DJ Matt Stands

DJ Matt Stands

Since 2006, Matt Stands passion for DJ'ing reflects in his ability to capture the diversity of the dance floor, by blending a large range of house, tribal, electro, breaks & progressive.

Keeping up with the current hits & never forgetting the classics, Matt Stands knowledge of music history & theory reflects in his commitment behind the turntables, and those who continue to support the electronic music scene.

Matt Stands has held a 10 year residency at Seattle’s Cuff Complex and Bar Myx
Current Seattle residencies include Seattle Eagle, Bar Myx and Steamworks Inc.
Matt Stands has an active travel list of Promoters and event backers including:
Bearracuda Worldwide
XL Bears (Seattle US)
MN Events Ruff (British Columbia)
Pit Bull (Toronto, Ontario)
C89.5 FM Elektrobox
MassPools Record Association
Club Killers Worldwide

In 2009 Matt Stands took another step in entertaining by adding a 30K 2.5 Watt Full Color Laser system. Using Pangolin Systems Software, the laser is capable of performing text, graphic animation, liquid sky, and beam show effects. This gives him greater opportunities to energize and engage audiences by adding a truly unique sound/visual experience to your next event. Laser performances include CDRH/FDA show notifications for event.

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DJ Matt Stands

Monday, January 05, 2015

New Mixset Bearracuda PDX live at Rotture DJ Matt Stands & DJ John Cross

Happy New Years 
I'm excited to share a 2 part - 2 DJ set from Bearracuda Portland live at Rotture.
Part 1 is myself (DJ Matt Stands) opening the night up with house, garage house and classic house hits.  
Part 2 is my good friend and super talented DJ John Cross closing the night with increased  house, tech, and tribal energy.
The event was a sell out night and the both of us really enjoyed the crowd energy and dark atmosphere Rotture club has to offer.  This is by far one of my favorite sets to be a part of in 2014.
Please enjoy,
Matt Stands

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