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Low End Theory SF 6/3


When: -

Where: 103 Harriet (103 Harriet St., San Francisco, CA)

Minimum Age: 21+

Type: Indoor - Club

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Genres: DowntempoDubstepElectroGlitchHip Hop

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Gerneral Admission
$ 15.00
an-ten-nae & 103 Harriet present...


Friday, June 3rd / 103 Harriet

10pm - 4am / $15 pre-sale / 21+



[performing together for first time in 10 years]

DNTEL [The Postal Service]





plus residents





Bay-area turntable legends QBERT and D-STYLES will perform together for the first time in ten years at June's Low End Theory event, joined by a heavy-hitting cast of producers and performers.

Response has been euphoric over the announcement of this historic reunion of Qbert and D-Styles, two of the Invisibl Skratch Piklz core members who have not scratched together in over a decade. Universally acknowledged as the two most skilled scratch DJs in the world, Qbert and D-Styles will play both solo and together, a unique and exciting experience for fans of turntablism.

Dntel (of The Postal Service) will also be bringing the heat to the lineup along with one of Brainfeeder’s latest beat slingers, Mono/Poly. Alpha Pup Records’ new artist Young Montana? will be making his San Francisco debut at Low End Theory, hot off the release of his debut album Limerence.

Joining these special guests are the Low End Theory residents Daddy Kev, Nobody, D-Styles and Nocando, and adding the local flavor is Dnae Beats along with Square Weezy from San Jose’s Fingerbangerz crew.

Make sure to subscribe to the Low End Theory Podcast on iTunes- one of the all time top ten iTunes Podcast's in the world!

“Let me waste no time getting to the point: Low End Theory SF is everything I've wanted a hip-hop/dubstep/bass/beat music/whatever party to be in this city for a long time now." -- SF Weekly

Event will be filmed for the Low End Theory documentary!

Known across the globe for supporting visionary artists, promoting breakthrough sounds and nourishing a vibrant artistic community, Los Angeles' Low End Theory is now showcasing its legendary night of left-field music in the Bay. Blending futuristic hip hop with experimental electronic sounds, Low End Theory is a hub of the beat community and a place where creative minds congregate. With an eclectic palette of performers and a diverse audience of beat lovers, Low End Theory is a fresh sonic showcase whose reverberations can be heard around the world.

Low End Theory San Francisco takes place the first Friday of every month at 103 Harriet Street