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8.17 // Takeover Wednesdays @ Heaven //omega Squad Takeover

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This week we welcome the Omega Squad as they do their own Takeover of Heaven. Ramz, 2rip and Synz will be dropping some infectious house beats, with Wickity closing out the night with some breaks.

The drink specials will be doing their usual damage so come down and check out Adams Morgan's best Wednesday night electronic dance music party...

CLUB HEAVEN 2327 18th Street, NW

DRINK SPECIALS: $5 ABSOLUT DRINKS, $3 DOMESTIC BEERS AND CORONAS AND $1 SHOOTERS ALL NIGHT

SET TIMES: Ramz (Tribal Tech House) 945-1045PM; 2rip (Progressive Tribal) 1045-1145PM; Synz (Funky Progressive) 1145-1245AM; Wickity (B'more Breaks) 1245-145AM

21+/10PM-2AM/ NO COVER

Ramz

With involvement spanning two decades, ramz is certainly no stranger to the dance music scene. Starting back in the days when the only way you could experience electronic music was to wait at the local top 40 club until the "late" DJ came on, ramz first experienced "the scene" as a victim of the high energy heavy bass beat on the dance floor opposite some of the godfathers--and biggest modern icons--of the electronic dance movement and was hooked for life. Whether hardcore European imports, Florida breaks, West Coast trance, Chicago house, or Detroit techno spun at clubs in every corner of the country and across the world, ramz has found a home on the dance floor fueled by the pervasive vibe and distinct flavor found across each and every genre.

ramz chose to start to repay his debt to this beloved movement in 2003. Drawing from his experiences as a classically-trained musician and conductor, long-time connoisseur of body-rockin' beats, and kid raised on a constant and eclectic soundtrack consisting of Mozart, Smokey Robinson, Bernstein, Ray Charles, A Tribe Called Quest, Copland, REM, Dr. Dre, The Beatles, and a thousand others, ramz offers an unique musical perspective and "old school" sensibility that shapes his style and track selection.

Behind the turntables, ramz will take you on a musical journey through the best and booty-rockinest tracks produced and remixed throughout the history of electronic music. Paying little attention to year or genre, ramz guarantees only that you find some elements of familiarity in every set and that each and every person on the dance floor will feel the culmination of thousands of tracks thrown down by hundreds of DJs and a nearly irresistible urge to

shake

that

azz.

2rip

Between 2003 and 2005, DJ 2rip performed over 200 shows from Pittsburgh, PA to Phoenix, AZ. This includes performances at nationally recognized clubs Spundae, Nation, Groove, and Club Kind. Aside from live shows, this was also a time that some of his most memorable mixsets had been recorded, adding close to 15 new full-length CDs to the underground market.

Currently he continues to push his music via satellite radio (XM 80) and internet stream. In early 2005 2rip has also begun to see a steady rise in mix CD sales as he expands to international audiences with the use of digital technology.

Synz

Since the age of 16, or roughly the year of 1998, Synz has been a dj in the MD, VA, DC, Balt., area. He started out playing jukebox style track after track classic rock, eighties, and contemporary alternative hits at the area's bar scene. Later he opened 5 different clubs in the area spinning a unique blend of hip hop, rock, top 40 and the latest in popular dance. In 2000, Synz acquired a pair of turntables and from then on it was all history. He became addicted to the feel of the vinyl and the way the music could flow flawlessly with the aid of a well-trained ear and a mind with a no limit imagination. Now, a local DJ amongst many great talents in a rejuvenated Washington DC scene, Synz is graciously leaving his mark in many of the greatest nights and parties of the day and age! Be sure to catch one of his live sets, they are definitely not something to be missed!

Wickity

Bio to come...

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