DJ Sep | dub | roots | reggae | dancehall | remixes |



DJ
/Producer/Promoter
Founder of Dub Mission, one of the longest-running reggae parties in the world
Produced more than 1000 shows over the last 20 years
Performed at festivals, clubs, alternative venues, museums, corporate and private parties, and many other events


Opened for
Lee "Scratch" Perry
Sly & Robbie
The Wailers
Mad Professor
Quantic
The Scientist

Mungo's Hi Fi
Culture
King Yellowman
Big Youth
Toots & The Maytals

Karsh Kale

Les Nubians
Rachid Taha
ani difranco

Kinky
Nickodemus
DJ Vadim
The Cinematic Orchestra
The Skints, and many others


Performed at

Red Bull Culture Clash
Silent Disco/Hushfest
How Weird Festival
Off The Grid

Festival Raztlan (Mexico)
HempCon
Sunday Streets
California Academy of Sciences
Oakland Museum of Art
Sierra Nevada World Music Festival and
venues in London, Vancouver, Tijuana, New York,
Washington DC, Miami, Los Angeles, San Diego, Seattle, Portland; and throughout the Bay Area

DJ or live Sound System

Solo or as Dub Mission Sound System with various MCs and musicians

Production/Mixes

DJ Sep - Reggae Got Dhol

Social Media outreach
FB personal page: 3,000+
FB Dub Mission page: 2,800+
FB Dub Mission presents: 2,000+
FB DJ Sep page: 1,000+
Instagram: 1,700+
Newsletter: 1,150+
Soundcloud: 1,000+

Awards


Dub Mission voted Best Reggae Club in the Bay in 2013, 2014 and 2016
Dub Mission competed in the first Red Bull Culture Clash in San Francisco
Winner of Goldie Award (Bay Guardian)
Nominated for Best DJ (SF Weekly Music Awards)

Press
The World Is Sound: feature on Dub Mission's 20th year
SFist:
Dub Mission hosts 1000th show
All Shook Down:
Dub Mission turns 16 with good vibes & heavy bass
Pulse:
16 years of Sunday night rhythms
SF Weekly:
Dub Mission's 15th Anniversary
SF Gate:
Bandwidth profile
SF Station:
Last Night A DJ Saved My Life
Chronicle Pink Section:
feature on Dub Mission's 10th Anniversary
SF Weekly:
Hey DJ! Friday Q&A with DJ Sep
Bay Guardian:
Dub Mission wins a goldie


former Radio DJ
KPFA (Berkeley's public radio station)
KUSF
(legendary former college radio station)