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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Zeph and Azeem Host New Club Night

Posted By on Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 10:33 AM

click to enlarge Rude Boys Back in (tha) Town: Zeph and Azeem
  • Rude Boys Back in (tha) Town: Zeph and Azeem
Oakland nightlife continues to be on the upswing. With new clubs and nightspots opening seemingly every day, this latest cultural renaissance is happening on the dance floor. And even established venues are getting into the act. Lukas Taproom was one of the first places to open up in the Oakland revitalization (as it will no doubt one day be known), and the pub/club is still in it to win it.

Lukas has just announced a new Thursday weekly presided over by none other than Zeph and Azeem, the well-respected DJ and MC duo who have been working together for years, and put out a dope album on Om HipHop a few years back. The night is called "Rewind," and it's in effect tonight. Lukas website lists the music as "classic soul, reggae, and hip-hop," all of which should sound great enhanced by the high walls surrounding the venue's dancefloor. Next week is Rewind's official Launch Party, when Z&A will be joined by Quannum/Flipsyde DJ D-Sharp. For more info, click here .

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