I love anything that Lou Teti whips up, especially his mixes! This one won’t disappoint! EP is available through La Belle Records. Enjoy!
Download this fiesty dance mix HERE with tunes from:
1. Al Testone = Sweet Exorcist Mix
2. Alex Smoke = Don’t See The Point
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3. Helter Skelter = Meat Beat Manifesto
4. Ish = Don’t Stop (Sergio & Ion The Prize)
5. Anthony Mansfield = Oh Snap!
6. Art Department = Touch You Gentle
7. Volta Cab = Clarissa
8. Hercules & Love Affair = Classique #2
9. Hott 22 = Before I Let You In
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10. Arthur Russell = Arm Around You
11. Stevie Nicks = Smile At You (Youth’s Going Home Dub)
12. MyKill = In These Arms
13. Lindstrom & Christabelle = Baby Can’t Stop
14. Harkin & Raney = Workin’ & Steamin
15. Lucky Paul = Thought We Were Alone (Gadi Mizrahi & Eli Gold Remix)
16. Coco Steel = Feel It!
17. Whispers = Tonight
18. Style of Eye = Dry (Zombie Disco)
19. Serious Intention = You Don’t Know
20. Connie = Experience
Public Works and Face Presents:
Lee Foss (Hot Natured, Wolf + Lamb)
Tim Sweeney (Beats in Space, NYC)
Le Loup (Wolf + Lamb, Paris)
+ Eug (Public Release),
+ Jason Kendig (Honey Sound System)
+ Briski (Re:Body)
Visuals by Allofitnow!
A night of bumpin house, funk, techno, disco and tech-house!
Discount Presales are up!
Few DJs have made such a dramatic impact on the underground house and techno scene over the last two years as Hot Creations label owner Lee Foss. Described by DJ Mag as “one of the most talented new forces in modern dance music today” and by fellow future house innovators Art Department as their favourite producer, Lee has quickly catapulted himself into dance music’s collective consciousness.
Tim Sweeney and Beats in Space. The story of the man is synonymous with that of the radio show. Over the course of a decade, Sweeney has built Beats in Space into an iconic brand. In return, BIS has launched Sweeney’s career as one of New York’s most sought-after DJs.
Le Loup created his first tracks aged 19. Two years later, he releases his first EP on New York label Wolf + Lamb, which features a notable collaboration with talented producer Nicolas Jaar.
Solid Bump · The Projects · Wants vs. Needs · GoldSweat · IAM DJs present:
PLEASURE & PRESSURE …”A Disco Dance Fundraising event for the Red Cross Relief Efforts in Japan”
White Girl Lust * MyKill * So Gold *special guest! White Mike
Inspired by the Parris Tone Music Compilation
“Parris Tone Music released this fantastic digital LP called “Reach’n Out” that benefits to the relief efforts that has been going on with Japan over the past few months. This 16 track album features tons of well known producers from all over the world that range in musical genres of; French House, Chicago House, Disco and Techno. Also appearing along some of these producers is a collaborative tune of mine that I did with France based producer, The Phantom’s Revenge, titled “Toasted”!
All proceeds go to the Red Cross of Japan to their Relief Fund and its only a minimum $5 to download the whole album! I couldn’t be more thankful enough to be involved with a project and to know that its going to be benefiting a country thats in need in truly a blessing.
Donating & Downloading the Parris Tone Music Comp is also your ‘pre-sale’ ticket. http://parristonemusic.bandcamp.com/ Bring a copy of your receipt / donation to the door ($5 minimum) and you’re in! Otherwise: $5 before 11pm, $10 after
Noble SF 600 Polk Street @ Turk San Francisco CA 21+ 10pm – 2am »◊ all proceeds go towards the relief efforts in Japan!
Download this podcast here with tunes from:
1. Kelley Polar – In Time
2. Maya Jane Coles – Hummingbird (Original Dub)
3. Todd Terje – Eurodans
4. Nick Chacona – The Fear (Beg to Differ Remix featuring Kathy Diamond)
5. White Lies – Bigger Than Us (Datashat Remix)
6. Bottin – Disco For The Devil
7. Electra – Feels Good (Carrots & Beets)
8. No Regular Play – Owe Me
9. Alain Ho – I Remember The Future
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10. In Flagranti – Hollow Discourse
11. Deniz Kurtel – Whisper (Original Mix)
12. Still Going – Spaghetti Circus
13. Bot’Ox – Blue Steel
14. Lindstrom & Christabelle – Baby Can’t Stop
15. Kazino – Around My Dream
16. Stardust – Music Sounds Better With You (Ejeca 303 Mix)
17. Johnny Dynell – Jam Hot (Tensnake Remix)
18. 52nd Street – Tell Me How It Feels (Extended Mix)
Maceo Plex (aka Maetrik) is on a quest to fullfil his need to inject feeling and funk into the world, and he’s already proving to be quite productive. With deep and funky works of audible engineering for the label Crosstown Rebels in the form of a full length album titled “Life Index”, a night with Maceo Plex will be one of galactic proportions.
