DJ / Producer Mark Farina is known for his unique style of mixing Jazz, Downtempo and House Music as well as being the creator of Mushroom Jazz.
SEVEN DAVIS JR.
Sev is an internationally loved Vocalist, Producer and occasional DJ with supporters from all ages, lifestyles and genres.
Growing up Sev was heavily inspired by a wide range of artists and musicians from Sammy Davis Jr to Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson to Prince, Sly & The Family Stone to The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix to Burt Bacharach and more. Gospel, Funk, House and underground Hip Hop were strong influences as well.
Since 3 years old Sev began professional training as a gospel and jazz vocalist while living between Northern California and Texas. Eventually he matured into Acid Jazz and R&B styled vocals. During that period Sev also began studying production of various genres.
Sev furthered his experience working as a background singer in the gospel, independent and mainstream industry. He also worked behind the scenes providing ghostwriting, ghost vocals and ghost production until deciding to pursue his own solo career permanently. Eventually Sev moved to London where he learned to DJ in Gilles Peterson’s label basement.
Between 2012 to 2016 Sev collaborated with other artists like Steve Spacek, Hot Chip, Fourtet, Electric Wire Hustle, Funkineven, Julio Bashmore, Osunlade, Honey Dijon, Metronomy ft Robyn, Mono/Poly & Thundercat, Mark Farina & more.
He has also contributed various mixes and podcasts over time to popular radio and music media sources worldwide including BBC, Red Bull, Fact Mag, Okayplayer and others. He also hosts a monthly underground show on Pioneer DJ Radio (Ibiza) called “New Kids In The Club”.
Sev signed to Ninja Tune records from 2014 to 2016 until he left to start his own imprint titled “Secret Angels”, and now lives in Los Angeles California. In 2017 Sev is focusing on upcoming releases for his label and will briefly tour his sophomore album “Live From The Other Side” with live band at select venues.
Homero Espinosa began spinning records as DJ Huey in the Bay Area since the early 90’s, quickly finding a niche in the underground rave scene. He easily rose to prominence as one of the few rave DJ’s playing true underground house music in a scene overwhelmed by trance and European pop-dance music. Along the way, Homero forged a working relationship with fellow Bay Area DJ and producer Allen Craig, which resulted in Yerba Buena Discos, a DJ and music-production cooperative.