Posts Tagged ‘Rock Creek Social Club’

The Breaks: This Week in DMV Hip-Hop

Tabi Bonney, Stay Fly, grilled cheese sandwiches, and more

Rock Creek Social Club’s Four Years of No-Posturing, No-Inhibitions Partying

Atlanta rapper Makonnen’s hallucinogenic ode to early-week partying, "Club Going Up On a Tuesday," (which just got a huge assist from Drake) would’ve been the theme song for Rock Creek Social Club’s now-defunct Good Life Tuesdays parties. It's also a perfect description of what the D.C.-based lifestyle group has accomplished in its four years. 
Established in 2010, Rock Creek Social Club [...]

The Breaks: This Week in DMV Hip-Hop

In this installation of the Breaks, I offer my thoughts on a Curren$y show at the Howard Theatre, an anticipated Fat Trel remix, a minute of brilliance from Rahiem Supreme and a weekend event you should know about if you don't already. 
Curren$y Entertains His Cult Following
Curren$y’s success is the fruit of his diligence, a dedication [...]

Broccoli City Wants You to Eat Organic Food and Listen to Local Hip-Hop

D.C. residents with disposable income have no problem eating well. The city's poor and working class residents, on the other hand, fall behind the curve when it comes to "green," healthy living. Los Angeles-based "organic lifestyle" group Broccoli City wants to change that with what it's calling the "first urban Earth Day celebration."
Sunday, the "green"-focused [...]

Rock Creek Social Club Does SXSW

Rock Creek Social Club always prided itself on eclecticism. At the collective's unpretentious weekly parties, you could hear the syrupy crawl of Drake’s “Cameras” as often as Backyard Band’s cover of Raphael Saadiq’s “Still Ray.” Soon enough, Wale and Common were dropping by the party, and Goodlife Tuesdays became the best worst-kept secret in D.C. But after [...]

Goodlife Tuesdays Come to a Close

Two years ago, a group of friends wanted to throw a house party, but in a nightclub. They wanted it to be fun, free, and open to anyone who simply wanted to have a good time. The friends—known formally as the Rock Creek Social Club—took their idea to the Recess Lounge on 15th Street NW.
Unexpectedly, [...]

Goodlife Tuesdays, D.C.’s Most Eclectic Weekly, Turns 1

Sweat builds the bridges that people can't. Bottle-service fist-pumpers who love hard electro kings Swedish House Mafia, Nike Foamposite-wearing hustlers who love Rick Ross, and Phoenix-loving indie kids are all regular sights at "Goodlife Tuesdays," a weekly party at downtown hot spot Recess. Thrown by local promoters Rock Creek Social Club, the city's most eclectic weekly celebrates its first anniversary [...]

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