Posts from the ‘SF’ Category

Mara Hruby on Tour

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Myele Manzanza new album & Electric Wire Hustle @Yoshi’s in SF

Electric Wire Hustle

Thursday, Mar 22 10:30p

Electric Wire Hustle & Robert Glasper Shows In the Bay

Electric Wire Hustle @ Yoshi’s in SF!


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ELECTRIC WIRE HUSTLE

March 22, 2012

Quite simply this is the best, most exciting R&B, soul, electronica, whatever you want to call it, record I’ve heard this year.” – Okayplayer.com

In The Lounge…

  • 10:00pm doors / 10:30pm show
  • $15 adv, $20 door

Blu and Exile at 330 Ritch, San Francisco – This Wednesday Jan. 25th!


Candlestick Kids and 330 Ritch Present:
Blu and Exile
Foreign Legion, Spank Pops (Honor Roll)

DJ’s Sake One and Sean G
Live at 330 Ritch
Wednesday January 25th, 2012

10pm!

18+

Free Giveaways from Flud Watches
Sponsored by Flud Watches, 2DopeBoyz.com, Quality Control Marketing

Presale Tickets only $12 http://bluexile330ritch.eventbrite.com/

The Do Over SF

Sunday September 18th – 
San Francisco, CA

RSVP / INFO: WWW.THEDOOVER.NET/SF

DJ CAM @ Yoshi’s SF July 22, 2011

DJ CAM @ Yoshi’s SF
July 22, 2011

Studio K7!s
Parisian Abstract Maestro!

10:30pm open dance floor

* $16 adv; $20 door

With Seven, DJ Cam serves up his most personal album since the acclaimed Substances. Inspired as ever by the original jazz and hip-hop influences that helped him become one of the founders of the trip-hop scene back in 1995, this new album is also full of exciting new musical and visual influences.

As a mainstay of the French Touch (he started his career in the 1990s together with Daft Punk, Air, Cassius, Bob Sinclar…), DJ Cam has released six albums, helmed a number of side projects and given countless performances all around the world, helping him to acquire global notoriety. His 2002 single Summer in Paris with Anggun sold over a million copies and remains an emblematic tune of the Parisian dolce vita.

Now based in Los Angeles, where his musical and visual projects can converge, including production and remixes (Michael Jackson, Serge Gainsbourg, Air, Miles Davis…), sound design (Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Sephora, Agnès b…), soundtracks for both TV (CSI: Miami…) and cinema (Gus Van Sant, Wayne Wang…).

Seven has touches of well-crafted pop and folk (Swim, with vocals by by Stateless’ Chris James and a video directed by Sonia Sieff, reminds one of Radiohead, one of the album’s major influences. And Chris James is also present on Ghost and Uncomfortable), hints of old school electronica (Dreamcatcher), and cinematic ambient tracks that invite you to dream (Seven, California Dreaming). For a feminine touch, DJ Cam adds the vocals of Inlove, a new signing on his Inflamable label, and Nicolette, long-time collaborator with Massive Attack, the legendary group that DJ Cam feels closer to now than ever before, and to whom he dedicates the album.

DJ Cam: “After the acoustic album Soulshine and various projects with high-profile collaborations and large groups, I wanted to get back to the essentials of being a producer: going into the studio alone, having total freedom, and allowing my inspiration free reign. Seven has turned out to be so intimate because I approached it in the same way as my earliest tracks; with experimentation and pleasure as the prime motivation.”

Written in Paris and Los Angeles, Seven is an album whose enveloping, melancholic tone and wide-open soundscapes are supposed to help make your mind wander. The release of the album is the moment for DJ Cam – who admits to spending as much time in art galleries as he does listening to and composing music – to show us his talents as a photographer through the Landscape Architecture project, a series of mysterious landscapes where nature and architecture intermingle in a ghost-like world. An exhibition is planned, and the visuals will projected on a big screen during DJ Cam’s concerts, as revealed for the first time at the SXSW festival last March.

Austin Peralta @ Yoshi’s SF March 15th

“ENDLESS PLANETS” release show @ Yoshi’s San Francisco: March 15th

Posted in Shows on February 23, 2011 by austinperalta

Austin Peralta Group featuring Stephen THUNDERCAT Bruner on bass & Zach Harmon on drums. Tuesday, March 15th, show starts at 8pm.

Yoshi’s calendar | Facebook invitation.

Mophono weekly in SF @ SOM

CHANGE THE BEAT!!!

EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT

EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT
CB Records presents
CHANGE THE BEAT

Thug Jazz and Riot Funk, Psyche Madness and Funk Rock layered with the hardest and dirtiest instrumental and dub beats from around the world

Residents:
LOW LIMIT (Lazer Sword)
DIBIA$E (Green Llama)
DJ CENTIPEDE (Mophono/CB Records)
SALVA (Frite Nite)
DIALS (Sound Pieces)

Special Guests TBA!

10pm $3 Red Stripes $5 Margaritas $7 Red Stripe + Shot of El Jimador Tequila or Bourbon
SOM 2925 16th St. San Francisco 94103
http://www.cbrecords.com for more

Mount Kimbie – SF April 2

SATURDAY, APRIL 02, 2011
OFFICE VS DIALS presentS

MOUNT KIMBIE (LIVE)
SHIGETO
MATTHEW DAVID
BLACKBIRD BLACKBIRD

9PM Doors
$15 Earlybird Advanced Tickets

Mount Kimbie return to San Francisco to showcase an entirely new live set. The duo have developed a truly unique sound whose experimental rhythms lend themselves to the fringes of uk garage, dubstep and hip hop, but ooze with emotion and echoing ambient sound scapes that take the listener to an entirely different place. Mount Kimbie is a featured act on the 2011 Coachella line up and San Francisco is both lucky and excited to support their music on this night. Supporting acts will be announced soon.

 

Jack Davey Dj Set @SOM SF 3/12/11