From our partners at Holocene
Global bass dance party! FREE before 10! Chutney Soca set from Anjali from 9-10pm! Plus special guest CHAACH!!!
CHAACH!!! is the co-founder of the NYC-based music label and Baile Funk promotion team XAO PRODUCTIONS, started in 2006 along with Kokos Kypros and DJ Comrade. Since then he has worked and performed alongside such artists as Diplo, MC Gringo, Nossa, Uproot Andy, Jah Dan (Major Lazer) DJ Gravy, Max Glazer and countless artists heading the NYC Tropical Bass scene.
Gaining popularity as a producer in 2007 for the production of the song CHAMA O BOMBIERO, starring NYC Baile Funk Diva Zuzuka Poderosa as well as producing tracks for 77Klash and Jah Dan Blackamoore, CHAACH!!! embraced the up and coming electro global music scene and helped bring it to its recent height in popularity. He got his musical start in NYC and embodies influences from the East coast. Dancehall Reggae, Pan-Latin music, Middle Eastern cuts, and early New York rave music are just the tip of where his inspiration comes from. CHAACH!!! performs a LIVE MPC BAILE FUNK set adapted from the style of Rio De Janeiro's Baile Funk DJs, entailing an on-the-spot live remixing of Brazilian and Jamaican acappellas with bass heavy rhythms from around the globe.
with resident Atlas DJs Anjali, E3 and The Incredible Kid!
This edition of ATLAS will also feature a Chutney Soca set from Anjali from 9-10pm!
ATLAS is Holocene's longest-running dance party, inaugurated in November of 2003. ATLAS is hosted every second Saturday by resident DJs Anjali, E3 and The Incredible Kid. ATLAS exists to present the gritty urban music whose production and traditions are not limited by American borders. Hosted by the crew whose members first introduced the Portland club audience to genres such as 2step, Balkan Beats, Bhangra, Dubstep, Urban Desi, Funk Carioca, Kuduro, Mambo, Rai'n'B, Reggada and Reggaeton. Atlas is THE Portland club night dedicated to exposing the latest electronic sounds emerging from the global diaspora. Atlas is
the only night of its kind in Portland and has been going strong for nearly