Trackademicks and 1-O.A.K. – of the Bay Area’s Honor Roll Crew – have fused their respective producing and singing talents to form 2 Player Co-Op with their first EP Lovelorn set for release December 10. The first leak off of the cover album is a soothing, funky take on LCD Soundsystem’s “Someone Great.”
Thursday, November 29, Public Works presents a special performance from Chicago-based indie pop duo, Houses. Comprised of Dexter Tortoriello and Megan Messina, Houses are lovers beyond their musical partnership, and their affection toward each other can be heard in the gentleness of their 2010 album, All Night.
Over the past few years, No Way Back has been a dependable source for an amalgam leftfield disco, classic house, and old school techno parties in SF. This Friday, November 16, they celebrate their third anniversary at Mezzanine with a live performance from Juan Atkins and “Mad” Mike Banks as Model 500.
The weather’s colder, Thanksgiving is approaching, and it’s time to get into that holiday spirit, whether you like it or not. Helping you ease into that mood is a mixtape from the disco duo Poolside, consisting of Jeffrey Paradise and Filip Nikolic.
While World Series and Halloween celebrations wind down we move on to the next in party holidays with Day of the Dead festivities across the Bay Area. The next two nights bring big artists, electronic beats and Latin vibes to both 222 Hyde with DJ Funeral and Public Works with Turbo Sonido Futuristico, Baan vs Fuzzy Fotch and Matt Haze.
French electronic music duo Justice has won acclaim for its past two albums, both featuring vastly different styles. We chatted with half of the pair, Xavier de Rosnay, before their November 4 performance at The Warfield while he was on tour bus traveling around the East Coast.
This Friday, October 26, As You Like It returns to Beatbox after a small break since their collaborative after-hours session with Resident Advisor at Decibel Festival. Morgan Geist, Safeword, Conor and resident DJs Rich Korach vs Mossmoss are booked for the costume party.
A native of Brazil, DJ Lucas Med moved to San Francisco almost five years ago to pursue a career in music and hasn’t slowed since – consistently bringing his upbeat rhythmic house sets and productions to dancefloors across the Bay Area and as a resident DJ at Temple.
As summer arrives in San Francisco, the breezy daytime vibes last well into the night next Friday at 1015 Folsom with disco house and electro sets from top producers Fred Falke, Viceroy and a long list of supporting DJs.