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Posts Tagged ‘ Jeff Phantom ’

DJ Storm Exclusive: Jeff Phantom’s ‘La La La’ Bootleg.


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The man, the legend DJ Jeff Phantom has been hard at work in the Hawaii club scene, but also creating new music.  His newest creation, a bootleg of ‘La La La’ is one for the book, and another in the long resume of the Phantom legacy.  For the next week, the track is only available here. take a listen to the track below.

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Jeff Phantom – Strangers Find You.


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Every group has times where doing their own thing is necessary.  Outkast put out two separate individual albums, Fergie had a career solo from ‘The Black Eyed Peas’, Lauren Hill has her ties to the Fugees, but still rocked out on her own, Gwen Stephani was quite comfortable making music without ‘No Doubt’… and then Robin went all Nightwing on Batman.  It makes a group proud when an individual puts musical magic out into the world solo style.  That being said, me and the entire Stark Contrast crew can’t stop listening to Jeff Phantom’s newest release “Strangers Find You”.  This eloquent mix of Seven Lions, MS54, and Zedd, can be found on Phantom’s Soundcloud by clicking the photo above.  Check him out.

Garrion Black – Clarity Remix.


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The ‘Dark Ice Cream’ EP peaked in success around 2.2 million downloads a few weeks ago, and Jeff Phantom, Rich Lyfestyle, Joe Major, Clayton William and myself couldn’t have been more pleased.  But with the success of the 5 track production, now comes the first remix of our remix.  The ‘Clarity’ remix, a track conceptualized by DJ Jeff Phantom and Rich Lyfestyle, had recently had some hip-hop pumped into its veins by Garrison Black, and the artwork conceptualized by ForrDesign demonstrates the new life of the song.  The multifaceted artist added his piece to the trap remix in spectacular fashion, and even cleverly shouted out every track on ‘Dark Ice Cream’ showing lyrical skill other emcees should be jealous of.  Click the pic above to download the new version via SoundCloud.

Dark Ice Cream.


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In today’s music industry, production is crucial to having a career that pays the bills.  When I was growing up, production equipment was expensive or under-developed, and East Coast beats were relatively simple.  I always considered it a disadvantage that I never learned to produce when I was younger, and with a co-DJ (Jeff Phantom) who hadn’t make a deep trek into the production realm, I didn’t think we’d be able to pull off our own music without years of practice.  Luckily veteran producers Joe Major, Rich Lyfestyle, and Clayton William put themselves at our disposal to help DJ Jeff Phantom and myself come up with a project that let us flex our production wings.

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The 5 track EP features original remixes of songs from Zedd, Lil Wayne, Katya, Outkast, and even a take on classical music.  Trap as a genre is something that’s growing, weather it’s a fad or not remains to be seen, but what Jeff Phantom and I wanted to do was put a trap twist on some classic, new classic, and classical tracks.  Both Phantom and I teamed up with different producers to get the sounds we wanted in the tracks that we chose, and to take a listen, click or scan the photo below to download.

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Jeff Phantom x DJ Storm – The 15/20 Experience.


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Recently DJ Jeff Phantom came to me with another brilliant idea concerning the new Justin Timberlake album ‘The 20/20 Experience’.  So 48 hours later, we had a 16 minute mix of our favorite tracks from the record breaking album, all remixed the way we wanted them.  Click the pic above to download the mix.

Jeff Phantom & DJ Storm – Swerve.


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On an average of about once a month, DJ Jeff Phantom and I got together since February to put out some podcast mixes that started with Project X, and are now culminating in the 30 minute mix session titled ‘Swerve’.  With it being half Hip Hop, and half Electro/House/Dubstep, tons of ideas, mashups, and remixed were thrown around during the early phase of putting things together, but in the end we felt it was just best to just rock live on the turn tables for about 15 minutes each.  Click the player below to listen, and we hope you enjoy.

The Project X PartyCast 2.


The most epic party movie in recent memory has cashed in over $26,971,731 at the theaters as of this morning.  For those of you who have seen the movie, are probably aware of the impressive soundtrack that plays throughout the film, and it was that same soundtrack that inspired the Project X PartyCasts.  DJ Jeff Phantom and I have been getting together since before the films release to put together and hour or so of some of the newest potential party songs on the market.  The second release dropped 2 days ago on SoundCloud, but incase it was too hard to find, we figured we would put up on this blog for the world to see.  Both the first and the second pod casts feature Hip Hop, Electro, Moombahthon, House, and a slew of different artists putting out music for the masses.  Take a listen to either the first (below) or the second (above) by just clicking play.

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