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I LOVE THE 80'S

What:

When: -

Where: 1015 Folsom (1015 Folsom St., San Francisco, CA)

Minimum Age: 21+

Type: Indoor - Club

Web Site: Click Here

Genres: ElectroHip HopHouse

Tickets
before 11pm
$ 11.00
after
$ 20.00


Das Klub, Palladium, 1984 & New Wave City present


I LOVE THE 80'S


 


Join us on Friday, 11/11/11 as we celebrate 25 years of 1015 (Originally known as DAS KLUB)! We're also celebrating the music and stylings of the 80's with NOT ONLY the Das Klub reunion, but also with the Palladium Reunion as well featuring a live performance by The Egyptian Lover and DJ sets by STEVE MASTERS, ROLAND WEST, STEVE X, BIG RICK STUART and the crew from NEW WAVE CITY and 1984 parties PLUS 80's DJ's Fearless Fred, Chill, Skip, ShinDog,


Marc Andrus & Dangerous Dan.


 


11-11-11 an EPIC date for an EPIC party!


 


Main Room:


EGYPTIAN LOVER


SKIP


SHINDOG


MARC ANDRUS


DANGEROUS DAN


 


Palladium Room - All Original P-House DJs!


STEVE X


FRED


CHILL


 


Plus Special Guest Radio Personalities


STEVE MASTERS


ROLAND WEST


BIG RICK STUART


 


$11 before 11pm!


Doors @10pm


21+


 


 


Egyptian Lover


Los Angeles-based producer Greg Broussard was the man behind pioneering hip-hop/electro fusion artist the Egyptian Lover. Comparable in influence to Soul Sonic Force's "Planet Rock", Man Parrish's "Hip-Hop Be Bop (Don't Stop)" and Pretty Tony's "Jam theBox", Egyptian Lover singles such as "Egypt, Egypt", "My Beat Goes Boom", "Dance" and "What is a DJ If He Can't Scratch?" combined the abstract electronics of Kraftwerk and the Art of Noise with the emerging beat-heavy sound of electro and the vocal approach of rap.


Similar in style and feel to those other artists, Egyptian Lover and related West Coast electro groups and producers such as World Class Wrecking Cru, Chris "The Glove" Taylor and the Unknown DJ took beatbox manipulation to new levels, fusing signature loops with ample syncopation, darker, modal melodies and impressive turntable tricks. While Egyptian Lover records didn't start appearing until several years after the New York and Miami electro scenes were already in full swing, by the mid-'80s Egyptian Lover cuts like Egypt, Egypt" were standards among club DJs, particularly in the breakdance scene.