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Next time you catch a Continental Express flight out of Hopkins Airport, the man at the controls could be DJ Jason Damman. But when the veteran airman isn't flying a 50-seat plane, he's turntabling at the weekly Cool House Collective, which debuts dirty-progressive house music tonight at Metropolis. "The sound is kinda crunchy," says Damman, a DJ since 2002. "It's that kind of beat where your head starts moving and your foot starts tapping. If you want to educate yourself, you could open a new door you may not know is there. It's not what you typically hear on the radio. It's fun, energetic, and makes you want to move."
Fri., May 5, 10 p.m.

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