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The Club Beat With Say Wut

July 6, 2007
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The Club Beat With Say Wut

Although he’s been making Baltimore club tracks since the late ’90s, producer Say Wut–alternately known as Nigga Say What or NSW–didn’t really make a name for himself until he came up with a catchy way to say it. “I was like, ‘Man, nobody really knows who I am, I need to put my name...
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The Club Beat: The Year in Baltimore Club

January 7, 2010
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The Club Beat: The Year in Baltimore Club

Ultra Nate | Image by Bart Everly 2009 was a big year for Baltimore club music to mutate and combine with other sounds, whether it was indie-rock duo Wye Oak’s tender take on Rod Lee’s club classic “Dance My Pain Away,” Cex’s IDM dissection of club breakbeats on his Battaille Royale, or Debonair Samir...
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The Club Beat: The Year in Baltimore Club

January 2, 2009
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The Club Beat: The Year in Baltimore Club

King Tutt 2008 was a memorable and important year in the history of Baltimore club music, but not entirely in a good way. The shocking death of club’s most popular DJ, Khia “K-Swift” Edgerton, cast a dark shadow over the second half of the year, and it feels like things still haven’t returned to...
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The Club Beat Remembers DJ K-Swift With Club Queen Entertainment

August 7, 2008
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The Club Beat Remembers DJ K-Swift With Club Queen Entertainment

(from left) Lady Pitbull, Buck Jones, Crystal, Darvin, Say Wut, DJ Big Nasty, Pork Chop The death of Khia “DJ K-Swift” Edgerton sent shock waves through the Baltimore club music community and beyond, which will continue to be felt for years. In the immediate aftermath, countless friends, family members, fans, and 92Q co-workers held...
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The Club Beat with DJ B-Eazy

June 3, 2008
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Brandon Harris had been spinning records as DJ B-Eazy for nearly 10 years before he broke into the Baltimore club scene as a producer. And that breakthrough came partly as a result of advice from his cousin, the already established DJ Manny. “‘Baltimore has a thousand DJs, you gotta set yourself apart,’ that’s what...
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The Club Beat: The Year in Baltimore Club

January 9, 2008
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2007 was an interesting time for club music. It didn’t quite feel like a landmark year–nothing like ’06′s MTV segment on the music or ’05′s explosion of press surrounding Rod Lee’s first nationally distributed album. And if there was any big trend in club music, it was the same as in almost every other...
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The Club Beat With DJ Mic Marvelous

November 30, 2007
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Production teams are rare in club music, much less equal partnerships, but DJ Mic Marvelous and DJ Twikks have been a tag team from the very beginning. “Me and him met up in high school,” Marvelous says in his living room in Waverly. “He was doin’ more club music, and I was doin’ more...
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The Club Beat With Scottie B.

May 2, 2007
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“I’m 39 years old, and this shit just started for me two years ago, goin’ all over the place and DJing,” says Scottie B., one of the founding fathers of Baltimore club music. He still DJs in Baltimore on a weekly basis, but before his recent spate of jet-setting to London and Miami to...
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My Crew Be Unruly 2: Words and Photos

July 31, 2009
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My Crew Be Unruly 2: Words and Photos

Photos by Josh Sisk With the Artscape DJ Culture stage relegated to some Wind-Up Space shows last Friday and Saturday night—a kind of cruel and confusing shift, given that July is the one year anniversary of K-Swift’s death and club’s massive global growth over the past year—My Crew Be Unruly 2, the second edition...
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“Raise Your Hands if You Got $20 In Your Pocket”: Artscape, My Crew Be Unruly party, DJ Culture Stage, and Paradox, July 18

July 22, 2008
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“Raise Your Hands if You Got $20 In Your Pocket”: Artscape, My Crew Be Unruly party, DJ Culture Stage, and Paradox, July 18

www.joshsisk.com Scottie B and K-Swift A funny thing about Baltimore club music is that you can listen to it almost endlessly and not get sick of it. By all rights you should–it’s technically repetitive as all hell, and there seems to be a mathematical law that demands that over the course of three DJs,...
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The Year in Local Music: One Reporter’s Opinion

December 26, 2007
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The Year in Local Music: One Reporter’s Opinion

City Paper has already published its official Top Ten for the year in Baltimore music, but I thought I’d use this space to share an expanded version of my personal ballot for the list. I didn’t hear every local record in 2007–hell, I didn’t even hear half the albums voted onto CP‘s list–but I...
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