In the mix with @PumpkinSounds under his new moniker NICK.the.NECK...we dig it. https://t.co/lZo8i7QHSf
.@KodakToGraph taking us to church with this release. Next Thursday's going to be one for the books! https://t.co/ExtNrmLh5o
Just Announced! 7/9... SPOR kicking off his North America tour. Finally! Tickets on sale … http://t.co/Vr4xdqOjG8 http://t.co/tOEqHrg5BT
.@MrBIllMusic glitch masterpieces! So many good tunes. Next Friday's going to be transformational. https://t.co/7BauLMxr9a
Remember this banger collab from @StookiSound & @MrCarmack? https://t.co/vPtrUYQx4y @TrapCitySF go ham tonight!
  • Apr
    an-ten-nae & 1015 Folsom present
    Allured by the pulsing incantations of cassette grain & VHS blips, live instrumentation and other found sound, Kodak To Graph’s Michael Maleki (22) delicately floats listeners through blooming clouds of synth-washes, haunting reverberations, and propulsive rhythms. Maleki’s candle-waxed R&B & flower-trailed soundscapes weave together the nostalgic tones and colors reminiscent of a quiet childhood with the urban bounce and rhythmic disposition of the more modern spirit.
  • May
    an-ten-nae & 1015 Folsom present WE MAKE THUNDER
    MR. BILL
    Electronic duo Coyote Kisses has been mesmerizing listeners worldwide with their explosive new sound and prolific compositional technique. In a scene full of cookie cutter complextro producers and “womp womp” brosteppers, Coyote Kisses’ intrinsic musicality is more than just refreshing. It’s awe inspiring.

    Comprised of two life long friends from Lakeland, Florida, the pair had their first success with “Acid Wolfpack”. The song hit Hype Machine’s coveted #1 spot its first day out and was soon picked up for re-release on their debut EP with Burn the Fire Records. The EP hit Beatport’s Top Five Releases after only two days on sale.

    CK was soon tapped by Interscope Records to remix Carly Rea Jepsen’s #1 hit, “Call Me Maybe”. In a further show of versatility, they went on to win Mad Decent’s “Titan” remix contest in the fall of 2012 and then win the popular vote in OWSLA’s “Days to Come” Beatport contest, beating out roughly 1400 other entries. Coyote Kisses are now set to release their highly anticipated sophomore EP combining punk rock, future bass and other influences into an entirely unique electronic concoction.
  • May
    Mad Decent, SocialSF, AMB, Dream Q Media, & 1015 Folsom present WE ARE TWRK TOUR
    Jersey Club meets trappin’ twerk music when it comes to power duo- TWRK. Benzi & DJ Esentrik deciding to join forces for the good of all relating to twerk this year was one of the best things that could happen to the crossbreed of EDM and hip-hop. With ‘twerking’ being added to the dictionary, their timing could not have been more perfect. TWRK’s jams such as ‘NOLIA’ and ‘BaDINGA!’ harbor all that is essential in being a sovereign trap duo to keep your elbows bobbing!
  • May
    1015 Folsom, Dj Dials, & Ankh Marketing present
    Erykah Badu, best known for her eccentric style and cerebral music, is a Grammy- award winning American soul singer and songwriter. Regarded as the Queen of Neo Soul, Badu’s sound -- a concoction of soul, hip-hop and jazz -- cannot be contained to a single genre. Self-described as a “mother first”, Badu is a touring artist, dj, teacher, community activist, holistic healer, vegan, recycler, and conscious spirit. Baduizm, Badu's highly acclaimed debut album, was released in early 1997 went triple platinum and, along with "On & On," won Grammy Awards at the 1998 ceremony. This spring, Badu released her fifth studio album, and second installment of a two-part New Amerykah series. New Amerykah, Part 1: Fourth World War, a concept album that was digitally produced and political in tone, debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart and Rolling Stone named it one of the year’s best albums. New Amerykah, Part II: Return of the Ahnk, which features lush live instrumentation and taps into Badu’s emotional side by thematically focusing on romance and relationships, made its debut at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart.
  • May
    DJ Dials, Euphonic Conceptions, & 1015 Folsom present
    Widely considered among the largest and most influential producers in the region, Alison Wonderland caps off her monster year with hugely anticipated shows nationally for Stereosonic.

