@OKAYAFRICA, Tropicalia DC and DJ Underdog welcome you to be apart of the essence of progressive African rythmes and house music at “Okayafrica DC” . House Dance, Azonto, Zouk and stretch out with dj’s Underdog, Native Sun, DrewCool, Kimozaki and Nykoskiie.
THINGS WE HAVE “ALWAYS” NOTED:
BRING A TOWEL, DANCING GEAR, INSTRUMENTS & …. your ancestors!!!
FREE ALL NIGHT
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
9:00pm - 21+
2001 14th St NW (below the Subway)
Washington, DC 20009
Originally formed in 2010, the House/Electronica duo of Farid and Kimozaki are set to re-introduce the core elements of the genre to the massive sea of dance music aficionados. With the upcoming digital and vinyl release of “The District” EP on Rhythm & Culture, the duo strives to prove an authentic House/Dance sound that has a cross over appeal while staying true to the format.
The District will feature dance tracks with rich vocals, including “Pressure”, performed by Sarah Vertino, “The Sound (Turn It Up)” performed by Kenny M, and “Let it Ride” performed by Denise Henderson. The EP will also iclude an instrumental track, “Back From Crown Heights”, inspired by NYC’s golden era of house of the 90?s. The EP will be available on October on major online retailers. A limited number of vinyl pressing of the EP and a digital bonus remix for “Let it ride” will be available only at kimozaki.com. Determined to create an intense musical experience , The District EP was written and recorded in three different cities; DC, NYC, and Sao Paulo, Brazil. Mixed by Larry “Priest” (Prodigy Recordings) and mastered by Alan Douches of West West Side Mastering,The District EP strives to be a record that Dance and Electronica fans will respect and cherish for years to come.
You can preview the EP here:
Available on Beatport, Traxsource and iTunes
Please tell your friends if you like it!