BitTorrent Live Studio Session This Friday: DJ Lance DeSardi and VJ K4

Have you tuned into our live studio sessions yet? These Friday night events have been a lot of fun! Our goal is to test Bram Cohen’s new live P2P streaming protocol, but the result has been truly unique for fans and viewers.

This Friday (tomorrow, 11/18) at 8:00 PM Pacific Time  (3:00 GMT), please join us to watch Lance DeSardi’s unique brand of house and techno and VJ K4’s generative visual art…a perfect way to kick off your evening before you hit the town. Visit…it’s super easy to join in. Just download the client and visit the Web page to log in and view the stream.

These tests are critical to help us get this cutting-edge technology right. So please tell your friends. The feedback and support both during the events and on Facebook are invaluable. Provide your feedback directly in the client and chat with other testers/fans. Stay tuned for more artist announcements and follow us on the new BitTorrent Live Studios Facebook page.

About Lance DeSardi

Not willing to claim any one dance genre as his ‘style’, Lance DeSardi’s musical output teeters somewhere between the deeper sides of house and techno. At 32 and currently living in San Francisco, his music embraces all of his influences from over the years to the fullest, creating a unique juxtaposition of styles that anyone with discerning taste can get behind.

Hailing from Dallas, Texas, Lance got into music at very early age. After finding an affinity for bands like Nine Inch Nails, Nitzer Ebb, LFO, and 808 State, it was obvious that his calling was in music of the electronic persuasion. As he dug deeper, the raw energy of the sounds from Detroit and Chicago came calling, and djing and producing weren’t far behind…

Not long after getting his production and dj career under way, Lance uprooted and moved to California. There in the fog and lights, he found his element and quickly became a mainstay in the west-coast house music community, releasing records on labels like Classic, Naked Music, Coco Machete, Seasons, and PIAS, to name a few. With his 2003 underground hit “Tie Me Up”, under the moniker Land Shark, or his huge remix of Zap Mama’s “Rafiki”, he’s firmly solidified his place in dance music lore.

These days Lance has his a hand in many different aspects of music. He runs a label and coinciding club/underground night called Bang the Box, has a slew of new releases set to go, and even does mix-down and pre-mastering work out of his home base studio, Drums & Wires. With house music back in the dance world’s favor, 2012 is shaping up to be quite a year for one of SF’s finest.

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About VJ K4:

K4 (VJ Kai) is a Visual artist with a focus on live video performance and generative visual art. As a trained New Media and Video Effects, interactive softwares, as well as develops hardware solutions using Jazz Lemur multi-touch and touch OSC technology. Since 2009, he has VJ’ed at clubs, events, and participated in festivals around the North American including Burning Man, Opulent Temple and Opel productions. His work also includes music video, art installation, stage design, video mapping, facade visual, and theater.

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