Find out who the Social-ICE DJs are here!
Let's be honest: the vibes coming from the DJs' turntables are what make up the energy of Social-ICE! While the tunes are definitely familiar, let's get acquainted with the Social-ICE DJs who may be new faces (and ones we hope you will want to see again) after Social-ICE February 24-25.
Friday, February 24
DJ Josh “Diesel” Amsden has had a huge obsession with music since he was a child. In his early teens, he started recording music off the radio and literally cut and taped the mixes together. He fell in love with hip-hop after finding two cassettes, Run DMC's "Raising Hell" and Beasties "Licensed To Ill" on the school bus in 3rd grade. Sorry for the kid that lost them, but thanks for influencing this DJ!
Diesel has been a national touring DJ with Warrior Dash and Ragnar races, which brings him around the country when there are events.
He is currently the music director / announcer at Elko Speedway.
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Social-ICE set: 4 to 6:45 p.m. Friday
DJ Supafly: DJ Supafly has a passion for creativity in mixing, blending and scratching to pop, dance, hip hop, R&B, Latin, EDM and other genres that touch, move, encourage and make people dance. His talent and skill has helped him to develop a reputation for creating unforgettable musical moments at parties, festivals, corporate functions and private events. Music has always spoken to him through the art of scratching and blending of songs. He recently opened up for the Ying Yang Twins, Yung Joc, and Pitbull, to name a few, and his craft has helped create a large network of DJs to learn and push new technology on the future of DJing. Follow on Facebook and Instagram or visit the website here.
Social-ICE set: 7:15 to 10 p.m. Friday
Saturday, February 25
DJ izzie p: DJ izzie p is based in the Twin Cities. A life-long lover of music, izzie p brings the combination of a wide range of musical knowledge and strong technical skills. Having grown up in St. Paul, izzie p has always been drawn to the local music scene, whether it was going to DIY house shows or local venues to catch live music. Over the years, izzie p has done an array of events: from art openings, to club gigs, to Timberwolves and Twins games. She welcomes any new experience and challenge and takes any opportunity to grow and further her knowledge and experience as a DJ. Follow on Facebook and Instagram or visit the website here.
Social-ICE set: 4 to 6:45 p.m. Saturday
DJ Johnny D: DJ Johnny D is a Twin Cities based DJ, spinning at concerts, night clubs, corporate events, and weddings. You can hear his mixes weekly on 101.3 KDWB Minneapolis and 104.7 KCLD St. Cloud. “This is one one of the best, energetic crowds I’ve ever spun for,” said Johnny D after he mixed at the 2020 Social-ICE event. He looks forward to bringing the heat again by keeping hands in the air and the crowd jumping to music that spans all generations. Follow on Instagram.
Social-ICE set: 7:15 to 10 p.m. Saturday
Stay up to date on Social-ICE here and by following the Facebook event updates.