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Noise Pop: MSTRKRFT (live)
After 5 long years, MSTRKRFT is back with a banging track. These Canadian producers creating haunting, melodic music, complete with drums and seducing synths. They play it like it is, what you hear is what you get.. Little Red Hen is the perfect depiction of where MSTRKRFT is musically. And with all the collaborators they've worked with, it's no surprise to hear rumors of a hip-hop/electronica croosover album potentially in the works. They, along with MANICS will perform live, with the latter sharing their variety of medlies of indie pop vocals paired with synths, drums, lights and visuals. This project has found the perfect balance between raw emotion and technology. DJ and producer MPHD creates a modern mixture of house and electro. His frenetic energy is captivating, so be prepared to dance hard. And lastly, NVO is also performing, bringing their bass heavy rock, sci-fi funk and rave hop, with their sound truly taking you out to space. Date: Sat Feb 25, Time: 9pm-late, Place: Mezzanine 444 Jessie St, More Info (CQ)

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Flyer Of The Week
Our flyer of the week is for EastBlock this Thur @ Monarch

 

Link Of The Week
Leningrad - Kolshik Here


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Event: Housepitality
Venue: F8
DJs: Butane, Trev Campbell, Mike Bee, Corey Black
Music: deep tech, house, techno, deep house
Cover: no cover b4 10pm w/RSVP, $5 presale on RA, $10 otherwise

 

Butane returns to Housepitality this Wednesday, setting the housepit on fire. He's the owner of two phenomenal record labels, Alphahouse and Little Helpers and he's known for his eclectic music and extensive discography. Trev Campbell is also on deck, taking a break from running the label Das Sind Wir to throw down funky beats. After having cut his teeth with OM Records and Smoke N' Mirros, he graduated to throwing his own shindig, Black Magic Disko. Mike Bee and Corey Black hold it down in the lounge, so you know you'll need your dancing shoes. Also, if you bought a ticket during the power outage of January 18, you can redeem it this night. (CQ)



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Event: Barclay Crenshaw (Claude VonStroke)
Venue: 1015 Folsom
DJs: Barclay Crenshaw, Kll Smth, Deron Delgado, Aabo, Chiller Whale, Jackson Waites, Roevicious
Music: house, hip-hop, downtempo
Cover: $15 presale
Barclay Crenshaw is more readily identified by the moniker Claude VonStroke, through which he's built a career pushing low end-heavy house as a DJ, producer and one of the minds behind the Dirtybird label. He made his formal debut under his given name with a couple singles released over the past few months, "Sleepy Kids" and "The Gene Sequence," each signaling a shift away from house toward a sound more readily incorporating elements of hip-hop, downtempo and bass music. Now Crenshaw has uploaded a mixtape "inspired by themes of otherworldly exploration and retrofuturism." Heavy on his own tracks and remixes (and one cut featuring The Cool Kids), Transmission 001 also includes tunes from the likes of A Tribe Called Quest, DJ Shadow and Salva. The mixtape comes ahead of a Barclay Crenshaw album, due in January 2017.

Event: EastBlock
Venue: Monarch
DJs: Martin Aquino, Ivana Smith, Sergei Loginov
Music: house, techno, deep tech
Cover: $5-7 presale
Originally hailing from Manila, Philippines and now firmly rooted in San Francisco, Martin Aquino continues to make waves with his underground, deep tech-house sound. Polish born Dj currently residing in San Francisco Ivana Smith was raised by a family of musicians so which led her to find her passion for electronic music. Her art kicked into overdrive when she made the fateful decision to move to San Francisco when she got turned on to new underground style called "deep tech" that features dark, minimal and groovy patterns with fat basslines which she continues to morph into her own unique sound.



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Event: AYLI pres. Bloom
Venue: Monarch
DJs: Dr. Rubinstein, Erika, Christina Chatfield, Jacob Park
Music: techno, tech-house, electro
Cover: $15-20
As You Like It is premiering a new night, Bloom. The name may seem a bit heavy handed given the theme: all female electronic lineups. While the inimitable Georgia O'Keefe will not be present to show her blooming blowers, Tel Aviv's Dr. Rubinstein will be. The Israeli artist moved to Berlin four years ago and has been impressing crowds at ://about blank and Berghain and she has been moving her selecting to more and more interesting places, including the Organik Festival in Taiwan. Although she is not associated with labels, the word of mouth has been big on this one and although she does not produce, that has seemed unnecessary considering the strength of her mixes. Joining Rubinstein is Detroit techno artist Erika, whose music is ever referencing the history of the hometown of techno and the artist herself. Joining will be AYLI's own Christina Chatfield. (ML)

