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Short of funds post Xmas? How does 10 house DJs for the price of none sound?

Wednesday, Dec 24 2003
Clubbing doesn't always stay firmly on the agenda when post-holiday pockets have a higher lint-to-cash ratio than normal, yet active local promoter the Flavor Group still wants you to come out and dance, and is making it hard to say no with its "Holiday 2X4 Sessions." This free event will be packed to the gills with solid talent from several different reliable S.F. party crews taking turns on the decks in a holiday tag-team session, in which two DJs will mix simultaneously through the use of four turntables. Galen and Solar from Pacific Sound may be the most well-known here, but the other teams -- Nikola Baytala and Kwai LeChief from S.W.A.T., X-Men Project's Michael Tello and Flavor's Gilad Gershoni, Audible Colors' Sammy D and Buzz 'n' Fly Records' Justin Martin, and Guthrie and Shane One from the Fool -- bring comparable skills. Expect a double dose of house music and related party jams on Saturday, Dec. 27, beginning at 9 p.m. and continuing well into the wee hours at the DNA Lounge, 375 11th St. (at Folsom), S.F. Call 626-1409 for more info or go to

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