Border Sessions Presents:
Sabado 12 de mayo en Margaritas Village (ave revolucion entre 3era y 4ta)
BORDER SESSIONS PRESENTA:
BARRY WEAVER (SD)
Proximo 12 de mayo
BARRY WEAVER has been DJing for over 26 years, beginning in LA in the mid-eighties. Important early influences for Barry were Disco, Soul, Funk, New Wave, Punk, early Hip Hop and the first wave of Chicago/Acid House and Detroit Techno – influences that, to this day, have continued to inform his career as both DJ and producer. He was among a handful involved in the foundations of LA’s Rave/Acid House scene, making a name for himself as one of the first generation Rave DJs. His reputation and demand as a forward-thinking DJ quickly grew in the 90s, giving him the opportunity to play extensively throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico and helping to establish his name on both a national and international level. Over the years he has DJed alongside many of the biggest names in the industry including Richie Hawtin, Danny Tenaglia, Carl Cox, Dave Clarke, Felix Da Housecat, Armand Van Helden, Steve Lawler, Nic Fanciulli, Green Velvet, and many more. A consummate record collector, Barry worked for over 15 years at many of the West Coast’s most notable DJ record shops. Between 2001 and 2008 Barry put his considerable experience and talent to work as a promoter in San Diego, producing various weekly and one-off club nights. Tiga, Claude VonStroke, Radio Slave, Audiojack, Maurice Fulton, Mike Simonetti, Worthy, Jesse Rose, Audiofly, DJ Kaos, In Flagranti, Tommie Sunshine and Deadmau5 are among the many DJs and producers he introduced to San Diego. Barry was one of the original members of the West Coast’s infamous Funky Tekno Tribe crew and is currently a resident DJ with LA’s Saturday Night Sessions / Go Ventures team. Although he proudly considers himself first and foremost a DJ, he also produces music, both solo, and with his longtime friend DJ Dan under their EZDB collaboration.
@ Margarita's Village
$25MXN Estacionamiento toda la noche (Estacionamiento de Soriana en calle 3ra)