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One of San Francisco's favorite events is back! Featuring TWO floors of sound.
Move It Or Lose It is back! Monarch x Mioli Music are bringing back one of San Francisco's favorite events featuring TWO floors of quality sound.
* Shane Fontane B2B Damienn
* Jaime James
* Mama Rainbow
Lounge:* Duserock & DJ Phleck
21+. ID required.
No proof of vaccination or mask required as of 6/15/2021, per San Francisco city guidelines
Emanate (Emily & Nate) fell in love with the mystique of electronic music at an early age. Nathan Vain knew right away what his future passion held when he acquired his first turntables at the age of 17. Emily Fox took a different route starting her journey in the music scene as an organizer and promoter. This endeavor lead to landing Nathan his first residency at a popular after hours spot back in 2001. A few years down the road and a desire for their success growing strong they moved to San Francisco together and started producing music as Emanate.
Both Emanate and Mioli had a breakout year in 2013 when Kollektiv Turmstrasse charted their remixes of Lily Ackerman’s “Africa” and also their remix of Tr-Ack’s “Stay” on Resident Advisor. Being featured, charted and played in DJ sets along with the likes of Stimming, Adriatique, Bonobo and David August was a milestone that validated their hard work and dedication, it also alerted the world of their arrival. From Techno, Tech House to Deep House you can expect a clever blend and balance of deep and edgy music.
Spontaneous as they may seem, ecstatic moments in late-night warehouse parties seldom happen on accident. Only artists like Shane Fontane grasp the sorcery needed to conjure proper techno soundscapes.
Beyond the wealth of technical knowledge at his fingertips, Shane’s sonic mysticism lies in his devotion to concept. His A Deep Within imprint, for instance, derives its minimal aesthetic from ideas involving mortality and legacy. Each track casts a different spell, and in succession they shape the world around you into an a space of cinematic grandeur.
Shane Fontane’s second-nature understanding of techno speaks to his decades of experience with DJing and remixing culture. Born and raised in Paterson, New Jersey, his earliest influences included Eazy-E and KRS-One at a time before hip-hop entered the mainstream spotlight. After watching Rob Gee deliver a set at Limelight in the early ‘90s, however, he began a lifelong descent into the rabbit hole of electronic music.
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