TITLE TOWN returns on November 9th with Washington D.C.’s DJ Nitekrawler!

TITLE TOWN Soul & Funk Party
w/ guest DJ NITEKRAWLER (Moneytown, D.C. Soul Recordings)
Saturday, November 9th
BRILLOBOX (4104 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh)
9pm – 2am; $6; 21+

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“Voted one of Pittsburgh’s best dance parties of 2013 by Pittsburgh City Paper readers!”

We’re still reelin’ from having wrapped four successful years of TITLE TOWN, but Pittsburgh’s dance-centric soul party is turnin’ things up on November 9th with a special guest appearance from Washington D.C.’s DJ NITEKRAWLER – DJ, collector and driving force behind D.C. Soul Recordings and MONEYTOWN.

As any music fan knows, a steady diet of familiar, yet fresh sounds is the perfect recipe for a good dance party, so expect everything from obscure ‘60s & ‘70s soul, deep and classic funk, vintage rhythm & blues, Latin boogaloo, uptempo disco and anything (and everything) else that makes your Saturday night move – all at 45 revolutions per minute.


We gotta say, not many DJs in the game can throw down an all-45 set of downright obscure and forgotten 45s while maintaining a high level of feel-good party rocking craftsmanship. Kevin Coombe a.k.a DJ Nitekrawler has been honing his skills at H Street’s Little Miss Whiskey’s Golden Dollar for years. His MONEYTOWN party continues to be D.C.’s best outlet for a dance-friendly mix of funk, soul, boogaloo, breakbeats, Latin, and more.

The Washington Post writes, “DJ Nitekrawler has getting crowds to dance down to a science: wickedly funky drums. Deep, rubbery bass. Punching horns. Shaking tambourine. The unmistakable chicka-chicka shuffle of wah-wah guitar.” He’s not only a schooled DJ dropping mean grooves, but a catalyst behind the cataloging of records by legends and lesser-known artists of the Washington D.C. & Maryland funk, soul, & R&B era of the ’60s to the early ’90s (including all related sub-genres and descendants such as Go-Go and Disco). In 2010, DJ Nitekrawler was featured on NPR’s Morning Edition and is working on a book that delves deeper into the D.C. and Maryland music.

Don’t miss the one-two punch of DJ Nitekrawler and TITLE TOWN’s resident DJ Gordy G.

Discovering Old D.C. Soul (Washington Post)

Funk On A 45: D.C. Soul Music Rediscovered (NPR)

DJ Nitekrawler Promo Mixes

Brillobox is located at 4104 Penn Avenue and TITLE TOWN Soul & Funk Party is a 21+ event. Doors open promptly at 9 p.m. Admission is $6 at the door. Early arrival is strongly encouraged.

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