Adam Foster of Twilight Notes Wants Fort Lauderdale to: "Love Music the Way I Do"
With the DJ collective he founded, Twilight Notes, Foster began a monthly night at Brew called Dialect that centered on laid-back grooves, art appreciation, and serious mojo mingling. The demand for Dialect grew so much (this kid really does packs them like sardines), that the event moved to the Art Museum of Fort Lauderdale.
With Twilight Notes, Foster hopes to, pardon the pun, foster a DJ collective culture in the vein of Ropeadope in Philadelphia, Giant Step in New York, and Om in San Francisco. The idea is to create a group of local DJs all on one label with a central sound and vision. It's a concept that has never really taken off in South Florida's narcissistic disc jockey lifestyle, but Foster is ready to break the mold. Twilight Notes currently publishes an online music magazine too, and does a great deal of music consulting and live event production.
Foster is currently the entertainment director for all of the Restaurant People's locales.
Vibe and YOLO are more popular now than ever before. Vibe just kicked off a new Saturday night monthly called Forte, dedicated entirely to house music. In March, Vibe is bringing in DJ Scotty Boy from Las Vegas as part of Vibe Music Week -- a week of infectious dance parties which will coincide with WMC in Miami.
Twilight Notes' latest mix tape can he heard here.