Two Kinds of Stupid Holiday Party: K.Flay

TIGERcat, DJs Brother Grimm And BAS

When
Fri Dec 10, 2010
Where
Rickshaw Stop
Time
Show @ 9pm
Cost
$10
Tags
Clubs, Music

Description

Two Kinds of Stupid Holiday Party:

Come celebrate the holidays with Two Kinds of Stupid! Dance to hot jams by DJs Brother Grimm and BAS, along with live sets by K.Flay and TIGERcat! Plus holiday drink specials, Xmas videos, and candy treats! Also, free mix CD to first 50 attendees!

"Three Kinds of Stupid has grown into one of the funnest and friendliest nights out on the San Francisco calendar. The Stupid DJs -- Caldridge, Brother Grimm, and BAS -- spin everything fun: radio hits, electrokitsch, French go-go, '80s throwbacks, novelty rap, and anything else that makes you wave your hands in the air. People drink, people dance, people occasionally hook up in the bathroom, and the whole thing goes down with a total absence of attitude. The cheap drinks, nifty props, and candy colors of the Rickshaw Stop set the mood; giveaways and prizes, most with high sugar content, keep the buzz going." -- Bay Guardian

"Well worth the evening of dancing our pants off to French hip-hop, mashed-up Michael Jackson and indie rock at a club." -- New York Times

K.Flay:
"So, you’re a cute-as-a-button Stanford grad with a penchant for poppy seed buns and Air Jordans. What’s your move? For K.Flay, it’s garnering the respect of Kid Cudi, Snoop Dogg and Asher Roth by rocking the mic with soul. Check her softshoe between lyrical verse and husky harmony on “2 Weak,” the pop jam we wished we had when we were cruising six deep in the CVS parking lot in our dad’s van. If you’re not bopping your head by the third key, you’re grumpy." --RCRDLBL

"Before stepping out into the world as a forward-thinking rapstress, Illinois-raised K.Flay whiled the hours away in the Stanford libraries. Which explains well her effortless versatility demonstrated on MASHed Potatoes, a mixtape where she spits rhymes over everything from The Gossip to the Black Eyed Peas. K.Flay’s eclectic approach to hip-hop–one that finds muses in NBA players and literary heroines alike–is what makes her one of the unlikelier names on the SXSW bill this year." --Crushable.com


TIGERcat:
Super sexy synth-pop and electro-dance from SF boy/girl band.

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Location

  1. Rickshaw Stop
    155 Fell St, San Francisco, CA