-knows-what interspersed amid it all). Exactly who was being exorcised of what became almost immaterial as Demix worked his magic into increasingly intense, nearly seamless sonic highs until they would drop into the echoes of the crowd's collective memory." - Shepherd Express

"An eerily cinematic blast of unsettling, apocalyptic screeching and slippery, reptilian beats." - The Onion AV Club

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