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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Low End Theory Will Bring All Its L.A. Beat Magic to S.F. Next Year

Posted By on Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 1:34 PM

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Apparently not content with the weekly mindfuck of a party that is Low End Theory,

L.A.'s Daddy Kev and his stable of resident and guest DJs/performers will put

their now world-famous show on the road once a month for Low End Theory S.F. The first party

will be no small affair either, with both Daedelus and Baths headlining.

Low End Theory has turned into one of L.A.s biggest and most influential music

parties. It served as a platform for the rise of artists such as Flying

Lotus and Gaslamp Killer, and has pulled in acts from every corner of the

hip-hop and electronic worlds, including Lazer Sword, the fast-rising

hip-hop collective Odd Future, and experimental soundmakers such as

Matthewdavid and Oneotrix Point Never.

The first S.F. party will kick off on January 21st at 103 Harriet. In addition

to Daedelus and Baths, Daddy Kev, The Gaslamp Killer, Nobody, D-Styles, and

Nocando will assume their normal resident roles. According to the blog Dance

Fever 5000, the ensuing monthly parties will take place on the first Friday

of the month, beginning in March. Mark your calendars now, people. This is

no joke.

What other club nights would you like to see come to S.F.? Start a Twitter campaign with us @SFAllShookDown, or leave a comment on our Facebook page.

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