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.
Friday, September 14, Crazy P Soundsystem comes to Monarch on a tour following the success of their album, When We On, released on UK-based house label, 20:20 Vision, and in the US on local disco and deep-house label, Smoke N Mirrors.
Blow Up is back at the Rickshaw Stop this Saturday bringing the nine-piece, disco infused Midnight Magic to the stage. Jeffrey Paradise, Tron Jeremy and a whole crew of professionals will also be there to help transform the night into one huge infectious groove.
The end of 2011 fast approaches, and there are so many party invites floating around that it can be difficult to make decisions. No Way Back offers a stellar line up to keep the momentum going Sunday Jan 1
Tiger & Woods stepped out onto the emerging disco/house scene a couple years ago with a goal in mind to share fresh and timeless cuts in the best possible way. Larry Tiger and David Woods like to keep their fans guessing as to who they are and where they come from.
Opening up for The Twelves this Friday at Mighty, local DJ White Mike shares exclusively with SF Station a mix that is the perfect disco prequel to what The Twelves will have in store for their performance. With artists ranging from Fever Ray to Rye Rye, this energetic mix is full of familiar favorites alongside some current dancefloor heat, the combination of which will have you longing for disco balls and tight pastel pants. See what he had to say about this mix below.
Tres Lingerie, consisting of duo Johan Churchill and Jordan Presnick, make music that’s guaranteed to send you back into the days of funky disco boogying. Currently residents of San Francisco’s renowned Go BANG! parties, they specialize in 80s disco sounds that can only be found from hours of crate digging.