Mp3NDAYS: K.A.Q.A.U. edition

Kent And Queen Anne's Underground

This Friday, the Kent And Queen Anne’s Undergrounds will merge for a night of tag-team bass slinging and light throwing. Some said it couldn’t be done, and the locale may seem out of place, but in reality it’s only 30 miles from the land of Starscape (at least as the crow flies…)

To get you pumped, here are selections from each DJ set to perform that night.


Joe Rich, representing the Kent Island team, was instrumental in setting this show up from the idea’s inception to searching for a venue and booking the talent. This will also be his first official DJ gig!
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Perhaps the Eastern Shore’s fastest rising emcee, Kotic Couture will be showing off his DJ skills to the crowd, taking a one night break from preparing his upcoming EP on this label and flying across the country to perform with the Grammy-nominated B.Slade!
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He’s a regular on the DMV EDM scene; you’ve seen Prospect on the dancefloor but now’s your chance to check him out behind the decks! He’s definitely a favorite from his local Grasonville all the way out to Chestertown.
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Now based in Toronto, tha 1 who Trevs still provides consistent support for the Kent County scene that raised him, recording and producing local artists, and organizing events such as Kent Massive, Narnia Underground, and this one right here!
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Hailing from across the Kent Narrows, in the past year Kennedy has already played with a decent selection of the DMV’s staple DJs, including Jon Kwest, James Nasty, Mathias, and Steve Starks.
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Vitamin K, Chestertown born and raised, is also working on a release for Unknowne Landes. His first ever live performance at Narnia Underground was something the likes of which had never been seen in Betterton, as evidenced by the video below:
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So there you have it; if you think you’re ready for this historic cross-county throwdown, hop on route 213 and we’ll see you Friday! It’s all going down at the Centreville American Legion Post 21 at 122 Spring Street, and cover is just five bucks!

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