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Nark Magazine - Studio 54 is so over, Studio 4/4 Hits Lo-Fi Friday 2.8


Studio 54 is so over, Studio 4/4 Hits Lo-Fi Friday 2.8

This Friday the Lost Boys celebrate 15 years of lord-knows-what shenanigans, shows and dance parties. Bringing together, including themselves, some of Seattle's heart and soul, including Brian Lyons, Wesley Holmes, Gene Lee, Sean Majors and special SF guests Sharpshooters alongside Supreme LaRock this Friday at LO-FI, they have basically guaranteed you a night you'll be begging to remember in the morning-- here's what they have to say about it-

We're going to celebrate 15 years of Lost Boys craziness with some of our favorite DJs to ever put vinyl on turntables. 

SHARPSHOOTERS (reunion set!!!)
We're patting ourselves on the back over here. Sureshot is flying up from San Fran to put in work with Supreme LaRock in a set that will undoubtedly leave you smiling ear to ear. Their internationally acclaimed soul/jazz/hip hop album 'Twice as Nice' is celebrating it's 10th anniversary this year and what better excuse to get these two icons together. 

In 1996 Brian Lyons started a weekly party on Sunday night at Rebar that is universally accepted as the backbone of house music in the northwest. Local legend (and Flammable resident) Wesley Holmes will be joining his good friends in a rare house/nu disco set with the guys from...

Representing the crew will be Gene Lee and Sean Majors. After 15 years of playing records, throwing parties and making beats, these two had better have it figured out by now. A special four hour, four DJ tag session dedicated to the art of the 4/4 kick drum.

In case you are not convinced, here's a couple bites of hype floating around their Facebook invite..




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