One of the nice things about the Loda electronic music parties is that they simultaneously manage to look backwards and forward: Older heads in the crowd can get the classics they love while checking out some up-and-coming talent, while the younger folks can develop a better understanding of where the music came from. The group's latest event at the Warehouse Loft is no exception. One room features house tracks spun by Ray Casil, Lexus King, Lovegrove and Tom B, who've been fixtures on the scene for about a decade. The "Future Bass" room, meanwhile, is given over to Born Infinite, the up-and-coming rapper whose "Tomorrow Is Today" album finally dropped this week, dubstep DJ Daniel Merrill of the Aligning Minds duo, drum 'n' bass mixmaster Harry Ransom and several others. Cover is only $5, and the party runs from 10 to 4.
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