Wednesday, June 20, 2012

DCD Collective at K2 of RMA this Friday, June 22, 2012

How many times have you attended a party and found
yourself uninspired by the sounds you heard?

It is unusual for a music lover to feel as such, but that is what

happened when the three DJs that make up the group DCD

Collectives came together and decided to join forces.

The group formed in 2009. DCD Collectives is a creative

collaboration between Debbie Chou, Chris Gersbeck, and

Damien Ragsdale.

Damien Ragsdale
“We have been deejaying together for the past three years.”
Ragsdale said, “our goal is to make music better in New

Annually, Chelsea has a music festival filled with some great

musical events; some free and some paid ones. This year

is no different.

As part of their 2012 summer series, Friday, June 22, 2012 is

Franco Japan Night. The Chelsea Music Festival has been

invited to curate the K2 Lounge of the Rubin Museum of Art

located on 150 West 17th Street between 6th and 7th

Avenues, and from 6PM to 10PM, DCD Collective will be

doing what they do best there. Admission is free so come

one and come all.

If you like beautiful art and are into music, come and dive into

DCD Collective’s deejaying experience. They will be cutting,

scratching and doing exciting things with their turntables,

concurrent with Debussy VI.

One of the things I like to see is a real DJ spinning like back

in the golden days before technology changed the swing of

things. And here we have three.

The energy that will be present  in that room on Friday is

expected to be phenomenal. Can you imagine all the talent

that will be there in the same room at the same time?

Perhaps you will be present on Friday night and we can chat

and have a refreshingly fun

time together then. But if not,

stay tuned for the upcoming

project where DCD

Collective, Dream Street

Studios and Stephany JNote

meet. Coming soon!!!


  1. Interesting blog. I suggest you change the colour of your tagline though as you can't read it over the pictures.

    1. Thank you Dan. I didn't realize that line was still there.