This week's RIPEcast is a live recording of Chicago native and Pink Mammoth resident, Gravity (a.k.a Rob Adelmann), from Pink Mammoth's camp fundraiser at Mighty in San Francisco on June 18th!
And oh by the way, The Pink Mammoth party train is headed to Denver this coming weekend where you can catch Gravity and fellow Pink Mammoth residents Ryel K, Markie B & JDubYa at 2200 on Saturday, July 9th.
$15 pre-sales are available at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/181963. For more details on the party visit https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=215119288519341.
A little background on this week's guest.....
The Chicago area music scene provided the perfect backdrop for the early days of Rob Adelmann’s (aka DJ Gravity) funky, eclectic influences. Yet despite growing up in the birthplace of house music, Rob’s first real exposure to the genre came in 1997, while living in London. The thriving underground scene of UK’s capital sucked him in and left and lasting impression. In 1999, while living in Colorado, Rob bought turntables and began teaching himself the art of mixing, recalling advice he picked up from friends in London. Within 6 months he found himself playing bars and clubs in Colorado. While living in Boulder, Rob had the good fortune of meeting future Pink Mammoth cofounder Ryel K, who invited him to camp and DJ at Pink Mammoth during Burning Man 2005. The Burning Man culture and his experience DJing there had such a profound effect that he was inspired to move to San Francisco shortly after.
Once in SF, Rob quickly became an integral part of Pink Mammoth's foundation. Over the last six years Rob has DJed every Pink Mammoth event in venues all over SF, as well as parties throughout North America, including Los Angeles, New York, Denver and Calgary. In addition to playing headlining sets, Rob has had the opportunity to share the decks with Lee Burridge, Marques Wyatt, Collette, Jimpster, Spirit Catcher, Justin Martin, Random Soul, Hed Kandi, Miguel Migs, AstroGlyde and DJ T.
Although rooted in funky and deep house, Rob’s sound is not easily defined. Whether playing an uplifting daytime party, epic sunset/sunrise set, or a peak time nightclub slot, his main source of inspiration comes from the dancefloor. Rather than sticking to a plan or sub-genre of house, Rob's sets are based on reading the crowd and creating an irresistible vibe and unforgettable experience.
For more information on Gravity and Pink Mammoth visit www.pinkmammoth.org.
RIPEcast artwork and PodOmatic page design by Jem Panufnik. To check out more of Jem's work visit www.jempanufnik.com.