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  • Dec
    SnowGlobe, DJ Dials, & 1015 Folsom present the SAN FRANCISCO PREMIER of
    THOMAS JACK (Tropical House)
    Are you looking for a little more adventure in your life? What about an adventure without having to buy a plane ticket, pack a luggage, or ever have to worry about a rainy day? Well, let me show you the way through the sounds of Thomas Jack.

    Hailing from Bemboka, Australia is rising star Thomas Jack. At only 20 years old, Thomas’ future is shining as bright as the music he creates. His hit single “Final Speech” led him to a viral tear on top of the HypeM charts where he continued a successful run with follow up tracks such as his stellar remix for Of Monsters and Men “Little Talks” and the extra smooth remix for Adrian Lux’s hit single ”Teenage Crime”. Like the oceans surrounding Thomas’ backyard his music ebbs and flows, sometimes unpredictably but always beautifully.

    His sets are filled with pleasure and happiness. Sax, flutes, trumpets, you name it, Thomas brings in the jazz orchestra for a unique style suitable for the masses. Still developing as an artist, Thomas will continue to grow and surprise us everyday.
  • Dec
    Euphonic Conceptions, DJ Dials, & 1015 Folsom present
    Growing up in Colorado, Michal Menert was surrounded by music. During his childhood, Michal’s father exposed him to a wide variety of Eastern and Western music, along with the guitar and keyboard. Additionally, dabbling in a variety of other instruments gave him a unique approach to crafting his own style.

    Michal’s most significant motivation is “the opportunity to chase a fleeting feeling that comes from certain moments in music, coupled with the privilege of having a platform to give audiences a glimpse into that feeling.”

    Michal’s connection with Pretty Lights runs deep as he co-produced the debut Pretty Lights album, Taking Up Your Precious Time, and has collaborated with Smith on a handful of tracks since then. His solo album, Dreaming of A Bigger Life, was released on Pretty Lights Music in the spring of 2010. Michal’s second album, the critically acclaimed mega-LP Even If It Isn’t Right, dropped in the spring of 2012. In addition to Pretty Lights, Michal has collaborated with Break Science, Mux Mool, Paul Basic and Manic Focus, among many others.

    As for the rest of 2014 and beyond, Michal plans to finish a half color EP with Paul Basic, tour with his friends and collaborate with as many people as he can on his way down the road.

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  • Jan
    1015 Folsom presents the 4TH ANNUAL
    featuring SPECIAL GUESTS
    Hotel Garuda consists of Manila Killa and Candle Weather, who met in middle school in Indonesia. Drawing influences from the likes of Thomas Jack, Bakermat, Cashmere Cat, Lil B, and Julius Jetson, just to name a few, the group has found success in creating a unique house sound that many are enjoying. Named as one of the top 10 artists to watch in 2014 by Ultra, 11,000 likes on Facebook, over 900,000 plays on SoundCloud, and a #1 slot on The Hype Machine to call their own in just three months of its existence, Hotel Garuda is only getting started.
  • Jan
    Euphonic Conceptions & 1015 Folsom present
    AMP LIVE (of Zion I) + ILL-ESHA
    Amp Live teams up with the talented saxophonist Dom of Big Gigantic to bring you the massive single "Brass Knuckles", available now for free download and on all digital retailers. On "Brass Knuckles", the collaborators uniquely create a new sound, trap meets jazz, by combining melodic pads, twisted sax solos, and floating them over huge big room bass drops. While also being one half of pioneering hip hop duo Zion I, Amp Live demonstrates his ability as an innovator, experimenter, and trendsetter that have garnered him solo recognition, bringing together the EDM and hip hop worlds with a technical and classical sensibility. As the first single from his upcoming concept album Headphone Concerto dropping in 2014, it will be a busy year for Amp on the Live side as well as he continues to tour prolifically while pushing the boundaries of sonic bliss.
  • Jan
    Rollingtuff & 1015 Folsom present
    Way back before Motez was making bangers and rocking festivals, he was getting some classical piano know how and its these skills that he flexes on Own Up. Clearly influenced by the 90’s, Own Up is a fresh and revitalized update rather than pastiche but not only this, in a nice twist, it still manages to sound like it came from the guy that made Roof Ride Back.

    Believe the hype.

    Motez is many things. He’s #1 ‘next big thing’ (In The Mix), a key 2014 ‘artist to watch’ (MTV), an ‘artist to watch out for’ (vibe magazine), and he’s earned the attention of dudes like Flume, who named Motez as one of his most excited artists alongside Ta-ku and Wave Racer.

    He’s chalked up two Hype Machine #1s, had main support duties for Disclosure’s most recent Australian tour, was the only Australian to be invited to play the debut Oceanic tour by cult-followed Hard-presents, played to thousands on the main stage of Field Day, and had 3 tracks in Australia’s TOP TEN most played EPs of 2013 by Stoney Roads.
  • Jan
    1015 Folsom, DJ Dials, & Trap City present
    I never in my life wanted to rap. Let me quote that sh*t now.—Waka Flocka Flame on his 2009 debut mixtape, Salute Me or Shoot Me, Vol. 1

    Waka Flocka Flame didn’t want to be a rapper when he grew up. He didn’t want to write hit songs, perform in front of thousands of people at packed clubs or hear his songs played on radio stations across the country. But more than a year after bursting onto the scene with his debut single, “O Let’s Do It,” the Atlanta rapper has managed to make more of an impact on the music industry than most rappers who have spent their entire lives trying to do it. And thanks to an influential cosign from fellow ATLien Gucci Mane, and a string of chart-topping singles, including the remix to “O Let’s Do It,” featuring Rick Ross and Diddy, and his latest hit, “Hard In Da Paint,” it doesn’t look like Waka Flocka is ready to quit rapping anytime soon.

    “I never dreamed I would be doing what I’m doing today,” says Waka, who earned his unique nickname from a cousin when he was younger while they were watching an episode of Jim Henson’s classic puppet show, The Muppet Show (he later added the “Flocka Flame” to the end of it at the suggestion of Gucci Mane). “I never imagined I’d become a rapper, let alone a successful rapper.”

    For a guy who claims he never wanted to be a rapper, he’s certainly come around to the idea.