1015 FOLSOM STREET
SAN FRANCISCO, CA

Airpusher, DJ Dials, & 1015 Folsom present

Twisted Disco:
PURPLE DISCO MACHINE
TIGER & WOODS
+ more!

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// A synthesis of shiny disco and sinister synthpop //

Peacock your glitziest disco outfit for this all-night electronic glitter fundraising funk-fest! We’re going all out with a FULL TWISTED DISCO THEMED EVENT including go-go rollerskate performances, laser-soaked disco balls, and the ecstatic positive vibes that Airpusher Collective and the Bay Area Burner scene is famous for!

Friday, March 6th

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// An all-star ensemble of disco-house’s hottest talents //

PURPLE DISCO MACHINE
https://www.purplediscomachine.com

Purple Disco Machine brings his unparalleled sounds and unique mix of disco, nu disco, funk, soul and house straight to the world’s finest clubs, festivals and events. In addition to boasting an impressive catalogue of solo and collaborative productions such as ‘Body Funk’ and ‘Dished (Male Stripper)’, Purple Disco Machine is one of the most in demand remixers in global dance music, with chart-topping remixes of ‘Shakedown – At Night’, ‘Weiss – Feel My Needs’, and Fatboy Slim’s evergreen anthem ‘Praise You,’ just to name a few.

TIGER & WOODS
https://www.unleashedtapes.com/tigerandwoods-2

Shrouded in mystery! No one knows where it’s coming from, no one knows where it’s going. But we do know that their special blend of 80s indie and nu-disco will keep you guessing.

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Dancing Mandy x DJ Cue (Airpusher Collective)
Hint of Lavender (Los Angeles)

…dance performances, art, and much more TBA!

⚡ƑᑌƝᗪᖇᗩᓮ⟆ᕮᖇ⚡

Support Airpusher at our first big fundraiser of the season! As with all of our events, all of Airpusher Collectives profits will be going to ongoing maintenance to the Airpusher Steampunk Airship and new potential projects we’ve got in the incubator 😉

⚡ᙅ〇Ɲ⟆ᕮƝƬ ᓰ⟆ 𐌊ᕮჄ⚡

We have zero-tolerance for creeps. Seriously. Airpusher is a cuddly crew made up of damn sexy individuals but we ALWAYS ask consent before touching or dancing with each other! We feel it’s of the utmost importance for our events to be safe spaces for our friends, family, and community to look and dance however they like without fear of harassment.

Please help us keep our parties creeper-free! If you’re having a problem with someone, let a bartender or security know, or find someone wearing an Airpusher shirt and we’ll help you handle it. This helps EVERYONE. Consent isn’t just sexy, it’s REQUIRED!

10pm - 3am | 21+

PURPLE DISCO MACHINE

International DJ, producer and remixer Tino Piontek aka Purple Disco Machine has been on a whirlwind of a musical journey since the 2009 conception of his highly successful disco house music project.

The Dresden-born artist has racked up numerous achievements, although it was his 2013 breakthrough hit ‘My House’, on OFF Recordings, that really propelled Purple Disco Machine into new heights; landing the #1 spot within Beatport’s deep house chart and, at its peak, #3 overall. The track remains one of Beatport’s best ever sellers and Purple Disco Machine ranks #18 in the online retailer’s all-time Top 100 Artists chart.

Since then, the German native has continued to recreate his previous chart domination with a series of original tracks including; his collaborations with Boris Dlugosch on Defected, ‘L.O.V.E.’ and ‘Set It Out’, his collaborations with Aeroplane on Spinnin’ Deep, ‘Sambal’ and ‘Counting On Me’ featuring Aloe Blacc, plus his incredible double Pete Tong Essential New Tunes, ‘Yo’ on Kittball and the unforgettable ‘Magic’ on Exploited.

As well as boasting an impressive back-catalogue of solo and collaborative productions, Purple Disco Machine has also offered up remixes for numerous A-list musicians, including: Jamiroquai, Two Door Cinema Club, New Order, Claptone, Tom Odell, Faithless, Shapeshifters, Hercules & Love Affair, Sigma Feat. Paloma Faith, Blonde and most recently, Gorillaz – reworking ‘Andromeda’ off their latest LP, ‘Humanz’.

