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.
Dave Aju is the alias of the SF-based producer Marc Barrite, whose name has been popping up lately with the release of his second full length, Heirlooms. Barrite’s last LP, Open Wide, is made entirely of vocal samples. Now, four years later, he pays tribute to his late father with an album sampling his jazz records and instruments.
This Wednesday, August 15th, one of S.F.’s best happy hours returns to Harlot. Qoöl will feature William Wardlaw, Mossmoss, and Spesh playing the best in techno, house, and minimal. We catch up with resident Spesh about where Qoöl has been and what to expect at upcoming happy hours.
DJ Tina T is known for her ‘less skin, more skill’ approach to DJing and dominating crowds across the world with no limit of genres. She travels from her home in Vegas to the Bay Area every last Saturday to play to packed crowds at The Parlor including next Saturday, June 30th.
Current Bay Area resident/DJ/promoter Ren the Vinyl Archaeologist’s name says it all. A hip-hop head and avid record collector, his events company True Skool showcases the best in emerging Bay Area hip-hop acts along with covering the latest in hip-hop news, parties, and even politics.
Dirtybird’s Christian Martin is hot off the stages at Coachella, Symbiosis and Detroit’s Movement Festival and unleashing his bass music alter-ego Leroy Peppers for Bangers & Mash at 222 Hyde this Thursday, June 7.
“I had three horns last night, which is always nice. Can’t always afford that. It sounded really big.” Nick Waterhouse is recalling the May 10th show at Eagle Rock Center for the Arts, commemorating the release of his debut album, Time’s All Gone. The 25-year-old Orange County native’s show was sold out.
DJ and producer Them Jeans came up in the LA electronic scene throwing parties with Dim Mak Records and now travels the world spinning genre bending sets at premier events. He DJs the Sahara Tent Vol. 3 party this Friday, May 18 at 1015 Folsom.