This Friday, June 27, As You Like It presents a Sandwell District showcase with a special screening of Amelie Ravalec’s new documentary, Paris/Berlin: 20 Years of Underground Techno, at Public Works.
Damian Lazarus’s Crosstown Rebels imprint carries out sounds in deep house that San Franciscans have become very fond of in recent years.
This month, label head of LA-based Friends of Friends, Leeor Brown, and friend, David Fisher, launch their Young Adults imprint. Since 2009, Friends of Friends has been a key player in supporting the beat and bass centric music scenes that are popular in California
This Saturday, June 2, No Way Back presents a special set of live performances at Monarch with locals C.L.A.W.S., Caltrop, It’s Own Infinite Flower, and headlined by the secretive techno group, Dopplereffekt.
At the end of April, former San Francisco residents, Lando Kal and Low Limit, have put out their second full length as Lazer Sword on Modeselektor’s Monkeytown imprint.
Tomas Barfod, one half of Kompakt’s up-and-coming electropop duo WhoMadeWho, has his debut LP, Salton Sea, lined up for release Monday, May 21. While most of Barfod’s solo work has been put out on the popular Berlin-based dance music label, Get Physical
Saturday, May 12, Fedora celebrates their birthday in the Public Works Oddjob Loft. Comprised of Michael Perry and Matt Wilder, the duo have been bringing SF some of its favorite flavors in tech house since they moved here from the Midwest some years ago.