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Rock It Science, TempleSF Presents
This week Temple Fridays presented by Rock It Science, brings you one of house music's legendary pioneers who managed to not only pave the way for dance music today but also to stay ahead of the curve with work on the hottest labels of today: DJ Sneak! Back2basics head honcho Rouzbeh will warm up the room while Remedy keeps it deep and soulful in the Destiny Lounge and hip hop beats rule the floor in the Catacombs.
RSVP to eric@rockitscienceSF.com for free entry before 12, $10 after.
DJ Sneak (Fool's Gold, Oomph, Magnetic - Toronto)
In 1996, DJ Sneak's 'You Can't Hide from your Bud', on Derrick Carter's Classic Recordings, ironically became an instant classic itself; a blueprint for funky, filtered disco-influenced house - Sneak Style - redefining Chicago's underground music. From 1996 to present day, DJ Sneak has perfected his remix skills, seizing opportunities to work with world-class talent and fine-tune his sound. His highly anticipated remixes take dance floors around the world to levels of climactic frenzy with his trademark booty-shakin, bass-heavy beats and rhythms.
After years of development, DJ Sneak is a familiar name across the world's club circuit playing the very best venues and events. A frequent visitor to Ibiza - the island of spiritual parties and Mecca of dance music culture, Sneak has participated in several events with the best UK production companies - Ministry of Sound, Cream, Manumission, and Miss Moneypenny's to mention a few.
A favorite at United Kingdom's summer festivals (Homelands, Creamfields, T in the Park), Sneak shows no mercy on the sound systems and is a guaranteed crowd pleaser. Recognized as the disco filter innovator, his productions and musical style has maintained his status as one of the Top 100 DJs in the world. Dynamic in style - from furious banging Chicago tracks and Latin tribal beats, to disco filtered reworks of retro classics and melodic rhythms to suit your soul- Sneak is gonna tear the roof off of Temple Fridays.