It's the Magic Number

For those bred on the mid-'90s Florida rave scene, the name DJ Three is synonymous with late-night/early-morning euphoria. A long-time cohort of Tampa icons Rabbit in the Moon and a staple on that group's Hallucination Records, Florida-based Three (first name Christopher, last name withheld by request) paid his dues at Gainesville's legendary Simons Club and maintained a residency at now-defunct New York hot spot Twilo. Rocking beats that seamlessly veer between deep house and techno, Three has spun vinyl from South Africa to San Francisco, aligning himself with acclaimed crews like Bedrock and Wicked along the way. He also toils under the monikers Secondhand Satellites and Three AM for production and remix purposes, so you can expect all his avatars to show up for this marathon set, euphoria still intact.

DJ Three spins with residents Baby Sean and Roe-E at 10 p.m. Saturday, March 5, at Sonar, 2006 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. Tickets cost $12 before midnight, $15 after. 21 and over welcome. Visit

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