Today is the first day of March, a month that is going to be packed with some awesome events, a long-awaited Spring mixtape from contributor aRod, and yes, you guessed it, more giveaways! If you’ve been current with our facebook page, you would have seen that I’m giving away a pair to see longtime GDD favorites Harvard Bass and Nadastrom (comprised of Moombahton megalord Dava Nada and Matt Nordstrom) this Saturday at Mighty in San Francisco, presented by our friends at Blasthaus. If you haven’t entered already, it’s not too late. Keep your eyes peeled readers; I’ll be giving away tickets to Miami Horror, HARD Weekend, and more!
Our House Records‘ Realboy have been kind enough to give GDD™ the exclusive on their new track, No Child Left Behind. After great feedback from their debut hit, The Ritz, the duo have been making splashes in the NorCal scene, with their next big gig on March 4th at the Mezzanine in SF with a night full of Electro featuring Le Castle Vania, Fukkk Offf, Realboy, and more. If you’re going to be in the area, make sure to pick up tickets HERE before they’re all gone. Until then, get this into you.
¡BONUS TICKET GIVEAWAY!
The nice folks at Our House Records want to give a pair of tickets to one of you lucky dirty dancers, so we will be running a giveaway on the Twitter machine. To enter to win RT this “RT @gottadancedirty : @ourhouserecords presents Day One w/ @LeCastleVania + @fukkkofff on March 4th @mezzanineSF! RT to enter to win!” I’ll announce the winner on Wednesday, March 2nd.
San Francisco! Dionysus Events and Our House Records have tag-teamed for the first time to bring you DAY ONE, featuring a debauched double-headliner night at the Mezzanine on March 4th with the Always Never label boss, Le Castle Vania, and the hard-hitting hombre from Hamburg, Fukkk Offf. This night of epic proportions will also feature opening sets from OHR’s Realboy, Robot.Mafia & MikeyyDropz, and Fabian Campos. If you like it hard + dirty, this is a must-attend show if you are in the San Fran area. Buy tickets HERE before they sell out!
444 Jessie St., San Francisco, CA 94103
9PM-2AM // 21+
Facebook Event Info
Robot.Mafia & Mikeyydropz: 9-10
Fabian Campos: 10-11
Le Castle Vania: 12-1
Fukkk Offf: 1-2
Happy Valentine’s Day from all of us at Gotta Dance Dirty™; we love each and every one of you. This week, we have a very special 18+ giveaway going on our facebook page to see Bart B More, Nisus, and myself at the infamous Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco. Mr. van der Meer played to a jam-packed Control last Friday so do not sleep on this opportunity to see the Dutchman at one of my favorite venues in San Francisco.
Our facebook giveaway ends Tuesday night and if you want to play it safe, tickets are still available at Blasthaus. Hopefully you’ve taken the initiative and become a facebook fan, but if not, this contest and the pair of tickets that I just gave away to HARD Weekend in Oakland should be reason enough.
Alright dirty dancers, for our third installment of HARD Fresh Meat Mondays, we’re proud to present the first part of a very special DJ set, recorded in London in November 2010 at SMD’s Delicatessen warehouse party. To celebrate the launch of their “Delicacies” album, SMD DJed with friends & family, and they’ve carefully cut three hour long segments from their set, and we’re going to be presenting these exclusively in the weeks to come. You can listen here exclusively on GDD™ and then download from the Hardfest site, from the link below. Also, grab your tickets to HARD Weekend coming up in March before it’s too late!
*Download the mix HERE
We’ve already given away tickets earlier this month to see some of your favorite producers like JFK and The Twelves, but how about a pair to the sold out 18+ Dada Life and Pance Party show this Thursday at Ruby Skye in San Francisco? Just leave a comment on this facebook thread with your favorite Dada Life tune for a chance to win. We have at least two more (18+) giveaways coming up this month so make sure you’re dialed into our facebook page and as always, thanks for reading.
Our good friends at Blasthaus are bringing The Twelves (live) back to San Francisco to rock the Mezzanine this Saturday and as promised, Gotta Dance Dirty is giving away a pair of tickets through our facebook page (which hopefully you have “Liked” by now). The bad news is that pre-sales are already sold out and only a limited number of $20 tickets will be available at the door, so make sure you participate in our facebook giveaway and keep reading for upcoming giveaways to Dada Life, Bart B More, and many more.
To kick start the mountain of EDM events to come this year, GDD™ has been given the exclusive weekly on something special. Simian Mobile Disco and HARD have teamed up to bring you new tracks from the band’s private reserve each monday leading up to HARD weekend. (Of course it was only fashionable to get started a day late the first week, but this giveaway is worth the wait…) First up, we have for you the full length track “Fugu” from SMD’s brand new album Delicacies.
…and dont forget to grab your tickets for HARD Weekend, happening March 11th – 19th!
We’re very happy to announce that our friends Rusko and Doorly are hitting the road this spring to preach bass to the North American masses, throughout the US and Canada. Presale tickets here.
Doorly Essential Mix:
All my best,
The giveaways continue here at Gotta Dance Dirty™ as we gear up for a month packed with events. This Thursday night in San Francisco, catch a DJ set from the notorious Jesse F. Keeler of Death From Above 1979 and MSTRKRFT fame at Mighty with support from homies Nisus and Shane King. You might want to grab your tickets before this one sells out, but if you’re feeling lucky, check out our giveaway over on our facebook page. Stay tuned for more giveaways for The Twelves, Dada Life, Bart B More, and more!
• Death From Above 1979 – Sexy Results (MSTRKRFT Edition)
JFK remixes JFK! Some long-time readers might be turning your noses at me for posting this obvious classic, but newer readers need to know what’s up. Believe me when I say every time the DJ dropped this disco ****jam back in the day (and by ‘the day’ I mean 2005), things would start getting X-rated on the dancefloor. Still one of my favorite songs ever.