Listed and The EndUp present

Play: No Regular Play live, Butane

Bells & Whistles, Alex Blackstock

When
Sat Jun 1, 2013
Where
The Endup
Time
10pm - 6am
Cost
$15 - $20
Tags
Clubs, Music
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Description

listed & The EndUp present:
PLAY - the first Saturday of every month.

PLAY is a party series best described as recess for adults. It's all the fun you aren't supposed to be having because you're supposedly a grown up now. With all the kids you shouldn't hang out with, but they're too much fun not to. And all the music that makes you glad you’ve grown up – just a little. The bells have rung. It's time to PLAY.


On the PLAYGROUND:

NO REGULAR PLAY [LIVE] {Wolf + Lamb}
BUTANE {Alphahouse, Little Helpers, Crosstown Rebels}
BELLS & WHISTLES {Four Sweaters, As You Like It | SF]
ALEX BLACKSTOCK {Less is More I SF }


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Doors open at 10 with free entry before 11pm!

Drink specials till 1AM!
$5 Stoli (all flavors)
$3 Jeremiah Weed Peach Sweet Tea Vodka
$5 Tattoo Spiced Rum

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Ticketing Information:
http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx


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ARTISTS


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BUTANE

BIO - Coming soon!

WEB
https://www.facebook.com/butane.alphahouse

DISCOGRAPHY
http://www.discogs.com/artist/butane

SOUNDCLOUD
https://soundcloud.com/litttlehelpers4djs

RA
http://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/butane


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BIO
NO REGULAR PLAY

"No Regular Play are a duo equally at home in the rehearsal rooms of Julliard as in the main room of Fabric. Emotive and unapologetically organic, their fluid approach unites more than a lifetime of influences.

Their impressive live show, which features Paulus’ inimitable trumpet and vocals alongside DeBruyn’s masterful manipulation of the rhythm and soundscapes bridges the gap between the indie arena and the heartbeat of the dancefloor.

Greg Paulus has also released solo material on Double Standard Records and Wolf + Lamb, respectively. He has worked and toured with critically acclaimed indie band Beirut and, more recently, Matthew Dear’s live band over the past two years. The duo still watches over the infamous Marcy Hotel, and tour regularly performing their incredible live sets at some of the world’s most cutting-edge clubs." - RA


WEB
http://www.facebook.com/noregularplay

VIDEO
http://www.youtube.com/embed/CS17vmYvWyI

RA
http://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/noregularplay

SOUNDCLOUD
http://soundcloud.com/noregularplay

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BIO

BELLS & WHISTLES [Four Sweaters, As You Like It | SF]
Since their 2008 arrival in San Francisco, Yanick Rieffel and Zack Yakovlev have been cutting their teeth and building a dedicated following as the playful, yet casually sexy duo, Bells & Whistles. Exploring the deeper and often unique end of house music, they’ve curated a host of events, from the now infamous Dresscode party to their monthly at 222 Hyde. The guys have shared the decks late into the night with many budding international acts and old skool heavy hitters alike. To catch them in their element would be to find them playing funky and chunky tunes at intimate locations in the depths of the city’s underground scene.

For two years now, Yanick and Zack have been dedicatedly producing a wide-range of music from the home studio they share and in 2012 released a remix of Reckon’s “Fly and Drive” for Mioli Music. They also recently remixed Jason Short’s “Low Down Dirty Shame” on Thoughtless Music that has been heavily featured on XLR8R. On January 27th, Bells & Whistles launched Four Sweaters, their latest creative outlet, to support forward-thinking dance music and visual art. The launch party, hosted at Monarch featured the debut of Suol Records in San Francisco. Bells & Whistles possess a brother-like collaboration, both on the decks and in the studio, for crafting low-slung grooves and the ability to shape the vibe of any party. With the launching of Four Sweaters, 2013 promises to be a bigger year for the boys from San Diego, so keep your eyes and ears open as Bells & Whistles continue to develop their sound and new project, one party at a time.

WEB
http://www.facebook.com/FourSweaters

RA
http://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/bellswhistles

SOUNDCLOUD & DISCOGRAPHY
https://soundcloud.com/bellsandwhistlesmusic

Jason Short – “Low Down Dirty Shame” (Bells & Whistles Remix) [Thoughtless Music]
http://www.xlr8r.com/mp3/2013/01/low-down-dirty-shame-bells-whist

Reckon - "Fly and Drive" (Bells & Whistles Remix) [Mioli Music] http://www.beatport.com/track/fly-and-drive-bells-and-whistles-remix/3424136


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BIO

ALEX BLACKSTOCK {Less is More I SF}

Alex Blackstock combines precision-cut techno grooves with intricate sounds and subtle basslines, bringing 'sexy minimal' to the dance music soundscape.

After honing his take on the German minimal tradition in Berlin, Blackstock founded the monthly San Francisco underground Less Is More in early 2012, where he began importing the sound to the Bay Area. Though the fun-loving and melodic influences of deep house are ever present in his style, his monthly remains focused on the texture and rhythmic constructions of minimal techno heard in the endless undergrounds of Berlin.

SOUNDCLOUD
https://soundcloud.com/asblackstock/ab020-matter-waves-1

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  1. The Endup
    401 Sixth Street, San Francisco, CA