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King Most’s Top 5 Summer Jams of 2013

King Most’s Top 5 Summer Jams of 2013

A regular player in San Francisco’s party scene, DJ King Most can be found working dance floors across the Bay Area—usually multiple times a week—with regular trips to rock parties in LA in between. We caught up with him to find out what Summer Jams are keeping him moving this summer.

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

Still moving slow after New Years Eve? Dance it off with great local DJs as well as a few notable out-of-towners in the club this weekend.

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

The holidays are quickly approaching, giving even more reason why celebrating with friends on the city’s dancefloors is the best option for your weekend.

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DJ Q&A: Rich Medina

DJ Q&A: Rich Medina

A well respected pioneer among the hip hop, funk, and soul community, Rich Medina is not only a DJ but also a poet, journalist and more. The legendary tastemaker mans the turntables at SOM on November 26.

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

The weekend between Treasure Island craziness and Halloween madness packs quite a punch as well, with big names hitting the Bay Area along with as some laid back, cheap events!

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

While everyone’s away in the playa, the Bay Area will still party hard with a lengthy list of solid dance events for your weekend including Kreayshawn’s afterparty, a one-of-a-kind Blow Up Forever night at The Factory, and a steamy R&B dance night on Sunday!

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Weekend Club Events

Weekend Club Events

From hip-hop legends to leaders of the new school,  five parties to take your weekend to the max.

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Where to Dance This Weekend

Where to Dance This Weekend

Get out your red, white, and blue to celebrate the long holiday weekend on Indepen-DANCE floors across the Bay Area.

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