Hey DJ: Save Your Soul, James Nasty's Physical Education, CAPS/LOCK, and more

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WEDNESDAY 18

Get down to old-school hip-hop and dancehall all night at The Point in Fells for Wu-Tang Wednesdays presented by Sounds of Baltimore DJs at 10 p.m. (21+; no cover; two-for-one rail drinks, bombs, fireball shots, and domestic beers). At Red Maple, DJ JFell's global dance groove party Sutra begins at 9:30 p.m. (21+; no cover). Nü Androids celebrates local house music record label, Output Noise, at Flash with Outputmessage, Julius Jetson, Wave Age, and special guest Lisa Frank starting at 8 p.m. (21+; $5). The hot and sweaty Moombahton Massive party returns to U Street Music Hall with Fort Knox Five and other special guests starting at 10 p.m. (18+; $10).

THURSDAY 19

Dance to house, hip-hop, and funk music at Red Maple for Nature of the Beats (21+; no cover; global tapas from 5-11 p.m.). Spirit, a weekly rave, kicks off at The Get Down at 8 p.m. (21+). As part of its five-year anniversary celebration, U Street Music Hall hosts sublime techno producer, Jimmy Edgar, with support from Tittsworth and DJ Lisa Frank at 10:30 p.m. (18+; $10).

FRIDAY 20

DJs Graham and Fleg are behind the decks all night for 4 Hours of Funk at The Windup Space starting at 10 p.m. (21+; $5). Work it out at James Nasty's Physical Education party at the Ottobar starting at 9 p.m. ($5 cover for 18+, 21+ get in free; $2 PBR tall boys 9-11 p.m.). DJ Nick DiNicola plays the hits at The Get Down starting at 10 p.m. (21+; half-price drinks before 10:30 p.m.). Groove to house and techno music at Red Maple for Wave Theory with Dim Neon Sum and Devin Byrnes, with a live performance from Delacroix and special guest DJ N’Dinga Gaba (21+).

SATURDAY 21

DJ Rob Fearless of Save Your Soul, a dance party devoted to reviving rare 45s, hosts a spring fling inside Union Craft Brewery starting at 7 p.m. ($7 at the door only). Join DJ TrillNatured at CAPS/LOCK, a ’90s dance party, upstairs at the Ottobar starting at 9 p.m. ($5 admission benefits Baltimore-based charity, Moveable Feast). DJ Impulse shows off his turntable skills at The Get Down as he seamlessly mixes everything from Baltimore club to guilty pleasures at 10 p.m. (21+; half-price drinks until 10:30 p.m.). DJ King Tutt of Unruly Records spins at the S&S Lounge at 10 p.m. (21+). Baltimore’s own dubstep pioneer, Joe Nice, hits 9:30 Club Backbar with Encryption to celebrate all styles of music from the 80s starting at 11 p.m. (21+; $10; $5 if you bring at least three items of gently used clothing to donate to charity).

SUNDAY 22

Red Maple hosts its Professional Soul party (free before 9:30 p.m.).

MONDAY 23

Metal Monday at the Ottobar starts at 9 p.m. (21+; two-for-one-drinks 9-11 p.m.).

TUESDAY 24

Two-for-Tuesday night at the Ottobar upstairs and downstairs (after the early show) starts at 9 p.m. (21+, two-for-one-drinks all night) and Salsa Night at Red Maple (no cover; global tapas 5-10 p.m.; salsa lessons at 9 p.m.).

WEDNESDAY 25

Get down to old-school hip-hop and dancehall all night at The Point in Fells for Wu-Tang Wednesdays presented by Sounds of Baltimore DJs at 10 p.m. (21+; no cover; two-for-one rail drinks, bombs, fireball shots, and domestic beers). At Red Maple, DJ JFell's global dance groove party Sutra begins at 9:30 p.m. (21+; no cover). Nü Androids presents Carmada and the duo’s soulful bass music with local support from Basscamp and Ryan Banks at Flash starting at 8 p.m. (21+; $10-$15).

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