Banging Techno sets :: 032 >> Lindsay Green b2b Kendal Baird // GO!DIVA
Lindsay Green & Kendal Baird
Lindsay Green and Kendal Baird met a little under two years ago going to Club 69 where they first experienced underground techno. After going to a night Solute in the July of that year and seeing DJs Slam & Wardy they experienced a night that was to change their future... After this night they got their first set of decks and started to learn how to mix and in general got totally lost in the world of techno.
They started going to various nights like Pressure, Blink and Code and within a matter of months were travelling further afield catching acts that would later influence their sound and even travelled down to Subbass DJ Academy in London for a beginners weekend crash course in djing. By the beginning of 2011 Lindsay & Kendal were regularly playing out in Club 69 and it wasn’t too long before they started catching the eyes of promoters from Glasgow and Edinburgh and played as guests at various nights such as DC69, Elevate, The Difference, Uberfest and Subliminal to name a few. 2012 is shaping up to be a massive year for Lindsay & Kendal with their talent getting the recognition it rightly deserves.
The year started off with them making their Arches debut at Irvine Welsh’s Ecstasy UK Film Premier after party as the ‘Techno Terrorists’ which gained them plaudits and an exposure to a wider fan base. They also co run new Glasgow techno night White Noise alongside techno duo The Sublime which kicked off in April with guests Wave Form. They have techno legend Phil Kieran lined up for June as well as another three big guests lined up for later in the year.
They have also gone into Music production to learn how to create their own music and take things to the next level. They may be young in age but the future is looking bright for Lindsay Green and Kendal Baird.
Lindsay - http://soundcloud.com/lindsayxgreen
Kendal - http://soundcloud.com/kendal-baird-x
GO!DIVA was born in Holland in 1980. She always had a passion for music. When house music got on her way she started to collect vinyl in 1992. A year later she went to her first big rave and started to produce hardcore with some friends. After a few years, DJs like Dave Clarke, Jeff Mills, Sven Vath, Richie Hawtin etc. got her back into techno music.
In 2001 she picked up producing again, with simple programs just for fun, so nothing serious. After 16 years of collecting vinyl and going to parties she got her first turntables at the end of 2007. In 2009 she started to play at parties/festivals and soon she realised that her passion for music was more than just a hobby and invested in some hardware and software to use and make music in a more professional way.
GO!DIVA loves all kinds of electronic music and mainly plays dark techno and minimal, but also tech-house, drum and bass, breaks, dubstep, etc.
She produces minimal, techno and breaks. Her mixes are made with vinyl and Traktor with timecoded vinyl or controller(s).
2010 started good for GO!DIVA. She made it into the finals of the Next Generation DJ contest. On february the 8th she had her first release `Be Patient` on Lot49 and more releases on !Organism, Intertech Records, Redbox Records and NBG-music followed. Releases on Brickwork, Machine Box, Gobsmacked, Speca, Unofficial Records, The Zone Records, AOA recordings and NBG-music are scheduled for the next two months and more will follow.
On the 16th of february she started her own radioshow `GO!DIVA FM` on fnoob.com .
Her favorit producers/dj`s are: Extrawelt, Popof, Umek, Trentemoller, Stephan Bodzin, Oliver Huntemann, Pan-Pot, Adam Beyer, The Advent & Industrialyzer, Joey Beltram, Pfirter, Virgil Enzinger, Sven Wittekind, Pig and Dan, Lutzenkirchen, Matthew Johnson, Alessio Mereu, Tomy DeClerque, Secret Cinema, Julian Jeweil, Ortin Cam, Aphex twin, Prodigy, Mr Oizo and many more
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