Play: Three, Jeno, Patrice Baumel

Event has passed (Sat Mar 2, 2013 - Sat Mar 2, 2013)
The Endup
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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.

Extended until 8am!


THREE (Hallucination, PLAY | NYC)
JENO (Wicked - The Void | SF)
PATRICE BAUMEL (EX | Netherlands)
NAVEEN G (listed | NYC)
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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

ARTISTS (bios on the way!)

PLAY is excited to announce the debut of the party's newest resident Three!!
Three, label head of Hallucination Limited, has held U.S. residencies at Twilo, Simon’s, BLKmarket Membership, and the groundbreaking NYC Robots parties. Aside from his natural ability on the decks, Three sets himself apart from the rest of the pack by presenting eclectic sounds with an open-minded attitude. From DJ sets to musical output, Three is often named checked as many a DJ’s DJ who has always leaned toward the cutting edge without losing touch with the roots of house and techno.

Fueled by an enigmatic nature, DJ Jenö has remained one of San Francisco’s most beloved and sought after DJs for over two decades. Developing a passionate love for music from an early age he spent several years as a punk musician & songwriter, before discovering djing and falling into the vibrant London warehouse party scene of the mid 80s. Once Acid House fever hit the UK, Jenö never looked back, becoming known for his heady Whoosh parties, and his involvement in the early days of the notorious Tonka Sound System.

Patrice Bäumel is a forward-thinking German audiovisual artist, dj and producer currently living in Amsterdam. Next to running his own free “EX” label, he is a resident at Trouw, one of Europe’s leading venues for electronic music. His early productions had about them a flowing, melodic, almost romantic touch best witnessed on his break-through single “Mutant Pop” or the follow-up “Just Electricity”. His later music navigated toward more outlandish territories using unconventional sound design and arrangement techniques. “Roar”, a beatless freak of a track, became one of the most polarising techno records in recent memory and was hated by many with the same passion as it was loved by others. Today, Bäumel's productions defy categorisation. They feel alien, unhinged, at times uncomfortable and anything but domesticated, celebrating in the pure, free spirit of electronic music. As of 2012, Patrice Bäumel extends his stage performance with a visual component, acknowledging the
need of today's crowds for a more expressive and engaging overall stage experience.

From minimal to progressive and everything in between, Naveen G’s releases reflect his DJing ability to adapt to the crowd or a headliner using his diverse range. Equally comfortable warming up a room properly or playing on his own deep into the night, Naveen has brought his unique and varied style to the unsuspecting dance floors across the world from South America to Asia, where they have learned to expect the unexpected. With an acclaimed show on Proton Radio, a steady string of releases for 2010 with past support from Sasha, John Digweed, Satoshi Tomiie, Hernan Cattaneo and others, as well as gigs alongside a wide range of DJs such as Danny Howells, Lee Burridge, Anja Schneider, Cassy, S.O.S., Spooky, Audiofly , Chris Fortier, Jonathan Lisle and many others in between, Naveen G continues to gain new followers among both DJs and clubgoers alike.


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