Dustin and Dylan of Bay Area electronic production duo K Theory have been making hits as well as touring the states steady throughout 2012 with their hard yet melodic tunes. They play their first large music festival this weekend at Wintersalt and we spoke to Dylan as they geared up for the performance.
As one of the hottest dance parties in SF, Lights Down Low brings a continuous stream of talented DJs to the Bay Area. Earlier this year, DJ Joaquin Bartra joined up with LDL residents Corey Sleazemore and Richie Panic and the three will be spinning this Friday, December 7 at Monarch with Minneapolis indie pop guru Gigamesh.
“I never intended for this to even get to where it’s at now,” says Luis Vasquez, discussing his band The Soft Moon, a post-punk outfit of which he is essentially the nucleus, playing the role of frontman, sole songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and visionary.
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.
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.
This Friday, October 19, Realtime returns to 222 Hyde with a stacked line up headlined by Reagenz, a collaborative project between German-based producer Move D and Jonah Sharp. For those unfamiliar, Realtime is 222’s all live monthly, featuring an improv set from residents Jonah Sharp and Emilio Orlandi, aka EO, as Polk & Hyde.
MC Brother Culture began his journey in the roots scene in 1982 with his project with Jah Revelation Muzik Sound System, and was an MC with London’s influential Dub Club in the ’90s. A influential figure in the worldwide dub scene, his rhythms and rhymes are centered around equal rights and justice for all.
Polish production duo Catz N Dogz found their way onto the charts of SF DJs when they first came out onto the scene after remixing Claude Von Stroke’s “Who’s Afraid of Detroit?” in 2006. In fact, they were with the Dirtybird head honcho
Canadian indie pop twins Tegan & Sara have been releasing music and touring for the past 13 years and constantly experiment with their unique style. Their new single “Closer” was released this week and the sisters play the Harmony by the Bay Festival in Mountain View on September 29.