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Kick Off the Weekend with RJD2 at Brooklyn Steel on Friday Night

August 9th, 2017

Producer-DJ Ramble Jon Krohn has been combining disparate sounds into his own unique, soulful take on underground hip-hop as RJD2 for more than two decades. And in addition to his work with others, RJD2 (above, the video for “The Sheboygan Left”) also does his own thing as a singer-songwriter and engaging performer. Recorded in Philadelphia, his eclectic sixth studio album, Dame Fortune (stream it below), which includes guests like Son Little, came out last year. “Jumbling Krautrock, ’70s electronica and Philly soul at its brightest, Dame Fortune is producer RJD2’s grandest solo record since his 2002 debut,” raved AllMusic. “Dame Fortune is a culmination album with an artist’s evolution pushing things forward with all his strengths in tow.” Check out those strengths live when he returns to New York City on Friday night at Brooklyn Steel.

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RJD2 – Brooklyn Bowl – January 13, 2015

January 14th, 2015

RJD2 - Brooklyn Bowl - January 13, 2015

Photos courtesy of Lina Shteyn | www.linashteyn.com

(RJD2 plays Brooklyn Bowl again tonight.)

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The Glitch Mob/Phantogram/RJD2 – Terminal 5 – July 22, 2011

July 25th, 2011


Photos courtesy of Diana Wong | DianaWongPhoto.com

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Grow a Pair: Win Free Tickets to See RJD2 on 3/6

March 2nd, 2010

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RJD2—hot on the heels of recently releasing his fourth LP, The Colossus—hits Music Hall of Williamsburg on Saturday. No, there aren’t any tickets left. But, yes, you’ve still got a chance to go because The House List is giving away two of them. Want to Grow a Pair? (You know you do.) Just fill out the form below, listing your name, e-mail address, which show you’re trying to win tickets to (RJD2, 3/6) and now that the Olympics have finished, a brief message explaining who your favorite Olympian was and why. Eddie Bruiser, a Steven Holcomb fan, will notify the winner on Friday.

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