Eventually, Fougy re-established a weekly presence back at The Spot called Sessionz. Over the course of the next 2 years from 1996-1998 Sessionz was Boston’s premiere Jungle/DrumnBass night with residents at different times including Timestretch, Casper, G White (myself, now G Notorious), Static, Stareyes, Mike Spears, and Al Fougy himself. The night brought in some of the biggest names in Jungle and DrumnBass (as it was rapidly becoming called); Ed Rush and Optical, DJ SS, LTJ Bukem, Kemistry & Storm, and Grooverider among many, many others. By this time, particularly the night when Lady Miss Kier of Deelite came to town to play a Jungle set, the night was massively outgrowing The Spot and started venue hopping.
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
When Jungle Roots ended in 1996, the ever determined Al Fougy continued pushing with one offs like Purple Skies, Blue Metal, and the legendary Lesson One. Lesson One was at The Paradise and was the first time some of the biggest UK names came and played on a stage in Boston, and possibly the only time some of them have. Andy C, Randall, and Darren Jay blew the crowd away on the decks with MC GQ in full command of the mic to a completely packed house… Click through to read more and see all of the photos.
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