Tis the season to dance to music!
Bringing in VOLUME 5 of this event is music by:
No Cover. Just your typical EDM– EAT. DRINK. MINGLE.
139 Steuart Street
San Francisco, CA
Mark Gobaleza was born and raised in San Francisco. He started DJing because music was a big part of his family. His mother and sisters were in bands playing all kinds of instruments from drums, guitar, violins etc. He wanted to be different and saw DJ Qbert perform for the first time using a turntable. From that moment on, he decided he too wanted to learn how to play on turntables. He is greatly influenced by artists such as Qbert, Static, Audio1, St. John, DJ Dan, DJ AM etc. So he is able to play music from hip hop, old school, top 40’s, house, funk, etc. He likes to scratch and mix and do mashups on the fly. For the past couple years, he had many accomplishments, but one he will always remember is the time he DJ with DJ Static and DJ Audio. Currently, He is working on his space jump mixtape series and exploring new events.
AKA inderpal Singh. Originally from Chicago and started djing in high school and toured in University of Illinois. He is influenced by everyone from Jazzy Jeff to Felix the Housecat which led him to DJ a variety of styles from hip hop to house to rock music. His accomplishments include playing at the hottest venues in Chicago such as Harddrive, Crobar, Zentra, Level, Soundbar, NV Penthouse, Enclave, and Crimson. He’s even headlined in Toronto during the caribana weekend, Washington D.C, Detroit, Indianapolis, Florida and NYC. Currently, you can check out his newest podcast on itunes.
Hailing from a small town in Northern California Mathew Catalan aka DJ Rufio’s obsession for music started at an early age. As a kid he would always have blank tapes on hand to record his favorite tracks off the radio, in middle school he was obsessed with making mix cd’s for his friends that used up as much of the 80 minutes of allotted time as possible, and once in high school his obsession with audio gear and big speakers naturally led to him scrapping together $900 from his minimum wage summer job and getting his set of turntables.”There was no one who wanted to teach me, so I got tired of waiting and decided to teach myself how to mix. It’s something I’m actually incredibly proud of, I have my own mixing style that is 100% my own and I’m not just a carbon copy of another DJ.” Now, almost 8 years after rocking his first event, Rufio has spun at venues across the state from Sacramento to Los Angeles. Residing in the Bay Area now, DJ Rufio has spun at numerous clubs and private events
“I like mixing it up, I don’t want to be a ‘one genre’ DJ, I like the challenge of rocking a club one night, and doing a high end wedding the next, it’s a completely different world and they’re both amazing in their own ways. It all comes back to the music and your ability to connect with a crowd via said music. There’s nothing more rewarding to me than working hard on my own edits/remixes of songs, and then playing them in my sets and seeing the crowd’s energy when they respond to it, it makes what I do worth all the hard work it has taken me to get to this point.”
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