Photos: Dance Class Moves from The Studio at Webster Hall to 205 Club, Ninjasonik Shows Up to Pour Booze and Get Girls Pregnant
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all photos by Nate "Igor" Smith
Dance Class, a Thursday-night party emceed by resident DJs Prince Terrence, Blu Jemz, and Dances With White Girls has been attracting people wanting to dance with white girls (and other kinds of girls) for months to the Studio at Webster Hall. It's the sort of Roxy Cottontail-approved throwdown where on any given week, an "exclusive disco make-up" artist gets nearly as prominent flyer-billing as the special nerd-rap likes of special guest star Juiceboxx--not exactly your average B.O.-bombed Thursday at Death by Audio. Last night, Dance Class moved permanently over to the 205 Club on the Lower East Side, and while our intrepid pawty portrait man Igor reports that "it was much better than Webster," nobody got hurt, if you know what we mean. Cute girls and Reverend McFly of crunk-punk loopy-flow crew Ninjasonik showed, but there were no Doves crying--if you wanted that, my friend, you should have been at Terminal 5.
Reverend McFly pours the juice
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