Delicacy is not necessarily an adjective you’d attach to Robag Wruhme if you saw him behind the decks. Either solo or in tandem with Sören Bodner as the now defunct Wighnomy Brothers, Wruhme has gained a reputation for his boisterous, hard-partying DJ sets. But scratch the surface of his recorded music, and in particular his recently released Thora Vukk LP for Pampa, and a whole microcosm of elegance and grace is there to enjoy. Wruhme was the production brains behind the Wighnomy Brothers, who from their hometown base of Jena in the east of Germany put out a string of leftfield house and techno releases through Freude Am Tanzen until their split at the end of 2009. During that time they also proffered a seminal mix CD in the form of Metawuffmischfelge, a feat Schablitzki followed up on earlier this year with his excellent Wuppdeckmischmampflow for Kompakt.
Adnan Sharif- SF DJ and Producer of the Forward parties needs little introduction locally. He is a favorite deep and tech house DJ and promoter and knows how to hold down the dancefloor. His DJ career started in 1995 and his first Gig was at the Legendary “The Gathering” in the San Francisco Bay Area. His musical styles include all genres of House music ranging from Deep to tech to Minimal. Label Affiliations: Area Sur Records – PR2 Recordings – Temple Music Group – Tarantic Records – Jah Love Recordings – Survival Sounds – Care Recordings.
White Label @ Showdown
Friday April 29th 2011
with special guest
and the White Label residents:
The Worker (Fiction)
Travis Dalton (Studious 54)
Michael Perry (Afterglow, Fedora)
** Drink specials: $3 draught and well, $1 off all bottled beers
White Label is the weekly house, techno and electronic music happy hour featuring new, unreleased and rare beats in the cozy and friendly setting of the Showdown.
Housepitality brings you some new school local deep disco house flavor for this second week of April 2011 at the Icon Ultra Lounge. The night will be hosted by the one and only Mr. Travis Dalton, a friend to all and full time record pusher who has also been coming up lately through his Studious 54 @ 222 events. In the back for the ladies we have Stacy P’s extraordinary “Get Feathered” extravaganza which is the new rage in SF hairstyles. Mr. Matt Richardson’s deep techy groove will be warming up the floor for the main event: a 2×2 Disco-Tek Experience with special guests Fedora and Re:body.
These two up and coming crews greet one another in this epic meeting of San Francisco’s newest dj talent. Fedora and Re:body have both made their mark in San Francisco over the past couple of years through some memorable events they produced on their own. However, it isn’t necessarily the great bookings that they compiled but the music they pursue and play which has influenced the transition out of the harder techno sound into the more mellow realms of deep house and slick disco tech beats which seem to prevail dance floors lately.
You could throw around generous descriptors and any number of genre-locking terms; electronic pop, minimal house, acid techno. But you’d still fail to get to the center of MATTHEW DEAR. With releases under no fewer than three aliases, including False (M_NUS), Jabberjaw (Perlon), and Audion (Spectral Sound), the Texas native has earned his international status over the course of a decade, getting his bearings on the DJ decks as a teenager to flooring sold-out crowds at venues like Fabric, and releasing universally praised original productions. Dear issued his pop-infused debut album Leave Luck to Heaven and its counterpart Backstroke, which caught mainstream attention, as well as myriad releases under his club-oriented pseudonyms (including the omnipresent, chart-topping Mouth to Mouth as Audion). Further accomplishments include many requests for his remix skills, and incessant touring with constantly evolving DJ sets and live performances. With the release of his sophomore full-length, Asa Breed, and his live band US/Euro tour as Matthew Dears Big Hands, its clear that Dear has no intention of slowing down anytime soon. His most recent release, Black City, has won high praises from Pitchfork, Resident Advisor, and many more. Get tickets here.