Will Dance 4 Food

Saturday August 29th
1310 Russell Street
$15 at the door
$10 with a donation of foods (dry & canned goods please) and/or school supplies

You love to dance and kids need to eat so we’re combining the two to help you get your dance on and also provide food for those that need it.

This is the kickoff to what will possibly become a monthly fundraising event, all we need is YOU and your DANCING FEET!!!

Our awesome artists of the night!

Dj Tzeech
Without a doubt Baltimore’s Own Techno legend. He has played all over the United States, including some of the country’s hottest clubs, along side some of the biggest techno kings of all time. He’s played all forms of techno in front of crowds of thousands. He has also played infamous parties such as Rise, Fever, Buzz, and Ultraworld’s StarScape. In 1995 he met his partner in crime, Randy Christie, founder & head of Sentient Lighting, they formed “Sentient Productions”. From that moment on they were destined to throw raves when “Raves” were still illegal. In 1998, Tzeech helped form the east coast’s well known production team “Family Productions”. With his love for music, & the rave scene, Tzeech is still raging strong. Steadily djing, and a genius at proudcing music. He currently has 4 major releases, 2 vinyls released by The Autonomist record label, and 2 digital releases by Woody McBride’s label Communique’. Currently you can catch Tzeech assisting various promoters such as Bonfire Crew, BadAss Raves, Sentient Lighting and Essence Productions. He has 3 residencies in Baltimore & D.C.

Ciconte has held residencies at Washington, DC’s premier venues for almost a decade, earning the opportunities to spin along side many top dj’s in the world. He is best known for his east coast electro drenched house sound. To date he has headlined every major night club in the Nation’s Capital in addition to touring the country playing noteworthy events including headlining the South By Southwest Festival in Austin, TX for several years, the legendary Massive Attack and Hot Chocolate events/festivals in Reno, NV as well as the regular take over of Dusk @ Cearars Palace, AC NJ.

Both a DJ and producer, Ciconte has been a pillar in the Washington, DC electronic dance music scene for almost a decade. He has been involved or behind many of the cities most respected parties like Glow and the infamous Snatch Party (longest running underground EDM party in DC). He has collaborated with many of the world top producers and has been released on numerous labels, such as InStereo, Peak Hour, Phet House and Metronix. His latest projects include “The Octopus” (We Crush Shit), Bad Hat (tech house project) and “PoundCake” (electro/techy/awesomeness). His tracks can be readily found on Beatport and ITunes as well as just about any other source of EDM.

Constantly in demand all over the country, his ability to rock dance floors and captivate audiences with his sets of high-energy east coast electro drenched house has lead to numerous accolades and a respected ten-year career. Ciconte has played shows along side (gross name dropping): Eric Prydz, Paul Oakenfold, Sharam, Bad Boy Bill, DJ Dan, JJ Flores, DJ Bam Bam, Macca, Richard F, Tony B, Paul Anthony and Bryan Cox – to name a few – and he is fast gaining recognition as one of the next big DJs to watch.

Dj aMp
Not often that at an event, we hear about a DJ that promoted the party, built the stage, engineered the club’s audio set up, and installed the event’s decor. This however, is DJ a.M.p.’s M.O. Whether it’s bumping the speakers all along the East Coast from New York to Florida, running a production company, or providing premium sound for festivals like Big Dub, Dj a.M.p. usually has his hands on it; continually raising the standard in EDM arena.

a.M.p. began to dj in 2002. Starting with house he quickly expanded his skills and was soon also playing breaks, electro, and drum and bass. He has been given the opportunity to open for such headliners as Bad Boy Bill, Richard Vission, Aphrodite, Jason Jinx and Crazibiza to name a few.

Light it Up Productions, 3D Productions, Steez Promo, Badass Raves, and Good Vibes have all put their confidence in his ability to always keep the dance floor moving, especially with his acclaimed Swing on Deez, swing house, series on Soundcloud.
Along with a passion for djing came the passion for throwing events. In 2005 he founded Ground Zero, in Baltimore, where he threw some of the areas most famous warehouse bangers like Superfunkadiculous and Chill Out.
In 2010, he founded Symbiotic, which developed into a strong production company boasting some of the DMVs best DJs. People quickly realized the difference in the overall vibe of Symbiotic’s parties gaining his company a formidable reputation and following. Symbiotic events have included: Superfunk 2, Thunderdome, Mothership, Block Party, Spk Ez, and Red, White, and Blown to name a few.


