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Future Factory: Justin Jay

Temple San Francisco

Friday, June 12, 2015 10:00 PM

Electronic, After Hours, Rap / Hip-Hop

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Event Details

The future has arrived in San Francisco. Its home—Temple Nightclub's Future Factory; a weekly event that showcases cutting edge artists at one of the world's most innovative clubs. While the other-worldly redesign of the new Temple is enough to leave partygoers in awe, the talent roster of the flagship Future Factory event is equally impressive. Featuring music from Deep House to Future, and G-House. Friday June 12th, we’re welcoming Los Angeles-based artist, Justin Jay. Launching his music career from his freshman dorm room, the Los Angeles-based 21-year-old producer/DJ, Justin Jay, has already seen success that extends well beyond his years. He is surely not resting on any laurels as he continues to craft his sound as a true artist. As the youngest member of the Dirtybird family, Justin has seen incredible support by the likes of Claude VonStroke, Jamie Jones, Disclosure, Tiga, and George Fitzgerald, among many others. He is being recognized as a "Future Star" by trusted tastemakers, such as Pete Tong, and fans alike. At the heart of his music, Justin Jay manifests his soul, funk and jazz roots in a nostalgic, yet forward-thinking manner that yields his unmistakable brand ofhouse music, which has won him releases on labels such as Dirtybird, Culprit and Southern Fried Records. His productions put him in the spotlight on club and festival stages across the globe, from LA's HARD Summer to the Dirtybird residency at Sankeys Ibiza, where he held crowds in his grasp, taking fans on a rollercoaster of energy and music, ranging from deep house to breakbeat to techno. Justin Jay is set to continue building his career one step at a time. He doesn't plan on taking any shortcuts, and continues to remain humble, earning his place as a leader in dance music.


540 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
United States (Directions)