Sunshine Jones was best known as half of local tribal house outfit Dubtribe (with partner Moonbeam). The pair have placed the group in hibernation/retirement as they raise a family, but Jones now hosts a couple shows "almost every" Sunday night on www.90hz.org. "Sunday Soul" (10 p.m. to midnight) melds laid-back tunes with interview sessions perfect for this philosopher/poet, followed by the after-hours dance mix of "Late Night Discothéque" [sic]. Jones takes to the decks live at "Remedy" with house jock Julius Papp on Friday, Dec. 1, at DNA Lounge at 10 p.m. Admission is $10-20; call 626-1409 or visit www.dnalounge.com for more info. T.P.
Typically, you could find Bill Picture's oeuvre on this side of the scene, writing about the crack-sy, glorious, and jarring nightlife goings-on in San Francisco. That is, until he switched teams. Instead of covering the clubs what, did we get too drug-addled and depressing for you, Bill? I guess that would be my fault he's stepping over to the other side by producing a shiny new and promising night. Along with partner George (DJ Dirty Knees), he's helping to christen Polk Street's Space Gallery with "TransAm" a monthly queer rock 'n' roll disco, infused with cock rock, synth-trash, indie, punk, and other hard sounds. The night kicks off with a bitchen-ass lineup featuring performances by Kiddie and Fauxnique doing their sought-after modern drag, rock outfit Origami, and DJ Dirty Knees. Hit it this Saturday, Dec. 2 (and every first Saturday of the month), at Space Gallery at 9 p.m. Admission is $5; call 377-3325 or visit www.myspace.com/transamtheclub for more info. Brock Keeling