10/31 – Kiss of Death @ Vessel – San Francisco, CA

31Kiss of Death

  • When:Sat 10/31 (10PM)
  • Where: Vessel
  • Address: 85 Campton Place San Francisco, CA   Map

10pm-2am

Get your KISS OF DEATH at Vessel this Halloween as Frenchy Le Freak, Pheeko Dub Funk, and Martin Aquino spin a web of their best tracks!! Win a COMPLIMENTARY bottle for BEST COSTUME, but watch out for lurking bloodsuckers! Make your LAST night your BEST at Vessel.

The freakiest frenchy in town, Frenchy Le Freak was influenced by the harder, more electro progressive European house, Frenchy started to play these records that struck a cord with SF music industry professionals and party goers. His style has slowly changed to the big room sound, with vocal driven high-energy house that brings the hands in the air vibe to the dance floor. Yet he is still versatile enough to play funkier and deeper 4-4 beat at smaller venues, much to the delight of the crowd. Frenchy’s mission in every set that he plays is to introduce the crowd to the exclusive new cuts from the worlds foremost producers and to tailor each set to the crowds mood, to connect with the crowd and improvise on the fly. Overall, Frenchy’s always focused on bringing quality house music to the people by epitomizing his motto Tout pour la Musique or Everything for the Music.

Pheeko hails from Oran-El-Bahia and spins house/electronica tracks for your Saturday sounds. His “Closer to Me” was chosen as one of the five exclusive promos for Winter Music Conference 2006 in Miami and it’s also on the Top 10 downloadable tracks on TraxSource.com. Pheeko became a resident DJ at Club Bliss. He also graced the decks at Florida’s hottest destination, South Beach Miami.

Born in Manila, Philippines, Martin Aquino was one of those few people consistent in bringing the deep house sound to what he considers the “fatuous folks of The Philippines” (whom some might consider as victims to unintelligent dance music). His signature style of deep, funky, and tech underground house has allowed him to showcase his skills at numerous SF clubs and have play alongside many of today’s top djs.

Official Site: http://vesselsf.com

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