Following our WunderDisco blowout, District Inferno is once again partnering with Deep Tech DC to bring you an intimate evening of drinks, disco and dance.
Join us in the later hours of March 9, 2019 as we welcome Glitterbox regular and Ghetto Disco label boss, Natasha Kitty Katt, for her Washington, DC debut! With support from Modern Disco’s S. Travolta and District Inferno resident Just Chad, this night is going to be full-fledged disco affair! So break out your platforms, bell bottoms and sequins, and dance the night away at District Inferno.
Tickets are available via Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/DistrictInfernoNKK
*Don’t sleep on these tickets! This is a smaller, intimate venue and limited tickets will be available.
Disco attire (bell bottoms, platform shoes, sequins, etc.) highly encouraged! [DM us if you need recommendations for DC and Baltimore vintage stores!]
Loves Me Not
2436 18th Street NW [ Back Alley Entrance ]
Come in through the BACK ALLEY of 2436 18th St NW. Enter the alley right next to the Sun Trust bank at the corner of 18th St NW and Columbia Rd. Walk down the alley and look for the disco ball shining at the top of the stairs. This will be the only entrance and exit to the venue. [MAP TO BE PROVIDED]
***This event is strictly 21+.
***District Inferno has a zero tolerance policy for racism, homophobia, transphobia, sexual harassment, misogyny, sexism, chauvinism, etc. If you see someone acting inappropriately, please inform the nearest bartender or security personnel.***
Natasha Kitty Katt [Glitterbox | UK]
Natasha has been lighting up dance floors across the globe with her energetic and eclectic brand of underground disco. With recent releases on Tribe, Ghetto Disco, Masterworks Music, Hot Digits, Midnight Riot & No Fuss Records, Natasha has solidly entrenched herself in the top tier of modern disco producers.
Born and raised in Edinburgh into a soul music obsessed family, Natasha was introduced to rare Soul, Funk, Boogie and Rare Disco from a young age. Some of her earliest musical influences would probably be classed as Northern or Modern Soul.
Natasha is a regular at:
• Southport Weekender / Festival, UK
• Suncebeat Festival, Croatia
• Glitterbox / Ministry of Sound
• Liverpool Disco Festival, UK
• Ocean Beach, Ibiza
Since October 2012, Natasha has been busy spinning her eclectic blend of soul and disco centric music at clubs and festivals including: Southport Weekender 52, Southport Weekender Outdoor Festival, Suncebeat (6-8) / (Croatia), Defected / Ministry of Sound (London) Liverpool Disco Festival (1-3), Sunstroke 360 (Dubai), Soul Heaven Ocean Beach (Ibiza), Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), Do You Wanna Boogie? (Miami WMC/Philadelphia), Bolsoul (Croatia), Soulful House Collective and Winter Music Festival – (Germany), T in the Park, EH1 Festival, Ladies on Rotation (Scotland), South London Soul Train, Move, Oval Space and Ace Hotel (London), Boogie Café – Love Inn (Bristol), Louie Vega Flashback Party – Constellations – (Liverpool), Sub-Club, Fabric and La Cheetah (Glasgow), The Hoochie Coochie Club (Newcastle), Milk (Reading), Bla (Oslo, Norway), Sneaky Pete’s, Cabaret Voltaire, 99 Hanover Street, Sky Bar (Edinburgh).
Natasha has also had the privilege of spinning alongside the likes of Louie Vega (Masters At Work), Joey Negro, Danny Krivit, Rahaan, Osunlade, Sadar Bahar, Terry Hunter, Mike Dunn, Rich Medina, Groove Assassin, Sean McCabe, Fingerman, Ronnie Herel, Mad Mats, Opolopo, DJ Spen, Victor Rosado, Paul Trouble Anderson, Victor Simonelli, Al Kent and Reverend P.
Natasha is the co-host of the popular The Ghetto Disco Show’ fortnightly podcast. which has developed a reputation for high quality interviews with artists such as Linda Clifford, Margie Joseph, Leroy Burgess, James Mason, Lenny Williams and Melba Moore as well as showcasing rare disco, boogie and modern soul alongside the occasional classic and the higher quality end of the disco edit genre. She also hosts her own monthly show, Kattz Cutz on Mi-Soul Connoisseurs.
Following on from the radio show’s success, Natasha and her father, Dennis launched their own Ghetto Disco Records imprint in February (2017).