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<< 21+ w/ID // $15 // BYOB-friendly >>

JACKNIFE is a new monthly dance night programmed by our latest Hot Mass resident hauled in from DC, Baronhawk Poitier Williams. Every third Friday of the month expect a journey deep into afrofuturism.

Outputmessage (Output Noise/ DC)

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Outputmessage is DC resident Bernard Farley, a singer, producer, and DJ whose style ranges from upbeat electro pop to techno and house. He's a member of Volta Bureau (whose song, "Alley Cat", topped the Beatport indie-dance chart), but has also been churning out tunes on his own since 2003, releasing stand-out tracks and remixes on labels such as Ghostly, Melodic, and his own Output Noise Records. In 2006, he released his first album Nebulae, a set of instrumental songs displaying his knack for catchy melodies and lush synth work. Since then, Farley's honed his "creamy baritone" and released an eclectic array of vocal tracks from the uplifting electro house album Autonomous, to the funky indie and nu-disco of the Game Over EP and most recently, the lush futuristic R&B of the Quantum Love EP. He is currently finishing work on a new album of "space music", which promises to be his most sonically adventurous yet.


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Baronhawk Poitier (Urban Artistry/ The NeedlExchange/ Jade Anvil)

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Since 2005, Baronhawk has served as an Artistic Director, DJ, and producer for Urban Artistry Inc., a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization. In partnership with U Street Music Hall, he has opened for artists such as: Disclosure, Oscar G, Grandmaster Flash and local DC legend Sam “The Man” Burns. He has held residencies with U Street Music Hall, Blisspop DC, Tropicalia, The Satellite Room, Velvet Lounge, the Forward Festival, and the International Soul Society Festival. Due to his background in competitive dance culture, Baronhawk earned opportunities to play at respectable events such as: "The Book of Styles" (DC), "Think Big Battle" (Denmark), "Who Can Roast The Most" (DC), and the USA qualifier for the "Flow Mo Anniversary." While working as an Assistant Manager at The Record Exchange, he began collecting vinyl, CDs and other forms of media, gaining a deep respect for the art of digging.
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