However, it’s important to mention that Purple Disco Machine’s impressive disco house grooves might not have even existed if it wasn’t for his father introducing him, at an early age, to the classic funk sounds of the 70s and 80s. This early exposure had real influence on Tino and by the time he was a teenager, he didn’t just want to listen to great music but also play it, produce it and be connected to the scene.

Tino says “This was a really important time for me as I managed to land a job at a local record store and gain a DJ residency at my local club in Dresden. Neither job paid me any money but I could have as many records as I wanted from the record shop, so I had more than enough new music to play out on the weekend.”

With a rapidly expanding record collection and a DJ residency on-going, Tino craved to make his own music thus spending many years in the studio honing his sound and releasing tracks via a number of different projects/pseudonyms before giving birth to Purple Disco Machine.

Outside the studio, Tino is a very in-demand touring DJ and his schedule has never been busier. Bringing his unparalleled sounds and unique mix of disco, nu disco, funk, house and deep house straight to the dancefloor at some of the world's finest clubs, festivals and events in countries, including; UK, USA, Australia, Russia, Germany, Holland, Spain, France plus many more. Purple Disco Machine is also a longstanding resident at the hugely successful ‘Glitterbox’ events in Ibiza which continues this year, plus the talented German has recently made his debut at the White Isle’s iconic venue, Pacha.

Indeed, 2017 is shaping up to be Purple Disco Machine’s most prolific year to date, with the announcement of his debut album, ‘Soulmatic’, forthcoming via Australia’s tastemaker label, Sweat It Out. Aiming to cover all aspects of ‘disco’ influenced dance music; the album will combine traditional disco house club tracks with funk, soul, boogie and indie disco jams. Collaborations include the likes of Faithless, Hip Hop legend Kool Keith, Bag Raiders, Duane Harden and Karen Harding as well as a number of very exciting newcomers. The album’s pre-campaign club-focused taster single ‘Body Funk’, released in early May, has set the tone and the bar high by becoming BBC Radio 1’s most played dance record of the month and scoring double #1 chart success on Beatport and Traxsource.

Throw in a number high-profile remixes such as the aforementioned rework of the Gorillaz as well live dates in countries from Ibiza to America, and it’s clear to see why this year is one of the German funk machine’s most exciting chapters in his already illustrious career.

TIGER & WOODS

Tiger & Woods are a rather mysterious twosome. Here's what we know about the production duo: Tiger's first name is Larry and Woods' is David. Oh, wait—come to think of it, those given names seem suspiciously fake as well. But this we are certain of: The pair have been causing a commotion in the slo-mo-boogie and disco-edit worlds as of late, largely through the strength of a series of hand-stamped white labels released over the last year or so on the Editainment label.

Then there was that great electro-funked remix of Hundred in the Hand's jangly disco-wave tune "Commotion," and a chugging, totally groovy RA podcast from this past winter. The rather obtuse interview that accompanied that set saw the boys (we're assuming they're male here) claiming that the purpose for their secretiveness was that "it's so easy to get to know things nowadays; for once we tried to keep it spicy like it was back in the day." Fair enough.

Looking to the future, while digging in the past, Tiger & Woods use both recognizable and exotic sources supplemented with original production to take you to undiscovered terrains that somehow feel like home.
Here's how they met: One day in a fairly dusty basement (digging for records of course), these two fine gentlemen nearly got into a fight over a nameless boogie record which is so rare (super rare!) that even the usual disco detectives hadn't discovered it yet. Actually, they still haven't. Without a name – and only identified by a test pressing sticker dedicated to the NYC-disco-DJ-legend Walter "Hot Trix" Scott – the 72-year old owner of the record store/basement accidentally placed the record on his belt-driven turntable. Turning their heads and smacking their lips, both were so full of lust to get their hands on this precious relic that they both rushed to the booth, waving their hard-earned cash.

Some Italian profanities and chest-beating later, Larry and David decided to buy the thing together (the old dude had raised the price sky-high by this point) and take it to Tiger's studio. Unfortunately, the fruit of their teamwork never saw the light of day due to a hard drive crash…and you know what they say…you can't recreate the magic of the moment. But the guys kept on working, and as they timidly presented their early works to a mutual friend (an avid record collector) he gasped: "This is what DJ Sneak should sound like today!"

Airpusher, DJ Dials, & 1015 Folsom present

Twisted Disco:
PURPLE DISCO MACHINE
TIGER & WOODS
+ more!

