Pipeline is giving away tickets for you and five friends to attend Discos Discos on Friday, January 13, 2012 or ATLAS with DJ Anjali & The Incredible Kid on Saturday, January 14. To win, comment on this post why you’d like to attend and which show. Winners will be drawn Friday, January 13.
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Discos Discos is a monthly event that takes place second Fridays at Holocene.
Resident DJs Zac Eno & Michael Bruce focus on bringing the most forward thinking Bass Music currently on offer. Everything from Tropical House/Techno, Cumbia, Dancehall, Gaurachero to the current movements in Future Garage, Post-Dubstep, UK Funky, Electro, and Grime.
In our second year, our aim is to build on what we created in year one. We’ve come to realize we’re very blessed both with our time and space in this scene. Being able to put on display genres of music that don’t get much play in Portland’s dance clubs, and creating a home/scene for fans of forward thinking bass music.
ATLAS w/ E3, DJ Anjali and The Incredible Kid
ATLAS is Holocene's longest-running dance party, inaugurated in November of 2003 and still going hard. Hosted six times a year by resident DJs Anjali, E3 and The Incredible Kid, ATLAS is a one-of-a-kind post-national bass party that unleashes dancefloor mayhem from across the globe.
Hosted by the crew that first introduced Portland club audiences to genres such as 2step/Dubstep, Balkan Beats, Bhangra, Dembow, Dubstep, Urban Desi, Funk Carioca, Kuduro, Merengue Urbano, Rai'n’B, Reggada, Reggaeton, 3Ball, Cumbia Nueva and Tropical, ATLAS continues to blaze trails in international bass music for one of the most diverse nights & crowds in town.
January’s edition of ATLAS will begin at 9pm with a Desi Rap set from DJ Anjali. The Desi diaspora not only includes the genres of bhangra and Bollywood; from Malaysia to Massachusetts, Berkley to Brooklyn to Birmingham, immigrant kids of South Asian descent have been picking up the mic for decades.