The DJ line-up for Overdrive in 2020 – San Diego Gay & Lesbian News

It was another great year for Overdrive at Spin Nightclub and next year is already looking to be better than ever. Happy Dark Productions, the producer of Overdrive has released its 2020 DJ line-up for next year and it’s filled with a wide array of talented artists.

Kaleb Nicola, CEO of Happy Dark Productions,  said, “We are honored to feature a crew of your past favorites, along with a new crop of talent to encourage fresh, modern perspectives in our scene and to continue growing our community into the future. We’re looking forward to the memories ahead with all of you. Thank you for your support.”

January 18, DJ Kitty Glitter:

Originally from Sydney and after a 10-year award-winning career as a drag queen showgirl, Kitty Glitter gracefully bowed out of her spotlight on stage and into the DJ booth in 2007. Since then, she has shined on dancefloors not only in Australia & New Zealand, but across Asia, USA, Canada and most recently in Europe and India.

February 15, DJ Oscar Velazquez:

Velazquez is a renowned Mexican top DJ. He is one of the most influential DJs on the Mexican House music scene today. 

March 21, DJ Sharon O Love

Coming directly from Nottingham, United Kingdom, this will be Sharon O’Love’s debut in San Diego.

 April 18, DJ Lucas Flamefly 

Lucas Flamefly started his professional career in 2012 when he debuted in Madrid’s main weekly gay party “KLUSTER.” But his relation with house music started way before when he was just a teenager in his hometown back in Brazil, publishing bootleg remixes of popular songs that caught DJs attention back then. Flamefly is well known for his strong and powerful Tribal beats and drums intertwined with mainstream and uplifting vocals, providing a different dancefloor experience during his sets, mixing classic and heartful anthems with hair whipping moments, creating a unique atmosphere during his performance

May 16, DJ Danny Verde

This globetrotting producer and DJ has a popular podcast that showcases his work throughout the year. His specialty is House – Tribal House – Tech-house.

June 20, DJ GSP

This artist hails from Athens Greece. He is the founder of Queen House Music, a label that endorses the work of world-renowned artists in the genre of House Music. Their mission is to provide music lovers with quality uplifting house music with no limits. From Deep House to Tech-Touse and from Classic House to Progressive House music.

July 18, Unite! Music Festival

August 15, DJ Shane Marcus

In a recent post, Marcus reflected on those who have helped him fulfill his dream, “What an amazing year 2019 has been, thank you to every single producer that took a chance on me and my music, and to everyone who has been there since day 1, from the bottom of my heart, thank you! Here’s to an amazing 2020.”

September 19, DJ J Warren

J Warren, born in Boston, is an international DJ and music producer. His unique blend of Brazilian big room circuit, progressive house and electro house has gained him a global fanbase. His high energy vocal driven live sets and podcasts are known for including fresh revisions of classic anthems, his custom edits, custom mashups and his own remixes.

October 17, DJ Deanne

After over a decade of pleasing enthusiastic clubbers, Deanne is more passionate than ever about bringing the party to life and her music to the masses. With influences such as Peter Rauhofer, Ralphi Rosario, Robbie Rivera, Mark Knight, Erick Morillo and Chus & Ceballos, Deanne’s style is defined by the spirit and energy of house music. Her continual evolution of sound provides infectious rhythms to intimate, sexy spaces or big, booming rooms and expansive stages through her signature combinations of big beats, strong synths, dramatic arrangements and a soulful sprinkling of vocals.

November 21, DJ Steven Redant

This DJ & Producer, traveler, and surfer brings positivity wherever he goes. His specialty is Deep house, progressive & melodic. His social media profile states, “When words fail music speaks.”

December 19, DJ Nina Flowers

When Jorge Luis Flores Sánchez (Flowers) decided as a teenager to become a drag queen, it was more of a hobby than a full-time career. Years later though, that is exactly what it has become.

“I started in 1993 at 19 years old and went to school for makeup artistry,” Flowers said way back in 2014. “I became very interested in the art of transformation through the magic of makeup and costumes. Drag was a fast way for me to be involved in these crafts. It first started as a hobby, to then become a profession.”

Overdrive takes place every third Saturday of the month in San Diego. 

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