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Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Watch: DJ Turns the Sounds of Mission Food Favorites Like Bi-Rite and Tartine Into Music

Posted By on Wed, Jun 25, 2014 at 9:03 AM

click to enlarge The face (and sounds!) of Bi-Rite ecstasy
  • The face (and sounds!) of Bi-Rite ecstasy

Who says good food is the enemy of local music? Local DJ/producer Edgar Camago took musical inspiration from some of the Mission's favorite calorie dealers, like Bi-Rite Ice Cream, Tartine, Craftsman and Wolves, and Ritual. He visited, recorded the sounds of the places, added a few chords of his own, and combined it all into this loving ode to the culinary delights of San Francisco. "I filmed and captured the natural melodic sounds of coffee being made, ice cream being scooped, and food being prepared," Camago writes. It's a pretty adorable tone poem, although one that's likely to make you very hungry. Watch:

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