Saturday, April 6th • Bar opens 8PM, Green Room 9PM, Club 10PM.
Advance Tickets on sale Friday, February 22nd (2/22) @ noon.
Get Tickets: https://www.residentadvisor.net/events/1228730
Maverick production genius Maurice Fulton is a man of few words, who is more inclined to let his music do the talking. One of house music’s true originals, his enviable back catalogue, including production for Crystal Waters’ legendary ‘Gypsy Woman,’ will live long in a modern world of disposable downloads. Decades in the scene working with some of electronic music’s biggest names and spinning around the world has cemented his place in dance music history. Maurice Fulton has been on a constant onslaught to release music since the 90’s under numerous aliases and nicknames.
Rounding out the bill is Barcelona’s Opium Club resident Manfredas hailing from Lithuania and prolific producer Sergio Santos in the Green Room with local support from Bunk Buddha’s Jon Hao [LiVE] and Scott Donovan as well as DeVaughn Jones.
Maurice Fulton ( BubbleTease Communications | UK )
Manfredas ( Les disques de la mort | Lithuania)
Sergio Santos Music ( Culprit, No. 19 | NY )
Flash Bar: Something Real with Bunk Buddha
Bunk Buddha ( Mind Space, TGP | Baltimore )
Sarasbrodir ( Chub Rub | DC )
DeVaughn Jones ( DC )
Maurice Fulton is probably the most rhythmically inventive producer working in electronic dance music right now.” The Wire
From Baltimore, Maurice Fulton has been DJing since his early teens starting with Hip-hop and then moving on to House and Garage at various residencies across the US as ‘DR Scratch.’ Maurice began playing organ in church and drums in high school. So when he put his talent to making music it wasn’t long before he was using his skills to produce tracks with The Basement Boys and Ultra Nate. His most famous work was heard on ‘Gypsy Woman’ by Crystal Waters, one of the most successful house tunes of the early ‘90s.
Maurice went on to become highly prolific in his production work, releasing tracks on various labels through the 90’s including Nuphonic and Warp in the UK. Often linked to contemporaries like Carl Craig, Derrick May and Frankie Knuckles, his textured sounds and complex production astounded many and grew him a loyal fan base. More recently, he has been working for Tirk, Kathy Diamond and DFA. Maurice likes to be known first and foremost as a producer, though for those in the know, Maurice is also an extremely accomplished DJ. His sets are firmly rooted in the Loft and Garage classics that gave New York City its clubbing heritage. These tracks, often quietly edited to perfection by his own hand, are presented and eq’ed to maximum effect on the dance floor.