Mark de Clive-Lowe, David Harness, Homero Espinosa, Nina Lares (LIVE)

Moulton Music presents

Mark de Clive-Lowe, David Harness, Homero Espinosa, Nina Lares (LIVE)

Sat Mar 11, 2017

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

$10.00 - $15.00

Off Sale

This event is 21 and over

Moulton Music is proud to celebrate the release of the new single from Nina Lares, "Uncover Me".  Saturday March 11, at Monarch (101 6th Street, San Francisco), we're presenting Nina Lares singing, as well as soulful house jazzmaster Mark de Clive-Lowe performing and spinning live.  SF favorites and Moulton main men David Harness and Homero Espinosa will be DJing in support and keeping the party going.  Info at

Soulful house jazz maestro Mark de Clive-Lowe live with Moulton Music favorites, March 11 @ Monarch SF!

Come help Nina Lares celebrate her new single on Moulton Music!  With Mark de Clive-Lowe, David Harness, and Homero Espinosa, March 11 @ Monrach SF!

Mark de Clive-Lowe
Mark de Clive-Lowe
Featuring: Nia Andrews

Mark de Clive-Lowe (MdCL) is one of the most innovative producers and live performers you will find anywhere.

Whether you call him artist, producer, composer, pianist, performer, DJ, or selecta, titles are impartial to the marvel of Mark de Clive-Lowe (MdCL). Many try to classify this impressively fertile music journey, yet to identify with only one label belies the heavy scope of the ride. The piano set the course, the keyboard is the vehicle, and with the drum machine as the fuel, the relentless skill of MdCL is underscored by a rare sonic sensibility. He's an accomplished musician, originally sowing his oats in straight-ahead jazz, before taking the music far beyond. Anchored by the duality of his Japanese and New Zealander parentage and ignited by a love of playing piano at the age of four, it is no wonder this multi-national phenom has seen his explosive natural gifts blaze across the globe from NZ to the US, UK, Europe, Asia and Cuba.

A devastating live performer, the MdCL experience is marked by impromptu studio production created on stage from scratch, using drum machines, keyboards and effects. The end result: live remixes birthed on stage for each and every gig. With bold chops like this, to call him "prolific" is an understatement, having contributed to over 250 releases and being a first-call collaborator for a wide range of artists, including Jill Scott, Jody Watley, Leon Ware (Marvin Gaye/Michael Jackson/Maxwell), Dame Shirley Bassey, Sandra St. Victor (The Family Stand/Chaka Khan), amongst a slew of others.

Currently based in LA after a decade entrenched in London, MdCL is ready to unveil his audacious new album, Renegades on Tru Thoughts Records with guest appearances that include Sheila E (Prince), Omar, Pino Palladino (D'Angelo/The Who), and nia andrews. It's the latest step in the evolution of MdCL, who has cemented his reputation as the go-to man for anyone wanting his unique take on club music, progressive soul and urban alternative. The new LP features club classics flavored from soul and funk, to tech-Afrobeat and Latin twists, all orchestrated by MdCL: a revolutionary Quincy Jones for a new generation, armed with the ability to meld the science of beat-making with the fluidity of composed music.

MdCL's potential is beyond convention. He's one who can take it all on the road like no one else, with a solid fan base that bridges cities as far reaching as LA, NYC, Atlanta, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Tokyo and Sydney.

"...the man behind a million great tunes" - Gilles Peterson/Radio 1 Worldwide (UK)

"A Herbie Hancock for the new millennium" - Montreal Jazz Festival (Canada)

"Call it what you want, I'm sticking with the words awesome and genius" - Wax Magazine (UK)

