Weiss (Dirtybird/This Ain't Bristol) Open 2 Close

Weiss (Dirtybird/This Ain't Bristol) Open 2 Close

Duserock, Al G, Billy Jaz

Sat Oct 20, 2018

9:30 pm (event ends at 3:00 am)

$15 - $25

This event is 21 and over

Weiss (Dirtybird, Toolroom, Relief, This Ain't Bristol, Play It Down) Open 2 Close at Monarch

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$10 Before 11pm


21+ 10pm - 3am
Monarch, 101 6th Street

Duserock has been has been bringing heat to dancefloors for almost two decades, opening for the likes of Sting and Sheryl Crow. His ability to blend generes and keep the crowd dancing have made him a popular dj worldwide. He's shared bills with Photek, Marques Wyatt, Dubtribe, Gavin Hardkiss, Mark Farina, Turntables On The Hudson and many more. He was recently acknowledged in San Francisco's Nitewise 2010 Top 10 DJ list.

Aside from DJing, Duserock has been spending more energy in the production realm. His roots stem from the dance act Drop Culture, an electronic based group which received praise from dance stalwarts Pete Tong and Groove Armada. Realizing it was time to explore the depths of his personal creativity, Duserock has taken on the world of writing, remixing and is a founding member of electronic act Eat Me Drink Me.
Billy Jaz
Billy Jaz
Billy Jaz is a native San Francisco DJ who first manned the decks in 1988 and hasn’t stepped down since. His introduction to music came as a child when his dad would play jazz records around the house. When young Billy started out on his own musical this early introduction and ensuing passion for jazz helped him choose a snappy DJ name so he could stand out from the crowd. But, like many of his contemporaries, his first musical love affair was with hip-hop. It was only when he heard “Good Life” by Inner City in 1990 that he was locked onto the house groove, where he has stayed for the duration of his career.

In 1994 he landed a residency with prolific Bay Area DJs Julius Paap and Rick Preston at a party called Soul’d Out. In ’96 and through to ’98 he played a residency at San Francisco nightlife staple DNA Lounge. In 1998 Billy put his varied tastes to work when he set out to promote his own events, Groove Connection, Elevated Soul, Subculture and Electrik Mayhem. During the heady ‘90s his tastes extended from Masters At Work and Mood II Swing on the NY garage side to Derrick Carter’s Chicago bump and Ritchie Hawtin’s stark, acidic, minimalism.

More recently he has taken that adventurous sensibility and applied it to his newly established label, Handmade Recordings. From here on Billy hopes to be able to fulfill his dream of sharing his musical influences — his dad’s jazz records, his uncle’s guitar playing and three decades of dance music — with audiences in the Bay Area and beyond. To achieve his ambition of becoming a world-class dance music producer Billy has introduced melodic, musical arrangements into his productions and is well on the way to forming a live dance music act capable of playing on stages around the world.
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