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10 p.m. Wednesday, December 28. Flamingo Bowl, 1117 Washington Avenue.

Stan Chisholm has a revolution bubbling between the ears. Throughout the past year, this supreme beat weaver has been pummeling through the St. Louis dance scene, taking over the city one club at a time. Better known in the music realm as 18andCounting, Chisholm takes inspiration from both street-culture-inspired art and music. Mixing a bevy of bounce-inspired electronic and screwed soul classics, Chisholm makes no bones about bringing something new to the table. In a vigilant effort to turn elect electro-heads onto the kush of the beat scene, Chisholm has launched his new weekly, Crushery. Can you dig it?

Know Your DJ: No top 40 hits here, so save your requests, sit back and learn a thing or two.

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