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Ian Pooley (Innervisions, POOLEDMUSIC)

Great Northern San Francisco

Thursday, June 7, 2018 9:30 PM - 3:00 AM

21 and Over, Electronic

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Main Room Table (Small)

12 GUESTS | $360.00 MIN

Table in main room to side of DJ booth. (Tax & tip INCLUDED in price. Table in main room. (Tax & tip INCLUDED in price. Two free tickets included; all other guests must purchase tickets at door.)

Main Room Table (Large)

20 GUESTS | $720.00 MIN

Table in main room behind DJ booth. (Tax & tip INCLUDED in price. Six free tickets included; all other guests must purchase tickets at door.)

Event Details

Hailing from Mainz, near Frankfurt, Germany, Ian Pooley, alongside other nu school German artists such as Mousse T., Boris Dlugosch and partner in crime, DJ Tonka, has been swapping the traditional hard trance/techno sounds typical of some German clubs for the funky and sublime sounds imported from America, to great effect.
Pooley has been bridging the gap between techno and house, creating tracks such as the massive 'Celtic Cross' and 'Chord Memory' on the Force Inc. Music Works, as well as recording more housier and disco orientated workouts for labels such as John Acquaviva's Definitive Recordings, Effective Records and NRK Sound Division. Ian has also remixed for Daft Punk, The Cardigans, The Beloved, Green Velvet, Modjo, Nick Holder and many more. By refusing to pigeonhole his sound, Pooley records have graced the record boxes of DJs as diverse as Dave Clarke, Justin Robertson, Dave Angel, Judge Jules and Terry Farley. Recently, Ian recorded two albums for V2 Records, Inc.; "Meridian" was a classic Pooley album, choc full of tech-house and including the "What's Your Number" as remixed by Jazzanova and Bob Sinclar. Ian released his second LP for V2 in 2000; 'Since Then' saw Ian move in a more housier, latin direction and spawned the hit single '900 Degrees'.

Artist Details

Ian Pooley

Very shortly after his friendly split from V2 Records, Ian Pooley has set his goals anew – and they are higher than ever. Being one of the most respected producers in the genre of dance music today, the maestro of deep disco house has been working heavily over the past year to present a new longplayer that fully reflects his artistical development. Since his very first releases as a teenager in 1990, when Ian was a great admirer of Detroit techno masterminds like Derrick May, his musical skills have... View More

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