DJ Quixotic


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QUIX05
OriginCentreville, Virginia, United States
GenresTurntablism
Electro
Dubstep
Hip hop
Baltimore Club
Moombahton
Trap
House
Occupation(s)Turntablist / Producer / DJ
Associated actsXeta Jones, Trooperz, QUIX vs. ELLIOT, Elliot Caps
Websitehttp://www.quix05.com&lang=en&lang=en

QUIX05 (formerly known as DJ Quixotic) - is a Los Angeles based DJ/producer most notable in the turntablist/scratch dj scene. He was the first DJ from DC to win the Washington, D.C. DMC Regional Championships, thus representing the city in the 2001 United States DJ Finals. In 2004, he placed Top 4 in the nation at the DMC USA DJ Championships by manipulating and scratching records by Queen and Jimi Hendrix. He qualified that year by being the first east coast DJ to be crowned the Los Angeles Champion.

Quix05 is also known for his live sets in which he scratches hip hop into any genre and is known to "cover" the Tracy Chapman song "Fast Car". Using a test-tone record, he manipulates the speed of the platter to create the notes.

In the summer of 2006 he worked with Lauryn Hill as a producer and in 2009 he joined DJ Quik and Kurupt on their "Blaqkout" tour. Following the tour, he joined DJ Quik as his official tour DJ until 2013. In August/September 2012 he joined both Bone Thugs N' Harmony and DJ Quik separately as tour dj for the Rock The Bells 2012 Tour.

He belongs to a collective of turntablists named The Trooperz.

Discography[edit]

  • (2018) "Weegetsshiii (feat. Nathan Nice)" (all digital platforms; released as QUIX05)
  • (2018) "Guns Down (feat. Brianna Colette)" (all digital platforms; released as QUIX05)
  • (2018) "Keep It G (feat. Brianna Colette)" (all digital platforms; released as QUIX05)
  • (2018) "Major Lazer Remixes" EP (digital download; released as QUIX05)
  • (2013) "Live At MERCY Mix (Sabbat Fridays)"(Mixtape) (digital download; released as QUIX05)
  • (2013) "A.T.O.S. Mix Vol.1"(Mixtape) (digital download; released as QUIX05)
  • (2012) "Bump. (Nu-Disco Mixtape)"(Mixtape) (digital download; released as QUIX05)
  • (2012) "BRAP! BRAP! BRAP! (A Moombahton Mix)"(Mixtape) (digital download; released as QUIX05)
  • (2011) "In The Dark (Xeta Jones Remix)" Dev (digital download; released as Xeta Jones)
  • (2011) "Party Rock Anthem (Xeta Jones Remix)" LMFAO (digital download; released as Xeta Jones)
  • (2011) "Look At Me Now (Xeta Jones Remix)" Chris Brown (digital download; released as Xeta Jones)
  • (2010) "Good Girls (Andrew Clark & QUIX05 Remix)" Wale (digital download; released as QUIX05)
  • (2009) "Hello World (Mixtape)" w/ ELLIOT (digital download; released as Quix vs. Elliot)
  • (2009) "Chillin' (QUIX '95 Remix)" Wale feat. Lady Gaga (digital download; released as Quix '95)
  • (2009) "Re-Program (QUIX '95 Remix)" DeLovely (digital download; released as Quix '95)
  • (2008) "Viva La Bitch (Coldplay Remix) (w/ ELLIOT)" (digital download; released as Quix vs. Elliot)
  • (2008) "Devil Music (Mixtape) w/ ELLIOT" (digital download; released as Quix vs. Elliot)
  • (2008) "Live Mix (2008)" (digital download; released as DJ Quixotic)
  • (2006) "Live On Circuit Radio" (Live Mix)(out of print; released as DJ Quixotic)
  • (2005) "Quixotic Comes Alive" (Mixtape; released as DJ Quixotic)
  • (2003) "The Demonstration" (Mixtape) (out of print; released as DJ Quixotic)
  • (2000) "Dual Entity" (Mixtape) (out of print; released as DJ Quix)
  • (1999) "Free Krusted Breaks" (Mixtape) (out of print; released as DJ Quix)

Battle Highlights (as DJ Quixotic)[edit]

  • 2004 USA DMC DJ Championships (4th Place)
  • 2004 Los Angeles DMC Championships (1st Place)
  • 2004 Vinyl Kombat USA Championships (Top 4)
  • 2004 Vinyl Kombat Los Angeles Championships (1st Place)
  • 2002 Guitar Center USA Championships (Finalist)
  • 2002 Guitar Center Los Angeles Championships (1st Place)
  • 2001 ITF Bay Area Championships; as Quix (1st Place)
  • 2001 DMC Washington DC Championships; as Quix (1st Place)

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