Hermanito Halloween at Soundcheck - 10.31.19

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Tuesday, June 25, 2019, 12:00pm. (Updated: 11/01/19 at 1:51pm) Add comments
Club Glow Presents:

Hermanito Halloween / Day of the Dead Bash!

Dave Nada & Tittsworth

The Banditz

Tabi

Thursday, October 31th, 2019

Doors 10PM | No dress code | Ages 18+

Soundcheck | 1420 K St. NW, Washington, DC

DAVE NADA:

Dave Nada, born in Maryland to Ecuadorian parents,grew up surrounded by the sounds of folkloric music, cumbia, salsa, merengue, reggaeton and his four brothers. As a teen, he gravitated toward the legendary hardcore punk scene in Washington D.C. He played in bands while learning to DJ on college radio as well.

A move to Baltimore in the mid 2000s landed Nada in the second surge of Baltimore club music where he DJed alongside icons like K-Swift, Rod Lee and DJ Technics. During this period, he began producing acclaimed club tracks of his own.In 2009, he created moombahton, the fusion genre of house music and reggaeton. By slowing down Afrojack’s remix of Silvio Ecomo and Chuckie’s song “Moombah”from 128 BPM to 108 BPM, Nada created what was later to become a sensation. Since then, the genre has helped launch careers of major artists such as Dillon Francis and Munchi.

Moombahton has also inspired #1 pop mega hit ssuch as Drake’s “One Dance,” Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” and Major Lazer and DJ Snake’s “Lean On.”’The Moombahton Massive party he created alongside Matt Nordstrom (Nadastrom) and Sabo (Sol Selectas) at U Street Music Hall in DC has become an international institution of its own in effect making him moombahton’s leading ambassador.

TITTSWORTH:

Tittsworth has a one-of-a-kind approach that has been influencing music globally for over a decade. He’s shared stages with countless A-list DJs, performing at festivals from Asia & Australia, to India & Baltimore. His first imprint, T&A Records, played an important role in several musical movements, from Diplo-championed Club music, to current Spotify and Billboard powerhouse, Moombahton.

Tittsworth was supported early by and shared decks with A-Trak, Steve Aoki and Diplo; to name a few. Tittsworth’s own production skills were made global with his debut album; which features Pitbull & Nina Sky — for starters, with high-praise from Billboard, DJMag and XLR8R. He has released original music with Q-tip, has vinyl records that go for $250 online, and released a top-10 genre-important anthem (according to Billboard).

Tittsworth is half-Chinese and half-South American, although his style was birthed within Washington, DC. It is there where warehouse parties and several renowned local movements would inspire him. He would draw on club, moombahton, hip-hop, and go-go; later taking his influences to Los Angeles. Though before moving, Tittsworth helped open a nightclub in DC, as a co-owner. It would become renowned for sound, and was later named a top venue in the country by Rolling Stone, and countless A-list DJ’s. Tittsworth continues to tour from east to west, with DJ gigs stretching from Baltimore to Bombay. His genre-bending sets and production continue to draw from the wide range of global sounds, stitched together as uniquely his.

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