Nightlife Agenda Pick of the Week
DJ Dave Nada seems to be everywhere these days, dropping his lethal mix of Daft Punk, Baltimore club, electro, indie-rock remixes and hip-hop classics on Wednesdays at Vegetate, random weekends at Wonderland, house parties, underwear parties at Rock and Roll Hotel and the all-star Collector's Edition at Felix. His latest project is a group called Rubber Bullets with ex-Q and Not U singer Ris Richards, and the duo is also launching a monthly dance party at DC9 called Crowd Control. (Whew.) Tonight's inaugural edition includes a live performance by local MC Wale, whose mix of hip-hop rhymes and go-go beats has made him a huge favorite at Nightlife Agenda HQ, and a special set by New York-based Nick Catchdubs, whom we admire for the tight podcasts he creates for each issue of Fader Magazine. It's $6. You want to be there.
This is just one of many fine options suggested in this week's edition of Nightlife Agenda. Other highlights include a CD release party for funky house master Feelgood, a Texas-style Independence Day bash, Baltimore bands at the Warehouse Next Door and, um, Christopher Cross.
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