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Friday the 13th at Republic Gardens -Go Go Craig - DJ Micro

. son of Jack ! & Highlife Entertainment......

ITS AN ABSOLUTE HONOR AND A PLEASURE TO BRING YOU A WEEKLY PARTY WITH AN OLD SCHOOL FEEL AND A NEW SCHOOL TWIST !

ETHER
PARTY HARD OR STAY HOME

this weeks a great night of Trancish Techno, House, Jungle, Drum & Bass, & Reggae

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 13TH 2009
@ REPUBLIC(formally republic gardens)
1355 Ust NW Washington DC 20009
Accross the street from the Ust/Cardoza Metro
Plenty of Parking in the area

18 and up
no dress code buy why not look fly ?
$15 to enter
$12 with RSVP
+5 for VIP area access
to RSVP text full government name to 703-786-9997 or email etherdc@gmail. com by 3pm on the 2/13/09.

web site on the way.
EtherDC. com



main room: house / trance / breaks / 4 to the floor dance music

DJ MICRO
Caffine recordings : http://www. djmicro. com : myspace. com/micro - New York
Internationally acclaimed as one of the US's premiere dance music producers and remixers, there are few artists who can match DJ Micro's credentials. Playing alongside East coast DJs Frankie Bones, Scott Henry, Adam X, James Christian, and Onionz, Micro put the New York underground on the global dance map with his energetic fusion of styles which is described by URB magazine"... spiced with rippling acid melodies and plenty of surging drum rolls." With over thirteen years behind the turntables, Micro's versatility and ability to whip dance floors into a frenzy with his smooth mixes and superb sense of groove has made him a dance music sensation. As a natural progression from his success as a DJ, Micro joined with Vicious Vic under the pseudonym 'Progression' to produce a series of hugely successful remixes and original works. The duo became overnight heroes in the international dance scene following the release of their massive debut single 'Reach Further' which became an instant club smash. The increasingly sought after duo were soon commissioned to remix artists from Paradise 3001 and Joe T. Vanelli to Masters at Work, as well as a wickedly groovy remix of the Dado's 'X Files' theme. In 1996, Progression's first album 'Progress Into Our Future' on Sorted Records received an overwhelming response and was described by Mixmag as "seamlessly mixed and a hardcore good time." Continuing to explore new musical horizons, Micro produced a successive string of hits for some of the world's most respected labels including the UK's Open label formed by the Ministry of Sound, Strictly Rhythm, Nervous/Sorted, Adrenalin, and Black Sunshine. With Micro's visibility and reputation continuing to grow, he's appeared at clubs and raves worldwide including tours of the US, Japan, England, Canada, and Brazil. In addition, Micro has produced a number of widely acclaimed mixed CDs including 'Coast to Coast,' (ESP-SUN), 'Micro Tech Mix' , 'Micro Tech Mix version 2.0', and 'Techmix 2000'. (Moonshine). In addition to his extraordinary success as a producer and re-mixer, Micro's thirst for new sounds and a desire to push musical boundaries led him to form the New York underground label Caffeine Records which quickly gained international attention with its top shelf selection of the freshest sounds from US and European artists. The label also spawned the longtime New York weekly club and East Coast dance institution Caffeine, where resident main man Micro rocked energetic capacity crowds. This acclaimed DJ, re-mixer, producer, and label founder once described by URB as the "techno maestro" and by XLR8TR as "unleashing a groove too thick to mention" never fails to conjure an ecstatic night of pumping progressive sounds on the dance floor.



LEXUS KING
ETHER : Instinctive Grooves Productions : myspace. com/lexusking - Washington D.C.

Lexus King is a foundation of the D.C. House sceen. Anyone who's experienced one of his sets knows he's the truth. Anyone who is just hearing him for the first time at our party prepare to be blown away. We're proud to have him as our 4 to the floor resident here at ETHER.



bottom floor: drum&bass / reggae / drink and 2 step music

MURAMASA
Buzz Life / Washington D.C.

Buzzlife DnB resident Muramasa is no stranger to the DC scene, having been one of the driving forces behind events like Buzz, Cubik and Alias. Known for diverse sets that cover a wide range of subgenres and long, tactical mixes, he promises to have a little something for everyone on the dance floor.



GO-GO CRAIG
http://www. Tribalistix. com : http://www. GoGoCraig. TV : http://www. GoGoCraig. com
Go Go Craig is known for rocking DC's own form of dance music, Go Go, at parties everywhere from Waldorf to Ultra in Miami.
Go Go Craig has linked up with the Tribalistix Crew (http://www. Tribalisitix. com) and is now rocking parties with a ragga jungle/jump up style.



GO GO CRAIG LIVE @ CALLING ALL CREWS IN BALTIMORE !!!


PICK
He won the DNB tournament at Alias w/ John Tab hosted it. he spinned at techademics car show he has also opened for Ed Rush and Optical. He has no affliation.... because he's so good he doesn't need one.



