This Saturday, March 24, Ice Hot and Public Works come together with a line up headlined by acclaimed deep house producer, Nina Kraviz.

Siberian-born Nina Kraviz started making music in 2008 and rose to fame in the underground shortly after DJ Jus Ed released her “Voices” single on his Underground Quality imprint. Since then, she has put out a handful of EPs on other labels such as Radio Slave’s Rekids and Efdemin’s Naif labels.

During those first couple years, Kraviz established herself as a DJ in the Moscow rave scene, including a residency at a local hotspot, Propaganda. Now, she is on tour after the release of her self-titled debut LP, which offers a take on house that is soft, sensual, and easy on the ears.

Also on the bill is techno legend, Rolando, who racked up experience as a Detroit heavyweight when the Underground Resistance crew picked him up in 1994. A couple years later, upon the suggestion and guidance of crewmember Mike Banks, Rolando started producing and has released several hits such as “The Aztec Mystic” and “Jaguar.”

Rolando continues to make music in his home in Edinburgh and is making his way back to the SF for his first appearance in over ten years. Given his decades of experience as a DJ, it’s safe to say this isn’t one to sleep on.

To top it all off, newcomers MikeQ and Helix will hold down the Oddjob Loft offering the sort of cutting-edge party music Icee Hot is known for.

Public Works and Icee Hot present Nina Kraviz, Rolando, Mike Q, and Helix on Saturday, March 24 with support from Icee Hot DJs. Entrance is $5 before 10:30pm and $10 after.