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Blueprint celebrated its third anniversary at Apex Social Club with some of the big names on its roster: DJ C.L.A., Earwaxxx, Greg Lopez, DJ Kittie and DJ Sincere.

How Blueprint Sound’s Terrance Bligen and Dee Spuriel grabbed the spotlight by shining it on others

November 15th, 2018

Blueprint celebrated its third anniversary at Apex Social Club with some of the big names on its roster: DJ C.L.A., Earwaxxx, Greg Lopez, DJ Kittie and DJ Sincere.

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