FreeDub & Opel Present

DJ Pierre!

the Godfather of Acid

When
Fri Mar 8, 2013
Where
F8 | 1192 Folsom
Time
8:00pm - Late
Cost
$10 - $15
Tags
Electronic Music, Clubs, Breaks/Drum 'n Bass, DJ's, Music, House Music, Techno

Description

Taking over F8 - 1192 Folsom on Friday March 8th is a double team with monthly promoter FreeDub and San Francisco staple Opel presenting a true EDM legend - DJ Pierre. Not many DJ’s can tout the claim for starting a genre of music, but DJ Pierre is one of the coveted few, the one and only, “Godfather of Acid House.”

FreeDub and Opel’s March 8th show with DJ Pierre has a little something for everyone among the lineup. In the main room showing support for DJ Pierre is Syd Gris of Opel & Opulent Temple, Jonboy one of the FreeDub founders and Daniel Yanov from Hidden Measure. To be certain to satisfy all your musical tastes FreeDub and Opel have some of SF’s favorite breakbeat DJ’s - Billy Seal of Opulent Temple, Loryn from First Base and Kimba of Opel and Delta Nine.


DJ PIERRE aka THE GODFATHER OF ACID presented by FreeDub and Opel

F8 at 1192 Folsom
Friday, March 8, 2013
8p-late

Main Room:
DJ PIERRE (Afroacid.com)
Syd Gris (Opel/Opulent Temple)
Jonboy (FreeDub)
Daniel Yanov (Hidden Measure)

Back Room:
Loryn (First Base)
Billy Seal (Opulent Temple)
Kimba (Opel / Delta Nine)

Artwork by Chris Fabbri

1st Level Presales at $10
http://djpierre.eventbrite.com/

Door $15

DJ PIERRE BIO:

Pierre’s importance to modern dance music can’t be overstated. Not many artists in the history of dance music can list Carl Cox, Diesel (X-Press 2), Junior Vasquez, Danny Tenaglia, Michael Mayer (Kompakt Records), Bob Sinclar, and Tom Stephan (Superchumbo) as fans. Not many can claim responsibility for helping kick start the careers of Felix Da Housecat and Roy Davis Jr. Not many can lay claim to giving birth to a genre (Acid House) and pioneering a sound that had the whole world dancing and imitating for over fifteen years.

As a founding member of Chicago group Phuture with Spanky and Herb J, the trio’s 1986 single ‘Acid Trax’ didn’t mark the first use of the Roland TB-303′s bass sound in dance music, but it did mark its most significant, setting a template for Acid House that Pierre and Phuture would develop on tracks like "Dream Girl" and "Your Only Friend".

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Location

  1. F8 | 1192 Folsom
    1192 Folsom, San Francisco, CA