Tunisia DJ Loco Dice, legendary tech house DJ from the Tribehouse nightclub has played for hundreds and thousands of electronic music fans, played for variety of venues like clubs, beach parties, and headlined some of the biggest electronic music festivals such as his upcoming performance in Detroit at the Movement Festival.
Playing a set back to back with The Martinez Brothers, Loco and the DJ bros plan on not planning their set for Movement, here’s the explanation to why they’ve done it, according to Metro Times.
“You cannot plan it, and you should not plan it,” Dice says. “Maybe it’s rainy; maybe the sound isn’t right; maybe the crowd is tired. If you have a game plan, you have to change it right away and that makes you double-nervous. … We’ll communicate sometimes. I’ll say, ‘Don’t play until the break’ or ‘Jump in already.’ There are little asides, but it’s a very natural process.”
“That’s the great thing about playing back-to-back,” he continues. “But it should be guys who know each other for a long time before you put them on a big stage like Movement.”
Being a seasoned professional, do you think things may go wrong because they don’t have a planned set or do you think they got it?!
Fun Fact: Did you know Loco Dice started his career as a hip-hop rapper and DJ, working with musicians like Usher, Snoop Dogg, R. Kelly and more.
Loco Dice and the Martinez Brothers will perform at 10 p.m. Sunday, May 27 on the main stage; 1 Hart Plaza, Detroit; movement.us; General admission for one day is $85; General admission tickets for the weekend are $195; VIP weekend tickets are $320. But Now