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Public Works: Mikey Lion (Desert Hearts), Brian Cid & Rachel Torro
January 31 @ 9:00 pm - 11:59 pm
Public Works Presents:
Mikey Lion (Desert Hearts)
Brian Cid (Endangered / Get Physical)
Rachel Torro (SF)
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Part mythical desert harlequin, part modern soul conductor, Mikey Lion is more than a DJ––He’s a freak of nature and a controller of energy. The San Diego-native has earned a dusty mystique over the past few years as the center of the Desert Hearts movement and as a house and techno provocateur with a stage presence that suggests he will ride this wave all the way to the top. If there’s one thing Mikey does well, it’s get the party started.
Lion has brought the mothafuckin’ ruckus to the stages of Lightning in a Bottle, the dustiest storms at Burning Man, and The Do LaB at Coachella, earning nods from Claude VonStroke, Jamie Jones, and Green Velvet in the process. In doing so, Lion and his signature top hat have developed a boisterous voice in the House & Techno scene with strong tribal, hip-hop, and psychedelic elements.
Brian Cid is a Brooklyn-based DJ & producer with a level of musical talent that has taken the underground electronic music scene by storm. His original productions have found homes on a number of the most credible and tastemaking record labels, with a style that touches deep house, techno, progressive house and more, with no boundaries whatsoever. This catalog of innovative, genre-defying tracks has given Brian the opportunity to grace the decks at some of the best clubs, parties, & events across the globe, and has led to a DJ Mag nomination for 2017 Best Breakthrough DJ in their Best of North America awards.
Rachel Torro is carving out a unique space in the San Francisco House Music scene with an aesthetic that draws from her adventurous musical background. Her musical passion has been influenced by artists like Radiohead, Pink Floyd and LCD Soundsystem. She combines a mature breadth of taste with a youthful playfulness colored by her post-adolescent history of rave antics & psychedelic rock revelry. Her song selections weave a voice that is all her own. Minimal, deep and tech house sensibilities build upon and support each other in a grounded but intricately textured experience. In addition to sharing the stage with staples like Pete Tong, NU, Hot Since 82, Mira and Lee Burridge, Rachel is the resident of some of San Francisco’s most infamous underground arenas
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21+ | No Refunds | ATMs on site
Sound by Funktion-One (Official)
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