Dance to the Radio

Palm Beach DJs dose the mainstream with a weekly air-drop of cutting-edge techno

So, why not haul the show south to Miami, where it's all about house and trance, and bring back the electro booty-bass that dominated the city's nighttime repertoire in the '80s?

H-Bomb: "We've lived in Palm Beach Gardens our whole lives. We helped build Clematis Street -- I have no reservations in saying that I helped build Clematis Street. Dave and I had a club called the Loft way back in the day, all the way back to Respectables. That was the only place on the whole street, when it was a dirt road. Then Enigma opened up, and I worked at Enigma, and then I helped Enigma change to Krome, and then when Bliss opened up, we went to work for Bliss. So every single techno dance club on that street, we've been a part of."

DJs Scratch-D (left) and H-Bomb: "We're playing exactly what we want to play at all times."
DJs Scratch-D (left) and H-Bomb: "We're playing exactly what we want to play at all times."


Saturday nights from 11 p.m. until 3 a.m. Admission is $5-$10; call 561-833-1444. Dynamix II and Scratch-D vs. H-Bomb perform 9 p.m. Saturday, December 22, with DJs Spacemen, Icey, and Baby Anne at Orbit, 3637 S. Federal Hwy., Boynton Beach. Tickets cost $25; call 561-737-2199.
Bliss Lounge, 313 Clematis St., West Palm Beach

"We're not from Miami," he brashly concludes. "So it's kind of hard to be the scene-makers in Miami when we're scene-makers in West Palm."

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