Always get a little more excited and a little more hungry leading up Moombacon Sunday. For those who still need more event info, You can find it here. Just a heads up that Rock and Roll Hotel is having a nearly sold out show downstairs starting at 7 so we are expected to hit capacity even earlier than we did last year which was around 11:15. Of course you know what the reward is for heads who come out early. MOOMBACON STARTS AT 9PM. Here are the *set times.
9:00 – 9:35 – Denman
9:35 – 10:10 – Racecarbed
10:10 – 10:45 – Phetish
10:45 – 11:30 – Plymouth Prowler Boys
11:30 – 12:20 – Say Wut
12:20 – 1:15 – Dirty South Joe
1:15 – 2:10 – Scottie B
2:10 – Close – RR
*Set times are subject to change. Any set time changes will be posted on the FB event wall. See you there Horriors!
Whats starting to become the Labor Day Weekend tradition in DC, the HOR original, Moombacon Massive is back and this time we spared no expense in making sure we have the best lineup in DC Sunday night. We’ve teamed up with Cool Breezy to give give you the most diverse, talented, well known DJ’s from Philly to Baltimore, along with our own home grown DC cream of the crop. As always, the event is at Rock and Roll Hotel with doors open at 9PM and going until 3AM. those who come early will be rewarded with FREE Thick-cut Bacon, FREEFried Chicken, and FREECondoms (if you’re into using those rubber cockblockers). Get it while it lasts because it doesn’t last very long.
January 15th, The Superbowl has come early this year. The Moombacon Massive was one of the funnest times I had last year sending Summer off properly with a grease orgy of swine and dancing. There was not one single fatality reported which is a success for an H.O.R. party. This time we’re doing the winter edition so we can use the FREE BACON, FREE FRIED CHICKEN, AND FREE RIBS as a tool to fatten us up for the cold 2 months ahead. Kind of like how a Walrus does before swimming down to Antarctica.
The last Moombacon Massive
Glad to have our DC partners in Swine to jump aboard and help up us with the event that being One Love Massive and Ove3kill Entertainment. Please support our friends who make DC Douche Free. So to get you out of the house and into Rock & Roll Hotel we decided to up the ante. This time instead of 20 pounds of bacon, we are going with 30 POUNDS of BACON. We are also having a combination fried chicken from the Red Rooster and a special V.I.P. section (Very Important Popeyes) that we will be giving away leading up to the Massive. Our fam DJ 814ofCourse is going to be laying down his secret ribs recipe that destroyed it last time. Seriously, those joints lasted about 30 mins until they were gone. But of course, FREE CONDOMS, if you’re into using those…. Now that the food tables are set, lets check out what we got on the turntables.
We are going to Crazy with MM next week but PLEASE Mark Your calendars for Sunday January 15th. That MLK weekend so we got off that Monday and Nobody has anything to do MLK Monday except digest and sleep off hangovers.
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!