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Wednesday, Jul 3 2013

Push the Feeling — a budget-friendly Lower Haight party known for bringing noted beatmakers and DJs to the comfortably divey Underground S.F. — is moving to Saturday nights starting this month. To celebrate the new night, organizers have ordered up a headlining DJ set from U.K.-born, L.A.-based producer Woolfy, he of noted labels DFA, Permanent Vacation, and Public Release. As you might expect given his association with DFA, Woolfy delivers thumping, funky, joyous disco: Start banging new standout track "Junior's Throwin Craze" and you'll be loath to stop. (Even more so once you watch the dazzling video.) The lineup is rounded out with a live set from Bruse, a local hardware project from two members of the Haçeteria party crew, plus sets from Push the Feeling residents YR SKULL and Epicsauce DJs. This may be the most fun you can have in a club on Saturday night for less than the price of a super burrito.

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