Michael Tello & Miguel Solari invite you to:
- (((HOUSEPITALITY))) â€“ Hosted by Lea Camille
FREE champagne from 9-10pm (no brainer)
â€œburning down the houseâ€
One of the best things we have noticed about Housepitality is that all of the artists we have booked have given us their best performances. This week is no different. Once again the Housepitality team has your best interests in mind as we put together a very special line up for this pre-burning man week of August. We bring you our very own hometown world renown house tech dj/producer, owner of Anabatic Records and Dirtybird member, WORTHY! In case you havenâ€™t heard he recently ripped it hard at Adnanâ€™s Forward party and left a memorable impression in peopleâ€™s minds. Miguel Solari of Housepitality and The Worker of White Label.
In the back room, now called the Slow Groove Lounge, our new addition to the Housepitality family DJ/Producer Rob Grega, Michael Tello and Mike Perry of White Label will all be playing the best in Nu/Classic Disco, Boogie, Italo, Freestyle, Downtempo, Chill, Old School & Underground Hip Hop.
Our new resident bartender Kira Buck a visit in the back and get more bang for your *buck* with her hand made specialty cocktails using Bulleit Bourbon, Barsol Pisco and other specialty spirits. Her cocktails are phenomenal!
This is going to be another spectacular night with friends and great frackinâ€™ music for your aural pleasure.
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Our headlinerâ€™s BIO:
WORTHY (Anabatic, Dirtybird)
Worthy grew up around Washington DC in the early days of Deep Dish, Scott Henry and the early American rave scene. In the late 90's after moving to New York City, he met good friend Justin Martin and was exposed to the sounds of people like LTJ Bukem, Stacey Pullen and Sasha. These artists greatly influenced his early ear while the expanding dance music scene encouraged him to play records of all genres; from hip hop to breaks to techno and drum 'n' bass.
In 2001 Worthy moved to San Francisco. He set up his studio and began producing house and techno music and DJing around the city. He later conspired with Christian Martin, Justin Martin and Claude VonStroke to co-create a fresh take on outdoor parties, rightly named Dirtybird. The Dirtybird parties have quickly become an institution for San Francisco die-hards and a destination for international travelers.
2006 brought the launch of Worthy's label, Anabatic Records. Originally intended as an outlet for the release of his own music, Anabatic quickly branched out to take on new artists. Anabatic has been providing a steady stream of high quality tech house and has been gaining the praises of top DJs and Producers around the globe for its edgy new sound.
In 2007 Worthy broke out as a producer with his release of Irst_Te? on Dirtybird, Crack EL EP on Leftroom, and Bass Quake and Mummer EP on Anabatic. As well as doing remixes for Curfew, OM, Utensil, and Tentigo records. In 2008 Worthy released his underground hit Work The Walls on his label and its accompanying music video has given fans a glimpse into the la la land of his mind. He followed this up with his Madcap EP and remixes on Lot49, Fresh Meat, and Anabatic. Worthyâ€™s music production has been showing up on DJ charts across the world and has been played by everyone from Carl Cox to Sven Vath to Ben Watt.
With no signs of slowing down in 2009, Worthy has already released the Swing Chord EP on Trapez Ltd, and has teamed up with label mate Yankee Zulu to release the Bad Side EP and BS Connection EP on Playtime records and there huge summer smash hit Concumbia on Anabatic. With plenty more remixes and originals on the way and the continued growth of Anabatic Records, Worthy is set to continue getting everyone working the walls around the world.
The world renown: Greg Pnut Galinsky
Greg â€œPnutâ€ Galinsky was born in Los Angeles on July 22, 1971 and is a descendant of the L.A. skate, surf, and music scene of his childhood growing up on the beaches of Santa Monica. The diverse influences of his family and childhood in southern California fostered his self-expression and are the foundation upon which his creativity grew. From an early age, Galinsky was influenced by skateboarding, surfing, and living near the ocean. In his formative years, he was inspired by the cutting edge innovations of funk, soul, reggae, jazz, hip hop, and punk rock. Galinskyâ€™s work depicts elements of nature or images of music culture through mixed techniques and media and on scales ranging from very small to large murals. Galinsky strives to capture the spirit of all that he loves in his work. Through his 1971 Gallery in San Francisco and lifesyle brand â€œggâ€â„¢ Galinsky recently designed eight different shoes for VANS Spring 2007 Vault Series. Other collaborations for Galinsky both past and present include Barneyâ€™s, Collette FR, Charles & Ray Eames Office, Quicksilver, Leviâ€™s, Volcom and Kia cars._