Play: Daniel Bell, Aril Brikha, Rich Korach

Sat May 4, 2013
The Endup
10pm - 6am
$15 - $20
Clubs, Music
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listed & The EndUp present:
PLAY - the first Saturday of every month.

PLAY is a party series best described as recess for adults. It's all the fun you aren't supposed to be having because you're supposedly a grown up now. With all the kids you shouldn't hang out with, but they're too much fun not to. And all the music that makes you glad you’ve grown up – just a little. The bells have rung. It's time to PLAY.


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Doors open at 10 with free entry before 11pm!

Drink specials till 1AM!
$5 Stoli (all flavors)
$3 Jeremiah Weed Peach Sweet Tea Vodka
$5 Tattoo Spiced Rum

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PLAY is very excited to announce Daniel Bell as our headliner for May. Bell has been producing and DJing since the early 90's, after having spent most of his time before that playing in bands. He established himself as a DJ when he moved to Detroit, releasing a plethora of underground hits on Accelerate and 7th City that rocketed him to the world stage. With more than two decades of driving tech-house at his fingertips. Bell’s finesse within the realm of house & techno is not to be missed.


Aril Brikha has flirted with the likes of minimal, techno and deep house since he was a teenager growing up in Sweden. With the release of his album, Departure in Time, Brikha showcased his skills as a producer, combining ambient synths with grooving bass lines, while channeling some heavy Detroit vibes. He's released tracks on Transmat, Kompakt and Fragile and we're excited to welcome him to PLAY for a live set and a host of jams that will take you long into the night.


In 2008, Rich moved to San Francisco to thwart the cold winters of Detroit and live in one of the most diverse and beautiful cities in America. Since then, his performances in the Bay Area underground have caused quite the stir, resulting in a residency with promotions powerhouse As You Like It (AYLI) and a steadily increasing demand for performances. He has played alongside a wealth of artists, including Tiger and Woods, Deniz Kurtel, Lee Burridge, Matthias Tanzmann, Guillaume & the Coutu Dumonts, Walker Bernard, Christina Chatfield, Mike Huckaby, Steffi and Lee Curtiss – and that was just 2011. To say Rich Korach’s sound is an instant classic is understood to those who’ve become converts to his shows. His is an insatiable appetite for the unexpected, which makes watching his next move upward and onward such a joy.


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