Greg Zifcak

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    December 17, 2012

    The 10 Best Bay Area Electronic Records of 2012

    Two-thousand-twelve was an especially good year for electronic dance music in the Bay Area. Local club culture is experiencing a full-on renaissance that's bringing a whole new group of producers, labels, and promoters pushing exciting new sounds. There's a lot of stuff out there to choose from, but ... More >>

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    February 22, 2012

    Signal to Noise: 10 Tracks from Forward-Thinking Local Producers

    San Francisco hasn't exactly been a hotbed of activity for cutting-edge dance music in the past 10 years. The city still has a ways to go, but the past year or so has seen the rise of a crop of producers that are breathing new life into the Bay Area music scene. Here are 10 tracks from local produce ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 6, 2012

    Lost in the Night: Haçeteria Keeps the Cool Kids Happy

    Haçeteria presents Breath Control Deco Lounge Feb. 4, 2012 Better than: The term "hipster house." What is it about the past that's so attractive? For as long as pop music has been around, previous iterations of youth culture have been an important part of it. Yet, for all the past's constant pres ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 2, 2012

    Weekend Parties: 222 Hyde Reopens, DJ Hell at Public Works, Martin Buttrich at Mighty, and Haçeteria at Deco

    We hope you had a refreshing time working all week, because this weekend's going to be hectic. It almost doesn't seem fair, does it? Just when you thought you had time to relax, the city's summerish winter nights begin calling you with their siren-like promises of good times, good tunes, and other g ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 22, 2011

    The 10 Best Bay Area Electronic Records of 2011

    The year 2011 ought to be remembered fondly by fans of the Bay Area's electronic music scene. It was a year when the stars seemed to align and the city's nightlife seemed to explode around the arrival of new venues that cater specifically to the desires of dancers and partygoers. With these venues c ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 15, 2010

    Die Antwoord, Gutwrench, Rank/Xerox, Free SF MOMA Admission and More

    Jillian WestRank/Xerox plays the Hemlock this Sunday with Toys That Kill​You have two major choices this weekend -- high art or low art. There's free museum admission and frolicking dancers. Or grimy South African rap and San Francisco crust punk. Whatever you choose, take comfort in knowing it wa ... More >>

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