Event: Deviation
Venue: 1015 Folsom
DJs: Hudson Mohawke, Francoise K, Teklife, Seven Davis Junior, Jay Daniel, Benji B & Judah
Music: bass, deep house, footwork
Cover: $15-20
Back for its tenth year, this time as a part of the Noise Pop 25th anniversary, the Deviation party will be heating up 1015. Deviation is a London club night that fosters up-and-comers while also hosting long-standing talent. As the show has been travelling on the road, we have been lucky to enjoy it for the past ten years. Joining this year's lineup is Hudson Mohawke, the experimental trap artist whose work is often enjoyed as a solo artist, in his work backing tracks for the likes of Kanye West, or soundtracking Watch Dogs 2 video game (which happens to take place in alt-hacker SF). Joining Mohawke tonight is a festival-ready lineup including Francois K, an artist producing house music since almost before its start in New York of the 1970s.

Event: Don't Try This at Home w/ Stacey Pullen
Venue: The Great Northern
DJs: Stacey Pullen, Marques Wyatt, Rooz, M3, Anthony Mansfield
Music: Detroit techno, house
Cover: $15-20
The new weekly Don't Try This at Home continues to dominate Fridays in the Bay Area. This week's installment features Stacey Pullen, part of the second wave of Detroit techno, who studied under three of the great: Derrick May, Juan Atkins and Kevin Saunderson. Atmospheric electronic beats are his signature sound and he's one of the hardest working DJ and producers around. AS a DJ, Marques Wyatt brought an East coast flavor to the West coast house scene. His production, promoter and DJ talents have made him one of the most sought-after DJs in the world. Rooz rounds out the lineup on the main floor, while M3 and Anthony Mansfield hold it down in the loft. A portion of the proceeds from this event will benefit Compute for Cancer. (CQ)

Event: Robot Ears pres. Tommy Four Seven
Venue: F8
DJs: Tommy Four Seven, Quest (live), Rubidium, Bob Five, Petko Nikolov, Ivana Smith, Jeremy Meadow
Music: techno
Cover: $10-20
Tommy Four Seven is one of the leading names in straight-up techno of the last decades. The British-born artist has been honing his interest in music since the age of 12 and his degree in music technology led him to the most techno of the genres. He has created works alongside the greats of the sound like Chris Liebing, Perc, and Robert Hood. He has also produced more experimental works as These Hidden Hands, with whom he has created two LPs. Joining him will be West Coast artist Quest with a live electronic set and the inimitable Bob Five of DTE. Get ready for some hard hitters tonight. (ML)

Event: Skream (open to close)
Venue: Audio
DJs: Skream
Music: dubstep, UK garage
Cover: $10-20
Although still rather young, Skream (neé Ollie Jones) was a huge progenitor of the dubstep genre. Although dubstep has moved away from its island tinged reggae style roots, Skream was at the forefront of the movement as it emerged from the UK garage scene. His early work with Benga around 2005 was a change in the sounds the scene would hear for years to come. Despite his early successes, Jones has continued to make sounds that stem from UK garage and move into new territories. With sets that often comprise garage, grime, and 4/4 beats, Skream is a legend who will certainly be diving deep with this 5 hour set. Don't miss if you're a fan of this sound or a fan of electronic music history. (ML)

Event: soulHouse
Venue: Mercer
DJs: Emanate, Trey Courtney, Justin Time, untitled deepness
Music: house, soul, funk, disco
Cover: no cover b4 10pm with Facebook Going reply, $10 otherwise $15 after 11pm
Tired of all the divisive rhetoric? Wanted to celebrate all of the diversity the Bay Area has to offer? Its time to dance! SoulHOUSE brings you their quarterly edition of soul, funk, disco followed by deep soulful house music to get you grooving all night long.

