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Sunset Campout 2017
Campout season is in full effect and that makes me one happy girl. What's better than frolicking in the sun or in the river while your favorite DJ gets downright dirty on the 1s and 2s? If you ask me, NOTHING. Sunset Soundsystem hosts their annual campout, taking over Belden Town with their bright outfits, banging beats and tasty treats. Not to mention the massive amount of art and clothing creations that your fellow artists and designers have created just for this. Check out our special Sunset - Hall of Fame Photo Gallery . Featuring everything from clothing, to art for your walls and everything in between, the Sunset Campout has something for everyone. And since this is three days of awesomeness, we will only highlight a few DJs from the lineup, as this one is intense, but I mean that in the best way possible. Remember, there are various stages, even one down by the river, so plan accordingly! There've been a few additions since the lineup was announced, including Rothmans going b2b with Stacy Christine. Junior, Daddy Differently and Evilweavil are making the trek up north to rock Sunset, while Paranoid London, Talaboman and Young Marco show you how it's down with their banging bass-heavy beats. Of course your Sunset Soundsystem residents will also be throwing down, but like I said, this is just a taste of those playing, for a full list, you have to get to Belden. Date: Fri-Sun July 21-23, Time: 7.21 noon to 7.23 7pm, Place: Belden Town Resort & Lodge 14785 Belden Town Rd, Belden, Cover: $195+, More Info (CQ)

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Nicolas Jaar
Nicolas Jaar might be one of the most critically acclaimed electronic music composers of the current era — an artist on tier with Philip Glass, Igor Stravinsky, and John Cage. Following his breakout hit album Space Is Only Noise in 2011 when he was only 21 (and oh, so cute), his wildly skillful compositions and accompanying collage-like live sets at festivals worldwide and on his widely revered BBC1 Essential Mix made him an electronic star of this decade. He continued his work alongside Dave Harrington with their duo Darkstar and finally returned to his own solo work with an album in 2016, Sirens. Jaar continues to work within the realms of noise, transcendentalism, bricolage of sounds from his history, including many nods to the local music and sounds of his native Chile. His work is always poetic, whether it is on his produced and recorded work or his live sets that he brings to festivals and now here to The Warfield. It is avant-garde, it is poetry, it is electronic, it is a complete embodiment of what it is to be music today. Date: Wednesday, July 19, Time: 9:30pm, Place: The Warfield, Cover: $34.50-45, More Info (ML)

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Flyer Of The Week
Our flyer of the week is for Sunday Phunday BBQ this Sun @ Natoma Cabana

 

Link Of The Week
Secrets: A short about how the bravest thing any of us ever does is reveal ourselves to another person--and how that's also our only hope to ever be known and loved. Dedicated to everyone who's endured trauma and chosen love despite it. Here



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Event: Housepitality w/ Monty Luke
Venue: F8
DJs: Monty Luke, Sepehr, Slope 114, Qzen
Music: house, techno, electro
Cover: no cover b4 10pm w/RSVP, $5 presale on RA, $10 otherwise
This installment of Housepitality is Black Catalogue Label night, featuring the latest and greatest in banging house and techno beats. First up is Monty Luke, a DJ who's not afraid to push the boundaries of the musical envelope. He began his career in Brooklyn, taking the city over by storm before making his way west and dropping those raw, floor-thumping beats we all know and love. Joining him on the 1s and 2s is Sepehr, a DJ, producer and remixer known for his blend of Detroit house, psychedelic techno and classic acid sound. Slope 114, comprised of Dmitri Ponce and Elise Gargalikis, drop his abstract grooves laced with her intricate melodies making a sound truly their own. Qzen rounds out the lineup, so get to the housepit this Wednesday. (CQ)


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Event: Diacritic & Housepitality w/ Esther Silex
Venue: F8
DJs: Esther Silex, Petko Nikolov, Chvck
Music: tech-house
Cover: $5 with complimentary champagne b4 10pm, $10 after
Diacritic Collective and Housepitality are teaming up for a special Thursday night knees up party with Esther Silex, a rising star from within the Studio Barnhus clan. This special guest will be an SF debut and a rare opportunity to catch a rising talent from the well respected Studio Barnhus crew. She is a deejay extraordinaire, Colognian woman-about-town and a new addition to the Studio Barnhus family. She has an unquestionable status as an impassioned powerhouse with enough West German swagger to create timeless music with equal parts simplicity and beauty.

