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Chemicals of Creation

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Chemicals of Creation is a high energy, electronic dance experience curated by DJ/Producers Devon James Stewart (devon.james) and John Kunz (Dr.Teeth). The two came together after meeting in an audio production class in the Winter of 2010 at Syracuse University. Having been DJing, and practically running the underground party scene at school since sophomore year their parties earned a reputation for being the most innovative, exciting and wild the campus had to offer. As the popularity of electronic music grew, Chemicals of Creation became one of the most in demand acts in Syracuse. They gained even more exposure after winning a DJ competition at Syracuse University, earning them an opportunity to play open for Steve Aoki. With this momentum, they began spreading their infectious and diverse blends of sounds to other cities in the Northeast. Refusing to slow down the duo continues to play clubs, festivals, and other events across the globe.

Devon is a proud part of the team at Dubspot, NYC’s premier DJ and Electronic Music Production School (www.dubspot.com
). –And when he’s not tagging with John, producing, or teaching DJ classes, Devon might be found in some far corner of the world, on the road, tour managing for Felix Da Housecat.

John is currently living in Los Angles and working as a graphic artist. His work can be seen at http://mrkunz.com/
and at Mad Decent (and their sister label, Jeffrees) where he interned and produced artwork for Diplo, Datsik, Skream, and Dillon Francis.

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