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San Francisco - All Day All Night, DJ Dials, and Audio invite you A day party at the Historic San Francisco Mint featuring YOTTO on Sunday, September 5th. Join us as he plays an extended set at one of most iconic venues in the Bay Area.
Support by Anden, Sohmi, Lucid D b2b Ryan Russell
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ABOUT THE ARTIST: Yotto likes walks in the park, nights by the fire, and deadpan stares across dinner tables. He also likes to produce electronic music. In 2018 he released his acclaimed debut album Hyperfall, accumulating over 15m streams. This followed his debut on the BBC’s iconic Essential Mix, to add to his 5 ‘Essential New Tune’ nods from Pete Tong, and 3 ‘Hottest Record In the World’ selections on Annie Mac's show. DJ support has proved devastatingly eclectic, ranging from Solomun, Dixon, Eric Prydz, Jamie Jones, Patrice Bäumel, Kölsch and Joris Voorn.. His multifarious remix list includes Gorillaz, Röyksopp, Sasha, RÜFÜS DU SOL and Lane 8. He also boasts a vibrant vocabulary.
Establishing himself as one of electronic music's forces to be reckoned with, Yotto launched his own record label 'Odd One Out' with debut single 'Shifter' in July 2019. In celebration of the new label, Yotto embarked on his biggest tour to date, with headline shows across Australia and North America in late 2019, before bringing Odd One Out to Europe and the rest of the world in 2020. The tour follows plays at some of the most reputable music festivals worldwide such as Coachella, Tomorrowland, Osheaga, Lightning in a Bottle, BPM, CRSSD, Electric Zoo, ADE and many more.
ABOUT THE VENUE: To put it simply The San Francisco Mint is spectacular. Also affectionately known as The Granite Lady, was said to have held nearly 1/3 of the nation’s wealth in its heyday. Opening in 1874, it miraculously withstood the devastating effects of the 1906 earthquake and fire and, continued operation until 1937. The Old Mint was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1961.