Posted in hiphop | music | tour dates on March 23, 2011

Rob Swift
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For the second year in a row, Red Bull Thre3style is taking place in Brooklyn to test the top party DJ's in their mixing skills. In the ultimate battle scenario, nine local DJ's will take turns stepping up to the tables to determine who can rock the dance floor the hardest combining three different music genres in fifteen minutes.

Competing in the night's party are DJ's Get Live, Cobra Krames, Synapse, Dances with White Girls, Theory, Vinyl Richie, Equal, Stimulus and Kalkutta.

The DJ's will compete in 15 minute intervals and play a set of at least three different genres. The winner of Red Bull Thre3style will take home a $1,000 prize check and a trip to DC to compete in East Coast finals. The winner of that will go on to participate in the US National finals.

The show will also feature appearances from Total Eclipse & Rob Swift of the X-Ecutioners, and will go down on April 22nd at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Tickets are now on AmEx presale and go on regular sale on Friday.

On a similar note, the regional battle of the 2011 DMC Battle for US Supremacy is scheduled to go down at Santos Party House on June 11th. The show will feature an appearance from host DJ FatFingaz and tickets are on sale. Then on August 6, Santos Party House will host the DMC US Finals DJ Battle. Tickets are on sale.

Red Bill held another Thre3style event at SXSW over the weekend. Performers included De La Soul, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Z-Trip, and surprise guest LL Cool J. Videos below...

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Red Bull Party SXSW 2011

De La Soul Red Bull Party SXSW 2011 The GRIND DATE

De La Soul 2011 Red Bull Thre3style

Z-trip - How Low Can You Go - SXSW - REDBULL THRE3STYLE

LL Cool J- Moma Said Knock You Out @ SXSW 2011

LL Cool J and Z Trip @ SXSW 2011

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Comments (3)

Def worth attending. Last year at Southpaw was so cool.

Posted by Anonymous | March 23, 2011 1:31 PM

awesome, thank you for posting, def want to see this...

Posted by djnyc | March 23, 2011 9:53 PM

Are they using vinyl or serato?

Posted by Anonymous | March 24, 2011 3:27 AM

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