Thursday, December 6, Wild at Heart at Monarch brings together a couple of SF’s local favorites, Lance DeSardi and Galen, along with special guest, DJ Three.
One of the great things about electronic dance music is its plethora of niche sub-genres; beyond that, there’s a slew of underground artists thriving in each of those. Tin Man, aka Johannes Auvinen, is one such artist who has been bubbling up behind the scenes for over ten years.
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.”
In a year full of quality hip-hop releases and big headlines, rapper Two Chainz arguably stands in front of the pack with his debut solo album hitting No. 1 on the Billboard charts and hit features with everyone from Big Krit to Kanye and Drake.
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.
Happy Thanksgiving, or more like happy four-days-off-from-work. While some of us enjoy gorging on food for 96 straight hours, it would seem more sensible to find some way to burn off some of those calories. Luckily for you, San Francisco is full of parties this weekend, so reunite with your friends and family, and spend a night out dancing merrily.
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.
“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.