Hosted by:

SHADOWMAN BOOGIE
ETHER : A. son of Jack ! : Old World Disorder - Miami/B-More/Washington D.C.

Shadowman Boogie is the name to know in underground Hip Hop and Drum & Bass and party music MCing. He was resident at the legendary Sunday Night Sessions party. He is featured on the Clitmaster DnB track on Itunes. He is the best MC point blank period. But he is also a great host. Funny as hell on the mic. Gets everyone comfortable and dancing. You're gonna love him if you've never sceen him. You know what goodness to expect if you already have sceen him.



MCs:

ENERGY
ETHER : - Washington DC
Ya'll know Energy from the R3 parties back in the day. He also rocked the Destination Anime party along with Boogie. Just lately he ripped the MIC @ Naughty or Nice. We're proud to have him as one of our resident MC's. Enjoy.



NATALIE LOVELAND
ETHER : A.
son of Jack ! : - Washington DC
Female party MC's are far and between. A female party MC from D.C. is unheard of. Well we got on and this girl is going to amaze with her singing / mcing style. Be prepared for the definitive change up in the face of DC party MC's.



ITS AN ABSOLUTE HONOR AND A PLEASURE TO BRING YOU A WEEKLY PARTY WITH AN OLD SCHOOL FEEL AND A NEW SCHOOL TWIST. BASICLY YOU CAN CALL IT THE NEW SCHOOL CLASSIC.
WE CALL IT ETHER... ENJOY YOURSELFS BITCHES !
Can't wait to see ya'll out.


- A.
son of Jack ! & Mike

Video of Go Go Craig's Birthday Bash

Thanks to everyone who reprazented at my birthday party at Reggae on the Lake. For those who faked, here is what you missed:

D.C. Scorpio - D.C. Needs you

The great thing about the Internet is the ability to find out information about the things you love. Whether you are interested in politics, cooking, old cars or foreign countries you can usually find information on just about anything you are interested in, no matter how obscure.
The thing I love more than anything is Go Go Music. My favorite Go Go artist of all time is D.C. Scorpio. Every time a new Internet technology comes out the first thing I use it for is to see if there is something about D.C. Scorpio on it. The first time I searched Napster was for D.C. Scorpio. The first thing I Googled was D.C. Scorpio. The first thing I bought on eBay was a D.C. Scorpio record.
If you happened to click this link on Wikipedia about D.C. Scorpio you'll notice this ain't a D.C. Scorpio page on Wikipedia, it is a page on D.C. Hip Hop. They mention D.C. Scorpio briefly alongside Stinky Dink and Fat Rodney.
The thing that always puzzles me, is why isn't there more D.C. Scorpio stuff on the Internet? D.C. Scorpio is BY FAR my favorite performer of all time! He is my favorite rapper, my favorite Go Go artist and my favorite dancer ever. I know that I am not alone in my love for D.C. Scorpio. Every Go Go fan I meet who is old enough to remember the 80's I ask about D.C. Scorpio. Everyone who remembers D.C. Scorpio loves him. Both of my Go Go mix Cd's Bumpin' Fresh and Ruffneck Bama contain D.C. Scorpio tracks.
It is crazy to me there are not more fans of D.C. Scorpio that have put up fan sites or blogs or whatever about D.C. Scorpio. So the purpose of this post is to publish everything I have found on the net about D.C. Scorpio in one place. If you have more links to information about D.C. Scorpio please post a comment or send me an email. Especially if you have information about what happened with Fat Rodney. All I heard is that he was beaten in a rap battle by Fat Rodney (Check out some Fat Rodney) so badly, he quit the game. D.C. Scorpio was my favorite, so this is hard for me to believe. If you know more hit me up.
Videos
One of the greatest places to see a Go Go was the Capital Center in P.G. County in the 80's. I didn't go to "Go Go Live at the Capital Center (I did go to the "Go Go Parade of All Stars" around the same time) but the video they put out is a classic. Here is a clip of D.C. Scorpio's performance:




"Stone Cold Hustler (PT2)" is still the best music video ever in this white boy's opinion:



Here are some videos I found that claim to be D.C. Scorpio video's but I am not sure. If you know one way or another let me know.



The blog Wake up your Daughter has a link to download "Stone Cold Hustler (PT II)" on it.

If you have more info about D.C. Scorpio let me know.

Go Go Gringo - Brazilian Bunda Beatz

Go Go Gringo is the name I go by why I spin South American music. I love all types of South American music. Some of my favorite music comes from Brazil. Favela funk or Baile Funk is Brazil's version of Go Go. The parties look like Go Go's back in the 80's. The music is similar to Miami Bass. Samba music is sensual and features Congos. Brazilian hip hop is one of my my favorites to. Go Go Gringo is the name of my next CD, and will mix Samba, Favela Funk and Reggaeton. Until then if you love Brazilian music - and Brazilian women - Check out my favorite Brazilian videos: