The End Of Darqness Tonight! W/ Joto Realness, Howin1000, Reverend Dollars

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The time has come, this Aug. 7, for THE END OF DARQNESS, one last queer and trans people of color party at MAXIM's. We've been through an amazing year of parties, and it has been my pleasure to create this safer space for QTPOC to meet each other and dance, dance, dance to the hottest hiphop, r&b, dancehall, latin, club, house, and more. For this last party we will have hot rising star DJs JOTO-REALNESS (Noné Villa) [Chinga Su Renta/Caramelo] and HOWIN1000 (Howin Wong) throwing down the jams, as well as your truly, REVEREND DOLLARS [Darqness/Blackout/Girl Bye].

I love you all. Let's do it big one last time!


JOTO-REALNESS is an up-n-coming DJ that has played jams for Kremwerk’s Chinga Su Renta and has recently helped start Caramelo, a new queer and trans Latinx party. Joto-Realness is inspired to create a balanced atmosphere of sounds from all over America, YES that includes Latin America; multinational sounds that speak true to the multinational American experience.

HOWIN1000 is an angel fallen from heaven. After the descent, he/she/they spent time destroying land masses and rearranging topography in anger and despair at the condition of Earth. Discovering the power of hymns over mortals in the throws of one of their rages, they learned to forge a sword from the heat of bass. Now they spend their time constructing sonic temples in which people come to have their lamentations sliced from their skulls; blood and pain spilt on the floor. Using the sword as a conductor baton, they shred and warp music from any genre to create sets that destroy emotions and liquify bodies through the night.

REVEREND DOLLARS is a Seattle-based DJ/producer who is the resident DJ and organizer of DARQNESS: a queer and trans people of color party, and a resident of Blackout afro-diasporic night, Girl Bye queer hiphop party, and Space Jam 90s night. Her most recent release, Arson EP, was praised by The Stranger as "a cauldron of peak-time, fast-twitch bass music, blazing with party-igniting exhortations, airhorns, A+ funk samples, and heavy-weight-champ percussion." She will soon be releasing her 4th EP, QRISIS/darqlove.
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