It’s time to teach you how to dance, real slow, at Slow Grind Fever. On the last Saturday of every month, DJs Richie1250, Pierre Baroni and Mohair Slim play their "slowest, spookiest, sweetest, swinginest" records all night long at The Tote. If you like the thought of slow dancing to moody music from the mid '40s to the mid '60s in a smoky, dimly lit room, this could be your kind of dance party.
Slow Grind Fever post their mix a week before the monthly event commences, and they’ve been collaborating with Stag-O-Lee Records in Germany to create a series of Slow Grind Fever LPs and CDs for those looking to recreate the moody atmosphere elsewhere.
Looking for an even spookier time? Slow Grind Fever will be hosting their own Halloween Special at the Gasometer this month. It’s $5 entry with costume, $10 without, so make sure you’ve dressed for the occasion.