Former mild-mannered music biz employees by day and kickass electronic dance music DJs by night, New York-based DJ/production duo Jen Mozenter and Claire Schlissel ditched their desk jobs for the decks. So far? Seems to have been the right choice. In the three years they’ve been spinning tunes, The Jane Doze have garnered a couple of million YouTube views and Soundcloud plays, and countless artistic endorsements. They’ve shared stages with Calvin Harris and Diplo, playing from New York City to the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas. As the duo’s fan base and digital footprint grow exponentially, the pair continues to make a mark on the live music scene. So put your antlers up, it’s go time!
Bicycling from #OregontoPatagonia with @jedidiahjenkins and @phillipcrosby
In the 1970s, Jedidiah Jenkins’s parents walked across America in search of themselves and the spirit of the country they called home. Now, Jedidiah (@jedidiahjenkins) and his friend Phillip Crosby (@phillipcrosby) are doing the same. Rather than just traversing the country, though, they’re headed all the way down to the bottom of the world and they’re sharing their journey on Instagram.
Jedidiah and Phillip started their trip in Florence, Oregon, where Jedidiah’s parents ended their cross-country walk several decades ago. From Oregon, they plan to bicycle to the southern tip of South America. They have already biked through Oregon and California and just crossed the border into Mexico.