Line-up /JOHN LARNER-LOWDOWN, AROMA, MUZIQUE BOUTIQUE
HOMERO ESPINOSA- YERBA BUENA DISCOS, NIGHTSHIFT, CONTROL
AB LOGIC- MIND CONTROL, SYNESTHESIA
GODFATHER SAGE- MIND CONTROL
DONT MISS THIS NIGHT AS WE HAVE TWO VERY SPECIAL GUESTS MAKING THEIR WAY IN TO TOWN TO PUT IT DOWN.
John Larner Info:
John’s production success and DJ talent have seen him in demand in clubs around the globe. Widely known for his high-octane sets, which incorporate a balanced mix of fresh cuts and the old sounds of Chicago and Detroit. John’s DJ mantra is juxtaposition, and he isn’t afraid to mix things up for his audience. His full-spectrum sets are enjoyed in Europe, United Kingdom, Scandinavia, Mexico, Brazil, Australia and New Zealand. With strong followings in Belgium, Australia and Scotland, John racks up frequent flyer points all year long! Back home in the U.S.A, when not in the studio, you can catch him laying it down from San Francisco to New Orleans and most places in between. For 20 years John has made electronic music his life thanks to friends, family and loving wife. He currently receives his musical inspirations from likes of Derrick Carter, Mark Farina, Mathew Dear, Phil Weeks, Lance De Sardi and music from all over the globe. He digs playing shows in new places, and jamming the local skateparks when he gets a chance and exposing people to his music.
Homero Espinosa Info:
Homero Espinosa began spinning records as DJ Huey in the Bay Area in the early 90’s, quickly finding a niche in the underground rave scene. He quickly rose to prominence as one of the few rave DJ’s playing true underground house music in a scene overwhelmed by trance and European pop-dance music. During a stint as a rave promoter, he was able to bring house music talent from as far afield as New York and Europe to play in the Bay Area alongside such local heroes as Tony, Simon, and Garth and Onionz.Along the way, Homero forged a working relationship with fellow Bay Area DJ and producer Allen Craig, which resulted in Yerba Buena Discos, a DJ and music-production cooperative. Their first track, “Soul Power 03,” featured on Tony Hewitt’s Detour Recordings label, scored myriad playlistings and extensive European radio play. His releases on their Yerba Buena Discos label have become top sellers at Bay Area record stores and have become crowd favorites in San Francisco’s deep house underground. Homero’s work at Berkeley’s Primal Records surrounded him with great talent and inspiration. This, as well as another record due for immediate release on Nightshift Recordings and Homero’s appearances on Bay Area radio, have further raised his stock beyond the scope of the massive raves at which he is still a regularly featured performer.As the man behind the monthly Family Affair nights and YBD underground events, he continues to keep clubbers dancing to the underground house music that is his first love.