Liberté á la plage: A Bastille Day beachfront dance party
Liberté, égalité, fraternité ou la mort
The San Francisco house-heads, Dubtribe Sound System, will play their first South Carolina concert as they gear up for their first studio release in nearly a decade. Supported by djs jonbrown, arthur bros., and tredamit.
When: Saturday, July 14
Where: The Windjammer, 1008 Ocean Blvd., Isle of Palms
Cost: $14 ($20 at the door)
For more than two decades Dubtribe Sound System, Sunshine Jones and Moonbeam Jones, have gathered friends and family together and traversed the planet performing house music live for millions of people. Dubtribe spreads the idea that anything is possible, and that anyone can rise up and create art, political protest, and personal expression in the environment of a night club, a warehouse, a beach, or your living room if you have a fire in your heart.
Charleston native djjonbrown brings a revolutionary mix of world music, funk, and big fat Gospel into his spiritual, moving sets. Currently globetrotting to find what he calls "music in the rough," djjonbrown is coming home for Liberté á la Plage with a new bag of tricks and a case full of classics.
Arthur Bros. currently holds residency with Identity Theft Productions at Dharma Lounge in Charlotte, NC. He has been active in the House scene for over 15 years, spreading house music throughout the southeast as part of Red Bull Music Academy (2002-2010), Luvlock Productions, and now Aspyr Music.
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A contributing remixer for Treehouse Muzique from Columbia SC, TreDamit rocks 90hz.org weekly with The Damit Show. Visuals by Wayang Modern Puppet Show Theater and hooping by Home Spun Hoops.
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