Afrolicious Soundsystem + Jef Stott & MOM DJs

9:00pm – 3:00am$5 before 10pm $10 After

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On February 1st the Afrolicious Soundsystem is hosting their first big headlining show of the year at Public Works. Expect the funkiest tropical electronic and organic sounds as DJs Pleasuremaker & Señor Oz take you on a worldwide journey of sound and dance accompanied by some of the greatest percussionists, MCs and musicians on the planet.
2013 has already been a huge year for the Afrolicious family, having performed as support for Budos Band with the live band and as DJs supporting RJD2 and Prefuse 73.
$5 before 10pm $10 After


MOM SF is a Motown inspired dance party which was conceived by DJ Gordo Cabeza in April of 2009, it was born of a desire to reconnect with the music that was often the soundtrack to his childhood. More importantly it was a chance to honor the people and music who helped raise him, especially his mother.

MOM SF, held every Monday, was joined soon afterwards by DJs Timoteo Gigante, Phleck, Matteo,U9LIFT and a host of other talented Bay Area DJs. It has evolved into a multi-city weekly event including MOM SF, MOM LA, MOM HNL, MOM NYC & MOM ATX, as well as being booked along side many main acts under the moniker MOM DJs at festivals and special events. This summer will mark the launch of more U.S. locations including PHI, DEN also look for international lift off with a MOM Vancouver.


Composer, producer and performer JEF STOTT has been deftly navigating the realms of world fusion music for over a decade, where he has consistently been at the forefront of the International Global Bass movement. He released his 10th full length studio production ARCANA in April 2012 on Six Degrees records. His sound is a conscious inspired blend of the highly articulated electronica compositions fused with the mystery and depth of an inner ethnography.

Jef is a highly accomplished lifelong multi-instrumentalist, adding a live performance element to his live shows with Arabic string and percussion instruments (oud, saz, santoor, daff, riqq etc), guitars, bass and has lead several live ensembles on stage. As a trained anthropologist, he has made an in depth academic study of the instruments of the Middle East with master teachers including Hamza el Din, Omar Faruk Tekbilek among others. Jef often works and performs with master musicians and dancers from the Middle East, Northern Africa, the Balkans and India as well as top shelf fusion artists from the West Coast.