Event: Worthy + Lisbona Sisters
Venue: Verso
DJs: Worthy + Lisbona Sisters
Music: tech-house
Cover: $5-10 presale
When it comes down to all the hype, his name says it all. He is Worthy. With an in-depth knowledge of production, mixing, and performance, Worthy has the insight to play for his audience, cultivating intense positive energy on the dance floor. From salty aired islands to dark club basements, over the past 10 years, Worthy has paid reverence to the traditional form of classic house while tripping off the mark and sinking into the euphoric less-charted territories of booty-clapping bass. As Carl Cox said, "The Worthy sound has always been powerful, rocking, funky, bass-driven music at its best, and for me this is the new wave in house music." He establishes an energetic dance floor camaraderie that makes even the most skeptic hater's booty shake. Playing along Worthy is the dynamic duo Lisbona Sisters - Their musical style varies from house, disco, techno and sweet ass funk have been known to weave their ways in with little surprise visits from 80s pop/electro and 90s R&B. In only a couple years of DJing, they've played alongside some of the industry's finest, including Soul Clap, Mr. C, Crazy P, Climbers and Lee Foss.



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Event: Desert Hearts pres. City Hearts
Venue: Public Works
DJs: Desert Hearts residents
Music: progressive house, deep house, minimal house
Cover: $25
Desert Hearts is coming up on its fifth year since their first 200 person renegade back in 2012. They'll be returning this March with their much expanded (and now wildly beloved) Desert Hearts early spring festival down in San Diego. However, with so much love, the crew is ready for a late winter (that's what this is, right?!) party right here cityside. The residents of the crew will be dropping tunes all night, the community will be providing art, and you'll be providing the dance floor moves. (ML)

Event: Golden Features
Venue: Audio
DJs: Golden Features, Vasudev, Mntra
Music: dance, hip-hop,indie
Cover: no cover b4 11 w/RSVP, $10 presale
Golden Features is an Australian man of mystery, covering his face while DJing with a mask. The glimmering mask does nothing to hinder his incredible talent, as is evident by is innovative sound. Gaining attention for his debut EP, Golden Features also revealed that he's formerly of the duo Kyro and Bomber. Wanting to be known for his music production and DJing, Golden Features created this anonymous persona and only revealed himself when the mask became too big of a spectacle. Vasudev and Mntra each handle opening duties, so get to Audio for Golden Features. (CQ)

Event: Robert Babicz + Milo McBride
Venue: Halcyon
DJs: Robert Babicz, Milo McBride, Trey Courtney b2b Arash Sheikh
Music: house
Cover: $20 presale
Robert's musical output is inspiring and staggering. A true one-man operation, he writes, records and performs solo; commanding an ever-expanding touring schedule, tailoring the music he creates to the cities he visits. Milo McBride is a music producer born and raised in New York City. Drawing influence from his experiences with an eclectic range of musical styles–from punk to juke–Milo makes post-apocalyptic electronic beats music for the dance floor and the bedroom. His production employs sounds from various pockets of the world: sonically combining deconstructed digital sounds with organic instrumentation and field recordings. Combined together, these textures map out the emotional territory of a futuristic wasteland, but with laptops and pills. Milo's productions feature his own vocals as well as studio-recorded samples of percussion and string instruments.



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Event: Sunshine People and Halcyon present: Safe on Sunday
Venue: Halcyon
DJs: Joeski, Ra-Soul, Michael May, Supacreep
Music: house, techno, deep house
Cover: $tba
This weekend, Sunshine People and Halcyon join forces for Safe on Sunday, an early morning Sunday event. This party begins at 6am and goes on for six glorious hours, ending at noon, which still leaves enough time for brunch with the homies. First up is Joeski, a New Yorker who's constantly evolving his sound. His sleek, raw sound is full of bass and has taken New York and beyond by storm. Resourfacing after a bit of silence, Ra-Soul's Soul Searching EP's stand as one of the more impactful deep house records. Finding himself after delving into alcoholism and drugs, Ra Soul has reemerged, sober and loving life. He's back with a new EP, Take it Slow and that's just what he's doing. Michael May and Supacreep round out the lineup, so spend your Sunday morning dancing it away. (CQ)

Event: Werd
Venue: Monarch
DJs: Shane One, Werd residents
Music: house, r&b, disco
Cover: $5-10
Back after a killer President's Day Sunday party with the one and only Evan Zoz, Werd is at it again with homie Shane One. Shane is a selector of low-slung-style house music that will have you chugging along the floor this Sunday. A Julliard-trained musician, you can expect Shane to know what will most please our sonic palates and take us on a journey throughout our Sunday night. Werd up. (ML)



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