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Diplo, Diplodocus, Wes Gully, and Wes Diplo are all pseudonyms of Wesley Pentz, a Philadelphia-based producer and DJ since 2003. Together with DJ Low Budget he runs Hollertronix, a party and music collective. In addition to his solo career, he has worked with Sri-Lankan/Tamil singer and artist M. Check our available Diplo concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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Diplo's new six-track EP has met with some disdain over the few months it's been out. Pitchfork's Larry Fitzmaurice, after a typically long-winded overview of Wes Pentz's career, calls the release "garish" and "watered down."'s Ashley Hampson wastes no time and pulls no punches: "You can't help but be struck by how unimpressive the offering is." The EP's 2...
A pile of asses locked into prime twerking position, coalescing to form a giant fist that unmistakably resembles an iconic symbol typically used to represent those who are fighting against oppression: not the most subtle image in the world--but then, Diplo's never been one for subtlety. The Ferry Gouw-designed cover art for Diplo's latest solo release, the Revolution EP, is tasteless, provocative--and, given pop culture's current watercooler fixation with twerking, quite timely...
Diplo's been a busy guy since the release of his last EP, , including working on a new album from Major Lazer and more than a handful of collaborations with others. His latest EP, , continues with the twerking theme found on the former, but this is noticeably slower and conspicuously lacking when it comes to musical adventurousness. No one doubts his abilities, far from it -- I mean, it's Diplo -- but you can't help but be struck by how unimpressive the offering is...
All Diplo creations have a lewd undertone to them that, more often than not, comes to the surface disguised as grimy rhymes. On his latest EP, Express Yourself, in typical fashion, the in-demand DJ/producer hosts numerous dirty/likeminded collaborators. Snorting basslines and Middle Eastern-flavored honks lay the groundwork for the squalid lyricism on Express Yourself. No matter who the female vocalist, there seems to be a search for a M.I.A.-esque input...
Exercising none of the production restraint that made Usher's "Climax" spring's best quiet-storm jam, Diplo achieves awesomeness the opposite way on this six-song set. He throws synthesizer tantrums full of chest-beating bass lines and calls in pottymouthed MCs like Nicky Da B, who helped turn "Express Yourself" into a NSFW YouTube classic. Listen to "Express Yourself": Related • Photos: Random Notes
Being his first solo release in years, expectations are quite high on globetrotting DJ/producer Diplo's latest, Express Yourself. The EP consists of six tracks of mostly moombahton productions. Standout tracks include the frantic, New Orleans bounce banger "Express Yourself," featuring rapper Nicky Da B, and "Move Around," featuring Elephant Man, which thuds on a progressive, post-dancehall vibe...
Months before its release, we were teased with the title track of this EP, which featured the abrupt, rapid-fire vocals of up-and-comer Nicky Da B. With a collaboration with Snoop Dog underway and the release of the sublime "Get Free," from Diplo's alter-ego, Major Lazer, still making the rounds, the release of Express Yourself couldn't come at a better time for the DJ/producer...
Around five years ago, Philadelphia-based DJ Diplo reached critical mass through collaborations with M.I.A. Remixes soon followed for Kayne West, Justin Timberlake and Gwen Stefani, and more recently, Madonna and Radiohead...
Most listeners should observe after this rendering, Diplo acquired some of his sonic edge by digging deep into reggae's dusty LP's & 45s; some could even say he swack'ed Peter Tosh, no harm done there. Outside of a particularly awful version of Gregory Isaacs' "Night Nurse," (quite possibly unforgivable in some circles), this riddim-rundown gets high marks...
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