Let’s do it! Saturday, October 12th, for more Garage, 2-step, and house at the Keep in Lowell, MA. Come out, dance, have some whiskey, scotch, fancy cocktails and craft beers.
Special guest this month:
>>>> G NOTORIOUS <<<< With resident: >>>> PHIBONACCI <<<< Saturday, October 12, 2019 - 11pm-2am (Come before 10pm for food) The Keep 110 Gorham Street, Lowell, Massachusetts 01852
Saturday April 13th, come up to Lowell to hear some vintage Garage, 2-step, and house at the Keep!
Come out, dance, have some whiskey, scotch, fancy cocktails and craft beers
With resident selector:
Saturday, April 13
11pm-2am (Come before 10pm for food)
110 Gorham Street, Lowell, Massachusetts 01852
Mar 9 at 11 PM – Mar 10 at 1:45 AM
110 Gorham Street
Lowell, Massachusetts 01852
G Notorious & Phi Bonacci rinsing UKG, 2-Step, and House music
Recorded at 2 Step Tuesdays at Tiki Lounge in Pittsburgh PA USA on May 15th 2018
Featuring tracks by: Soulecta, Nyta, Moony & Movement, Bromley and Star One, Maleek Berry, Seyi Shay.
This isn’t even a debate
Patrick Hinton – Mixmag.com
There’s an inclination among the human race to muse on difficult questions. What’s the meaning of life? Would you rather? Should I go out for the third night in a row despite being four figures overdrawn and bordering on coma-levels of tiredness? All are the subject of deep thought.
In the underground dance scene this urge translates into a toss-up between the two leading genres. Pick one: house or techno? They’re the most popular styles, and there’s a weighty crossover in the fan bases. It’s a query that can be posed absentmindedly and then spiral out into a brain wracking analysis that has discussers looking like Charlie Kelly.
House is uplifting, soulful, but techno is gritty, powerful, and each can be left feeling lacklustre or overbearing in comparison, depending on your varying mood. Committing absolutely to one and sacrificing the other for eternity is tough. If this is a question that has ever plagued your consciousness then have no fear because I’ve solved it. Don’t worry, it’s not tech-house, which is neither here nor there. The answer to deciding your favourite in the near-existential question of “house or techno?” is: UK garage, which is actually the best genre ever.