Pure Noise (Jeff Dority, Seattle, WA) has made a huge splash on the Pacific Northwest gay party scene over the past year with his distinct high-energy style and exceptional selector skills. As a resident DJ at The Eagle, he brings his love of big-room dance music to several monthly events, including the popular Ruckus party. While his sets feature a strong emphasis on cutting edge house, tech-house, and techno music, his expansive taste draws from the entire spectrum of electronic music including everything from psychedelic disco to dark progressive tribal house.

A night with Pure Noise on the decks threads together his love for the cutting edge and underground, while balancing it with an equal affinity for mainstream and classic club tracks. With an improvisational style and personal philosophy of playing to the party that is happening, he has an uncanny ability to read a crowd and give them exactly what they need to keep the energy going strong. Once he sets the groove early in the night, there’s no telling where he might take his dance floor, but it is sure to be an unforgettable journey filled with body-shaking grooves and cathartic hands-in-the-air moments.

2017 has been a breakout year for Pure Noise. When he’s not holding down the fort in his home base of Seattle, he has been making huge waves on the national gay party scene, headlining major events in NYC, Vancouver, Palm Springs, San Diego, and Los Angeles. With his profile steadily rising as each weekend brings new bookings at bigger and bigger parties in major cities across the country, 2018 is shaping up to be even busier for this exciting new talent, and he is enjoying the ride every step of the way.