REV909: Bastille Day Edition | Unlocked by Beck's Access
REV909: Daft Punk/French House tribute and Indie Dance classics
Will Eastman, Ozker, visuals by Robin Bell
Saturday Jul 14
10:30 pmU Street Music Hall
$10 - $12
This event is 18 and over
REV909 is back just in time for Bastille Day! Join residents Will Eastman and Ozker as they celebrate la Fête nationale at U Street Music Hall with tributes to Daft Punk, French House, and the best indie dance classics. Expect everything from '97-'02 French Touch and '02-'05 Indie Dance to '05 and '06 electro and '06-'09 bloghouse/Nu Disco all night long. We'll also be passing out hand-held French flags to fans while world-renowned artist Robin Bell transforms the club with Bastille Day-inspired projections. Don't miss this celebration!
From '97-'02 French Touch and '02-'05 Indie Dance to '05 and '06 electro & '06-'09 bloghouse and Nu Disco.
***$12 day of show. Ages 18-20 by advance ticket only. Unlocked by Beck’s Access #BecksAccess*** No photo/video allowed. Advance ticket sales end one hour before doors.https://www.ustreetmusichall.com/event/1701304/
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.
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.
Building upon his formal training as a classical printmaker, Robin developed a unique style of live video collage which he has performed at well-known venues, including The Kennedy Center, 9:30 Club, The Phillips Collection in Washington DC, Central Park Summer Stage in NYC, and The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles California. Robin was the lead video editor for PBS television show Foreign Exchange with Fareed Zakaria. Also he taught video classes at the Corcoran College of Art and Design.
Robin’s commitment to social change through the dissemination of information via video, sound and image is present throughout his artistic career. In 2005, Robin co-produced Operation Ceasefire, a seminal anti-war concert on the national mall. His feature length documentary, Positive Force: More Than a Witness: 30 Years of Punk Politics In Action, premiered in 2014. His incisive 2017 projection, Emoluments Welcome, on the face of the Trump Hotel in Washington DC garnered media attention from the BBC, CNN, New York Times, L.A. Times, Huffington Post and Hyperallergic, among others.
Robin is the director and producer of the Directed Actions Live Film Series and creates permanent public art installations in addition to his ongoing work with ephemeral media forms.
U Street Music Hall
1115 U Street NW
Washington, DC, 20009