With 4/20 behind us and Cinco De Mayo in rapid approach, this coming weekend exists as a kind of placid middle ground. Normally that might be considered a bad thing when it comes to partying, but pros know that now is the right time to get out and enjoy the city at its best. And, to help you come to ... More >>
Citing influences from some of the Bay Area's best known DJs, like Q Bert, Mix Master Mike, and Apollo, local DJ E-Rock's career began at the age of 12, when he learned to mix Poor Righteous Teachers "Shakiyla and Sway" into King Tech's Bum "Rush The Sound" at a friend's house. While his peers were ... More >>
Developing a feverish obsession with record collecting at a young age, DJ and producer Shawn Ryan traveled the world record hunting and only began DJing when friends demanded to hear his extensive collection. While early on, his primary interests were punk and hip-hop, he later moved on to collect d ... More >>
A few years back, Dmitri SFC's studio had been robbed, his girlfriend of seven years had left him, and he was depressed.
"I needed more gear to make music again for my own sanity," says the DJ, producer, and poster child for Groove, the 2000 movie about the San Francisco rave scene. He didn't have ... More >>
Once a member of indie dance group LA Riots, Jon Pegnato, aka Hot Mouth, hasn't seen any drop-off in activity since going solo -- he's playing residencies in Vegas, recording a new EP, and keeping a full schedule of fun in between. Breaking away from the LA Riots sound, Pegnato has become known for ... More >>
Is it easy being Green? In the case of DJ Green B, we'd have to say yes. The positive-thinking Boston transplant has been broadcasting her love for Jamaican music (and deep bass) from the Mission to the Western Addition and Potero Hill. She says that although dudes are still surprised to see a woman ... More >>