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Last Night, A DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Nov 11, 2008)
As the child of a musician some of Lady Fingaz earliest memories revolve around the stage, taking in her fathers gigs, and often sitting in to sing with the band. From this musical beginning she began studying piano, and it wasn’t until her teenage years that Lady Fingaz would discover and enthrall herself in her first true love: hip hop. More
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Last Night, A DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Nov 4, 2008)
In a male-dominated industry, it’s hard to find girl DJs who are as down to earth and talented as J. Phlip. Hailing from the Midwest and a recent addition to the famous Dirtybird crew, J. Phlip’s newest record Rumble Rumble drops this week. This prolific DJ also has remixes coming out on Dotbeep and Alland Byallo’s Nightlight label. More
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Last Night, A DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Oct 28, 2008)
Who knew a mix Jimmy Eat World and 50 cent could make feet move so fast? Blending the different styles of pop, rock, and hip-hop, the Rock-It! Scientists combine to formulate the perfect recipe for mash-up success. Hailing from Berkeley and Southern California, DJ Solarz and DJ Guzie have become well-recognized in the Bay Area club circuit. More
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Last Night, A DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Oct 22, 2008)
Rising out of the 90s Drum 'n Bass scene in San Francisco, Smoove quickly became a fixture on the underground Breakz circuit. These days his signature power-funk Breakz sound can be heard every weekend all over San Francisco's night life, from underground warehouse parties to his residencies at The End Up, 1015 and Mighty, along with being voted Best DJ 2008 by the readers of the S.F. Bay Guardian. More
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Last Night, A DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Oct 14, 2008)
San Francisco resident and world-renowned DJ/producer J-Boogie has continued to challenge the boundaries of the music world across genres, styles, languages and borders throughout his 15-year career. This truly unique artist speaks to his listeners through a diverse musical language that he has created, integrating various techniques and musical genres including dub, soul, hip–hop, reggae, funk, Latin, afro-beat, bhangra, dancehall, disco, electro and house. J-boogie has and continues to lift music to its full potential through his distinct approach and one of a kind style. More
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Last Night, A DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Oct 8, 2008)
Last Night A DJ Saved My Life is a weekly profile to give readers a further glimpse into the lives of Bay Area DJs. With so much local talent, it’s hard to ignore the wide array of DJs and their eclectic styles. See what they sound like without headphones on, and as always, support your local DJ. More
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Where Anything (and Everyone) Goes
By Mandy Kemp (Dec 10, 2004)
1751 Social Club, located in the Fulton Street building formerly occupied by the Creole restaurant and hip-hop club Storyville, was a mystery to us. Considering the slew of "Best of CitySearch" awards that were claimed in 2004 by the tiny, seemingly obscure spot in a quiet, residential neighborhood, we couldn’t help but wonder what all the fuss was about. With just the right amount of kitsch, a menu full of nicely-priced comfort food, and a happening club scene to boot, the mystery quickly dissolved. 1751 is aptly named; it’s a social gathering space with vibrant personality, giving it true mass appeal. More
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By John Zaterka (Sep 13, 2004)
"An every gimmick hungry boy digging gold from rock 'n' roll, Grabs the mike to tell us he'll die before he's sold." In the latest scheme to sell more tickets by adding Jam Bands to the roster going sideways due to poor ticket sales, Lollapalooza is calling it quits. So what's next? Would it be sacrilege if Perry joined up with Madonna and religious bands to form Kabballapolooza? More
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