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Pandemic 2: The Relapse w/Kahn, TZR, Specters, Porkchop, Nebakaneza and more til 3am

What:

When: -

Where: Mighty (119 Utah St., San Francisco, CA)

Minimum Age: 21+

Type: Indoor - Club

Web Site: Click Here

Promoters: Irie Cartel

Genres: DowntempoDubstep

Tickets

$ 10.00
Prepare for the quarantine!



This Friday the 13th, the disease returns. This time it is much deeper in your soul and the cure will be much harder to attain. 



As usual, this is a theme party. Dress in your hospital, doomsday, or zombie garb and let's hope that there is no cure for this music obsession we all have been infected by.



The first 50 people will receive rubber gloves and surgical masks to try to fend off this treacherous plague.



2 rooms open featuring the music of:



KAHN:

http://soundcloud.com/kahn



TZR:

http://soundcloud.com/tzr



SPECTERS:

http://soundcloud.com/specters



PORKCHOP:

http://soundcloud.com/preacherporkchop



NEBAKANEZA:

http://soundcloud.com/nebakaneza



SUBTLE MIND:

http://soundcloud.com/subtlemindmusic



MURKY:

http://soundcloud.com/murkyone



BANTHA:

http://soundcloud.com/banthadubs



$10 all night, ages 21+

at Mighty, 119 Utah St in San Francisco

9pm-3am



~Presented by Irie Cartel~



Mighty was just voted as having the 4th best sound system in San Francisco, by SF Weekly. They say: "The story of Mighty's sound system begins in New York, with a man named Richard Long. Considered by many to be one of the most influential figures in club sound system design, his installations provided the sound at such venues as the Paradise Garage, Studio 54, and the Warehouse. Head to Mighty and a little bit of that history can be heard, as its system was designed by Long as well (with pieces taken directly from the Paradise Garage and a club called The Hippo in Baltimore). With speaker stacks standing tall like four monoliths, listening to music at Mighty is a visceral experience, with crisp highs and a deep bass that comes up through the floor to punch you in the chest. And while that might sound unpleasant, for old school disco and house, there could hardly be a better system in the city."