Picnictyme

Sober’s Northeast US Tour

March 31, 2014

Here it is, folks! I’m stoked to announce my Northeast US Tour this April. I’ll be staying in NY and traveling throughout the Northeast for a number of solo live performances, interviews, online radio guest spots and a couple of gigs as Booty Fade with the homie Picnictyme. Check me out in a city near […]

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Booty Fade Video Shoot

March 26, 2014

Aye! This Sunday, March 30 Booty Fade is shooting our first music video for “It Goes Down” from 2PM – 5PM at Studio 410 in Oak Cliff. You know we’re gonna make a party out of it, bumping the new mix we whipped up for The Dankles and everything. Be sure to stop by and […]

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DJ Sober’s SXSW Schedule with Earl Sweatshirt, Brenmar, Scoop Deville, Treasure Fingers, DJ Expo, Hiero and more

March 10, 2014

Click photo to view larger I’ve got a full SXSW schedule this week/weekend performing solo, as Booty Fade with the homie Picnic, and as DJ for Black Milk. The fun begins this Wednesday and lasts through Saturday. Stay tuned for updates. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12 Red Bull Sound Select Presents 4 Days In Austin 8PM | […]

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Scenes from Our Booty Fade Release Party

March 10, 2014

Big thanks to everyone in Dallas who came out and supported the Booty Fade release party this past Friday at The Travis. Durkin killed it. Tum Tum was a fun host. The energy from the crowd was amazing. We represented Dallas on this first EP and you guys gave the love right back. Props to […]

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New Booty Fade EP + Pop That: Booty Fade Release Party with Durkin and the Legendary Tum Tum

February 19, 2014

Here it is folks! The debut Booty Fade EP by me and Picnic dropped today! As y’all know, we’ve been working together as BF for the past year and are extremely excited about this release. We couldn’t have done it without y’all. Dallas artists, friends and the city itself helped inspire us and shape the […]

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Booty Fade – It Goes Down

February 4, 2014

We’re a month out from the release of our debut EP, so Picnic and I let loose one of our faves from the project. Not sure if we could possibly get any more Dallas than Tum Tum’s vocals over a classic Tejano/cumbia jam. We’re hearing it’s doing very well with the abuelita demographic. The Booty […]

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