DJ Stylus and DJ Meistro of The Sol Power All-Stars kicked off The Vinyl District’s all vinyl monthly at Den Of Thieves with a night of deep, tropical wax. Check out the uptempo second half below. Head over to the good old Soundcloud for the first half with the sweet reggae opening.
Some songs grab you from the first 30 seconds and don’t let you go until the very end. As soon as you hear the intro for Ray Barretto’s “Acid,” you are sucked right in and off for the ride.
Brooklyn’s Bembe has been one of the best places for DJ Meistro and me to play over the past year as The Sol Power All-Stars. Here’s an hour long slice of Sol Power getting busy. Free download!
Little Feat, fronted by former Frank Zappa protege Lowell George, was one of the most admired bands in the ’70s.
Our very own Sol Power All-Stars remix Ondatrópica’s Latin dance floor bomb, ”Tiene Sabor, Tiene Sazón.” Proven dance floor fire starter!
Forty record dealers from up and down the East Coast selling their wares at Penn Social (801 E Street Northwest Washington, DC 20004) from 11 am ’til 5 pm.
If you like salsa like I do then this live clip filmed at New York’s Cheetah Lounge in August of 1971 is pure nirvana! It was taken from the movie “Our Latin Thing (Cosa Nostra)” and features the Fania All Stars. This group is a who’s who of New York salsa in the 60′s and […]
DJ Stylus, Meistro and Deep Sang, aka The Sol Power All-Stars have found a new home to rock the dancefloor with African and Latin beats. Check out the mix below to get a taste of Shrine at Tropicalia, DC’s new global dancehall. Shrine at Tropicalia Friday, Sept. 14 (and alternating Fridays) 10pm – 3am No […]
Due to DJ Meistro‘s recent South Asian jaunt, we made a slight change to the usual bi-monthly 1st Saturday schedule at Eighteenth Street Lounge so that the whole crew could rock together.
DJ Stylus, Meistro, and Deep Sang continue their bi-monthly residency as the Sol Power All Stars at the legendary Eighteenth Street Lounge. Get ready for another incredible night of the sounds of the African diaspora: samba, salsa, afrobeat, cumbia, merengue, afro-latin deep house and more.