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Tonight We’re Havin A 3-Some!

Wanna have a 3-some? Cool. We’re game.

Once again our venue will be divided into three separate rooms housing three totally different events.

Upstairs in the main bar is Milk & Honey with DJ Leah V and special guest Voltran spinning all sorts of party shit to keep your feet moving.

In the dining room: You know them, you love them, they bring the best damn Nautical themed party this side of the high seas. It’s Bootie Boston with Spencer 4 Hire, McFly and special guest DJ Adam Balm rounding out the bill.

And for something different, we have format downstairs a night of Drum N Bass with DJ Eshin (profound Audio NYC), MC Diggadee, Ikon, Reset From Start and our homie Josiah Scribes on the inside, #selectah (airhorn).

So come party with us!

21+ $5 before 11 pm / $7 after.

Tonight! A Lil Louder!!

Do you like 90s Dancehall, Hip Hop, Soul, Caribbean Riddims, Trap and Classic House? Have you ever considered wearing a fishnet tank top? Is the “butterfly” still one of your staple dance moves? Well then break out your lighters and air horns because The Almighty Pretty Face Posse & Jus Cuz  have teamed up to bring you a bashment party in true 90s ragga muffin stylee. 21 + no dress code, no cover. PS We’rrrreeee BAAAAaaaack!

Beat research is back tonight with DJ Bent From The Anthology Of Booty!

Beat Research is a monthly event promoting experimental party music.

This month’s guests include DJ Bent (Anthology of Booty) and Ivanna B DJ.

Beat Research began in March 2004 at the Enormous Room in Central Square. The brainchild of multimedia artists Jake Trussell (DJ C) and Antony Flackett (DJ Flack), who teaches a hands-on class at MassArt by the same name, Beat Research provided a new base for the genre-bending sets the two had been playing since throwing parties with the Toneburst Collective in the late 90s. Bridging parochial club divides, Flack and C would overlay dub and jungle, hip-hop and dubstep, dancehall and bhangra and beats from all over. After co-hosting the residency for 3+ years, in 2007 DJ C moved to Chicago while musicologist and blogger Wayne Marshall (Wayne & Wax) returned to Cambridge, bringing his big Caribbeanist ears, YouTube dragnet, and love of “musically-expressed ideas about music” to the mix.

In its 7.5 year run at the Enormous Room, Beat Research played host to some of the best and brightest DJs and producers of underground bass music in the world, gave a number of young Boston luminaries their first gig, and presented an utterly motley collection of tech-addled live PAs. The long list of special guests includes Scuba, DJ Rupture, Kingdom, edIT, Mungo’s Hi-Fi, Uproot Andy, and thereminist Pamelia Kurstin. Consistently topping local polls, Beat Research has been hard to beat for anyone seeking out extraordinary sounds early in the week, and its hosts pride themselves on offering a free weekly session for discerning dancers and enthusiastic head-nodders.

Wayne & Flack were as surprised as anyone when the Enormous Room suddenly shut down in early October, but they are thrilled to relocate the weekly festivities to the Good Life in downtown Boston beginning on November 8–and every last wednesday of the month thereafter. Moving across the Charles seems like the right move for a night that has been putting Boston’s bounce on the map.

Beat Research is back tomorrow night w/ DJ Bent!

Beat Research is a monthly event promoting experimental party music.

This month’s guests include DJ Bent (Anthology of Booty) and Ivanna B DJ.

Beat Research began in March 2004 at the Enormous Room in Central Square. The brainchild of multimedia artists Jake Trussell (DJ C) and Antony Flackett (DJ Flack), who teaches a hands-on class at MassArt by the same name, Beat Research provided a new base for the genre-bending sets the two had been playing since throwing parties with the Toneburst Collective in the late 90s. Bridging parochial club divides, Flack and C would overlay dub and jungle, hip-hop and dubstep, dancehall and bhangra and beats from all over. After co-hosting the residency for 3+ years, in 2007 DJ C moved to Chicago while musicologist and blogger Wayne Marshall (Wayne & Wax) returned to Cambridge, bringing his big Caribbeanist ears, YouTube dragnet, and love of “musically-expressed ideas about music” to the mix.

In its 7.5 year run at the Enormous Room, Beat Research played host to some of the best and brightest DJs and producers of underground bass music in the world, gave a number of young Boston luminaries their first gig, and presented an utterly motley collection of tech-addled live PAs. The long list of special guests includes Scuba, DJ Rupture, Kingdom, edIT, Mungo’s Hi-Fi, Uproot Andy, and thereminist Pamelia Kurstin. Consistently topping local polls, Beat Research has been hard to beat for anyone seeking out extraordinary sounds early in the week, and its hosts pride themselves on offering a free weekly session for discerning dancers and enthusiastic head-nodders.

Wayne & Flack were as surprised as anyone when the Enormous Room suddenly shut down in early October, but they are thrilled to relocate the weekly festivities to the Good Life in downtown Boston beginning on November 8–and every last wednesday of the month thereafter. Moving across the Charles seems like the right move for a night that has been putting Boston’s bounce on the map.