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  1. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> FREE WITH RSVP BEFORE 11PM AT EVENTBRITE EVENT PAGE AND MORE INFO AT FACEBOOK CHECK OUT *ALL NEW* FOOTAGE OF WAYNE WILLIAMS AT YOUTUBE CHECK OUT GARY WALLACE AT FACEBOOK VIDEO CHECK OUT TONY POWELL AT YOUTUBE FOLLOW ROBBI ON INSTAGRAM LIKE + Robbi FACEBOOK ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robbi is sponsored by www.Nychouseradio.com 24 hrs of banging dance music in surround sound
  2. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> EVENT PAGE AND MORE INFO AT FACEBOOK It all started in Baltimore! On Saturday, September 29, 2018 we celebrate #15YearsOfDeepSugar in our hometown! The friends, family, the dancers, the scene at large all came together to add something wonderful to Baltimore night life! Starting at 8 PM doors will open for a cocktail party until 10 PM. Admission only $10 for the first two hours CHECK OUT MIX FROM ULTRA NATE AT MIXCLOUD CHECK OUT PROMO AT FACEBOOK VIDEO FOLLOW ROBBI ON INSTAGRAM LIKE + Robbi FACEBOOK ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robbi is sponsored by www.Nychouseradio.com 24 hrs of banging dance music in surround sound
  3. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> EVENT PAGE AND MORE INFO AT FACEBOOK CHECK OUT *ALL NEW* FOOTAGE OF TONY TOUCH AT YOUTUBE CHECK OUT JIHAD MUHAMMAD AT FACEBOOK VIDEO CHECK OUT WYZE O MATIC AT FACEBOOK VIDEO CHECK OUT K-KATSU AT FACEBOOK VIDEO PICK UP Rebel (PolyRhythm Vocal Remix) - SONI withanEYE at TRAXSOURCE PICK UP Rebel (PolyRhythm Dub Remix) - SONI withanEYE at TRAXSOURCE FOLLOW ROBBI ON INSTAGRAM LIKE + Robbi FACEBOOK ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robbi is sponsored by www.Nychouseradio.com 24 hrs of banging dance music in surround sound
  4. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> EVENT PAGE AND MORE INFO AT FACEBOOK CHECK OUT *ALL NEW* FOOTAGE OF TONY TOUCH AT YOUTUBE CHECK OUT JIHAD MUHAMMAD AT FACEBOOK VIDEO CHECK OUT WYZE O MATIC AT FACEBOOK VIDEO CHECK OUT K-KATSU AT FACEBOOK VIDEO PICK UP Rebel (PolyRhythm Vocal Remix) - SONI withanEYE at TRAXSOURCE PICK UP Rebel (PolyRhythm Dub Remix) - SONI withanEYE at TRAXSOURCE FOLLOW ROBBI ON INSTAGRAM LIKE + Robbi FACEBOOK ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robbi is sponsored by www.Nychouseradio.com 24 hrs of banging dance music in surround sound
  5. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>THIS IS FREE AND OUTDOORS >>> ...ALL AGES WELCOME>>>>>> 11AM START EVENT PAGE AND MORE INFO AT FACEBOOK The website to Club Fit is https://empowerthroughplay.org/ FOLLOW ROBBI ON INSTAGRAM LIKE + Robbi FACEBOOK ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robbi is sponsored by www.Nychouseradio.com 24 hrs of banging dance music in surround sound
  6. > >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> GET TICKETS AT JELLYBEANBENITEZSHOP EVENT PAGE AND MORE INFO AT FACEBOOK CHECK OUT JELLYBEAN BENITEZ (BOILER ROOM) AT YOUTUBE FOLLOW ROBBI ON INSTAGRAM LIKE + Robbi FACEBOOK ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robbi is sponsored by www.Nychouseradio.com 24 hrs of banging dance music in surround sound
  7. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> EVENT PAGE AND MORE INFO (DC KICK OFF PARTY & TOUR CALENDAR) AT FACEBOOK CHECK OUT PROMO VIDEO AT FACEBOOK VIDEO FOLLOW ROBBI ON INSTAGRAM LIKE + Robbi FACEBOOK ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robbi is sponsored by www.Nychouseradio.com 24 hrs of banging dance music in surround sound
  8. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> EVENT PAGE AND MORE INFO AT FACEBOOK CHECK OUT TONY TOUCH AT FACEBOOK VIDEO CHECK OUT "DO YOU WANNA BOOGIE?" AT FACEBOOK VIDEO FOLLOW ROBBI ON INSTAGRAM LIKE + Robbi FACEBOOK ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robbi is sponsored by www.Nychouseradio.com 24 hrs of banging dance music in surround sound
  9. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>THIS IS FREE AND OUTDOORS >>> ...ALL AGES WELCOME>>>>>> DONATE AT GOFUNDME webpage>>>https://www.capitalhousemusicfestival.org/faq FOLLOW ROBBI ON INSTAGRAM LIKE + Robbi FACEBOOK ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robbi is sponsored by www.Nychouseradio.com 24 hrs of banging dance music in surround sound