⚡Ƭᙡᓮ⟆Ƭᕮᗪ ↁᓮ⟆ᙅ〇⚡
// A synthesis of shiny disco and sinister synthpop //

Peacock your glitziest disco outfit for this all-night electronic glitter fundraising funk-fest! We’re going all out with a FULL TWISTED DISCO THEMED EVENT including go-go rollerskate performances, laser-soaked disco balls, and the ecstatic positive vibes that Airpusher Collective and the Bay Area Burner scene is famous for!

Friday March 6th / 10pm - 3am / 21+


PURPLE DISCO MACHINE Soundcloud

International DJ, producer and remixer Tino Piontek aka Purple Disco Machine has been on a whirlwind of a musical journey since the 2009 conception of his highly successful disco house music project.

The Dresden-born artist has racked up numerous achievements, although it was his 2013 breakthrough hit ‘My House’, on OFF Recordings, that really propelled Purple Disco Machine into new heights; landing the #1 spot within Beatport’s deep house chart and, at its peak, #3 overall. The track remains one of Beatport’s best ever sellers and Purple Disco Machine ranks #18 in the online retailer’s all-time Top 100 Artists chart.

Since then, the German native has continued to recreate his previous chart domination with a series of original tracks including; his collaborations with Boris Dlugosch on Defected, ‘L.O.V.E.’ and ‘Set It Out’, his collaborations with Aeroplane on Spinnin’ Deep, ‘Sambal’ and ‘Counting On Me’ featuring Aloe Blacc, plus his incredible double Pete Tong Essential New Tunes, ‘Yo’ on Kittball and the unforgettable ‘Magic’ on Exploited.

As well as boasting an impressive back-catalogue of solo and collaborative productions, Purple Disco Machine has also offered up remixes for numerous A-list musicians, including: Jamiroquai, Two Door Cinema Club, New Order, Claptone, Tom Odell, Faithless, Shapeshifters, Hercules & Love Affair, Sigma Feat. Paloma Faith, Blonde and most recently, Gorillaz – reworking ‘Andromeda’ off their latest LP, ‘Humanz’.

However, it’s important to mention that Purple Disco Machine’s impressive disco house grooves might not have even existed if it wasn’t for his father introducing him, at an early age, to the classic funk sounds of the 70s and 80s. This early exposure had real influence on Tino and by the time he was a teenager, he didn’t just want to listen to great music but also play it, produce it and be connected to the scene.

Tino says “This was a really important time for me as I managed to land a job at a local record store and gain a DJ residency at my local club in Dresden. Neither job paid me any money but I could have as many records as I wanted from the record shop, so I had more than enough new music to play out on the weekend.”

With a rapidly expanding record collection and a DJ residency on-going, Tino craved to make his own music thus spending many years in the studio honing his sound and releasing tracks via a number of different projects/pseudonyms before giving birth to Purple Disco Machine.

Outside the studio, Tino is a very in-demand touring DJ and his schedule has never been busier. Bringing his unparalleled sounds and unique mix of disco, nu disco, funk, house and deep house straight to the dancefloor at some of the world's finest clubs, festivals and events in countries, including; UK, USA, Australia, Russia, Germany, Holland, Spain, France plus many more. Purple Disco Machine is also a longstanding resident at the hugely successful ‘Glitterbox’ events in Ibiza which continues this year, plus the talented German has recently made his debut at the White Isle’s iconic venue, Pacha.

Indeed, 2017 is shaping up to be Purple Disco Machine’s most prolific year to date, with the announcement of his debut album, ‘Soulmatic’, forthcoming via Australia’s tastemaker label, Sweat It Out. Aiming to cover all aspects of ‘disco’ influenced dance music; the album will combine traditional disco house club tracks with funk, soul, boogie and indie disco jams. Collaborations include the likes of Faithless, Hip Hop legend Kool Keith, Bag Raiders, Duane Harden and Karen Harding as well as a number of very exciting newcomers. The album’s pre-campaign club-focused taster single ‘Body Funk’, released in early May, has set the tone and the bar high by becoming BBC Radio 1’s most played dance record of the month and scoring double #1 chart success on Beatport and Traxsource.

Throw in a number high-profile remixes such as the aforementioned rework of the Gorillaz as well live dates in countries from Ibiza to America, and it’s clear to see why this year is one of the German funk machine’s most exciting chapters in his already illustrious career.

