“Never Lose Your Dinosaur”: The Story of Dino Brawl
With only one year under his belt as a New Orleans resident, Dino Brawl has covered significant ground in the electronic music scene. Excelling by making more contributions than just performing his music, Dino Brawl amplifies the local scene by being an active ambassador for Winter Circle Productions and successfully running various promotional street teams for upcoming artists. One of his favorite moments in the scene came from being an ambassador:
Dino Brawl in The Five Faces of Hangout Fest
Aug 5, 2017
Through five different perspectives, The Five Faces of Hangout Fest gives an inside look at The Hangout Beach, Music and Arts Festival And why this festival is so different from all the rest. Dino Brawl is one of those five faces.
Dino Brawl Publishes First-Ever Electronic Percussion Composition
APRIL 18, 2017
HOW IS THIS PIECE DIFFERENT FROM YOUR OTHER PERCUSSION WORKS?
“My other two published pieces are standard percussion ensemble pieces. They incorporate instruments that can be found in almost any band room. Hidden Village is designed for Middle School percussionist and Drifting in Time is designed for High Schoolers. Each of those pieces is used in education, but this new one has some added layers. The 6 parts can be played as solos or together as an ensemble piece. They can also be played in any combination depending on how many people you have. The electronic track adds enough layers to compliment any number of percussionists.
Each of those pieces is used in education, but this new one has some added layers. The 6 parts can be played as solos or together as an ensemble piece. They can also be played in any combination depending on how many people you have. The electronic track adds enough layers to compliment any number of percussionists.”
#Road2BUKU: Dohm Collective
IT STARTED LIKE ALL GREAT THINGS DO…. WITH AN IDEA. The beginning of Dohm Collective was a group of friends looking for a way to create a space for all their friends to gather for music festivals and hanging out. Little did they know that within a year of their founding, they would end up launching one of most noted electronic music collectives in New Orleans all while throwing some dope parties in the process.
Two Days at Pass the Good Festival Where the Party Never Stops
September 28, 2016
Dino Brawl is whats for breakfast, as he enters onto the fire dome at 11 a.m. He plays Gwen Stefani’s “Hollaback Girl” that melts into Ray Charles “I’ve Got A Woman." I observe a girl in her twenties, wearing a tight black bathing suit, dancing to this super funky mix on top of a wooden floating square of wood. Groups of people cheer her on from the sides. Dino Brawl kindly expresses, “It’s hot as shit, take care of each other, drink lots of water. Thank you for being in the hot sun with me!” His mix dissolves into Daft Punk’s “Harder Better Faster Stronger," breaking it down with a version of Black Crowes “Hard To Handle," and then hit us with a strong bass breakdown.
River Beats Episode 002: Dino Brawl [Exclusive Guest Mix]
SEPTEMBER 6, 2016
We recorded this mix during The Artist Showcase event held on June 3, 2016, at Esplanade Studios in New Orleans. Dino Brawl has been making his name known in New Orleans by bringing his signature funky electro sound and helping bring new sounds and styles to the local electronic scene.