Rock It Science
This week Temple Fridays presents 2 San Francisco underground music label owners, djs, and event producers Eric Sharp & Andrew Phelan. The masterminds behind the wildly popular Tonal warehouse parties in 2007, Eric & Andrew are no stranger to rocking the party together. Join us and kickstart a great new year of music! Tone & Von hold down the hip hop in the Catacombs
RSVP to contact@rockitscienceSF.com for free admission before 12, $10 after.
ERIC SHARP (Rock It Science Laboratories, Temple)
Eric Sharp has a knack for making parties even more exciting when he jumps into the DJ booth. He plays anything from Deep and Funky House to Dirty Acid Techno to pumping Chicago beats to Baile Funk to Baltimore Club jams to Wobbly Fidget House to French & Italian Electro and everything in between. He is the founder of the dance music label Rock It Science Laboratories. Currently, Eric has a residency at Temple Nightclub and has been working diligently in the studio having recently released an EP Drop It Like with DJ Fame, a track "Chronic Zoom" with Bass Cadet on Tommie Sunshine's new label Brooklyn Fire, and a pair of remixes of Refinery's "Panty Time" on Headset Records.
ANDREW PHELAN (Prismatic Tracks)
Andrew Phelan was raised in Chicago’s underground house scene, influenced early by local jocks such as Derrick Carter, Sneak, Halo, and Justin Long. In 2001, he moved to San Francisco with over thirteen years of DJ experience. In 2005, he launched a label that has featured some of the premier names in house music, including Luke Solomon, Santiago & Bushido, Scope, Bryan Jones, Christian Mallurns Abstract Message, Chris Lum, and Ross Couch. In the studio, Andrew is usually paired up with good friend George Cochrane, aka Origami. Their sound is a schizophrenic blend of funk, tech, deep and electro, all tied to a core of live instruments and deceptively catchy vocals. The two also lay tracks with vocalists Brown and Audio Angel, and The Fingermonsters.
TONE & DJ VON (TEMPLE)