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Last Night a DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Sep 8, 2009)
With the constant fluctuation in quality electro dance party music, itís hard to say what defines originality and talent. However, thereís no question that Corey Sleazemore rules two of the hottest electro parties in town, the free Wednesday night party Infatuation and the forever dancing Lights Down Low. Playing with acts like Boyz Noize and Simian Mobile Disco, his quick rise to fame is no surprise after hearing his party rockiní sets. Taking some time to let SF Station know about his style and local love, thereís no reason for one to miss his next party. More
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Last Night a DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Sep 1, 2009)
As a true native of the Bay Area, DJ Don Lynch has been getting crowds danciní ever since he was a young lad. With residencies at some of the classiest clubs in San Francisco and San Jose, his beats always manage to garner attention because of his ability to incorporate everything from 80s rock to indie grooves. Taking some time to sit down and chat with SF Station, the well-spoken Don Lynch shares his thoughts. More
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Last Night a DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Aug 25, 2009)
DJ Nisus has been blowing up the speakers of San Francisco for quite some time. With his dirty grimy electro beats to bass thumping rhythms, DJ Nisus gives loviní to all electronic music genres. With a recently released mix called Bass Grenade 3 and the support of big houses like Blasthaus, thereís nothing but good times in store for him. Talking some time to answer questions, DJ Nisus enlightens SF Station with tales of his journey. More
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Last Night a DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Aug 18, 2009)
Making vibrations with fresh beats in his home base of San Francisco to international gems like Paris and Tokyo, Eug has been making a name for himself ever since he touched turntables in '92. Currently holding monthly parties around San Francisco with his label Public Release with guest DJs such as Jacques Renault and Peanut Butter Wolf, Eug exemplifies how diversity and attention to aesthetic can lead the road to original success. Taking time off his busy schedule to share a few words of wisdom with SF Station, Eug tells us about his musical endeavors and whatís next for Public release. More
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Last Night A DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Aug 11, 2009)
A graduate student in cultural history by day and a DJ/music guru by night, Derrick Love is best known for being one of the founders of the long-standing super party Gemini Disco. With disco making a comeback and becoming more widely heard in all genres today, itís no wonder they will celebrate their three-year anniversary come September. Answering a few questions from SF Station, Derek shares his thoughts on disco and dance. More
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Last Night a DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Aug 4, 2009)
Fresh from their recent first live gig at Vessel which almost literally rocked the house, White Girl Lust, consisting of Eric Kozak and Clay Meador, has been busy at work with a new music video and tunes for their loyal and future fans. Infusing everything from disco to funk, their beats are original, full of rhythm and, most importantly, dance floor ready. Answering a few questions from SF Station, itís clear to see these two are bound for success and ready to conquer. More
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Last Night a DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Jul 28, 2009)
A true veteran of the Bay Area hip hop and music scene, DJ Sake One is a born and raised renaissance man, known to doing anything from community projects to opening up for big acts such as Mos Def or Kanye West. Whether itís soulful lounge tracks or bass-filled remixes, his talent and musical palate does not discriminate. Speaking with SF Station by phone, Sake One shares his wise words on hip hop, life, and music in the Bay. More
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Last Night a DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Jul 21, 2009)
Seen at all types of parties all over the San Francisco club scene, DJ An-ten-nae is a true San Francisco gem. With enough bass in his music to make your body thump and playing with names such as Diplo to The Glitch Mob, itís no wonder his parties are met with so much success and good times. Taking time out of the studio to speak with SF Station, An-ten-nae offers some whimsical wisdom and tells us a little about himself. More
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Last Night a DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Jul 7, 2009)
A resident DJ at the legendary QoŲl Happy Hour in San Francisco, Silencefiction has proven to be a multi-faceted DJ. With a plethora of collaborations and his very own record label, there is no doubt that he has worked very hard for his accomplishments. With techno sounds giving audiences new perspectives, one would be missing out without giving his grooves a listen. Taking time to humbly give SF Station some insight, Silencefiction tells us about his career. More
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Last Night A DJ Saved My Life
By Christina Li (Jun 30, 2009)
As one of the most dynamic DJs to come out of San Francisco, DJ Icon has graced the decks from NYC to London. Blazing the way for female DJs everywhere, she demonstrates that hard work and diligence in the DJ craft is what is truly important. Playing everything from her recognized breakbeat to dubstep, sheís always got a great crowd going and grooving to the beat. Answering some questions for SF Station, Icon gives us a glimpse into her jet-setter lifestyle. More
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