Scion crashes into Warehouse Live with a roster of DJs known for bringing it in their respective parts of the U.S. (and by it, we do mean the party). Klever is known for keeping Atlanta venues moving to a mix of metal, electro and house, especially at his monthly installment, Sloppy Seconds. In the Southwest, Fashen keeps things hot and full of hip-hop in Arizona. He won Rockstar Energy Drinks Next on the Decks, which launched a career opening for the likes of Kanye West and P. Diddy.
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Fans of Entourage might recognize The Knux from their hit Cappuccino, which was featured on the HBO series. The duo is comprised of brothers Rah Amillio and Krispy Kream, who left New Orleans after Katrina and headed for Hollywood. Since then, the pairs rockin rap (note: we didnt say rap rock for a reason) has been moving audiences and turning the heads of rap industry fat cat Paul Rosenberg and Interscope Records. Starting off the party are local spinsters Witnes, Dayta and Squincy Jones of Rock Box/SpeakerBoxx fame at 8 p.m. 813 St. Emanuel. For information, call 713-225-5483 or visit www.warehouselive.com. Free.
Tue., Aug. 26, 8 p.m., 2008