REV909: Daft Punk/French House Tribute and Indie Dance Classics
Will Eastman, Ozker, visuals by Capsaicin
Sunday Sep 3
10:00 pmU Street Music Hall
This event is 18 and over
U Street Music Hall founder and owner Will Eastman is a resident DJ at several touring parties that pay tribute to musical eras and guilty pleasures, including No Scrubs: 90’s Dance Party. Along with Ozker, a DC native known for his infectious grooves and bottomless beats, the two will present remixes in honor of Daft Punk and other quirky hits during their REV909 night. Expect '97-'02 French Touch, '02-'05 Indie Dance, '05 and '06 electro, and '06-'09 bloghouse and Nu Disco.
***Free before 12 AM for 21+. Extended Labor Day hours: last call is 3:30 AM!*** No photo/video allowed. Advance ticket sales end one hour before doors.http://www.ustreetmusichall.com/event/1510751/
Using curatorial skills shaped during his time at the Smithsonian, Will is resident DJ at several touring parties that encapsulate and pay tribute to musical eras and guilty pleasures: No Scrubs: 90’s Dance Party and Hot In Herre 2000’s Dance Party. The events have sold out the legendary 9:30 Club in DC 25 times since 2008 and now tour the East Coast. In addition to making and playing music, Will is founder and principal owner of U Street Music Hall, a music-focused venue that hosts top DJs and live bands. Named one of America’s top 10 dance clubs by Rolling Stone and best dance club in the region by the Washington Post, U Hall’s laid back environment with no dress code, 1,200 square foot cork-cushioned floor, award-winning sound system, and internationally recognized programming have made it an underground favorite since its 2010 opening.
Will is currently collaborating with several artists and planning new solo releases for 2016.
Ozker has opened for such noted talent as Dillon Francis, The Bloody Beetroots, Will Eastman, Gigamesh, Classixx, Tensnake, Oliver, The 2 Bears, Bit Funk, Anna Lunoe & Nickodemus, amongst many others. He holds several monthly residencies in the city, including nights at Eighteenth St Lounge, Dodge City, Marvin and the Velvet Lounge.
U Street Music Hall
1115 U Street NW
Washington, DC, 20009