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Sonic Goodies: Africa Undone

In celebration of their 2 year anniversary party tomorrow, the Lunchboxtheory crew have released a new mix called, Africa Undone, and did a revamp of their site.  I have to say it is definitely my favorite mix thus far. I couldn’t help but dance in my chair as I sat listening late into the night. Take a listen for yourself here:


So make sure you listen to the mix and prep real good for the party tomorrow night at Bossa Lounge in Adams Morgan. Also, be prepared to listen to the delicatable sounds of Heturu and the hypnotizing mixes of Dj Underdog and Dj Camjus. Also word is, there will be delicious homemade treats for everyone!

See you there!



EVENTS: Halloween Week

Monday, Oct. 25

Underworld , a British electronica duo, is performing at 930 club, 815 V St. NW, Washington, DC. Doors open 7pm.  Buy tickets here.

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PURE Monday’s Open Mic. 21+ event held every Monday at Pure Lounge, 1326 U St. NW, Washington, DC. 9:00 pm – 01:00 am. More info here.


Tuesday, Oct. 26

Hustlepalooza: The Cool Kids, Stalley, Lyriciss and others at U Street Music Hall. 1115 U St. NW, Washington, DC. 9pm Show. Buy Tickets here.

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DC Drag Queen Race 2010: Costume Drag Queen Show and Race. Location is Dupont Circle, specifically 17th Street, between P and S Streets NW. Starts at 9pm.


Wednesday, Oct. 27

Arabian Sights Film Festival at Goethe Institut, 812 7th Street, NW Washington, DC 20001. Oct.21-31st. New Films from Egypt, UAE, Iraq, Morocco, Lebanon, and others. Get your tickets here.


Thursday, Oct. 28

AFROBEAT FOR YA SOUL…FELABRATION–Africa 70’s Style Edition-Bossa Lounge-2463 18th St NW, Party Starts at 9pm, $5 at the door, Free Face Painting

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ReadysetDC & STROGA Present: Fashion District Fall/Winter: Fashion Show, Art Installation, Pop-Ups, and Social. At STROGA-1808 Adams Mill Road. 7pm-12am. Get tickets and more info here.


FRIDAY, Oct. 29

Civilian Art Projects launches two new photography exhibitions of work by women artists. The America Project: Utopia, new work by celebrated photographer Noelle K. Tan; and REMOTE, a group photography exhibition featuring Lisa K. Blatt, Lely Constantinople, Kate MacDonnell, and E. Brady Robinson opens on Friday, October 29, 2010. 7-9pm.1019 7th Street NW, Second Floor, Washington, DC.

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Midnight Marauders: Night of Hip/Hop music featuring Nike Nando, Chris Barz, Cloud 9, Jay Fresh Kicks, Black Sand, Lola Maxwell, Hassani Kwess, Mr. Make Moves, Surrel, Darren Hanible, Nate Greyski, Obii Say, Kelow, Foreign English, and King Swagg. Hosted by Stef–DJ Juslissen Slector. All Ages. $5. Everlasting Life Cafe–2928 Georgia Ave NW, Washington DC 20001. 7pm-12am.


Mark your calendars and make sure to go out and support all these great events!


EVENT: Afrobeat Thursday, June Edition

Hello folks, its Thursday and I wanted to make sure that if you haven’t gotten anything in store for the evening you should definitely come out to this month’s edition of Afro-beat Thursdays at Bossa Lounge brought to you by dynamic duo of Lunchboxtheory Productions. What better way than to celebrate the start of summer, sweat it out to live music and a great dj anddd give some respect to the late great MJ with great company and cheap drinks?! Here is more info about the event and yet another fresh flier below:

Yes yes y’all its summer and time to celebrate the weather with the sounds and vibrations of DJ Underdog.

Come join us at Bossa Lounge next Thursday, June 24, 2010

You will be transformed by the music of DJ UNDERDOG!

Anna Mwalagho and the Afro Floetry Band Live!

Free Face Painting all night!

Only 5 bucks!

Come and Sweat out your weeek

Lunchbox Theory Presents:

Afrobeat for Ya Soul!

Bossa Lounge

2463 18th St NW

Dancin’ starts at 9pm

Thursday June 24 2010


I’ll be there, will you?


EVENT: Afrobeat Thursdays–4/29

When: April 29th, 2010
Where: Bossa Lounge
Why: Because you need to get down and dirty… I know you do.
Damage: $5.00

About Slimkat78:

Slimkat78 has been blessing hip hop heads with material for years. The DMV based producer has most recently been noted for his work on the Diamond District Album “In the Ruff” and on Yu’s latest Album “Before Taxes”

About The Cornel West Theory:

The Cornel West theory is a Washington, D.C. based hip-hop band. With the blessing of Dr. Cornel West, the Princeton University professor and renowned author, the band takes its name from his prolific writings and philosophies that have shaped contemporary thought throughout the world.

Inspired by the rich musical history of the nation’s capital and the struggles of poor people worldwide, the band was created in 2004 as a response to social oppression everywhere. They are here to deliver music that holds a mirror up to the world, with a core focus on political, cultural and spiritual commentary.

The band’s purpose is to speak the truth to the masses, while communicating to young and old alike. They create soulful music that entertains, informs, educates and provokes awareness and activism. Their sound, filled with drums, bass, piano, and electronic sounds, contains elements of all great music – from home grown Go-Go to jazz to rock to hip-hop.

Their music is rooted in hip-hop, but that single genre does not define the range and variety of the musicians in the group.

Check out the printed story on the Lunchbox Theory Productions team here and also make sure you go visit their site for posts on global culture and music here.

I’ll be there on Thursday, will you?



The Lunchbox theory girls are changing few things up this year. Not only have they revamped their site but they have revamped their signature Afrobeat parties. NEW NIGHT and NEW LOCATION!! They have taken over Bossa Lounge in heart of Adams Morgan, both floors! Live band playing on the first floor, this time with legendary Cheick Hamala, and DJ Underdog spinning nothing but records upstairs. You definitely don’t want to miss out. If you remember my previous post on these parties, they definitely are a nice escape from the stress and pretentiousness that comes with attending these other parties in the DMV, PLUS, you get free face paint and pretty cheap drinks and without fail sweated out from dancing to some great music! You really can’t beat that especially with such a low, low cover of $5.


So don’t miss out and make sure you come this THURSDAY, JAN 28th.

Starts @ 9PM|$5 cover


2463 18th Street NW
Washington, DC 20009-2003

**Portion of door will be going to Yele Haiti Foundation

Hope to see you there!