On Saturday the 21st of May 2011 at the Cardiff Arts Institute, Dizzyjam, the online music merchandising company, will be celebrating the thousandth sign-up to their website with a line-up hand picked from acts using the service. Headlining will be Hexstatic, with a spellbinding AV set featuring cutting-edge beats and video mixed live on the fly. Festival headliners the world over, they’ll destroy any dancefloor in sight, making sure to repair it again before they leave.
Also on the bill will be the disgustingly talented Houdini Dax, as well as hotly-tipped sample genius Channel Swimmer who will be musically poking us with his DJ skills. From Bristol, to end the evening off nicely, will be party edit kings Bedmo Disco DJs, owners of almost every record ever made since the beginning of time. Or since 1991, whichever comes first. There will be t-shirt giveaways and competitions throughout the night. Dizzyjam.com is a completely free service that allows bands, DJs, labels, events, and anyone else involved in either making, playing, or promoting music to sell their merchandise online – and make an instant profit – without having to worry about the cost and hassle of buying in bulk. This means they can sell their merchandise to their fans anywhere in the world, earning 25% of the retail price paid directly – for five minutes work. For free.
With the recent sign-up of the 1000th artist to the website, Dizzyjam are holding the event in order to celebrate their success as well as promote local and international talent that benefits from their service. The doors will be open for anyone to come along and help the directors of Dizzyjam, Neil Cocker and Dafydd Griffiths, celebrate the continuing success of their startup. Dizzyjam are looking forward to an exciting year ahead of them in 2011, with the view of continuing to provide a service for the music industry, and growing even further throughout the year. What better way to prepare themselves for the rest of the year, than with holding an event to celebrate their success so far in helping both the Save The 100 Club and the Storm The Charts campaigns, as well as helping 998 other bands, DJs, promoters, labels and venues make money from their merchandise.
More information about Dizzyjam can be found at www.dizzyjam.com/about