  10. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> EVENT PAGE AND MORE INFO AT FACEBOOK CHECK OUT TONY TOUCH AT FACEBOOK VIDEO CHECK OUT TERRY HUNTER AT FACEBOOK VIDEO CHECK OUT DJ YOGI AT FACEBOOK VIDEO CHECK OUT KELLY G AT PODOMATIC FOLLOW ROBBI ON INSTAGRAM LIKE + Robbi FACEBOOK ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robbi is sponsored by www.Nychouseradio.com 24 hrs of banging dance music in surround sound
  11. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> EVENT PAGE AND MORE INFO AT FACEBOOK CHECK OUT TONY TOUCH AT FACEBOOK VIDEO CHECK OUT TERRY HUNTER AT FACEBOOK VIDEO CHECK OUT DJ YOGI AT FACEBOOK VIDEO CHECK OUT KELLY G AT PODOMATIC FOLLOW ROBBI ON INSTAGRAM LIKE + Robbi FACEBOOK ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robbi is sponsored by www.Nychouseradio.com 24 hrs of banging dance music in surround sound
  12. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>THIS IS FREE AND OUTDOORS >>> ...ALL AGES WELCOME>>>>>> EVENT PAGE AND MORE INFO AT FACEBOOK FOLLOW ROBBI ON INSTAGRAM LIKE + Robbi FACEBOOK ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robbi is sponsored by www.Nychouseradio.com 24 hrs of banging dance music in surround sound
  13. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 7pm Seated Doors 7:30pm Standing Doors 8pm Show $22 Adv // $25 D.O.S // $35 Seated GET TICKETS ASAP AT ADMOREMUSIC EVENT PAGE AND MORE INFO AT FACEBOOK CHECK OUT TORTURED SOUL AT FACEBOOK VIDEO CHECK OUT LADY ALMA AT YOUTUBE CHECK OUT KING BRITT AT FACEBOOK VIDEO FOLLOW ROBBI ON INSTAGRAM LIKE + Robbi FACEBOOK The Ardmore Music Hall 23 East Lancaster Ave Ardmore, PA, 19003 http://www.ardmoremusic.com Tortured Soul Before DJs evolved into global superstars, musicians carried the baton. The Brooklyn-based dance trio Tortured Soul isn’t trying to intently rewrite the logic of today’s EDM with the sweat of their own musicianship, but they are living proof that the very same music can be freed from the DJ booth. Influenced by the classic songcraft of Prince, Heatwave and Kool & The Gang, the members of Tortured Soul are three distinctive guys with three different backgrounds, united under a groove-centered rhythm. The band’s frontman and principal songwriter, John-Christian Urich, can be seen simultaneously drumming and singing with effortless mastery, while the rest of the collective, made up of keyboardist Ethan White and bassist Jordan Scannella, virtuosically generate the pulsating accompaniment. It’s a striking visual that’s feverously winning converts with each and every tour stop, with them being likened to The Roots of house music. Inside the group’s mystique, the acid jazz is reminiscent of Jamiroquai funk, while deeply saturated in the contemporary freshness of house purveyors like Joey Negro, Kenny Dope, Soul Clap and Jamie Jones. Even the legendary tastemaker Gilles Peterson, dubbed them “the future of house music." Tortured Soul’s origins date back to 2001 while Urich was steering Cooly’s Hot Box, an acid jazz outfit also featuring under-the-radar indie soul vocalist Angela Johnson. After putting Cooly’s Hot Box on hiatus, Urich composed “Might Do Something Wrong,” which was quickly picked up by New York-based deep house label Central Park Recordings, and Tortured Soul was born. Thanks to the cool laidback mix provided by Osunlade, the song quickly became an underground staple at the iconic Club Shelter and helped jumpstart the development of a full-length disc generating more soulful house. With the 12-inch single in heavy rotation in the New York club circuit, Urich went into overtime to restructure the band’s line-up: The session players on “Might Do Something Wrong” were out; bassist Jason “JKriv” Kriveloff and slick, jazz-honed keyboardist Ethan White – formally Urich's bandmates in the rhythm section of NYC acid-jazz band Topaz – were in. Together, the new trio forged a new cool sound by blending the freewheeling New York house and classic disco beats with elements of hip-hop, salsa and Roy Ayers-styled jazz-fusion. From the very start, Urich secured himself as a power player, composing the lion’s share of material, delivering thick four-on-the-floor beats and using a smart vocal showcase fusing a Maxwell