Everyone loves a good Bromance, and in this case, we really love the new bond between two GDD™ favorites, Brodinksi and Gesaffelstein. After the highly anticipated joint record label launch on Brodinski + Manu Barron’s new imprint on the 21st of November, Brodinksi and Gesaffelstein will be playing together 3 times in the beginning of the New Year with stops on Holy Ship!, the Mezzanine in San Francisco, and Key Club in Los Angeles. Fortunately for you lot, we have a pair of tickets to give away for both the SF and LA stops of the Bromance tour, so get on your Twitters and tweet the following to enter to win:
“Dear @Hardfest + @GottaDanceDirty, I wanna go see @Brodinski and @Gesaffelstein in (SF/LA) because I have a BROMANCE with @(Friend’s names here)!”
Submissions will be accepted until next Tuesday and winners will be announced on Wednesday, November 23rd. GOOD LUCK!
Good morning! It’s freezing outside and I’m very comfortable sipping my cup of coffee as I write this. I have a lot of great news today to get you informed for the weekend. The stories include the SnowGlobe Music Festival, how David Guetta does Ibiza, a Joker album review, a Seth Troxler interview, and the Red Bull Elektropedia Awards 2011.
The San Francisco based Chris Harnett & David Carvalho aka White Noize are back at it again with more pounding pounding… DISCO music? The veteran Dj duo have just released their next EP on DJ Dan’s InStereo Recordings called WEEKEND IN CALIFORNIA, featuring “Honey Love” and “Big Bright Lights.” WhiteNoize are known for digging up old disco classics and reviving them with club electro, fidget, and tech-house body parts. Their “big room disco” sounds have earned them top rankings on Beatport several times, not to mention the support of favorites Duck Sauce, DJ Dan, Donald Glaude, TJR, Stonebridge, Mustard Pimp, Treasure Fingers, and Umek (just to name a few.) These tracks are serious must haves for any DJs club sets, especially all you funky steppers out there. Check out the EP below, as well as the upcoming “Turn This Mutha Out” and a FREE download of their Cobra Starship Remix!
Never fear Bay-area dirty dancers, Dim Mak has expanded to the streets of San Francisco with Obey The Kitty, a new Wednesday night event @ VESSEL. To kick off the Halloween week, Dim Mak is proud to present LA RIOTS to the decks, along with our very own BONES. This event will sell out so jump on getting your tickets now, and make sure to get there early!
This Friday, BLAP Productions takes their party schemes to the next level with the launch of Rebellion – a monthly electronic event @ The Parlor in San Francisco. To kick things off proper, your very own ///BONES will be hitting the decks alongside opening support by Chris Clouse and Danny G (I Love This Beat). The event will feature a newly installed sound and lighting system that will rock the bay bridges, courtesy of Top Shelf‘s ingenious design. The party kicks off @ 9pm, so get there early to avoid nutty-ness @ the door. SF – I’M COMIN FOR YA!
RSVPHERE (Free until 10pm / $5 until 11pm / $10 after)
LOCATION: THE PARLOR 2801 Leavenworth Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
• Friday, October 7th • 9pm – 2am • 21+ • MORE INFO HERE
Blow Up has been the king of radicool parties up in the bay, and a top of the throne, Jeffrey Paradise has decided to throw the biggest and baddest one yet. With a lineup crawling with epic names to a three room venue with breathtaking views of SF, this is one show you won’t want to miss. Event info Here
We’ll keep it simple this time – Answer in creative fashion, “Why should it be you?” You can write this answer on either the GDD facebook wall or the Blow UP Forever event page. And as always, ‘like’ and ‘re-tweet’ our shit! IF we choose you, You’ll receive an email or Facebook message with the means to retrieve your tickets. GoodLuck and Shibby!
Where: The Factory SF: 525 Harrison St. San Francisco, CA When: Saturday August 27th 9:00pm – August 28th 2:00am
As summer chugs along and the dog days approach the temperature only continues to rise out here on the Best Coast. Expect a massive heat wave to hit this Thursday though as the mad Belgian scientists known as Mumbai Science descend upon the Mile High City to start their mini 2011 Summer Tour that will see them lighting up clubs from the Rockies to the Bay to the Border as they drop festival firestarters like ‘Ancova‘ & ‘Gold‘ in intimate venues like our very own Versus (August 4th!)
Having the chance to see this rising act, that now routinely plays for 1000s, in relatively small venues is an experience and opportunity you probably won’t have again as their ascent to stardom continues, so make sure you get yo’ tickets for one of these 7 gigs while you can! Along the way they’ll be getting support from longtime GDD™ backed Canadian John Roman, Aussie insane-asylum-escapees Bareback DJ’s, the lovely Brazzabelle, our very own ///BONES and various local talent in each city. More details including dates and ticketing links (and some tunes) after the jump! Oh and if you don’t remember our interview/mix with Mumbai, peep it over here!
Listen up SF: You have been waiting for this party since its announcement… in the second installment of RedEye Present’snew Bay Area monthly party MELT, we are officially welcoming the Bay Area debuts of GDD friends Dillon Francis and Adam F. Catch one of the leading producers behind moombahton plus one of the UK’s legendary drum n bass and dubstep pioneers all under one roof. Did we mention there is an OPEN VODKA BAR 9-10pm hosted by Svedka? They’re expecting 450+ people tomorrow so don’t miss out on what will surely be the wildest party in all of July. No disrespect to the 4th. I’m sure Dolores was poppin’.
The Tipper Sound Experience, along with the incredible NeXuS Funktion-One Soundsystem, will be descending on San Francisco next Friday, July 8th. The man behind the experience, Dave Tipper, draws from his classical training to create a diverse pallet of music served for your listening indulgence. He is most widely known for his expertise in Breaks, specifically his own unique, psychedelic style of mixing organic sounds with electronic beats, but he also maintains variety in his sets with downtempo and Hip-Hop. Tipper’s interest in sound production has led to creation of this show, which is said to be “an immersive sound environment that transforms the dance floor into an ethereal field of holographic sound”.
SAN FRANCISCO: Goldenvoice SF is bringing you the raw, performed-live electro of The Bloody Beetroots Death Crew 77 on June 28th. The Italian anarchy, along with Switch and Destructo, will be taking place at The Regency Ballroom. The Beetroots Death Crew 77 put on an exhilarating live show which will destroy you. Their masterful stage presence, in addition to their blasting drums and guitar shreddage, will definitely not disappoint. So bring your masks and join the party, it’ll be a night for books.