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:: Saturday, May 03, 2003
Party robots looking for the place to be tonight should look no further than Re-Volt, a techno-electro dance party at Amnesia in SF's Mission District. See resident DJs battle it out, and get a live performance by Cybrid to boot.
Cybrid live @ Re-Volt
853 Valencia Street
(between 19th & 20th)
$5 21+ w/ID, 10pm-3am
:: Thursday, May 01, 2003
If you downloaded the exclusive Miss Kittin mix last month, you can now download and print the official CD cover, courtesy of misskittin.net.
:: Tuesday, April 29, 2003
It's that time of year here in SF where the fun never stops! Hot on the heels of last week's festivities are two more you'll want to mark on your calendar.
First up is this Friday, May 2nd - it's an all night party with Holland's Disco Militia; Legowelt, Orgue Electronique, Bangkok Impact featuring Kassen and DJ TLR at the Bunker/Crème Tour. It's being hosted by Anna and Matt from Echolation + Trouble, and video artist extraordinaire girLie8.tv a.k.a. Stacey Van Buskirk. There's a limited number of tickets available, and presales are being gobbled up. It's sure to be a fun night so hurry - get your tickets here.
Then on Wednesday May 7th don't miss Adult., Magas and Ghost Orchids at Bottom of the Hill. Not only is it assured to be a blast, but our very own Cat (DJ and SF Fashionista) will be performing backup vocals for this limited SF-LA run. Don't miss out. If you don't already have tickets buy them at the Bottom of the Hill box office.
:: Monday, April 28, 2003
What a weekend! Of course I'm referring to last Friday's sold-out Fischerspooner show at the Fillmore, and its affiliated events. It drew San Francisco scenesters like moth to flame, young and old, everyone from 80's retro-robots to flamboyant fashion slaves to art-world denizens that included Jeffrey Deitch, whose Soho gallery helped launch Fischerspooner's career.
It started Thursday night pre-partying with Casey, Warren, Lizzie and the rest of the band, and DJ extraordinaire Tommie Sunshine and pretty much didn't end until Sunday night with a fantastic nightcap performance by Berlin duo Stereo Total. But enough of the commentary, check it out for yourself with incriminating evidence captured by yours truly here (be patient, the pop-up loads 2MB of photos).