Dax and Public Works present

Re-Entry: Ryan Crosson, Pezzner, Sammy D, Future Boogie

Dax Lee, Anthony Mansfield, Josh Vincent

When
Sat Sep 7, 2013
Where
Public Works
Time
9:30pm - 3:30am
Cost
$10 - $20
Tags
Clubs, Music
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Description

Dax Presents & Public Works welcome you for some post-playa shenanigans

RE: ENTRY

with

RYAN CROSSON - Visionquest

PEZZNER - Freerange

FUTURE BOOGIE - Dave Harvey UK - SF premiere!!

SAMMY D - PillowTalk DJ Set

DAX LEE - Nexus

ANTHONY MANSFIELD - Disco Knights, Green Gorilla Lounge

JOSH VINCENT - Heart Deco

2 rooms extravaganza!

Funktion One Sound (main room)

Get the $10 presales while you can!


> > Ryan Crosson

Ryan Crosson makes house and techno inspired by the historical precedent set in his native city of Detroit and his adopted hometown of Berlin. His musical output is shaped by pioneering artists like Richie Hawtin, Kevin Saunderson and Moodymann in the US, in addition to European heavyweights like Pantytec, Ricardo Villalobos, and Thomas Brinkmann. Situated loosely between these two defining poles, alongside his partners in Visionquest: Shaun Reeves, Seth Troxler and Lee Curtiss, Ryan delivers a obsessive attention to the constant progression of his sound and embodies a ceaseless energy that carries itself from the studio directly into his live set and DJ performances. Whether it’s solo in the studio or as a guiding hand in the Visionquest label and DJ/production partnership, Ryan consistently chooses to steer away from the predictable circuit of so-called “underground” club hits, instead favouring a process of constant renewal, returning both to early influential material and to emerging sounds that depart from well-trodden trends. As a key member of Visionquest, Ryan is responsible for much of the concepting and day to day running of what has rapidly become one of dance music’s most cherished new labels. Between them, Ryan and his partners in Visionquest have honed a whole new landscape of lush, organic techno and more esoteric leftfield electronica, gambling against the predicable to introduce emerging talent like Tale Of Us, Maceo Plex, Footprinz, Laura Jones and Mathew Burton to the record buying public. Their efforts were rewarded when their label was voted number seven in Resident Advisor’s 2011 label poll, no mean feat given that it’s back catalogue has only recently hit double digits.


> > Pezzner

Pezzner’s own work could be said to be more serious, with an abstract artistic sensibility, lofty percussive themes and intentions to create hypnotic soundscapes for the body as well as the brain. His ‘The Tracks Are Alive’ album on Freerange is a 13-track walk-through of his organic sounding style, in full dance-floor mode traversing with ease between disco, house and techno. Beatportal wax lyrical how it ‘blows like a cool breeze through the stale air of a market crowded with by-the-numbers deep house’ and Resident Advisor note the “rising, sizzling dub effects” of his ‘Blacklist’ release, adding ‘a steeliness to his refined contours’.
Club shows abound not only in Europe, where he is now a regular touring DJ, Pezzner’s music has moved the dance floors of some of the most renowned venues including Space Ibiza, Rex Club in Paris, Turin’s Gamma Club, Trouw Amsterdam, Cielo New York, and Chicago’s famed Smartbar.

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Location

  1. Public Works
    161 Erie Street , San Francisco, CA