Tydeligvis ikke. Bitch Boys starter 2009 med besøk fra New York med DJ Cobra Krames. I forbindelse med sin “European Rat Tails Tour”svinger han innom Oslo, og Dattera til Hagen.
Og hva sier presseskrivet om herr Kobra, mon tro? Vel:
«Krames is a DJ with an open ear and a passion for rocking the party. He plays a banging mix of club music, parking lot anthems, and the jams you love—he gets hands in the air and people on stage. In 2000 he started performing in Richmond at clubs which quickly led to throwing parties, hosting radio shows, and releasing mixes. By 2005 Krames was a fixture. He teamed up with longtime friend Nick “the Duke” Martin to bring monthly mayhem to the dance floor with their Cobra Kai parties, based out of Richmond, Virginia and New York City. He’s shared the stage with DJ Ayres, DJ AM, M.I.A., Switch, Sinden, Klever, Flosstradamus, The Cool Kids, Scottie B, Devlin & Darko, Steve Aoki, Tittsworth, Oxy Cottontail, Blaqstarr, and Fool’s Gold Records’ founder Nick Catchdubs. He recently toured 16 North American cities including Vancouver, Montreal, LA, Miami, Chicago & Atlanta. Apart from DJing, Krames has hosted and mixed for radio shows including Spin FM in Dublin, Ireland, Fader magazine’s “The Let Out», and “In-Deed” on XM Radio. Krames’ excitement about music is most apparent in his newest work. He has a new EP out on Flamin’ Hotz Records entitled “Cracker Jackin” featuring tracks such as “What More Time” – which was number one on Hype Machine for five days straight. Before that, his “Dishwasher Safe” EP was featured in the top ten on Turntable Lab for two consecutive months. Currently his work is featured on mixtapes by the likes of Diplo, Crookers, Stretch Armstrong and DJ Benzi. He has completed several commissioned remixes for artists including PRGz, Hangar 18, Purple Crush, San Serac, White Girl Lust, Kocky, Ocelot and Space Dog “