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TIGER & WOODS

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Tiger & Woods are a rather mysterious twosome. Here's what we know about the production duo: Tiger's first name is Larry and Woods' is David. Oh, wait—come to think of it, those given names seem suspiciously fake as well. But this we are certain of: The pair have been causing a commotion in the slo-mo-boogie and disco-edit worlds as of late, largely through the strength of a series of hand-stamped white labels released over the last year or so on the Editainment label.

Then there was that great electro-funked remix of Hundred in the Hand's jangly disco-wave tune "Commotion," and a chugging, totally groovy RA podcast from this past winter. The rather obtuse interview that accompanied that set saw the boys (we're assuming they're male here) claiming that the purpose for their secretiveness was that "it's so easy to get to know things nowadays; for once we tried to keep it spicy like it was back in the day." Fair enough.

Looking to the future, while digging in the past, Tiger & Woods use both recognizable and exotic sources supplemented with original production to take you to undiscovered terrains that somehow feel like home.
Here's how they met: One day in a fairly dusty basement (digging for records of course), these two fine gentlemen nearly got into a fight over a nameless boogie record which is so rare (super rare!) that even the usual disco detectives hadn't discovered it yet. Actually, they still haven't. Without a name – and only identified by a test pressing sticker dedicated to the NYC-disco-DJ-legend Walter "Hot Trix" Scott – the 72-year old owner of the record store/basement accidentally placed the record on his belt-driven turntable. Turning their heads and smacking their lips, both were so full of lust to get their hands on this precious relic that they both rushed to the booth, waving their hard-earned cash.

Some Italian profanities and chest-beating later, Larry and David decided to buy the thing together (the old dude had raised the price sky-high by this point) and take it to Tiger's studio. Unfortunately, the fruit of their teamwork never saw the light of day due to a hard drive crash…and you know what they say…you can't recreate the magic of the moment. But the guys kept on working, and as they timidly presented their early works to a mutual friend (an avid record collector) he gasped: "This is what DJ Sneak should sound like today!"

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⚡⟆ƬᗩᖇᖇᓰƝᎶ⚡
// An all-star ensemble of disco-house’s hottest talents //

PURPLE DISCO MACHINE
https://www.purplediscomachine.com

Purple Disco Machine brings his unparalleled sounds and unique mix of disco, nu disco, funk, soul and house straight to the world’s finest clubs, festivals and events. In addition to boasting an impressive catalogue of solo and collaborative productions such as ‘Body Funk’ and ‘Dished (Male Stripper)’, Purple Disco Machine is one of the most in demand remixers in global dance music, with chart-topping remixes of ‘Shakedown – At Night’, ‘Weiss – Feel My Needs’, and Fatboy Slim’s evergreen anthem ‘Praise You,’ just to name a few.

TIGER & WOODS
https://www.unleashedtapes.com/tigerandwoods-2

Shrouded in mystery! No one knows where it’s coming from, no one knows where it’s going. But we do know that their special blend of 80s indie and nu-disco will keep you guessing.

⚡ƑᕮᗩƬᑌᖇᓮƝᎶ⚡

Dancing Mandy x DJ Cue (Airpusher Collective)
Hint of Lavender (Los Angeles)

…dance performances, art, and much more TBA!

⚡ƑᑌƝᗪᖇᗩᓮ⟆ᕮᖇ⚡

Support Airpusher at our first big fundraiser of the season! As with all of our events, all of Airpusher Collectives profits will be going to ongoing maintenance to the Airpusher Steampunk Airship and new potential projects we’ve got in the incubator 😉

⚡ᙅ〇Ɲ⟆ᕮƝƬ ᓰ⟆ 𐌊ᕮჄ⚡

We have zero-tolerance for creeps. Seriously. Airpusher is a cuddly crew made up of damn sexy individuals but we ALWAYS ask consent before touching or dancing with each other! We feel it’s of the utmost importance for our events to be safe spaces for our friends, family, and community to look and dance however they like without fear of harassment.

Please help us keep our parties creeper-free! If you’re having a problem with someone, let a bartender or security know, or find someone wearing an Airpusher shirt and we’ll help you handle it. This helps EVERYONE. Consent isn’t just sexy, it’s REQUIRED!