Brooklyn-based DJ Jubilee is a favorite in the San Francisco and travels to DJ here every couple of months, heating up dance floors with her diverse style and hot bass lines. We spoke to Jubilee about her beginnings in electronic music, starting a record label, and love for radio.
Four years of boisterous Afrolicious events including musicians, DJs, and dancing will be celebrated this week at Elbo Room with back-to-back parties Thursday and Friday. We spoke to resident DJs Pleasuremaker and Senor Oz about their love for San Francisco, and more.
After more than a year in Brazil recording new music and decompressing from an exhausting tour schedule, CSS is back in United States for a tour that kicks off in San Francisco this Friday before the band heads to Coachella. We spoke with lead vocalist Lovefoxxx during a phone interview from Brazil.
While most of us would spend car accident settlements on something ostentatious, Sweater Funk Diva DJ Mamabear bought her first Technics 1200s in 2007 with hers. Setting them up in her parent’s garage, she spent hours learning the various controls and knobs so she could step out into the DJ world with confidence.
It’s the 5th year of one of SF’s favorite party Lights Down Low, so it’s only fitting that its organizers book some of the biggest electronic feel-good acts guaranteed to make you dance, drink, and do things you might not remember the next morning. In this April edition, which arrives Friday at SOM., look out for favorites Jokers on the Scene, currently on A-Trak’s Fool’s Gold label.
Scott Hansen produces electronic music and graphic design in San Francisco as Tycho and ISO50, respectively. His organic and atmospheric compositions provide a colorful, warm, and emotional interpretation of electronic music sure to appeal to a wide audience. See him live Thursday at The Independent.
While bounce music may be vaguely heard outside of New Orleans, Big Freedia is about to change that while taking the world by storm with her vibrant energy and personable charm. She’ll be hitting San Francisco this Thursday with a live performance at Public Works that is certain to turn the dance floor upside down.
The latest in MTV-fueled, baby-faced pop rock is about to hit the West Coast. Moms, hold onto your daughters, A Rocket to the Moon is coming to San Francisco on April 6th alongside Valencia, Anarbor and Runner Runner. Lead singer Nick Santino took a moment to answer some questions in the midst of the busy show schedule.
Although rave culture today differs vastly than it did a dozen years ago, there’s still hasn’t been a better electronic act to define the scene than The Crystal Method. The group’s debut album Vegas changed the music scene with its medley of hip-hop and funk over rock n’ roll beats in 1997, and its musical impact still resonates in many genres today.