"...the illest dude I have seen live" - Karizma (US)
David Harness is one of the most popular DJ/producers in the San Francisco Bay Area club scene. He has been described as 'a man who lives, breathes and emanates everything that is beautiful about deep house music and classic garage.' David is considered a 'rising star' within the dance community. As a military brat, David Harness traveled the world extensively during his childhood. 'Regardless of which country I was in, I always heard American music, namely R&B. This little bit of familiarity really helped me feel secure in a lot of different places.' With influences varying from Barry White and the Love Unlimited Orchestra, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, Quincy Jones, the Jackson Five, Stevie Wonder, Parliament Funkadelic, the Isley Brothers and First Choice, it is easy to see why funk and soul have always been strong elements in his sound. In 1990, David began DJ'ing at the After Dark in his hometown of Monterey, California. As his popularity grew past the boundaries of Monterey, he was invited to establish a residency at Tilt and the Sound Factory in San Francisco. In 1994, David opened and DJ'ed at the hip and popular club Lift at Club Dv8 in San Francisco. His success as a club DJ led to a DJ spot on commercial radio. In 1994, David joined the popular radio show Your Mama's House on the San Francisco Bay Area's number one radio station KMEL FM. Your Mama's House was the only 'true' house mix show on any major radio station in Northern California. As part of the Your Mama's House crew, David played a key role in exposing the masses to House Music in the San Francisco Bay Area. In 1995 David kicked off a seven year residency at San Francisco 's legendary Club Universe — San Francisco's hottest Saturday night party. At Club Universe, David had the opportunity to play with many New York's legendary DJs like Frankie Knuckles, Tony Humphries, Little Louie Vega, Tedd Patterson, Dave Morales, Danny Teneglia, London's Ricky Morrison, Los Angeles' Marques Wyatt, San Francisco's Miguel Migs, Mark Farina and Kaskade — just to name a few. His growing popularity accelerated David's natural progression into production. In 1996, David was selected to spearhead the studio production for a national marketing campaign for the McDonald's Deluxe Burger. Also in 1996, David begin his ongoing residency at The End Up Sunday T-Dance — San Francisco's longest running dance party. In 1998, he released a CD for Universe Sounds and Twisted America, 'Welcome to the Universe'. This innovative CD, recorded live from Club Universe, reflects San Francisco's unique 'sound' and introduced the world to David Harness. Recognizing his talent, Twisted America quickly signed him to produce his first single, 'Get It Together', for a Twisted America compilation entitled 'A Little Bit of the Old, A Lot of the New'. David also started his ongoing residency at Fag Fridays in San Francisco in 1998 where he is still rockin' the floor. In 1999, David started Taboo in San Francisco's Mission District. Taboo started out of David's love of House music and his desire to provide a showcase for Bay Area talent as well as internationally known DJs. This ongoing party attracts a loyal crowd of househeads from around the San Francisco Bay Area and the globe to the weekly blending of spirit and soul. In September 2000, David launched DHJ Productions and has established himself as a respected producer and remixer. To date, David has worked on projects featuring artists such as Mary J. Blige, Luther Vandross, Aretha Franklin, Simply Red, Alicia Keys, Floetry, Donnie McClurkin, India Arie, *NSYNC and Donnell Jones. A collaborative effort with DJ/producers Chris Lum of Abitare Music, Jay J of Moulton Studios, and Charles Spencer of LoveSlap has resulted in several independent releases. David has appeared in articles and interviews in Billboard Magazine, Paper Magazine, Surface, XLR8R, Streetsounds, Sweater, HX, Next, URB, DJ Mag and the SF Bay Guardian. David Harness' passion, talent and creativity has definitely created a new page in the history of house music.
Homero Espinosa
Homero Espinosa
Homero Espinosa began his career in the pioneering Bay Area party scene of the early '90s as a dj, promoter, and music enthusiast. Over the last two decades, he has cultivated his passion for music through a no-nonsense work ethic. Today, he applies his industrious temperament to everything from rocking a crowd, engineering a remix, or producing modern dance music

As a producer, his highly tuned feel for groove has earned him support with djs like Mark Farina, DJ Heather and Miguel Migs. The former featured tracks by Homero on his Fabric and Ministry of Sound dj mixes, while Migs recently..
Nina Lares (LIVE)
Nina Lares (LIVE)
Nina Lares was predestined to have her voice resonate to the soulful grooves of dance, funk, jazz & soulful music. Nina was born in Hollywood CA during the disco explosion. Her father spun vinyl for indie radio station & nightclubs while her young mother danced till dawn as Nina kicked to the beat in the womb! The musical influence her parents instilled in her had a profound impact on her life.

Nina grew up singing by the piano with her Uncle, a brilliant jazz pianist. She began singing for audiences in church at age 11 and continued to pursue her singing career at the prestigious Los Angeles County High School For The Arts. She knew at a young age her heart was in jazz music and soulful house music & disco.

From the age of 15 she was performing in night clubs. Nina put out her first dance record at the age of 17 and has worked with a long list of electronic music's finest Producers, Dj's & songwriters. She's released several club tracks & Her voice has been featured on numerous music compilations and dance records in the international underground dance community of house music. Nina's passionate bright yet sultry voice is that of a true vocal diva who sings anything from Jazz & funk to dance, pop & rock music.

Kings Of Tomorrow, Sandy Rivera, Tony Humphries, Esteban Adame, 40 Thieves, Homero Espinoza, Kinky Movement, Mark de Clive-Lowe, David Harness, Kenny Summit, Mark Knight & Martijn Ten Velden, Simon Grey, Ministry of Sound, Richard Vission, Eddie Amador, Chris Lum, 40 Thieves, Raul Campos, Vincent Kwok, Julius Papp, Benji Candelario, Michael Trance, Jesse Martinez, Dfuse, Hiratzka,The House Moguls, Tony B, Dl J XSpin, DJ Lynwood, Rod Carillo, Dj Enrie, Dj Juanito, Funkdoobiest, 4 Corners, Leticia Ascencio, Jeeve Ducornet, Bobby Ramirez, DJ Tragic, PR Records, Groove Nation, Thump Records, Underground construction, MOCHICO, Miswax, Nervous Records, Defected Records
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