Rock Off Shake Off is a summer/fall Baltimore club and dance music series highlighting the culture of Baltimore club music. Inspired by club dance nights at the legendary Paradox, Rock Off Shake Off features an evening of club music and dance vibes highlighting pioneering and upcoming club DJs, performers and includes an dance cypher powered by Bmore Than Dance and Tsu Dance Crew open to all club music enthusiast.
On Thursday,October 27th in collaboration with Unruly records, DJ Class known for his top charting club hit “I’m the Shit” returns to Baltimore for a one night only DJ set to close out the final edition of the series.
Mighty Mark “REAL EP” Official Release Party
The critically acclaimed club producer Mighty Mark’s long-awaited second studio EP, entitled ‘Real.’ follows the 2014 release of ‘Mighty,’ a raw, hardcore, and authentic collection of songs that paved the way for Mighty Mark to become one of the most vital assets in the Baltimore music scene.
What: ROCK OFF SHAKE FINALE & Mighty Mark “REAL EP” Official Release Party
When : October 27th
Where: The Crown RED ROOM 1910 N Charles St Baltimore MD
Time: 9pm-2am Admission: FREE Entry Before 11pm $8 After
DJ Big Nasty
Dj J Fell
Hosted By DTLR Pretty Girl Radio Tiara Laniece, TT The Artist, Neek B’Chillin and Mighty Mark
Feat Bmore Than Dance and Tsu Dance Crew
Promo Sponsors Unruly Records//
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Yesterday, Al Shipley of the Baltimore City Paper, a journalist whom I respect and look at as a definite and most appreciated peer in the industry of discussing club music, released his list of the top 10 Baltimore club tracks of 2009. Upon reading, I definitely felt compelled to drop my own version of a “Top Bmore Club” list as well, for the sake of adding more fuel for discussion about what was a year that saw the pool for the far reaching effects of club music deepen and widen significantly with the mainstream success of DJ Class, as well as nods to work by Bmore Original Records by the mainstream as well. Club music is at a definite crossroads, which you will tell by the content of this list.
James Nasty “Dance Motherfucker,” – Owes a lot to Griff’s “Chris Rock Joint” for its success, but the Katt Williams sample NEVER gets old. Track breaks down on the chorus in a magical manner.
DJ Class feat. Fatman Scoop “Dance Like a Freak,” – Before adding Scoop, was okay. With Scoop, outlandishly street and much harder edged.
DJ Pierre “Let Me Get That” – So minimal, so tight, and Pierre’s so young. I strongly feel that the entirety of Baltimore should get together and give this young DJ one hint each to being better han he already is. Protecting and developing the future is ALWAYS important. There’s an entire crew of solid young DJs in the Bmore club scene who deserve it, not just Pierre, but with him having the spotlight most often, he’s a solid place to start.