Both hailing from the midwest US, DJ duo LOL Boys now make music while thousands of miles apart. With Jerome in LA and Markus in Montreal distance never slows down their fast paced, hard hitting productions. Catch them DJing at Lights Down Low’s 6th Anniversary on Friday night at Public Works.
One of the most hyped, hated and adored new artists of 2011, Bay Area-raised Kreayshawn has been on a non-stop path to success since May when she first performed live at SOM. She returns New Year’s Eve at The Regency Ballroom for her biggest local concert to date.
As one of biggest moombahton supporters, DJ Sabo brings his world traveling lifestyle to the songs he produces, fueling the fire for one of the most innovative dance music movements in years. This Friday, December 2 catch him mixing the moombah with Braza‘s afro-latin flavors at SOM.
Best known as the drummer from 80s glam metal band Mötley Crüe, Tommy Lee currently spends his creative energy making dance music alongside partner DJ Aero. The two are currently touring the continent with Deadmau5 and are set to hit SF for a sold out show with him at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on October 29.
Fort Knox Five is one of the biggest movers and shakers in the modern funk music scene and member Jon H regularly excites dancefloors with his infectious beats and fun loving nature. He comes through the Bay Area this Friday to rock the Bikes & Beats benefit party at Public Works along with J Boogie and many others.
A young newcomer to the Electro scene, DallasK is making huge moves to the top of the charts with his popular mainstream-style productions while also DJing dancefloors across the country. He hits the Bay Area for the first time at Noble on September 30 in what will surely be the start of something big.
Beatmaster Aaraabmuzik may be best known for his work with Cam’ron and The Diplomats throughout the 2000s, but after his recent album Electronic Dream, he’s redefined and owning the world of electro-meets-hip hop. We talked to the producer on the eve of his cross country tour, which stops in the Bay Area this Friday.