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A BALTIMORE CLUB MUSIC CONVERSATION w/ JAMES NASTY

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Outside of the rising production credits of DJ Pierre and Murder Mark, the story of 2010 in the retooling but perpetually party rocking genre of Baltimore Club music is the rise of James Nasty. Playing U Street Music Hall's Halloween party this Saturday night is one of many great accomplishments for the selector. A populist club DJ very reminiscent in production style to veteran Rod Lee of "Dance My Pain Away" fame, Nasty has had a fantastic 2010. Finding his own style as the headliner at the "next generation Taxlo" the Friday night weekly Moustache Dance Party at Baltimore's Ottobar, he's now aligned with the revised Bmore Original Records, and his single "Back It Up" is presently in rotation as a perpetual part of KW Griff's Friday night mix on 92Q. As club music retools and new names like DJ Sega become top veterans and mentors, it's names like James Nasty who are now at the forefront of pushing the genre ahead and being ones to watch. For 45 minutes, James and I discuss the nature of club music, past, present and future. Enjoy!

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