Dub Mission presents 100% Positive: a night of Afro-Carribean dance riddims
with DJ Sep (Dub Mission) & Yungg Trip (Flex Up Crew)
spinning Dancehall, Tropical Bass, Cumbia, Remixes, Hip Hop & more
at Elbo Room - 647 Valencia Street - San Francisco
10 pm-2 am - 21+ - 415-552-7788
$6 Advance at https://www.eventbrite.com
Come through and dance away 2017. Amen.
Producer and dj Yungg Trip has honed a unique talent of always having his finger on the pulse of where popular music is headed. Yungg Trip’s new genre bending music production and original DJ stems from his background of growing up listening to and working with different types of music. With a heavy Caribbean influence from childhood paired with his father’s massive American record collection, Trip was immersed in a pressure cooker of music, culture and dance from a early age. As a producer, Yungg Trip has found a way to seamlessly blend a perfect balance of Electronic Music with Dancehall, Trap, and other Afro-Caribbean rhythms together into one. His debut single “Murdera” ft. Bounty Killer was featured on Diplo and Friends, Generation Bass, Vice/Noisy, while his follow up singles have been steadily making appearances in the Top Ten “Future Dancehall” Charts and receiving support from DJ’s worldwide. Although he has been DJing and touring with a well-known crew for nearly a decade under a different name, “Yungg Trip” made his performance debut with a West Coast Tour in early 2016. During his live sets Yungg Trip features his own original tracks, exclusive remixes, hot joints from his label mates from the Flex Up Crew collective, and revamped party anthems.
DJ Sep is the founder, promoter, and main resident DJ at Dub Mission. Now 21 years strong, Dub Mission is one of the longest-running parties in the world. Voted Bay Area's Best Reggae Club four times in five years, Dub Mission has featured artists from all over the world, including The Scientist, Mad Professor & the Ariwa Sound System, Mungo's Hi Fi with Soom T and Solo Banton, Adrian Sherwood & the ON-U Sound System, Tippa Irie and Saxon Sound System, Prince Fatty Sound System, Jahdan Blakkamoore, Zion Train, Twilight Circus Dub Sound System, DJ Vadim and many others. For 22 years, Sep was also on Bay Area radio: first on the highly-influential college station, KUSF and later at Berkeley’s public radio station, KPFA. She's the co-compiler of Babylon Is Ours: The USA in Dub, a collection of all-exclusive American dub tracks (Select Cuts Records) and co-producer (with Jason Short) of "Get Your Dub Wet" remixes (Daly City Records). Sep has won a Goldie Award (Bay Guardian) and been nominated for Best DJ (SF Weekly Music Awards). She has spun in London, Vancouver, Tijuana, New York, Washington DC, Miami, Portland, Seattle, and Los Angeles and has opened for the likes of Sly & Robbie, Lee “Scratch” Perry, The Wailers, Culture, Big Youth, Les Nubians, Rachid Taha, Kinky, and many others.