Fools in the Night Presents

Bag Raiders (DJ), Classixx (DJ), RAC (DJ)

The Official Guinness Oyster & Music Festival After Party

When
Sat Jun 1, 2013
Where
Mezzanine
Time
9:00PM
Cost
$20 - $25
Tags
Electronic Music, Music, DJ Outlets
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Description

6.1.13 // 9PM // 21+ w/Valid ID

Bag Raiders

Bag Raiders are the combined talents of Jack Glass and Chris Stracey. Together, they produce the sparks of light, aural gems and sonic booms that make up one of the most sought-after up and coming duos on the planet. After dropping singles on Bang Gang 12s (Fun Punch, Turbo Love) and remixing the likes Cut Copy, Midnight Juggernauts and Kid Sister, the two’s reputation internationally grew, and when they released a little ditty titled ‘Shooting Stars’ they reached every dangerous, dark and smokey corner of the world, making them a household name among in-the-know indie kids, the sweaty dance faithful and the DJs across the globe.



Classixx

Barely into their twenties, Classixx has begun defining a new sound for the Los Angeles electronic music scene. A refreshing change from the trance and techno inspired Electro that has been dominating dance floors, their Donna Summers-esque grooves have caught the ears of music aficianados, fans and artists alike. With recent remixes for groundbreaking artists such as Phoenix, The Ting Tings, Shiny Toy Guns, and the Sounds, their funky midtempo sound is turning heads everywhere.


RAC

RAC (pronounced Ar-Ay-Cee) have been reinventing the art of remixing and gathering widespread acclaim since the collective’s creation in 2007. Andre Anjos of RAC strives to maintain a style of remixing that strays from the “club mix” archetype, creating new incarnations of songs that stem from the original structure, but expand on their genre and musical arrangement. The newest expansion of the RAC family is RAC DJs, a creative teaming of Andre Anjos and Karl Kling. With this, RAC takes its remix theory to the booth, altering and combining tracks on the fly, to create an engaging soundscape fed by crowd energy and live interaction.

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Location

  1. Mezzanine
    444 Jessie Street, San Francisco, CA