Event: Saturn Rising x Darkest Dream EP Release Party
Venue: Starline Social Club
DJs: Saturn Rising (live), Spellling (live), DavOmakesbeats, 8ulentina, Foozool
Music: nu-r&b, beats
Cover: no cover w/ RSVP
Kelly Lovemonster and DavOmakesbeats have long been running a corner of SF nightlife with their ever-popular queer dance nights and days, Swagger Like Us. Now they're moving one step forward with their record label Molly House Records, which will bring the queer club experience from the dance floor to your headphones — and wherever you may be. Tonight is celebrating the Release of the Darkest Dream EP by Saturn Rising, a key member of the Swagger crew and a master of style across art forms such as dance, fashion, acting, and singing. Support this uniquely local collection of individuals whose unwavering dedications to the community make living in the Bay Area the special place that it is. (ML)


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Event: Dom Dolla
Venue: Halcyon
DJs: Dom Dolla
Music: tech-house
Cover: $5-20
Dom Dolla is a commodity appreciating in value. His name has become synonymous with soulful hooks, jackin' drums and big basslines and at the tender age of twenty four, he continues to establish himself as a future world beater. His remix of Go Freek's seminal record 'We Can Ride' banked over three and a half million streams and caught the ear of heavyweights Diplo, Tchami, Anna Lunoe, AC Slater, Oliver Helens, Bixel Boys, Mark Farina & many others. Last year, Dom was invited to mix Ministry of Sound's Platinum selling 'Annual' Compilation, an invitation he took to task, putting together an eclectic mix that pushed the rigid boundaries of modern dance compilations.

Event: Don't Try This At Home w/ Monkey Safari
Venue: The Great Northern
DJs: Monkey Safari, Porkchop, Benjamin K
Music: deep house, tech house, minimal
Cover: $15-20
German brothers Monkey Safari are the prototypical German house festival boys whose summer deep house send has set a standard for festivals like Fusion in Germany, Lightning in a Bottle, Robot Heart's Further Future, and Desert Hearts here in California, as well as Booom Ibiza (to name a few). Luckily they're taking time this summer to play at some clubs including tonight at The Great Northern alongside their Desert Hearts friends Porkchop and Benjamin K. It'll be a lot of sunny festival vibes inside the Potrero club for those who weren't able to make it out of town this weekend. (ML)

Event: Motor City Drum Ensemble
Venue: 1015 Folsom
DJs: Motor City Drum Ensemble, Dam-Funk, Sassmouth, Mike Gushansky, Carlos Souffront, Taravel, DJ CZ, Sweater Funk crew
Music: house, tech-house, funk
Cover: $20
Arguably the wildest lineup for the Sunset weekend anti-migration is this rare sighting of Motor City Drum Ensemble in our humble city. MCDE's name hails not from Detroit (although his music sounds like it does), but rather from Stuttgart in Germany, also a producer of many automobiles. Prominent on the supreme house scene since 2008, his sound comes heavily from his influences in jazz, funk, and soul, often from the 60s and 70s. His sound is often vintage, rare, and perfectly imperfect.He'll be joined by a wildly impressive crew from the likes of As You Like It, Detroit's Interdimensional Transmissions, Sweater Funk, and Surface Tension for a wildly varied San Francisco meets Detroit meets Germany sound that will bring you the soul without having to leave the city. (ML)

Event: SET with John Digweed
Venue: Public Works
DJs: John Digweed, Travis Groneman b2b Matthew J, Beau Kelly, Amber Cox, Jean Philippe, Yaz, Jordan Epperson
Music: house (progressive, tech), techno, trance
Cover: $40
SET welcomes John Digweed to the decks in the main room at Public Works. If there's one word I can use to reflect Digweed, it's longevity. He's been in the DJ game since 1989, taking over the musical world with his collaborations with Sasha and their release of the first commercial compilation from the Renaissance Nightclub in Mansfield. Then it was his label, Bedrock Records, that exposed the world to new and different sounds. Also holding it down in the main room are Travis Groneman, who'll be going b2b with Matthew J, and Beau Kelly, each getting down with some funky sounds. Amber Cox, Jean Philippe, Yaz and Jordan Epperson keep things popping in the loft, so don't forget your dancing shoes. (CQ)

