Hearts Collective continues its 2019 rooftop series with a collective get together showcasing amazing djs from some of DC’s hottest groups. We are excited for DMV DEEP, Groove Syndicate, Deep Tech and Decibel Collective to join us on the decks at the wonderful Rock and Roll Hotel Roof. The party can’t and won’t stop on H-Street!
RnR Hotel Oct 12th
2-3 Browz & Schwander | Groove Syndicate | DC
3-4 SPCLK |Deep Tech | DC
4-530 DMV DEEP
530-7 Fort Fairmont | Hearts Collective | DC
7-8 Henry Galindo | Decibel Collective | DC
Fort Fairmont is a DJ-duo made up of James Dank (house music) and R-808 (bass music). They have been playing and hosting gigs in the DC music scene since 2014, debuting at local music venues on the U-Street corridor such as Flash, Tropicalia, U St Music Hall, and DC’s Funk Parade. Fort Fairmont’s driving tenant: all music has a time and a place. As such, they rarely stick to any one genre and have curated events from nu-disco to trap to electronic hip-hop to house and techno. They’ve opened for major acts such as Life on Planets, The Funk Hunters, Claptone, Subset, etc. For the past two years they’ve also played for Burning Man’s Catharsis on the Mall event and partnered with other local collectives such as Deep Tech, Mischief, Sunset and Chill, and DDI.
Browz & Schwander
Bolivian and English born DJ / Producer Duo. With the rhythms of South America and the tech sound of Europe, Browz & Schwander arrange their DJ sets to keep the crowds grooving, the atmosphere vibing and the music playing. Live remixing and multiple track mixing allow for an energetic show and mesmerizing musical experience.
Since 2013 this drum juggling duo has been working on their back to back mixing styles in order to amplify their performances. After taking a few years hiatus from the dj/music scene they decided to step back into the night life. At that time Browz & Schwander created Red Sauce Radio as a way to express their musical taste and mixing skills with the community at large.
Born in Los Angeles and raised close to the Washington D.C. Area, Henry’s first introduction to Dance Music was Disco Music from his family at an early age, later on he would discover House, Trance and Techno Music. In the late 00s when the term E.D.M. was beginning and growing also music was changing, Henry ventured more underground to get away from that scene. One DJ that Henry looks up to showed him the way through his music and that was Dubfire, being a huge Deep Dish fan he followed Dubfire after his temporary break from Deep Dish. Finding out about the underground scene, he would come to find out about DJs like Richie Hawtin , Carl Cox, Nina Kraviz, Solomun, Ricardo Villalobos, Sven Väth, Joris Voorn, Joseph Capriati, Nicole Moudaber, Len Faki,Seth Troxler, Chris Liebing, Jamie Jones, Loco Dice, Hot Since 82, Maya Jane Coles, and The Martinez Brothers. Henry is a big supporter of the Underground Movement in the D.C. area attending and promoting events for House, Deep House, Tech House, and Techno events in the D.M.V. area.