MICK to Spin at Drop Bar on Friday

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Formerly Known as Mick Boogie, MICK was one of the city’s most popular DJs in the ‘00s. When he won “Best DJ” back in 2002 (when he was known as Mick Boogie), here’s what we wrote about him: “No DJ is more attuned to his audience's ears than Mick Boogie. When he plays for mainstream crowds in the Warehouse District, Mick lays down beats that dancers know from the radio or MTV — and the crowd loves him for it. But just as effortlessly, he ditches pop hip-hop for the more obscure, independent-label rap. Either way, his mixes are seamless, his scratching is top-notch, and crowds are always left panting on the dance floor.” MICK returns to town on Friday to spin at Drop Bar in the Warehouse District. Doors open at 9 p.m. and valet, booths and coat check are available. He’ll play “club anthems, old school hip-hop and mashups.” Bottles of Grey Goose will cost $150 before midnight. Call 216.702.5511 for reservations. 

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