Event: The Classics w/ Julius Papp
Venue: Monarch
DJs: Julius Papp, Rick Preston, Jayvi Velasco, lounge: Mancub
Music: basement: house, lounge: 80's-90's
Cover: $10-15
The first session of The Classics is this Saturday at Monarch. In the basement, there'll be some house music going on, and rumor has it that it'll be all-vinyl! In the lounge, you'll hear greatest in 80s and 90s hits. Throwing down your favorite house classics are Julius Papp, Rick Preston and Jayvi Velasco. You can be sure that each of these guys will be digging in their crates to create a set full of nostalgia, one that takes you on a musical journey through time. DJ Mancub keeps things jumping upstairs in the lounge, bringing his 'funky, sometimes nasty' beats for which he's known. One event, two stages full of banging classic hits. (CQ)



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Event: Camp ? Fundraiser
Venue: Great Northern
DJs: Daktyl, Alexander Lewis, great dane, Headphone Activist, Muppet Punk, KOWTA
Music: bass, trap, beats
Cover: $15-20
Camp ? is one camp that helps to keep Burning Man weird with a largescale stage dedicated to heavy bass sounds, chillwave, trap, hip-hop, and more. So tonight they're hosting a fundraiser at The Great Northern to keep this wild ride coming out to the Playa for a special desert experience. The list of artists is just long enough to keep you going all night, with chillwave specialist Daktyl, Flying Lotus' friend great dane, and "cloud rap" coiner Headphone Activist, among others. This is all about keeping the experience available for all, some come hear those tunes you love so you can keep hearing the tunes you love. (ML)

Event: CID
Venue: Halcyon
DJs: CID, Michael Bricker, Matthew Meyer
Music: EDM, house
Cover: $10-20 presale
CIDs current track with CeeLo Green & productions with Kaskade have catapulted him into the limelight as one of the most exciting EDM DJs around. His striking and infectious productions continue to capture the attention of many of the industries top personnel including Cedric Gervais, Sharam, Don Diablo, Spinnin Records, Protocol Recordings, Size X Records. and many more. This event launches an EDM series, brought to you by Electric Stardust & EPIC on Thursdays this summer (this first event is a Saturday however!). Watch for new event announcements!

Event: Modular w/ Dave DK
Venue: Monarch
DJs: Dave DK, Pedro Arbulu
Music: house, funk
Cover: $10-15 presale
Berlin based Dave DK, released his first record on Müller Records in 1998 Soon after he became resident DJ at Tresor/Globus club in Berlin, later on also at the legendary Panorama Bar. Beside his remix productions for Beroshima and Skiebäck he released records on raum...musik., Decore, Lifetime Music and Cadeaux. Dave has been pushing the boundaries of classification, resenting musical limits. Though he's elegantly juggling a variety of electronic music to create his own style, in his tracks he often combines tragic melodies with kickin' grooves that transform your body into a twisting stampede of electricity, with trademark swing and warm funk.

Event: Planet of the Drums
Venue: Mezzanine
DJs: Planet of the Drums (Dieselboy, AK1200, DJ Dara, MC Messinian), Bachelors of Science
Music: dnb, liquid funk
Cover: $20-25
Calling all junglists! Have I got the party for you! The Big Four, aka Planet of the Drums, aka Dieselboy, AK1200, DJ Dara and MC Messinian, are taking over Mezzanine this Saturday. Presented by HUSHconcerts, POTD was created in 2000. It began as four men with one mission: to set the standard for a real LIVE performance. MC Messinian displays his lyrical prowess over the intricate mixing of Diesel Boy, AK1200 and DJ Dara. These dnb warriors have been pivotal in shaping the musical landscape of drum and bass for the last 17 years, and they are not done yet! Catch them, along with local heroes Bachelors of Science, dropping the dnb and jungle fire this Saturday at Mezzanine. (CQ)

 


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Event: Sunday Phunday BBQ
Venue: Natoma Cabana
DJs: Hector Moralez, Rooz, Antonio Manigrassi, We Love Us resident b-days (Punk Phunk, Beau Kelly, Fredinho)
Music: house
Cover: $10 b4 4pm, $15 presale on RA
Is there a better way to spend your Sunday than with BBQ, house beats and birthday vibes all day long? I think not! Get to the Natoma Cabana and help the We Love Us residents celebrate their birthdays. That's right, PunkPhunk, Beau Kelly and Fredinho are each celebrating another turn around the sun by throwing down dirty house beats for your dancing pleasure. Rooz and Antonio Manigrassi each drop their own blend of house beats, adding the perfect soundtrack to the day. Sunday Phunday also welcomes back a local legend and now Sandy's Ibiza resident Hector Moralez, to the decks. His incredible attention-to-detail and his versatility make it no wonder that some of the biggest names in the house game are all singing his praises. (CQ)

 


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