Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Nightvision feat. EUG and Sleazemore ::: Thursday May 20th ::: Harlot


Dj, Label Director and Designer, Eugene or better known as Eug has been heavily involved within both the design and music worlds for well over a decade now. Having started out Dj'ing in the early 90's, he eventually collected his musical efforts under the "Public Release" label / project umbrella in 1999. Through Public Release, he has released over a dozen mix CDs which have sold at key shops such as Colette, I Heart, the Reed Space and aNYthing. This limited CD series has featured the exclusive artwork of world renowned artists such as Evan Hecox and Parra, and has led to coverage from magazines such as L'Officiel Homme, Arkitip, Nylon, and many others.

Holding down the FACE monthly in SF, and frequently dj'ing in LA, NY and Tokyo, Eug has had the opportunity to play at an extremely wide variety of events. From high production Dom Perignon launch / press events, to the underground BlackDisco parties of LA, to also creating an exclusive in-store mix for the recently launched Chanel Beauty Shop in Tokyo. His unique sound manages to combine the likes of psych, rock, post punk, disco, house, and other vital sounds from the fringe.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Nightvision :: Thursday April 15th :: STILL GOING & LAVELLE DUPREE


Still Going arrived on the scene with the now classic "Still Going Theme." The single captivated listeners with its anthemic energy and quickly became a dance floor staple. With the release of "Spaghetti Circus," Olivier "Liv" Spencer and Eric "Dunks" Duncan cement their reputation for creating compelling dance music.

Still Going has produced a steady stream of remixes for an impressive roster of musicians, including The Presets, Doves, Chk Chk Chk, Crazy P, Force of Nature and Low Motion Disco. They've also been busy with their respective DJ project; Dunks with the infamous duo Rub-N-Tug and Liv as one half of dance favorites House of House. On the heels of these numerous endeavors, Still Going have managed to return with a stellar new release -- "Spaghetti Circus." The title track, pairs rubbery bass with trance-inducing waves of swooning, orchestral keys and dramatic piano. The B-Side, "Untitled Love," changes the mood, settling comfortably into a space-ious, swaggering mid-tempo groove.

Still Going currently split their time touring in support of their latest release and in production for their next 12" and new remix projects.


Voted San Diego’s best house DJ, Lavelle has been blowing up dance floors for over 9 years. Whether he’s rocking a crowd of 600 or 6,000, Lavelle grabs you from the moment he gets on the tables and doesn’t spit you back ‘till he’s exhausted you at the end of his set. He can be heard spinning progressive, deep funky house and high-energy trance. He loves to unite a party playing the music he loves. He has shared the stage with such greats as Paul Oakenfold, Carl Cox, Tall Paul, Donald Glaude, Christopher Lawrence, & DJ Dan. In a nutshell...a body moving experience not to be missed.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Nightvision :: Thursday, February 18th :: Jacques Renault plus Sleazemore & Derrick Love @ HARLOT -- 46 Minna St

Jacques Renault was a post-punk Washington, D.C. native who moved to Chicago in 1997 to continue his studies of viola, but in turn got an education in dance music. Tapping into the well established Drum n' Bass scene, he held a residency at Smart Bar and became a buyer at the legendary Gramaphone Records. This broad, raw exposure to House lead him straight back to the classics of Disco and to its heart, New York City, where he landed in 2002.

As a DJ, Jacques
has held residencies at New York's famed venues Happy Endings, APT, Tribeca Grand and 205 Club, and has been a guest around the globe in venues like Tokyo's Womb, Rio's D-edge and London's Plastic People. With his remixes, edits, original tracks and collaborative project RUNAWAY, he has released music on internationally acclaimed New York labels DFA, Chinatown, RVNG INTL, Italians Do It Better, Editions Disco, and Wurst, as well as Tokyo's Mule Musiq, Parisian imprint I'm A Cliché and London/Berlin's Rekids. Along with launching his own label On The Prowl with Marcos Cabral, 2010 will see the debut of Runaway Live around the globe.

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Wednesday, January 13, 2010


Jason Stewart, better known to the world as Them Jeans is a constant contributor to the current musical landscape in Los Angeles and an increasing influence in the global music community. Known for his distinct musical creations, Them Jeans has been the driving force behind the world famous club night Dim Mak at Cinespace for over five years, helping to showcase acts as eclectic and renown as Justice, Lady Gaga, and Kid Cudi. His well thought out, genre-bending sets (spanning from house music to southern rap) have recently seen him gaining recognition from publications such as URB, Vapors, and XLR8R, while expanding his fan base through recent touring throughout North America and Europe.

It would be difficult to find another artist out there who can credit remixes by Diddy, Soulja Boy, We Have Band, and Munk to their repertoire and have it all fit perfectly. While they may seem disparate, all of his music shares a genuine belief in crafting one-of-a-kind listening experiences that look toward challenging people’s perception of mainstream music and blurring the line between dance music and every other genre imaginable. Alongside the aforementioned remixes due out later this year, popular bootleg remixes done for the XX, the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s, and Major Lazer are garnering national attention and radio play. Them Jeans is keeping on his prolific creative pace with an original EP of uniquely crafted house music due out in early 2010 and a sea of original music that should only help to solidify him as an artist not to be ignored.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009



9:30 - 2AM

This thursday night Grammy Award Winner and former Digable Planets DJ--KING BRITT, will be spinning live @ Harlot. Opening will be San Francisco's own Franky Boissy--a pioneer of the San Francisco deep house scene.

Growing up in southwest Philadelphia, King Britt was raised in a household filled with music, from James Brown to Duke Ellington. Formely known as Silkworm in the groundbreaking, Grammy winning Digable Planets, King Britt has produced platinum remixes for Macy Gray, Solange, Donna Lewis and hundreds of others. His label and company FiveSixMedia, set the example of an individual who is able to live outside the box and show what freedom truly is. Recently, he has had 2 #1 Billboard Dance Chart remixes and his is remix of SantiGold’s Anne has been burning up clubs worldwide.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Friday, September 4th @ 111 Minna Gallery
Book Arts & Zines Exhibition
DJ Sets by Vin Sol, Honey Soundsystem DJ's, and Pickpockit (Donuts)
A Benefit for the San Francisco Center for the Book

9pm - 2AM
Free before 9pm, $7 before 11pm, $10 after