Whether you’re catching a set from Ramiro or RaveKilla, whether it be Progressive, or Liquid DNB, or Breaks or Tech House…one thing remains the same, you will be taken on an aural journey that will leave you wanting more. For Ramiro, it began long ago with early 90’s ‘Techno’. A passion sprang forth and he dedicated himself completely to this newfound love. In ’99 Ramiro took to the decks to further hone his passion for EDM. Soon after, he was an integral factor in the startup of ‘Give’ a local EDM crew dedicated to providing quality music for free to the masses. This goal was accomplished by starting what has become the longest running EDM weekly the DC area has ever known Transit, to which he has remained a main driving force during its 11 year reign. Ramiro’s visibility in the scene and skills behind the decks have landed him in some legendary venues playing alongside legendary artists. He has since become a member of District Burners and has fully embraced the ‘burner’ lifestyle. More recently his exploits have landed him a spot on One Love Massives roster and is now a part of Set Artists based in Cali. His experience coupled with his innate ability to know what the people want will leave dancers and dance floors glistening with sweat.

Born on July 25, 1978 in Cooperstown, NY, Michael Moxham was musically inclined for the very beginning. As a small child, he would spend hours in front of his parents’ 8 track or turntables, fiddling with the dials on the car radio, or enjoying his favorite toy, the Fisher Price record player. As time passed this passion only grew, and while the equipment evolved, the essence remained the same.

By 17, Saint Michael was known as one of the DC area’s premier up and coming junglists and played weekly at events up and down the East Coast. He soon became interested in scratching/turntablism and SaintMic/ST/MiC was born, blessing the microphone with lyricism, while still remaining firmly ensconced in production and work behind the wheels of steel.

By the mid 2000’s, ST/MiC had a number of regular gigs both on the tables and the mic in the DMV area, including a weekly in Fredericksburg, as well as frequent spots at Jessie Tittsworth’s now legendary Krunk events. From ’04-’06, there were frequent collaborations, production for other artists, and the release of several EPs, including those of friends Jazz Addixx. 2009 and 10 would prove equally busy with releases on DigiCrates Records, Japan’s Libyus Music (alongside artists like Nujabes and Fat Jon), and production and engineering credits including C Rayz, Walz, Moka Only, Muneshine, Has-Lo and many other well known artists in the indie hip hop scene.

In 2011, Mike’s musical explorations took him down yet another new avenue. Having just finished hosting a 52 episode underground hip hop and beat phantasmagoria radio show series , Scrunch Face, Mike adopted a new moniker, SaintLike, to match the new direction. With his very first dubstep remix winning a remix contest for French producer LaTourette and landing on an EP on Beatport in early 2012, the rest of the year would bring more sonic noodlings into the deeper side of bass.

As part of the One Love Massive collective, SaintLike continues to bring his genre-defying, “let’s push things forward” sounds to the aurally-inclined. His prolific release schedule continues to bless the mic and pay homage to subwoofer science.


Schizo the DJ is a veteran DJ from the D.C./Northern VA area, that launched his life of DJing in Nashville, TN. He evolves with the changing music scene, yet keeps his feet planted firmly in Electronic Dance Music (EDM). His ability to surf through multiple genres seamlessly throughout his sets has earned him a “crowd moving” reputation.
For some examples of Schizo’s work, you should DEFINITELY check out his Soundcloud

DJ Wyreluse



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DJ Powerline

Kevin Swayze

Nine Eyes
nine eyes

Big Vibe
big vibe

Electric Llama – Culture, Causes & Commerce (Antonio Vicunyah Hernandez)

DJ Trillnatured

Live Performances by…
Ria Lillie
ria lillie

Eros Neon Rainbow

Dance Performances by…
Vibrations of Dance

William Morales

Presented by the Baltimore Music Collective & the DMV (DC, Maryland, Virginia) EDM Community

$1 per ticket benefits the No Kid Hungry campaign to end hunger in America by ensuring all children get the healthy food they need, every day
Donations also accepted thru our No Kid Hungry Fundraising Page

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