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The Sam Burns Boat Party – After Party [late event]


Show 10:30pm
Doors 10:30pm


$5adv / $10day of


We will be closing our boat season at DC9 Nightclub which is hosting our official after party. We will have 4 DJs spinning between the hours from 11pm and 3am. Pre-Sale for this event will be $5 via Eventbrite, and $10 at the door. Catch Brian Cox, Sam Burns, James HouseHead Borris and Tony Smooth at DC9s amazing Main Floor Sound System! We will be celebrating Househead's bday! Tell a friend, Tell a friend!

Sam Burns


Sam Burns is a nightclub fixture in Washington DC for 36 years.
November 20th 1978 The journey began.... nightclubs, records stores, record pools and radio that gave Sam the on the job training experience that forced him to be on point with the tasks at hand. (You had to deliver 9 out of 10 times to be called "The Man") a nickname that Sam resisted for YEARS!!! Until a life changing experience, Sam accepted the "dj name.". Had been a resident DJ in these Nightclubs:The Chapter II, The L.A. Café, Tiffanies, The Sunset Palace, The Saba,The Roxy,The Clubhouse, Tracks, Chicagos, The Ritz, The Opera/ The Dakota, The Zoo, The Insect Club, The Edge, Nations, State of The Union, The Zei Club, The Chamber of Sound, Red, Club Five, DragonFly, Eighteenth Street Lounge, U Street Music Hall, Tropicalia and countless of other clubs and parties throughout the DMV area.

Sam also worked at retail record stores in DC.. Such as Record & Tapes LTD, 12" Dance Records and The DJ Hut. Flirted with radio NYE mixshows on WKYS 1989 - 91. WPGC with Sir Charles Dixon. Did a 3 year mixshow on XM Radio on Channel 80 The Move 2004 - 2007. Focusing on producing music, filmmaking and developing platforms for artists, dancers, writers, photographers and anyone with vision. MAKE IT HAPPEN!!!!

I believe in the greater good. Pay It Forward....

Brian Coxx


DJ Brian Coxx is always FRESH. Fusing rock, funk, soul and house to motivate party people from all walks of life. Coxx's diverse musical background is what set's him apart from the new jack DJs that have flooded the New York market as of late.

DJ Brian Coxx is always FRESH. Fusing rock, funk, soul and deep house to motivate the party people from all walks of life. Coxx's diverse musical background is what sets him apart from the new jack DJs that have flooded the New York market as of late.

Growing up on B-boy culture recording the late night mix shows from DJ's such as Red Alert, Chuck Chill Out and Tony Humphries, Coxx has always been immersed in music. Starting out as a dancer, hangin out at clubs like Sound Factory Bar and Vinyl, Coxx was intrigued by the sounds of DJs such as Louie Vega and Timmy Regisford and the way the energy of a dope mix could move the crowd. It was just a matter of time before he started spinning records from his own extensive collection at various New York City clubs.

Currently his mix leans towards The Deep Underground House sound, but his many different influences show up throughout, keeping it authentic to his roots. Coxx has been known to drop the needle on anything from the psychedelic rock of Jimi Hendrix to the dubbed out sounds of Lee Perry, while always working people's minds as well as their bodies.

Wed. night at Sin Sin is where you can see and hear DJ BRIAN COXX stay true to his roots and keep the B-boys, B- girls and party people movin, groovin and anticipating what will be played next. Remember how it used to be?. IT STILL IS.

Tony Smooth


Tony Smooth began his DJ career in 1999. Growing up in Baltimore (USA), Tony got the first taste of Electronic Dance Music by listening to Hard House DJ's like Bad Boy Bill and Richard Vision. In 1998 he visited an after hours nightclub that played strictly Acid House and Tribal House. From that point on he was hooked and discovered his passion for music.

Tony has been a part of the Worldwide Electronic Music Dance scene for over a decade, having played at events in cities like Washington DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Cleveland, Chicago, Boston, Miami, Richmond, San Francisco and Los Angeles, while also traveling abroad with shows in Israel, Mexico and Puerto Rico. Tony has also been invited to share his unique sound at festivals like The Manifestival (Southern California) and the Winter Music Conference where he has performed since 2007. Over the last 4 years Tony has been involved with many dance music radio shows like KXLU 88.9FM Los Angeles, Bloradio, Radio 7 (Sweden) and others. His weekly show The Different Shades of Smooth was broadcasted on the now defunct Bloradio for over a year.
In late 2007 Tony got the music production itch and has been remixing, producing, and editing ever since. He is currently signed to TribeTronix Records and On Work Recordings. After many years of unreleased edits, bootlegs and remixes, his first original production with partner Patrick Khach was released in 2012 on all major online music store websites.

Tony has shared the stage with international heavy hitters like Saeed Younan, Judge Jules, Adam Beyer, Sander Kleinenberg, Max Graham, John Digweed, Sasha, Christopher Lawrence, Yahel, Bobina, Danny Howells, Charles Feelgood, Scumfrog, Offer Nissim, Matt Darey, Matthew Dekay, Victor Calderone, Sultan and Ned Shepard, DJ Feel, Mord Fustang and others. He has played and continues to do so in some of the biggest venues in the States and internationally, including Playhouse (L.A), Avalon (L.A), Fur (D.C), Lima (D.C), Mosaic (Baltimore), Vanguard (L.A), The Cellar (San Francisco), Boiler Room (Boston), Soundbar (Chicago), Smilanski (Israel), Star 55 (New York), OPM (New York), Roxy (Philadelphia), Club Brava (Puerto Rico), Ultra Lounge (Mexico) and many more venues around the world.

While being known for his Tech House/Tribal sound, Tony has made a transition into Deep House and Indie Dance which has made him appeal to a larger audience. His sound has continuously evolved during his career, but it has always stayed true to his House music roots. The future looks bright for Tony Smooth: he continues to rock the dance floors the world over and his name will be synonymous with house music for years to come.

DJ HouseHead (Birthday Boy)


HouseHead, James Borris is a native Washingtonian. He started playing Hip-Hop / R&B, and was not a fan House Music. It wasn't until he moved to New Jersey to attend college when he got addicted to House Music. He began mixing House and learning from some of Jersey's best; his favorite being Tony Humphries.

DJ HouseHead likes to spin House in a way featuring great sond selection and blending that takes you a musical journey that frees you from the pressures of the would and uplifts you through dance.. He spins Deep House, Vocal House, Soulful House, Afro House.

After leaving Upsala, HouseHead made his club debut at the Mirage nightclub formerly known as the Chapter III, Washington DC. Where he opened for "DJ Celo".