Kim Ann Foxman’s Castle set leads Tampa Bay’s club calendar

Russ Liquid is in Dunedin, too.

click to enlarge Kim Ann Foxman’s Castle set leads Tampa Bay’s club calendar
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There are plenty of dance music options this weekend (the Pixelsaur-headlined Funner Fest in Safety Harbor; Brooklyn’s Will Buck, who just played a Boiler Room set at Miami’s III Points), but Kim Ann Foxman is this week’s tried and true dance music calendar must-see.

The Firehouse head honcho and former Miss Teen Filipina Hawaii has lived in the club since high school, and her neo-disco roots can power both mega-raves and intimate basement affairs like this Friday night show happening in the dungeon of Ybor City stronghold The Castle. More information on this one available via

On Sunday, funk and free-form electronic dance music come together when Russ Liquid hits the stage. The producer brings his latest EP (Eclectric, released on dance fan favorite Wakaan) to Dunedin Brewery for a free-to-attend show that’ll be adorned with organic and synthesized instrumentation. Atlanta’s Bells & Robes open the show, and more information is available via

See more club shows below.


May 9, DJ 45 Revolver (Dunedin Brewery, Dunedin)

May 10, Will Buck w/Karlton/Slick Vizion/AC Darko/Krampus/Big Hogie (The Bends, St. Petersburg)

May 10, Funner Fest w/Pixelsaur/Ronnie Lopez/Business Causal/Isodope/Dharmadrum/Conscious Sound System,/ÄTLAS x Flaco (Safety Harbor Art and Music Center, Safety Harbor)

May 10, #Pound Friday w/Luzcid (The Ritz, Ybor City)

May 10, Marc Rebillet (Orpheum, Ybor City)

May 11, Valentino Khan (The Ritz, Ybor City)

May 12, How the Moms Brunch w/DJ Scumdawg (The Bricks, Ybor City)

May 12, Morten (Shephard's Beach Resort, Clearwater Beach)

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