styled falsetto with Justin Timberlake-tinted lower register. But his bandmates were just as essential: White’s killer vibes on the Wurlitzer and Kriveloff’s booty-shaking bass were neatly integrated into the mix. A succession of 12-inch singles followed “Might Do Something Wrong,” including Alix Alvarez’s mix of “How’s Your Life” and the romantic dance-pop of “Fall in Love.” Billboard dance critic Michael Paoletta lauded the latter track by calling it “a sterling, soul-slammed house jam.” Each of the singles impressed the bevy of the world’s dance halls, allowing the band to tour heavily with appearances at clubs and festivals across the US. With 2006’s Introducing Tortured Soul, the band was able to piece together their first debut album using all their earlier singles while also incorporating a few new studio additions. The follow-up album, 2009’s Did You Miss Me, released on the band’s own label, TSTC Records, ushered in a new wave of critical acclaim, climatically winning accolades from various music publications like Blues and Soul, SoulTracks and SoulBounce. “Home to You,” “In My Fantasy” and “Your Dream Is My Dream” were all given the 12” and 7” singles’ treatment. Continuing their regimen for clubland rituals, Tortured Soul implored an attractive A-list of DJs and remixers to carefully handle the mixes for their latest batch of uptempo dancefloor fillers, including Mark de Clive-Lowe, Quentin Harris, Jon Cutler, DJ Spinna, Dimitri From Paris and remix pioneer Tom Moulton. In 2010, Kriveloff departed the group to focus on his new record label. After a tedious audition process, the void was filled when talented New York bassist Jordan Scannella – dubbed “JORSCAN” for short – was hired. His arrival ushers in the latest chapter in Tortured Soul’s evolution as the group prepares to drop their third album in 2013, along with even more groovy singles. Today, their popularity continues to spread across intercontinental boundaries as their touring schedules broaden with every single measure. So far, the group has wowed audiences at some of the world’s biggest music festivals, such as the Cape Town Jazz Festival, (South Africa), Java Jazz Festival (Indonesia), Detroit Electronic Music Festival (USA), Pukkelpop (Belgium), Big Chill Festival (UK) and Montreal International Jazz Festival (Canada). Touring abroad has not hindered them from making their bicoastal US rounds at Bonnaroo, Mil ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robbi is sponsored by www.Nychouseradio.com 24 hrs of banging dance music in surround sound
  14. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 7pm Seated Doors 7:30pm Standing Doors 8pm Show $22 Adv // $25 D.O.S // $35 Seated GET TICKETS ASAP AT ADMOREMUSIC EVENT PAGE AND MORE INFO AT FACEBOOK CHECK OUT TORTURED SOUL AT FACEBOOK VIDEO CHECK OUT LADY ALMA AT YOUTUBE CHECK OUT KING BRITT AT FACEBOOK VIDEO FOLLOW ROBBI ON INSTAGRAM LIKE + Robbi FACEBOOK The Ardmore Music Hall 23 East Lancaster Ave Ardmore, PA, 19003 http://www.ardmoremusic.com Tortured Soul Before DJs evolved into global superstars, musicians carried the baton. The Brooklyn-based dance trio Tortured Soul isn’t trying to intently rewrite the logic of today’s EDM with the sweat of their own musicianship, but they are living proof that the very same music can be freed from the DJ booth. Influenced by the classic songcraft of Prince, Heatwave and Kool & The Gang, the members of Tortured Soul are three distinctive guys with three different backgrounds, united under a groove-centered rhythm. The band’s frontman and principal songwriter, John-Christian Urich, can be seen simultaneously drumming and singing with effortless mastery, while the rest of the collective, made up of keyboardist Ethan White and bassist Jordan Scannella, virtuosically generate the pulsating accompaniment. It’s a striking visual that’s feverously winning converts with each and every tour stop, with them being likened to The Roots of house music. Inside the group’s mystique, the acid jazz is reminiscent of Jamiroquai funk, while deeply saturated in the contemporary freshness of house purveyors like Joey Negro, Kenny Dope, Soul Clap and Jamie Jones. Even the legendary tastemaker Gilles Peterson, dubbed them “the future of house music." Tortured