Brett Hapoienu


San Francisco-based electronic artist. Performances with include the BART train silent disco.


DJEDi (pronounced "Jedi") is a San Francisco based DJ/producer, owner of the sacred geometry crystal-infused clothing line “Original Language,” and co-founder of a conscious living collective, called “The Center SF”– a community space for education, healing, and special events.

Originally from New York, he was consumed and inspired by West Coast electronic artists upon moving to California in 2009. With an educational background in philosophy, religion, cosmology and consciousness, he has learned to see the world through a geometric vibrational framework, making music a powerful tool for transformative experiences of body, mind and spirit. “In life I'm inspired by the cosmos, the potential of human consciousness and my lucid dreaming,” he explains. “Every day since moving from NY to CA I meet more inspiring people musically and beyond. Life in SF has been a roller coaster. Not embarrassed to admit I've hit bottom (or negative) a few times but those times certainly do make you feel weak. It's all been in the pursuit of my passions though. I guess I'm proudest about co-founding a community event space in the Lower Haight called "The Center SF".”

Spending countless hours meticulously selecting only the finest quality tunes, delivering to the dance floor a genre of music described as “Laser Soul.” That is, bass music with each track having its own personality, character and emotive quality weaved together into a truly captivating sound experience. “Essentially,” DJEDi reflects, ‘it's melodic electronic bass music. Story and personality are important to me. I don't like music that all sounds the same, overly aggressive, too chaotic. My music selection has evolved with the West Coast community as a lot of the music I play comes from various friends from B.C. to San Diego though most concentrated from Bay Area/LA. But I'd say less of the harder, aggressive sounds that I liked when dubstep was first emerging though I still of course love my lasers.”