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9/3 | Metalheadz Tour - Goldie | Club Five

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Wednesday | September.03.2003

M3 Music presents:

a Rinse magazine and DCDNB.ORG sponsored event


GOLDIE [ Metalheadz ]

Today there are few influential and charismatic figures on the hardcore/jungle scene more than Goldie. Schooled like many of his peers on the hip-hop b-boy ethos of the early 1980's, he was originally as a worldwide legendary graffiti artist. Goldie influenced the hardcore/jungle scene into what it is today. The sound on his early tracks were a sign of what was to come, completely devoid of the happy energy that hardcore sounded like at the time. It was this sound that would shape the way hardcore was to split to darkcore and eventually morph into drum and bass.

Recently, Goldie has been seen in films such as Guy Ritchie's classic "Snatch", as well as "The World Is Not Enough" from the James Bond Saga. Goldie's award winning double album "Timeless," his Metalheadz record label and club nights at the Blue Note and Hanover Grand, Goldie secured his place on dance music's A-list throughout the 1990s. With the release of "Goldie.co.uk," Goldie has his sights set on mass appeal in the global marketplace inside the new millennium. Mass appeal indeed.

with MC ARMANNI [ 5sighted :: Substitution :: Platinum ]

MC Armanni Reign, a lyrical mastermind, and our host tonight when goldie takes his position on the decks, has a proficeincy in crowd control which exceeds above average. It should be no surprise this man is already being classified as one of the most talented MC's in Drum and Bass today.

JOHN TAB [ Buzzlife.com :: ALIAS ]

A person that continues to be an intregal part of helping shape the EDM scene in the DC area, John Tab has always been nuts... (about drum and bass). Always presenting a creative element of his own, JT always brings originality and feeling during his sets. Don't miss out as he warms the dance floor up at FIVE tonight for Goldie.

PATRICK MINEO [ Project Belligerence ]

Words alone can't describe the enthusiasm that always surrounds him, a person who's never short when it comes to energy and vibe. Patrick makes his drum and bass debut at FIVE tonight, beware.

BOBBY JAE [ District Soul :: DCDNB.ORG :: M3 :: Release ]

Considered one of the area's true soulful drum'n'bass pioneers, Bobby Jae makes a return to Five with his impeccable mixing and top notch selection. His brand of funk and soul is always pushing the creative envelope, yet is still geared at moving crowds.

Rooftop Patio:


hosted by GrooveDistrict, DJ Hut & DriveSafe


21 & over

9pm - 3am

Door Cover: $10 all night

No Dress Code

Stay Tuned for this Monthly D&B Event at FIVE

Next Month: Wed 10.15: The Technical Freaks Tour 2003

feat. Dylan & Technical Itch







1214 B 18th St N.W.

Washington DC 20036


Event Information:

Located in the heart of Midtown's Golden Triangle, CLUB FIVE is a three level club featuring a relaxing open air moonlit lounge with two additional floors, a Full Bass Heavy EAW Avalon Soundsystem, and chic furnishings with an ultracool vibe.

Event Directions:

Baltimore and Points North -

95 south. Take exit 22B Baltimore-Washington Parkway to Washington. Continue on the MD-295, Baltimore Washington Parkway. Exit at sign reading Washington US-50 West. Continue on New York Ave NW. Turn right on Mt Vernon Pl NW. Bear right on Massachusetts Ave NW. Turn right on Thomas Cir NW. Bear right on M Street NW. Turn right on 18th Street NW to 1214 18th Street.

Northern VA and Points South -

66 East. Exit at sign that reads E street and I-66 E. Go North. Exit Potomac River Fwy via ramp at sign reading Whitehurst Freeway. Turn right on L Street NW. Turn right on Pennsylvania Ave. Turn right on Washington Circle. Turn right on New Hampshire Ave. Turn right on L Street. Turn left on 18th Street. Go to 1214 18th street NW.

Metro Stop -

Farragut North


bobby jae

[ district soul :: dcdnb.org :: m3 :: release ]


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Originally posted by sauvee88

If I remember correct didn't Mineo warm up for someone at Buzz once?? Wasn't his set decent?? :confused:

He has spun at Buzz a number of times. He's very good. The night of Satoshi & John Creamer, Patrick's set is the only one I enjoyed.

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