Two-piece UK electronic duo Mount Kimbie are currently touring the U.S. to promote their recently released minimal and progressive album Cold Spring Fault Less Youth, a uniquely ambient follow-up to their highly-acclaimed 2010 debut album Crooks and Lovers.
Wether you’re going out of town or staying local with a few friends this weekend our 3-day weekend mix will help you kick off the festivities. We’ve packed it with over 3 hours of new and essential tracks for dancing or chilling – it’s your call – it’s your weekend.
After 21 years in the Bay Area DJing game, Audio1 continues to grow in popularity booking tours throughout the country and as a local ambassador for the popular electronic genre moombahton. He opens the SF stop of the Moombahton Madness tour at Ruby Skye on Wednesday, May 16.
As two of the first dubstep producers, Skream and Benga helped define the genre in London over 10 years ago. Currently producing and touring together after success with supergroup Magnetic Man, they perform at the Regency Ballroom Monday, March 19 on the first stop of their American tour.
Friday night, Resident Advisor presented Blurring the Lines, a showcase devoted to merging techno and dubstep, at Neumos. With the recent trend in DJs/producers experimenting in these gray areas of electronic dance music
The weekend before San Francisco explodes with music during Outside Lands, we gear up in style with a mix of talented DJs around the city. From worldwide dancefloor smasher Diplo to the Foundations’ hip hop infused Summer Sound Session to moombahton vibes on Sunday night, your weekend will be filled with hot club events.
Bay Area DJ Bass Cadet received his first taste of electronic music when someone handed him a CD titled “Freak Beats for Beat Freaks” by Lorin (now better known as Bassnectar). This CD changed his musical outlook, which had then consisted of only playing lead guitar in bands, and sent him running to the nearest store for turntables, a mixer and headphones.
Oakland-based house artist and music producer Jaswho? recently released a harder, bass-heavy version of last year’s Nudroid Music album as Re:Droid Music. This Saturday Jaswho? performs live alongside remixers and Chicago house legends Santiago & Bushido at Temple Nightclub.