Saturday, March 22
Maggs Bruchez
DJ Zip | DJ Slipcase

7PM - 12AM   |   $5  |   Cash Only

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Maggs Bruchez

After unknowingly and simultaneously dating the same supermodel for 3 years, Will Maggs & Andre Bruchez met at a private party in the top floor suite of a 53 story building in downtown Philadelphia. After discussing how much more upset they were with the evening’s soundtrack than that of their previous shared love, together they decided to put aside their differences and vowed to educate the public on what proper dance music should sound like. With Will’s background in improvisational jazz saxophone and Andre’s ability to reproduce animal sounds with synthesizers the duo began creating their own dance floor symphonies and learned to mix music (or DJ) as a means of sharing their passion for euphoric groovy beats. Fast forward a few more years and the duo has refined their sound with a collection of releases on various international dance music labels. They’ve also launched their own label, emby, which is an outlet for their network of groove-music enthusiast friends.

DJ Zip

DJ Zip is a purveyor of funky house jams and shaky tailfeathers. In 1990, at the tender age of 15, he was hustling rides to New York City to attend some of the country’s earliest raves. With a 19 year old record collection that ranges from old school techno to breakbeat, crackling-vinyl house classics to the digitally-fresh house of tomorrow, Zip can make you, your boss, your better half, your toddler and your grandma dance. As the musical half of a lively husband/wife nightlife promo team, Zip had a successful run of weekly and monthly events in Wilmington, DE, including several fine dining establishments, the county's only two gay bars and multiple art galleries, as well as street festivals, fashion shows and fundraising events. He is also half of the breakbeat duo 1975

DJ Slipcase

DJ Slipcase is Newark, Delaware's Nick Piser. He is a University of Delaware student and current host of the long-running weekly ZeroHour radio show on WVUD. He taps into a wide array of genres to keep dance floors packed. After playing main stage festivals and sharing the stage with artists such as Figure, Minnesota, + many more, Slipcase has become one to watch.

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