Are you planing to spend upcoming weekend in San Francisco? The is a lot of things going on in the city right now, so for sure you will find something in your taste. Here you will find the list of the parties worth to go!
Honey Soundsystempresents Rødhåd at Audio, 9:30 p.m.-4 a.m. Saturday, July 4.
This appearance is Rødhåd’s first in San Francisco, and he is joined by all the Honey Soundsystem residents — internationally renowned selectors in their own right. Join Honey and celebrate American independence in the best way possible — by freaking out on a crowded dancefloor.
Gray Area presents Michna, Ametsub, and Nicola Cruz at Gray Area Art + Technology Theatre, 8:30 p.m.-1 a.m. Thursday, July 2.
Michna leans on a generous amount of melodic technoid flavor, resulting in a refreshingly earnest hybrid of retro-rooted synthpop and futuristic electronica. Ametsub, an artist based in Japan who will be making his American live debut at this performance, works in a similarly minor-key mood, but where Michna has gone techno and a bit pop, Ametsub remains in a hip-hop mode with a dreamy, jazzy influence. Ecuadorian artist Nicola Cruz, whose work melds Latin rhythms and textures with modern bass music, will be opening the night.
Club Rude at Underground SF, 9 p.m.-2 a.m. Friday, July 3.
San Francisco gets a lot of big-time DJs and electronic musicians coming through — we’re blessed to have some of the best dance music on offer in the United States, on any given weekend. Nevertheless, sometimes the most magical nights in this city are the small ones, when a few local DJs get together and throw a party just for the hell of it (and the love of music, naturally). Club Rude is a concept put together by a couple local DJs that focuses on a feeling, an attitude, and not a specific genre. Expect to hear some post-punk, some industrial, some disco, some acid house, some electro, and everything else in between.
As You Like It featuring The Black Madonna and more at Monarch, 9:30 p.m.-4 a.m. Friday, July 3.
Just a few short years ago, The Black Madonna’s name might have been unfamiliar to many fans of underground dance music. While she has long since been active in various capacities in the Midwestern rave scene, it wasn’t until she launched her Black Madonna alias in 2011 — and shortly thereafter became the creative director at Smart Bar, Chicago’s premiere house and techno club — that the world began to take notice of her DJ sets, which seamlessly hop from disco to Chicago house to spaced-out techno and back again.
Go BANG! featuring Jimmy DePre at The Stud, 9 p.m.-3 a.m. Saturday, July 4. Free before 10 p.m.
Is there any music more quintessentially American than disco? That’s a rhetorical question, but the point stands — disco is as American as apple pie, hairy chests, and fireworks. And the latest edition of Go BANG! happens to fall on July 4. Which means celebrating Independence Day with a disco soundtrack, of course.
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