If you don’t want to worry about spending half-month’s rent to get in and want some good old-fashioned non-robot party music, then the NYE bash at Pat’s Downtown is your spot New Year’s Eve.
The cover is minimal ($10) and not even close to what most clubs/bar charge that night. We’ll comp you a free drink upon entry and they’ll be a champagne toast led by yours truly at Midnight. If you call ahead bottle service and table reservations are available.
And of course you’ll get that DJ Stylee sound of old and new school Hip-Hop, top 40 and party music with me on the decks! Get at me or contact Pat’s Downtown (see info below) for more information.
LODO: 16th & Market
1624 Market St
Denver, CO 80220
This video is amazing. It analyzes how a relatively unknown break at the time morphed into one of the most sampled beats ever and dives into sampling in today’s music world. I feel twice as smart as I did before I watched this. Here’s a brief synopsis from the site LifeSignsProject:
The most famous loop af all time. The “Amen Break” is a six-second drum sample from the b-side of the chart-topping single from The Winstons in 1969. This sample was used extensively in early hiphop and sample-based music, and became the basis for drum-and-bass and jungle music.
The following video does an amazing job of “breaking” down just how important this 6 second sample is in the context of music to follow.
BOOM. For yet another year I have the pleasure of spinning on New Year’s and this year I’ll be at Pat’s Downtown (16th/Market) for their annual bash. The cover is minimal ($10) and not even close to what most clubs/bar charge that night.
You’ll receive a free drink upon entry and a complimentary bottle of champagne if you call ahead. Bottle service will be available and there will be a champagne toast at midnight.
Last but not least you’ll have me bumping the party tunes for you all night long and making sure the new year starts off right!
Drinks on me this weekend if you see me! Not bad for a guy that’s a zombie during the work week with no sleep due to the beats I play. It’s definitely time to party like Rick James and Eddie Murphy. All the time.