Wether you’re going out of town or staying local with a few friends this weekend our 3-day weekend mix will help you kick off the festivities. We’ve packed it with over 3 hours of new and essential tracks for dancing or chilling – it’s your call – it’s your weekend.
San Francisco’s Dub Mission has been one of the most successful Sunday night parties here in the Bay Area.Taking place in the dimly-lit upstairs of Elbo Room, the party welcomes all types of people with an appreciation for all aspects of dub music, or those that are willing to learn more. Founder Sep is also recognized as one of the most respected female DJs here in the Bay Area by keeping the party going for sixteen years while raising awareness of the cultural and musical aspect of reggae, dancehall, and dub music.
Uniqlo talks music is the first of many exciting panels to come from The Uniqlo Pop-Up Experience. This week’s guests feature R&B vocalist Goapele, Stacy Horne from Noise Pop and Treasure Island Music Festival, Chris Smith of OM Records, and Aaron Axelsen of Live 105.
It’s almost the weekend, and for those of us that aren’t the go-hard on the weekend type, yet want to get their Soul Train fix in, the answer lies in S.F.’s Sweet Cheeks party. Although this party has been profiled on our site before, we take some time to talk to the founder of the party to get some insight about why this party is different than most, and why it’s worth checking out.
Check out a new mix encompassing all things ’60s funk, soul, and female from acclaimed DJ Skratch Bastid and fellow friend DJ The Gaff. Showcasing his collection of rare records and finds, this mix features the finest selections from the mid-’60s and and mid-’70s, including the greats like Aretha, Nina, and Betty Everett.