Point Break Live! is set to return to San Francisco, beginning a limited run at the DNA Lounge on November 1. The hilarious stage show sets to recreate Kathryn Bigelow’s 1991 cult hit Point Break, starring Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze, in a live theater…
Los Angeles natives Danl Goodman and Ian Johnson, known together as gLAdiator, return to San Francisco for a show at DNA Lounge on August 30. Their complementary eclectic tastes are essentially a twist of trap, electro and house.
Bootie celebrated 10-years of mashups in San Francisco with a packed party at DNA Lounge featuring A Plus D, Smash-Up Derby vs. Hubba Hubba Revue, Glitterazzi and more over the weekend.
With a bio like this, we couldn’t resist checking out Cynical Mass with The Vile, Augury, Flesh Industry and Black Gradient at DNA lounge: “Drawn together on a toxic island, Cynical Mass is the creative union of several twisted-minded individuals, borrowing influences from various electronic styles…”
Voted “Best Dance Club” for eight years in a row, Bootie SF calls itself the greatest mashup party. Held every weekend during the summer at DNA Lounge, the party hosts Gliterazzi every third Saturday of the month. We spoke with Glitterazzi producer and DJ Meikee Magnetic about…
With the recent excitement over Daft Punk’s new album Random Access Memories, but still no word on a tour to support the release, DNA Lounge stoked the buzz over the weekend with One More Time, a tribute to the French production duo.
Prince will perform four shows at DNA Lounge in April.
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.
Los Angeles based ,via Syndey, DJ and producer Plastic Plates will bring is electro disco style to Blow Up this Friday at the DNA Lounge.
Now you can party all night and then get your morning pick-me-up all at the same place. DNA Pizza (the restaurant section of DNA Lounge) in the SoMa is offering up free coffee for the entire month of February.
New clubs popping up in SF are bringing hot DJs to town while old favorites are still keeping it real with the dance makers. Electro, bass, dubstep and a little Talking Heads to round out the weekend.