The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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Ruben Valles
Ma and 19-year-old Aaron Reyes, aka DJ Kodon, strike an attitude for a quick shot before getting back to playing music.

The electronic stylings of De Anza students Aaron Reyes and Victor Ma reverberated through the main quad April 10, part of the De Anza’s Spring 2013 Welcome Week entertainment.

Both artists played electronic dance music on the campus center patio stage for any nearby students to listen and enjoy.

Ma, 19, who goes by the name DJ Vicadin said music helps people through their lives.

“Music turns off your mind and turns on your heart … it expresses people’s emotions,” Ma said.

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De Anza student Nada V. Joseph, 19, watches Victor ma, 19, play electronic dance music in the Main Quad, Wednesday, April 10.

Accounting major Nada V. Joseph, 19, said he enjoyed listening to the melodies and beats drift on campus.

“Music should be played on campus more often,” Joseph said.

Reyes, 19, whose stage name is DJ Kodon, said music is a quick pick me up.

“Music just gets you in a good mood” Reyes said.

Ma and Reyes were the last performers for the Spring 2013 Welcome Week entertainment.

Ma aka DJ Vicadin, 19, plays music while his partner Reyes, 19, watches and observes his mixing skills n the Main Quad, Wednesday, April 10.



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