Re: D.C. Shops

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Date: Mon Oct 23 2000 - 20:09:42 MET DST

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    RED is a club, not a store. It's a small space, open till like 4-5 AM on the
    weekends. Mostly house and deep house.

    The big weekly party is Buzz on Fridays at Nations. Big "rave" style party
    that goes till 6 am or so. National and International talent.

    >From: "B. Allison" <>
    >To:, Jazz Acid <>
    >Subject: D.C. Shops
    >Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2000 10:15:43 -0700 (PDT)
    > Asked this question about a week ago, got a few
    >responses, did a little more digging. I'm headed there
    >tomorrow. Here's what I've come up with thus far...
    >Yoshitoshi/Deep Dish/Yo Shop --- (lots of genres:
    >heavy in downtempo, dnb and house). 32nd and M Street
    >in Georgetown (near corner of M & Wisconsin, on the
    >hill side going away from the city, upstairs).
    >Flying Saucer --- on 18th street in Adams-Morgan.
    >Red --- club/record store?? on 18th street in
    >Adams-Morgan, corner of Connecticut Ave., owned by
    >ESL guys. Cutting-edge basement joint.
    >12-inch Dance in Dupont Circle.
    >Orpheus in Clarendon --- take Metro across the river
    >to Virginia. Great selection of jazz and R&B.
    >State of the Union, good hip hop
    >9:30 Club, shows, various genres
    >Eighteenth Street Lounge, thievery
    >Esoteric party: 2Tuff, Stellar & SirReal present
    >Esoteric, Saturday, Oct. 28 @ Edge NightClub. Drum and
    >Bass rooms featuring Trace, Total Science, MC Dub2,
    >Slant, Stress, Hail, Te-Ke.
    >Aromatic -- lounge party held Thursdays at Aroma (3417
    >Connecticut Ave., NW; 202-244-7995). Recommended by
    >Ben Adams. Ambient, lounge, dub night. Limited
    >seating. Eclectic crowd not typical in the mostly
    >white Cleveland Park area.
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