Doctor Jeep is a 26-year old New York native known to most as Andre Lira. While attending college in Boston he quickly gained notoriety as one of the city’s most eclectic young selectors, blending upbeat house and techno with the global sounds of baile funk, dancehall, uk garage, drum & bass and more. With DJ sets mixing the past, present, and future of dance music in some of America’s best clubs, and festival appearances at Outlook, Bass Coast, Bonnaroo, and EDC, he has proven to adapt to any vibe and make it his own style of party.
After growning up in Miami's rave scene, the road eventually took Jess Gentile -- the gifted DJ and producer known as Jubilee -- to New York. Jubilee’s curiosity about what was moving clubs across the pond and down the street was apparent; an early mix of hers combined Miami bass with grime, dancehall and club music. Jubilee got her real start when she was given command of the downstairs room at a drum n bass party. Soon the versatile, forward-thinking DJ—who seamlessly moved through rap, UK grime, dancehall, R&B and more—started throwing and playing parties all around the city and beyond. A nightlife expert in front of the mixing board and behind the decks, Jubilee is a unique force in club culture, injecting as much fun as technique into her sets & productions.
With support from
Zions Gate Sound
Forms is a Pacific Northwest-based event series aimed at bridging the gap between the music we're currently most excited about and the timeless influences that paved the way for these sounds to flourish. Our mission is to explore not only the existing gamut of genres, but also the spaces in between, as well as the threads that connect influence and creation.