Sunsetsf, Blasthaus & Selectsf Presents
In a scene saturated with premixes, and mysterious button pressing, Goldfish are a breath of fresh air – two multi instrumentalists who are re-inventing the concept of a DJ and taking live performance excitement to a whole new level.
Their genre-defying live mix of sax, double bass, keyboards and pounding house beats has touched a nerve with audiences across the world, from impromtu jams in a tiny beach club in their home town of Cape Town to selling out Amsterdam’s Heineken Music Hall and curating their own sold out festival in Holland.
The boys haven’t stopped there, cracking a top 10 on the US iTunes Dance chart, mixing the covermount CD for DJ Mag, a 5 year residency at Pacha Ibiza, and DJ’s like Fedde le Grand knocking at their door to remix their tracks – It’s almost hard to believe that not very long ago they were just Dom and Dave, two music students who led a relatively chilled life surfing and playing music in their home town Cape Town
Brooklyn’s Bit Funk is an indie dance mainstay and Hype Machine chart topper, with songs featured everywhere from Treasure Fingers’ DJ crate to the soundtrack for CW’s Vampire Diaries. Appearing on major labels from Defected to Hed Kandi, his signature synth drenched disco sound has ignited dancefloors from LA’s Avalon to exclusive showcases at SXSW.
DJ Baron Von Luxxury
Los Angeles based electro-disco producer Baron Von Luxxury recently released his full-length “The Last Seduction” on Manimal Vinyl (Warpaint, Bat For Lashes). Dubbed the “post-post synth pop king” by LA Weekly, BvL is interested in the divide between the underground and the pop
DJ Matt Haze
Matt Haze is a riddle wrapped in an enigma, covered in a stylish beard. One of the most forward-thinking and current DJs in SF, Haze rubs contemporary and classic jams with a marinade of cutting edge beats and a nod to the old school. Haze is difficult to classify but impossible to resist. He best known for his work with SF’s Slayers Club collective, dropping everything styles across the board from twerk and dancehall to moombahton and tropical bass, afrobeat, tech-house, R&B and more.