Fresh out of San Luis Obispo, California comes DJ MAKJ’s MASSIVE Bootleg Pack which has certainly done some damage all over the US this summer. The 20 year-old Producer/DJ (Mackenzie Johnson) has been consistently turning out immensely popular tracks/remixes among the EDM community and his monster pack of bootlegs (20 songs to be specific) have already been making some serious noise. Artists like Laidback Luke, Chuckie, Steve Aoki, R3hab, Wolfgang Gartner and even Lil Jon have all supported MAKJ’s tracks since his debut as a true professional. Both Hardwell and Avicii recently closed out their Electric Zoo & ID Festival sets (respectively) with two of Mackenzie’s featured bootlegs. Each and every song in here is well worth a listen; the only problem is that as soon as you click play, a sudden urge to jump around and party may conflict with whatever you happen to be doing. As MAKJ continues to surge through the electronic world, his unique energy, dedication, originality, and passion for quality dance music will surely allow him to get to places he never imagined…so look out! For more MAKJ check out his soundcloud and fb…special thanks to Brandon & the entire Flux Nation for hooking us up with the Bootleg Pack before the rest.
Preview: Awooga the Island – MAKJ Bootleg – Calvin Harris vs. Pendulum
Preview: Techno Fan Mr. Brightside – MAKJ Bootleg – The Killers vs. The Wombats vs. Afrojack
Preview: Coming Home Kendo – MAKJ Bootleg – Diddy Dirty Money vs. Nari & Milani
Download: Bootleg Pack 2011 – MAKJ
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