Newspaper article The Daily Mercury (Mackay, Australia)

Big DJ Names to Hit the Scene

Newspaper article The Daily Mercury (Mackay, Australia)

Big DJ Names to Hit the Scene

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WANT to spend tomorrow night checking out some of the best talent on the decks.

Well head to Envy nightclub to be pumped up with the latest beats with the Hitmen Crew and Mystique Allstars, DJ Maxwell, DJ Master D and DJ Blaze.

The trio are some of Australia's hottest club DJs who will be back-to-back for six hours of non-stop urban entertainment as well as jamming the best R&B, hip-hop and club anthems.

The doors open from 9pm and 18+ ID is required.

DJ Maxwell

It's been an awesome start to 2011. So far he's played at Good Vibrations 2011, Fuse Night Club (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam) QBar (Bangkok Thailand) and hosted the Trey Songz After Party at Mystique Arena with a surprise visit from Usher. He prepares for Supafest April 16 at RNA Showgrounds for 13 international acts including Snoop, Taio Cruz Bow Wow and Ciara just to name a few. April 29 he tours Singapore, Philippines, Hong Kong and Indonesia. Maxwell has had the privilege to reside in a few of Brisbane's more popular clubs. His most recent achievements include CEO of Mystique Australia with partner Patrick Donohue (Mystique at Arena a Australia's Biggest R&B Night). Also joining the Hitmen Crew a collection of Brisbane's elite R&B DJs. He is well known for his work at the Underdome Night Club (2001-2003), Squeeze Club (Alex Hills Hotel/2005-2008), Pressure Lounge (Calamvale Hotel/2005-2008), and Mercury Night Club (2006-2008). From his early radio work a hosting the On and On Show on Groove FM (2000-2002), Maxwell has hosted numerous events, for such celebrities as Koffee Brown (2001-2002), Az Yet (2006), Chingy (2006), Australian Gospel Music Festival (Toowoomba, 2006), America's Most Wanted Tour featuring Bone Thugs and Dogg Pound (2007), Boyz II Men and K-Ci and JoJo (2007).

DJ Master D

DJ Master D made his break into the club scene in 1999 when he was selected to be one of the resident DJs at what was soon to be Brisbane's hottest spot, The Dome Nightclub. …

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