Rob Keith (US)

"Rich Foster" moved to New York in 2001 from London where he was involved in promoting stellar parties for staple underground venues including Bagleys, The Cross, The Glass House and After Hours at the Ministry of Sound. Since moving to New York he has been on the other side of the booth helping to establish 2DC as a brand that stands for energetic and upfront dance music. 2 Damn Cheeky (Rob Keith and Rich Foster), resident DJ's at New York's Sullivan Room from 2003 to 2012 (Voted Top 100 Clubs in the World by DJ Mag), met back in 2002 and quickly cemented a successful partnership playing regularly across North America. Between them they have DJ'd alongside seasoned heavyweights including Felix Da Housecat, Masters at Work, Steve Angello, Satoshi Tomiie, Evil Nine, Paolo Mojo, DJ Dan, Jim Rivers, The Scumfrog, DJ Colette, Lisa Shaw, D-Fuse, Hector Romero, Luke Fair, Martin Solveig, Behrouz, Dirty Vegas, Deep Dish, Sultan and Eric Morrillo just to name a few. Collectively, they have rocked countless venues and events including Kazantip Music Festival (Ukraine), Amnesia (Ibiza), Winter Music Conference (Miami), The Sullivan Room (NY), Cielo (NY), Crobar (NY), headlined Pacha (NY), as well as playing some of the world's hottest spots in United States, Canada, Mexico, France, Netherlands Antilles, Monaco, Spain, United Kingdom, Indonesia and Ukraine. 2DC's sound is as diverse as their backgrounds, blending seamless sets, combining sounds from house to breaks, tech house to progressive house, techno to electronica. There is always a fresh and diverse array of music in every set and a journey from the first minute to the last, they pride themselves in digging deep to find music that's current as well as drawing from the original influences that's had them involved in electronic music for the past 2+ decades. The duo hosts their own 2 hr monthly radio show on FriskyRadio and have been frequent guests DJ's on AOL Radio, ProtonRadio and DanceRadio since 2007, playing to thousands of listeners around the world...
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