Seriously, How good is that flyer? It’s everything you need to bring people to an event. Fast cars, hot women, fine gold. I’m not bragging because I didn’t make. The HOR resident Photo wizard DENMAN did it. You want this magic look for your event? I suggest you hit him up. Getting to business, it’s CLOCKWORK week! Our guest this month is DJ Izm by way of New York City who also has stomping grounds northwest in Portland where he is part of the monthly party throwers, Club Crooks.Check out his latest mix joint.
Alongside Izm will be the three Amigos of Rothchild, Will88, and the hipster detective Goyette. Nothing but the best in booty shakers, Moombah, and pretty much everything else to make you hate waking up Saturday. You know the business!
Rock And Roll Hotel
1353 H Street, NE, Washington, District of Columbia 20002
CLOCKWORK this month is going to be like a youtube twerk video! Those pesky Plymouth Prowler Boys (AKA Uncle Jesse) are driving up 95 from Baltimore, hitting a ramp on H st, and flying through the 2nd floor glass at Rock and Hotel to play CLOCKWORK this Friday. Trying to keep up with twerking will be the 3 Amigos stylin in profilin Wooooooooo!
Plymouth Prowler Boys (Uncle Jesse) Baltimore
Bring your Umbro’s bro, Franklin coaches shorts, or just tight bike shorts and get yo dunk poppin. You can practice with their latest mix.
Special Sex Panther edition. I don’t know what that means but ill see you Friday? It’s just the gang this month but that’s not going to reduce the normal Shit Show O’fun that we usually have. If you can’t make it out this week we got you covered big time on future Clockwork shows.
June 8th – NACEY
July 13th – Izm (Club Crooks, NYC, PDX)
We’re going to be playing the best of Hip Hop, Moombahton, Club, Dub, everything with a BPM.
Brace for impact on Friday because Clockwork at Rock & Roll Hotel this Friday has the “sensation” guest DJing, none other then the pride of Columbia Maryland, Steve StarksAlong with the resident Misfits Will 88, Philip Goyette and that awkward drunk Rothchild. The good news is that I don’t have to say much because the homies music speaks for itself. See you at Rock & Roll on Friday, bamas!
In case you haven’t heard me hootin & hollerin this week we are taking over the Rock & Roll Hotel This Friday on both floors to kick off the new Clockwork party. Clockwork is going down every 2nd week of the month upstairs. We decided to go big this month by opening the downstairs to some of the heaviest hitters in Moombahton.
Upstairs we’re rockin with H.O.R. crew member DJ Phetish Palong with the resident roster of Clockwork DJ’s which is myself along with Phillip Goyette and Will 88 playing everything under the sun that will get that ass drinking and dancing. FREE ALL NIGHT!
In light of Reed Rothchild’s impending takeover of Rock & Roll Hotel this Friday Night for the NEW Clockwork party, I present to you…brand new sounds from our man, Jon Kwest. Musically, and geographically, dude’s been all over the place during his years of DJing and producing. He successfully creates masterful tunes in the many veins of moombahton and “East Coast Club”, and he does it with great ease and efficiency. Kwest stays in the studio and seems to have almost a reliable weekly output of individual tracks and collaborative EPs. You might know him for his Dust Mask EP, an exciting hybrid of UK Hardcore and moombahton; or his most recent EP, Moombah Marauders, a moombahton tribute to Native Tongues; or maybe his many smooth tracks featured on David Heartbreak’s Moombahsoul EPs.
Last week he’s came correct with a new sound and dropped this gem, Footwork Vol. 1. It’s wildly different from anything I’ve heard from Kwest so far. One listen to the ambience and pitched up vocals on “Laura’s Time To Go” and it sounds like Kwest is fully embracing the James Blake movement. ”No Money Down” carries the same trippy, soulful vibes. But “Robo Drop” goes hard!!! It’s got these crunk, hip-hop vocals over what feels like a bit of slowed-down, club music undertones. Kinda makes me wanna ride real low in the driver’s seat or something.
If you like whatchu hear, he’ll be playing downstairs at Rock & Roll Hotel this Friday night at Clockwork so come through and say wassup!