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April 7, 2017

SF Weekly Announces the Dirtybird Easter Egg Hunt

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Wandering around San Francisco looking for Easter Eggs might not be your ideal way to spend a Saturday, but what if I told you there were prizes? On Saturday, April 15, tech-house label and collective Dirtybird is hosting its first-ever Easter egg hunt in San Francisco, Las Vegas, and Washington, D.C. Participants can score Dirtybird […]

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February 21, 2017

SF Weekly Hypes Barclay Crenshaw’s Show at 1015 Folsom

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Barclay Crenshaw might not ring a bell, but surely the artist’s former nom de plume — Claude VonStroke — does. With his self-titled debut album, Crenshaw has reinvented himself, straying from his Detroit techno and deep house tendencies of yore and going in a more hip-hop, ambient direction. The record starts off with the appropriately […]

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September 19, 2014

J. Philp gives SF Weekly the lowdown on her favorite San Francisco spots and her upcoming collaborative EP

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As first lady of the quirky Dirtybird crew, DJ and producer J. Phlip is everybody’s homegirl with an impeccable taste in all things booty bass. Starting her career at the age of 19 in Champaign, Illinois, armed with some cheap belt-drive decks and a mixer, her tenacity and audio-engineering degree eventually led her to a […]

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September 17, 2014

SF Weekly interviews J. Phlip on her favorite city spots and upcoming EP

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As first lady of the quirky Dirtybird crew, DJ and producer J. Phlip is everybody’s homegirl with an impeccable taste in all things booty bass. Starting her career at the age of 19 in Champaign, Illinois, armed with some cheap belt-drive decks and a mixer, her tenacity and audio-engineering degree eventually led her to a […]

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December 12, 2013

Paul Kalkbrenner chats with SF Weekly

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German techno producer Paul Kalkbrenner doesn’t consider himself a DJ. In fact, he doesn’t really listen to other people’s music, let alone play it. His choice to keep things 100-percent original has clearly worked out for him, judging by his ability to garner over 2.3 million fans worldwide, the success of his record label, and […]

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May 30, 2013

No Regular Play chat live dance music with SF Weekly

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SF Weekly has the juice on No Regular Play’s funky beats and ‘organic’ musical style. Click here for an inside look.

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