Just Desserts: w/ Cakewalk, Rob Wood, & Moses
❅❅❅ I’VE BEEN OVER HERE COOKIN’ UP SOMETHING XXXTRA SWEET FOR ALL Y’ALL PARTY PEOPLE TO HELP SHAKE OFF DEM WINTERY BLUES.
COMING ALL THE WAY FROM THE GREAT CITY OF BOSTON WE HAVE TWO TOP NOTCH SELECTORS (& GREAT FRIENDS) THAT WILL BE KEEPING IT SUGARY WITH ME ALL NIGHT LONG. ❅❅❅
SO happy to finally be able to host these gentlemen at my favorite musical church. Robert Wood will be making his Portland debut, and I’m welcoming back to town my very good amigo cakewalk for his first time @ the illustrious FLASK LOUNGE. You may have seen him performing at countless Pub House Productions parties. The dude has been on an absolute fucking tear this year as far as performances go playing all over New England and beyond. Expect fuego house & techno all night long. three individual sets + a 3-way back 2 back session to close it out will be a truly unique experience. DO. NOT. MISS. DIS.
9PM-1AM. 21+ W/ ID. $5 SUGGESTED DONATION.
▶ CAKEWALK ▶ [BINARY, Flight617] Boston, MA
Growing up and cleaning the house to jazzy, soulful, disco funky stuff (thanks to his parents) while also getting that old school hip hop/R&B influence (thanks to his big bro) is where it all began for James Walker aka cakewalk. Jump ahead many years and musical phases later, after DJing college parties in Boston/NH and attending the MMMMaven DJ & Music Production courses, he quickly found his place in the Boston underground scene.
Since then cakewalk has become a resident with BINARY and Flight 617 which are two of the top underground parties in Boston. He has also shared the stage with electronic music hero’s like Soul Clap, Purple Disco Machine, Way Out West, Little Boots, Chus + Ceballos, No Regular Play, Beckwith, and Ben Silver of Orchard Lounge.
This should give you an idea of the wide range of musical waves that can be present during a cakewalk set. Expect to hear anything from the funky sounds of disco to those deep latin tribal safari ride feels. Being known for playing multiple different parties and being able to catch a vibe while still blending genres is one example of what sets him apart from the basic DJs that are heard too often today.
From playing rooftop parties in NYC to international clubs like Habitat Living Sound, cakewalk is quickly making his name known and funking up dance floors all over the globe.