News › Month: January 2015
We heart Blond:ish. No, really, we do. The Canadian duo has come a long way since their weeklys at Cherry in Montreal back in 2007. It was there that Vivie Ann Bakos and Anstascia D’elene first established their chemistry. Fast forward to 2015 and the girls have records on a number of today’s most revered imprints — from Get Physical to Kompakt. Not to mention, the past few years have seen them land some of the most sought-after slots in notable clubs and festivals across the globe.
Something else that seems pretty obvious if you follow these girls through social media, is how much fun they seem to have — more than the average Joe at least. Ahead of their show right here at Public Works this Saturday, we compile seven photos prove the Blond:ish girls have more fun.
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ICEE HOT :::::: SAN FRANCISCO BASED RECORD LABEL/MONTHLY CLUB NIGHT. IT IS A FEELING. **NO SET TIMES**NO PARTY PHOTOGRAPHERS NO GUESTLIST NO REQUESTS NO CRYING NO HULA HOOPS YES VIBES YES JAMZ YES RAVE RAIN YES PIZZA. IF IT’S CUTE, LET IT HAPPEN
Our favorite party and record label named after a slushy iced drink is saying goodbye. After 5 years and 10 stellar releases of edgy, forward-thinking house and techno, the Icee Hot gang is calling it quits. Not for lack of interest or anything like that…According to Icee Hot founder and DJ Shawn Reynaldo (who also happens to be the editor of a little rag called XLR8R Magazine) … “This may sound simple, and even a bit cliche, but we’re ending Icee Hot simply because the time felt right to do so. Five years is a long time to be throwing a party every month, especially when we’ve also been doing … Read more ›
Fleetmac Wood is coming (you know…the international, lovingly-curated remix party dedicated to the the darlings of debauchery and epic vocal harmonies) and I can’t find my crystals OR my leather vest. It’s ok though, because all day, I dream of Stevie Nicks …. Catch the Fleetmac Wood folks channeling the spirits of Stevie, Christine, Lindsey, and Mick in the loft at Public Works this Saturday (bring your own gold dust and feathers) MORE INFO HERE In case you need some spirit guidance… GIFSoup GIFSoup GIFSoup
He’s the biggest DJ in South Africa with an all-encompassing sound pulling the best elements from a variety of different genres. Black Coffee calls himself an artist, a music fan, a producer, a DJ, a businessman and a family man. Boasting four studio albums and a slew of awards, Black Coffee is a world-touring artist, hitting the best venues and festivals around the globe, all while managing his own imprint Soulistic Music.
Ahead of his show this Friday at Public Works, Black Coffee was chosen as one of Mixmag’s Top Ten Labs of 2014. The Lab is the weekly Mixmag office party where the company live streams the world’s best DJs from London and LA.
It was inevitable…the Matrix that is. And the subsequent movement of glitchy, code-based art was also inevitable.
The ‘Art By Code” show will represent a sampling of an explosive field and draws on the latest in computer technology from such fields like fractals, algorithmic processes, software art, generative art, data visualization, 3-D software, and much more. MORE INFO
NICK CIONTEA AKA BROWN SHOES ONLY
THE ART BY CODE SHOW OPENS TONIGHT FRIDAY JANUARY 9 AT 6PM // MORE INFO HERE
Everyone knows Seth Troxler is quite the character. The top DJ, producer is perpetually stirring up social media chaos, from naked promotional videos to whacked out interviews, bad-mouthing or actual meaningful critiques. Here we list the best Troxler moments — ones that basically left the Internet in pieces.
Catch Seth this Friday, Jan. 9 in celebration of SF local Dax Lee’s birthday celebration. Click HERE for tickets.
5. That time Seth got deep about the scene:
“Look, I’m generally really happy for everyone. I try to keep positive about all this craziness. But if you’re not critical of the culture you live in, and love, then you’re doing yourself and everyone around you a disservice. EDM plays host to a profound delusion about what electronic music and dance culture are. It’s ridiculous music, made by ridiculous, un-credible people.
In all honesty, I find it profoundly sad. We’re trying to move … Read more ›