Little Big Things
The Little BIG Things Crew consist of Philadelphia crate diggers and 45 slingers Personify, FROZ1 and Case Bloom.
Personify is a DJ / Producer / Turntablist based in Philadelphia and one third of the Philadelphia DJ crew, Little Big Things. Originally from the New Orleans area, he has been DJing for crowds from coast to coast since 1999 and has shared the stage with acts such as Souls of Mischief, Diamond D, Digable Planets, Dedalus, X-Clan and Sound Tribe Sector 9, and played alongside DJs such as Rich Medina, Cosmo Baker, Skeme Richards, Breakbeat Lou, Steinski, Monk One, Supreme La Rock, J-Zone, Amir, Smalltown DJs, Romanowski, Diplo, J-Boogie, Tittsworth, Dave Nada and Blaqstarr. When Personify gets behind the turntables, be prepared to be taken on a tour of all things good. Personify seamlessly blends together music from many different genres, dropping everything from funk, soul, latin, disco and boogie to hip-hop, house, and club music. Personify’s fast paced and technical mixing, eclectic style and tasteful selections are guaranteed to move feet.
The man who is currently a walking break and sample Rolodex began his passion for hip hop on the dance floor as a b-boy (literally a boy), and by the age of 15 a young FROZ1 was practicing his cuts, and running doubles in between trips to the record store. Fifteen years, and many drool worthy records later, the man has sharpened his craft to a surgical precision. Cuts, doubles, and blends mesh together in a way that crowds loves and dance floors swoon over. His blog, Septunes, is a respected source for forgotten music of all genres from the Philadelphia area. You can find FROZ1 on the world wide web at:
Case Bloom…DJ, entrepreneur, promoter, crowd pleaser…is the Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Tucker and Bloom and The Boom Bap. Raised in the Music City on trips to local record stores, too many tacos, and late night hours taping DJ mix shows off the radio, Case caught the hip hop bug early on and has been putting in work behind the turntables and in the streets for a number of years. Case’s diverse musical selection, impecable timing, and seamless mixing hit dancers square in the sweet spot, taking crowds on a journey through party classics covering Funk and Disco, Hip Hop, Breaks, House, Latin, and everything in between. His monthly party, The Boom Bap, is an institution in Nashville and Philadelphia and is always on the move (The Boom Bap has recently hosted parties New York, Orlando, and Miami). You can catch Case rocking along side folks like Evil Dee, Tony Touch, Jay Ski, Diamond D, Rob Swift, JS-1, Rahzel, Mike 2600, and 9th Wonder, or on bills with the likes of Greg Nice,The Foreign Exchange, Rich Medina, Ski Beats, Freddie Gibbs, Murs, and Sonny Moon. You can also find Case on the world wide web at: