[REVIEW] KKS Pop Up Vol. 3

[REVIEW] KKS Pop Up Vol. 3

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_MG_7610Photo Credit: Brian Christensen

Wednesday night Kick Kick Snare returned to LivingSocial's 918 F Street for our third Pop Up show! And what an incredible night it was! Kick Kick Snare basically took over 918 F Street and made it into a giant dance party filled it with all of our closest friends.

_MG_7159 First up was Caleb L'Etoile, our very own boy wonder got the party going with his groovy vibes and the club premiere of his brand new remix for Mausi's hit "Body Language".

_MG_7248 Special surprise guests Carousel flew in from sunny Palm Springs and brought the sunshine with them. Their sunny blend of lush synths and delicate vocals kept us all warm and our feet moving. The best part had to be their massive close, no one cover, but three - DeadMau5, Drake, and the queen herself Robyn. If you are gonna cover Robyn, you had better bring it, and of course our boys made the Dancehall Queen proud!

_MG_7318 _MG_7341 Something magical happened next. Savoir Adore and French Horn Rebellion took the stage, together as one massive jam band #FrenchAdoreRebellion (trademarked). KKS Pop Up kicked off their co-headling US tour that will have them in travel from DC all over the US and ending up in Caaalifornia. The energy and excitement was infectious! Deidre was beaming, she really is all kinds of amazing, let's just get that out of the way. Robert and David were explosive bundles of energy that shot out through the French horn, which often made its way into the crowd. Even Paul got swept up on the rush of great vibes and jumped on the monitor and defied the rules to stand on the ledge over looking the Speakeasy bar. _MG_7489 All of this was just too much for 918 F Street to handle, half way through their new massive collaboration, "The Fire", the combined energy overloaded the circuit breaker and the lights went out and the music stopped. Not to worry though the french horn doesn't need power and the show kept going, until we could get things back up and running. Not the first time a KKS party has walked the line of breaking all the rules. _MG_7527 _MG_7440

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