The latter distinction turned out to be key, as the bar was well stocked with patrons male and female, all tipping back a few. And once the show got started, it turned out that drunk white girls from Dundalk are a great audience for underground hip-hop. They might not know the MCs' songs, and they may not buy a record after the performance, but dammit they're gonna dance and make noise like true believers anyway. Hip-hop spots within city limits like 5 Seasons might want to think about busing in some Dundalk girls to get the party started on slow nights. Unfortunately, DJ Illah spun a sometimes tepid selection of mainstream hits that were generally at least two years stale. Let's face it, if you're at a hip-hop show and the DJ is playing some old-ass Jennifer Lopez song that wasn't even that popular at the time, something is wrong.