DJ Dossier

DJ Filthy Flip on Why He's A One Man Wolfpack

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By his own admission, Filthy Flip still has plenty a lot to learn about the world of EDM. The fresh-faced local DJ is a relatively new arrival to the Valley's club scene, having been blending beats and remixing tracks for less than two years, and is fully cognizant of the fact that he's still mere padawan in the grand scheme of things.

And just like Anakin Skywalker, the 26-year-old appears to have innate talents and an ample amount of burgeoning skills (albeit with DJ gear instead of a lightsaber), which you can hear for yourself by checking out his shizzle on MixCrate or in-person during his upcoming performance Vintage Lounge in Tempe on Monday night.

Filthy Flip, who also occasionally goes by his alternate moniker of "The One Man Wolfpack," recently spoke with Up On the Sun about his budding career and other topics for this week's DJ Dossier.

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Benjamin Leatherman is a staff writer at Phoenix New Times. He covers local nightlife, music, culture, geekery, and fringe pursuits.