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CityGuide - 5 of ATL's most turnt monthly dance parties

The city is filled with clubs just waiting for you to come get your swerve on

There’s a great big city out there, filled with clubs just waiting for you to come get your swerve on. Here’s a field guide to five of ATL’s most turnt monthly DJ dance parties: Every first, third, and fourth Friday, DJ Lord of Public Enemy, Fudge, the Grand Imperial DJ Majestik, and host D.R.E.S. tha BEATnik occupy MJQ’s main room for a night of world-class hip-hop. At El Bar, Speakerfoxxx, Cristo Disco, and Mannie Fresh bring a Southern ratchet set for Cash Money Fridays once a month. Kemit’s Kickin’ up Dust at the Sound Table is for the house music heads every second Saturday. If dancing to ’50s and ’60s rock ’n’ roll, soul, and girl groups is your bag, Keep on Movin’ lands at the Basement once a month. And when you want to get thrown with the “luxury trap” elite, hit up them VAVLT BOYS’ parties when HxV and BLKMORRISS hold electronic music to a higher artistic standard. Dates and times vary, so check details before you head out.

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This (literally) underground club, located below the Graveyard Tavern in East Atlanta, hosts local and touring indie rock and hip-hop shows (T.I. and Iggy Azalea once shared the stage here). The aptly named space is also home to old-school dance parties. | more...

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The Sound Table is as much a dance club as it is a restaurant. It's a showplace for some of the best DJs around, both in the downstairs dining room and next door at Space 2. | more...

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This cave-like underground bar is located below Pizzeria Vesuvius. A wide flight of stairs ushers you into a moderate-size venue that features live music and DJs. | more...

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The tiny, shacklike entrance reveals an eclectic and loyal late-night crowd. Music at this underground clubber’s club ranges from hip-hop and Brit-pop to downtempo and rare grooves. The dim basement space feels like the most happenin’ speakeasy in town. | more...
 



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