LEADERS OF THE OLD SCHOOL
In an era of automated radio playlists and MCs rapping over mp3s, the great hip-hop DJs from years past still stand tall, and for your dancing pleasure, the folks at Santos Party House have assembled a few of the best on a single bill. Clark Kent made a name for himself producing tracks for
Junior M.A.F.I.A. and Reasonable Doubt-era Jay-Z, while Stretch Armstrong cut
records over the air for WKCR and Hot 97 and won’t be afraid drop a few house or club songs if the mood is right. Tony Touch held down the ’90s mixtape scene, and
D-Nice goes back all the way to Boogie Down Productions. Rich Medina, meanwhile, had the Wick sweating at the latest New York Do Over. Expect more of the same tonight.
Thu., March 21, 7 p.m., 2013
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