Climbing up several flights of unsound warehouse stairs in Minneapolis, the genre-splicing, oversexed Boy George of U.K. drum 'n' bass, DJ John B., allows himself to get dragged by over a dozen excited ravers to an after-party in progress. Still sweaty and sauced up after playing an unforgettable '80s electro/D'N'B mash-up in the basement of the Spring Street Bar and Grill last May, John crashes a 2:00 a.m. get-together filled with people fresh from the club--he's not yet ready to call it a night. A blur of blond afro and sweaty charcoal-black eyeliner, John turns around midway up the stairs to look at the large group of... More >>>