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Photos: Kill the Noise at Regency Ballroom

Photos: Kill the Noise at Regency Ballroom

Looking at the bikini count at the Regency Ballroom for Kill the Noise and 12th Planet on Saturday, one could be confused into thinking it was some sort of futuristic beach party.

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Aeroplane Brings French House, Balearic beat to Mezzanine

Aeroplane Brings French House, Balearic beat to Mezzanine

Italian-Belgian producer Vito De Luca is set to deliver a night French house and Balearic beat at Mezzanine on March 9. We spoke with him about growing up in Belgium and his latest projects.

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Photos: XXYYXX at Noise Pop

Photos: XXYYXX at Noise Pop

One of many sold-out Noise Pop Festival shows over the past week, 17-year-old XXYYXX brought a crowd of young admirers to DNA Lounge for a party with Teebs and local producer Nanosaur.

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Photos: DJ Carnage at Trap City

Photos: DJ Carnage at Trap City

The Trap City monthly party returned Saturday with a packed house for LA producer DJ Carnage at F8.

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Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs Returns to SF Friday

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs Returns to SF Friday

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (or TEED, for short) arrives at Mighty on Friday with upbeat house and jungle music.

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Photos: Feed Me With Teeth at Regency Ballroom

Photos: Feed Me With Teeth at Regency Ballroom

While Swedish House Mafia was holding court for five nights at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, a few blocks away, Feed Me With Teeth drew big crowds with a two-night dance party at the Regency Ballroom.

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Review: Swedish House Mafia ‘One Last Tour’ in San Francisco

Review: Swedish House Mafia ‘One Last Tour’ in San Francisco

At the top of their game, Swedish House Mafia kicked off their farewell tour, “One Last Tour,” Wednesday with a massive party at Bill Graham Civic center. With an entire wall of the arena covered with screens, lights and a DJ console probably unmatched by…

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