So Far Gone - Drake Night

Dirty South Joe Presents

So Far Gone - Drake Night

Dirty South Joe, Gun$ Garcia, Magglezzz

Thu · February 9, 2017

9:00 pm

$7 ADV $12 DOS

This event is 18 and over

Box Office is open Wednesday-Saturday 12-6pm and All Show Nights, 410-244-0057. Unless otherwise noted Maryland State's 10% Admissions and Amusement Tax is included in the ticket price.

So Far Gone - Drake Night
So Far Gone - Drake Night
So Far Gone
aka *Drake Night*

9PM-12AM ~ *Relevant* rap
12AM-2AM ~ ALL DRAKE

Resident DJs:
Dirty South Joe
Gun$ Garcia
Magglezzz

Drake themed visuals, photobooth & snapchat filters !!!

ITS LIT !!!!!!

18+
Dirty South Joe
Joey "Dirty South Joe" Massarueh began his professional DJ career in 1990 at Washington D.C.'s infamous 9:30 Club, where he pioneered a multi genre style of DJing that rings more popular than ever today. Rap music was his first love, and an eventual move to NYC in the mid nineties provided the backdrop for his personal growth in hip hop, which incidentally led him back to his dirty South roots. In 2002 he relocated to Philadelphia, where he began his tenure as the buyer and manager of Armand's Records. It was there that he met kindred musical spirits; DJs Low Budget (also an employee) and Diplo. Armand's was the de facto home base and inspiration behind the Hollertronix sound and "movement." It was also there where he fell in love with the sound of Baltimore Club Music, and released a final EP with the Responsible Space Playboy crew, buoyed by the Bmore inspired "Jussapimp," which was Philly's first official foray into the genre. Joe runs The Brick Bandits Crew which one of, if not the most formidable force within today's Baltimore Club music scene. With over 60 members. Dirty South Joe has done a series of mixes with Mad Decent such as LuvStep, and Blood Bros and is also the mastermind behind Mad Decent Mondays in Philadelphia.
Gun$ Garcia
Regina "Gun$ Garcia" Dyhouse is a Washington D.C. area transplant, who moved to Philadelphia for art school, and ended up taking the city's music scene by storm. She initially made her way into the electronic music arena designing merchandise and promoting events for the future music DJ / production titans, Seclusiasis. In 2009 she moved from behind the scenes to front and center, and began her first DJ residency at Flamin Hotz Records' 'I CAN HAS BASS?' party. Soon after, she was inducted into the Philly chapter of the legendary New Jersey based DJ / producer club music collective; the Brick Bandits. It's here where she makes magic, fusing the laser sharp Jersey and Philly Club sound of her Brick Bandits family with the finest in upbeat global dance and bass music.

She approaches her DJ sets with the goal of playing music that would personally have her cutting a rug on the dancefloor, and she's often found dancing as hard as the crowd in the DJ booth. She's wowed crowds from clubs to festivals including the Mad Decent Block Party, and currently holds residencies at Philly's Hands & Knees and Factory Girls. Her Double Dutch party created the blueprint for "girl power" in Philly, and showcased the debut 215 performances of Azaelia Banks, Maluca and Zuzuka Poderosa among others. She has performed with Diplo, Lil Debbie, Riff Raff, Dj Sliink, Dirty South Joe, Kid Sister, Kreayshawn, Rye Rye, Honey Cocaine, Chippy Nonstop, Azalea Banks, Dillon Francis, Been Trill, Dj Diamond Kutz and more. Gun$ Garcia has established herself as one of the most formidable and inspiring DJs in the US and her brand is rapidly gaining global recognition and respect.
Magglezzz
Venue Information:
Baltimore Soundstage
124 Market Place
Baltimore, Maryland, 21202
http://www.baltimoresoundstage.com/