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REV909: Daft Punk/French House Tribute and Indie Dance Classics

U Street Music Hall Washington

Saturday, February 22, 2020 10:30 PM


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*** $12 day of show. Free before 11PM for 21+. Ages 18-20 by advance ticket only. *** Advance ticket sales end one hour before doors
REV909 returns this February, and this time we're celebrating the release of 'Love in High Demand,' the hotly anticipated album from DC trio Too Free. The band will be playing live in between Will Eastman and Ozker's favorite French House and indie dance selections . You don't want to miss this.


'97-'02 French Touch and '02-'05 Indie Dance to '05 and '06 electro & '06-'09 bloghouse and Nu Disco.

Too Free

Too Free is born of the most innate curiosity - their only mission is a desire to connect with others in the space that music creates. Drawing from improvisation and experimentation, they deconstruct their songs to their most necessary elements, leaning into their collective punk ethos and DIY backgrounds. Taking energy that projects a reverence for legacy with the opposite of nostalgia, they lead with a principle of imagining a future and being in it - intentionally making music that skews towards the inclusive and accessible instead of making things insular and pretentious. Relying on the power of movement and improvisation, each track on Love in High Demand provides an empathetic space for the listener. Drawing equally from elements of South Florida freestyle and Jersey electro into DC’s signature polyrhythms, the record is a continuous refinement of the virtue of motion - each composition rooted in propulsive energy that envelops. Aiming to make something with a more utopian outlook that counters the pervasive pessimism, archaic ideologies and dystopian timelines we interact with on a daily basis, they approach this project with an open-endedness that incorporates higher concepts of what pop art can sound like.



U Street Music Hall

1115 U Street NW
Washington, DC 20009
United States (Directions)