Soul’s origins date back to 2001 while Urich was steering Cooly’s Hot Box, an acid jazz outfit also featuring under-the-radar indie soul vocalist Angela Johnson. After putting Cooly’s Hot Box on hiatus, Urich composed “Might Do Something Wrong,” which was quickly picked up by New York-based deep house label Central Park Recordings, and Tortured Soul was born. Thanks to the cool laidback mix provided by Osunlade, the song quickly became an underground staple at the iconic Club Shelter and helped jumpstart the development of a full-length disc generating more soulful house. With the 12-inch single in heavy rotation in the New York club circuit, Urich went into overtime to restructure the band’s line-up: The session players on “Might Do Something Wrong” were out; bassist Jason “JKriv” Kriveloff and slick, jazz-honed keyboardist Ethan White – formally Urich's bandmates in the rhythm section of NYC acid-jazz band Topaz – were in. Together, the new trio forged a new cool sound by blending the freewheeling New York house and classic disco beats with elements of hip-hop, salsa and Roy Ayers-styled jazz-fusion. From the very start, Urich secured himself as a power player, composing the lion’s share of material, delivering thick four-on-the-floor beats and using a smart vocal showcase fusing a Maxwell styled falsetto with Justin Timberlake-tinted lower register. But his bandmates were just as essential: White’s killer vibes on the Wurlitzer and Kriveloff’s booty-shaking bass were neatly integrated into the mix. A succession of 12-inch singles followed “Might Do Something Wrong,” including Alix Alvarez’s mix of “How’s Your Life” and the romantic dance-pop of “Fall in Love.” Billboard dance critic Michael Paoletta lauded the latter track by calling it “a sterling, soul-slammed house jam.” Each of the singles impressed the bevy of the world’s dance halls, allowing the band to tour heavily with appearances at clubs and festivals across the US. With 2006’s Introducing Tortured Soul, the band was able to piece together their first debut album using all their earlier singles while also incorporating a few new studio additions. The follow-up album, 2009’s Did You Miss Me, released on the band’s own label, TSTC Records, ushered in a new wave of critical acclaim, climatically winning accolades from various music publications like Blues and Soul, SoulTracks and SoulBounce. “Home to You,” “In My Fantasy” and “Your Dream Is My Dream” were all given the 12” and 7” singles’ treatment. Continuing their regimen for clubland rituals, Tortured Soul implored an attractive A-list of DJs and remixers to carefully handle the mixes for their latest batch of uptempo dancefloor fillers, including Mark de Clive-Lowe, Quentin Harris, Jon Cutler, DJ Spinna, Dimitri From Paris and remix pioneer Tom Moulton. In 2010, Kriveloff departed the group to focus on his new record label. After a tedious audition process, the void was filled when talented New York bassist Jordan Scannella – dubbed “JORSCAN” for short – was hired. His arrival ushers in the latest chapter in Tortured Soul’s evolution as the group prepares to drop their third album in 2013, along with even more groovy singles. Today, their popularity continues to spread across intercontinental boundaries as their touring schedules broaden with every single measure. So far, the group has wowed audiences at some of the world’s biggest music festivals, such as the Cape Town Jazz Festival, (South Africa), Java Jazz Festival (Indonesia), Detroit Electronic Music Festival (USA), Pukkelpop (Belgium), Big Chill Festival (UK) and Montreal International Jazz Festival (Canada). Touring abroad has not hindered them from making their bicoastal US rounds at Bonnaroo, Mil ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robbi is sponsored by www.Nychouseradio.com 24 hrs of banging dance music in surround sound
  15. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> EVENT PAGE AND MORE INFO AT FACEBOOK CHECK OUT TONY TOUCH AT FACEBOOK VIDEO CHECK OUT TONY POWELL AT YOUTUBE FOLLOW ROBBI ON INSTAGRAM LIKE + Robbi FACEBOOK ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Robbi is sponsored by www.Nychouseradio.com 24 hrs of banging dance music in surround sound
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