Saturday, March 23, As You Like It, Public Works, GAFFTA, and The Bunker team up to bring several artists from the sidelines of house and techno who’ve made names for themselves as veritable tastemakers.
The Chase returns to Public Works this Friday, March 1, with the tasteful selections of Washington D.C.’s Beautiful Swimmers and support from resident, Ash Williams, Conor, and visuals from Caitlin Denny.
It’s no secret, San Francisco loves to party. New Year’s Eve in SF is the destination for many international travelers and it’s easy to see why. There are over 100 events featuring a wide range of entertainment options including: world-renowned DJ’s, popular comedians, circus performances, the symphony, live music… and of course, you can’t have NYE without Fireworks!
Based out of New York, Percussion Lab, headed by Sepalcure’s Praveen Sharma, has grown as an online community, blog, and podcast series since 2002. Initially started as a college radio, Praveen and his friends’ have come up with yet another way to promote underground dance music with a compilation they released earlier this week.
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.
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.