    On the back of selling-out her Wonderland Warehouse Project tour in under a week (10,000 tickets nationally) Alison delivered her critically acclaimed debut record ‘Calm Down’ gaining further worldwide attention after topping the Hype Machine charts and sending blogs into meltdown. The first single ‘I Want U’ clocked up half a million plays in the first month alone on soundcloud while jumping straight to high rotation on triple J, with the record itself debuting at #2 on the iTunes chart and #1 on the electronic charts!

    Wonderland has smashed every stage imaginable, from the official Grammy’s Afterparty in LA to closing parties in Ibiza. From main-stage headline slots at Splendour in the Grass and Falls Fesitval to her own sold-out Metro Theatres. Wonderland walks her own path. Rumour has it she never sleeps and is reasonably good friends with Oprah. If you’re not dancing then it’s off with your head!
  • May
    On&On, DJ Dials, & 1015 Folsom present
    HOT SINCE 82
    If you love something, they say, set it free. Even dance music. It’s only five years, after all, since Hot Since 82, current hottest property in house music, the man behind some of Summer 2013’s biggest anthems, gave up DJing and producing forever. Back in summer 2007, Daley Padley was staying with his mates in a villa in Ibiza, playing regularly at Amnesia for Cream and basically living every young DJ’s dream. There was just one little problem. “I didn't like that music anymore,” remembers Daley, half smiling, half grimacing, “I actually hated it.”

    Born and raised on Athersley South council estate in Barnsley, Daley was pretty much schooled for DJ success from birth. Growing up with four brothers and sisters meant an eclectic barrage of different genres in every room of the house. His dad also helped prepare Daley for house music stardom (or at least a high tolerance for punishing bass), inviting Daley to spend weekends at his workshop where he refurbishes VW Beetles… and fits them with monster sound systems. “Me and my brother always wanted to be in the garage, blasting out the music.”

    His formal DJ education started at 17, playing 12-13 hour sets each Sunday at a club in his hometown – with queues round the block, as his residency soon became the number one afterparty destination for clubbers from far and wide. “I’d have four crates of records and I’d never play the same one twice.” As word got around, the next stop was a 2006 residency at Cream Ibiza in Amnesia under the banner of Leeds club Glasshouse. But while his love for Ibiza never wavered, the difference between the sounds he was being asked to play and what he really enjoyed was becoming impossible to bridge. “2003 was the first time I went to DC10,” he remembers, “by 2007 I had really got into a more underground sound.”

    His heart no longer in the music he had made his reputation playing, Daley stopped producing and stopped DJing. Thankfully for house music lovers everywhere, it didn’t last. In 2010 he “walked into the city centre of Leeds and just started going raving again. Good quality house music was back!” And it was a night out that got him back in the game. “I went to Ibiza with the lads that summer, and we were at an afterparty and when the music stopped I put my iPhone in and a record I had made came on. It had just been lying on my hard drive for a couple of months - I hadn’t made it to release, or to start DJing again.” The response on that night convinced him to try to release it, and he contacted his friend Danish DJ/Producer Noir, coincidentally, another of 2013’s brightest stars. ‘Let It Ride’ came out on Noir Music on September 5, 2011. It hit number three on the deep house chart just as the new style of bass-heavy, garage-influenced ‘deep house’ was exploding. Hot Since 82 was born.

    Since then tunes ‘Knee Deep In Louise’, ‘Like You’ and ‘Houz Thiz’, on labels as diverse as Get Physical and Moda Black, remixes for Green Velvet (‘Bigger Than Prince’ Ibiza Anthem & Beatport No.1), Rudimental (‘Right Here’ Pete Tong’s Essential New Tune) and Yousef (‘Beg’) – as well as his incredible first installment in Moda Black’s ‘ Little Black Book’ compilation / album series have established him as someone with an appeal across the board. Meanwhile, an Essential Mix and gigs at Richie Hawtin’s Enter in Ibiza, Footwork in Toronto, Watergate in Berlin, Warung in Brazil, We Love and Fabric, just in the past 12 months prove he’s one of the hottest DJ talents around.

    With ‘Little Black Book’ the perfect showcase for his talents as a DJ and producer, and an upcoming tour of North America (taking in clubs from Output in NYC, Spy Bar in Chicago, Sound in LA to Space in Miami) the softly spoken Yorkshireman with a mischievous grin is only getting hotter. And having given it all up once before, he’s vowed to never turn his back on house music again. “If I wasn’t doing this here” he confides between mixes on the Space Terrace, “I’d be doing it in my living room at home.” If it returns, it’s yours forever.