Bust a Move

If you’re a true turntablist, working at a strip club isn’t exactly a dream gig. Truth be told, it’s probably more of a nightmare.

Sure, you get to drop tracks while constantly surrounded by mostly naked women and get paid for it. But the asshole manager seems to only want you to blast overplayed Top 40 hits or doucherock like Nickelback and Finger Eleven while the ladies are strutting their stuff, instead of allowing you to show off your vast scratching skills.

The duo of Tricky T and Felix Fresh are damn lucky, however, as the proprietors of Bottoms Up Gentlemen’s Club have hired them to spice up an otherwise dull Monday night with their record deck artistry during Tits & Turntables. Each week, the event blends boobs and beats as the duo is money on the mixers while Bottoms Up’s dancers shake their moneymakers and patrons enjoy $4 you-call-its until midnight.

Mon., June 25, 7 p.m., 2012
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Benjamin Leatherman is a staff writer at Phoenix New Times. He covers local nightlife, music, culture, geekery, and fringe pursuits.