Show Me Love Ft. Kenny Summit, Steve Fabus, Fawks Gilic, Chuy Fresno

Monarch San Francisco

Saturday, October 16, 2021 9:00 PM

Electronic

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$10.00 (+$3.68 Fee)

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Event Details

House Music For The Love You Need
Show Me Love is the message

This is the place...a monthly House & Disco party for all.

Our Pansexual Playground
All of Us

There shall be no fighting, blighting, shiteing, celebrity sighting or ego biting. We are freaks gender bender strobe-light honeys.

We are a big heart Disko. No fakers, mugs or thugs. Music is life. We are the late night disenfranchised and this is our House. Stay free.

We are tops off evangelism. So fuck fashionable negativity, let’s fly the flag for all things passionate and real. Love saves the day.

Dirty is truth. Dirty is the heart and soul. We are the dirty bastards & bitches. It’s time to return to the source. Back to basics with vocals from heaven, odd numbers and baselines.

Listen without prejudice. In a magical hidden place that we create wherever we gather. Love is lit.

This is our place. A place where we can connect & dance till we are all free.

So leave everything at the door.
Show Me Love

(*excerpts from homobloc manifesto, cuz it says it likes we live it)

To ensure attendee, staff, and community safety - and per SF city mandate - we are currently requiring proof of full vaccination and masks. We recommend setting up your QR vaccine record.

This month's Show Me Love selectors:

Kenny Summit
Kenny is a storied House Music DJ, producer and Record Label Owner. Some of Kenny’s most recent work includes the release of the 2021 remix pack of his house classic ‘Loving You’ which Kenny produced with Frankie Knuckles; with remixes from Daft Punk collaborator Ian Pooley and German production icon Roberto Rodriguez (12” vinyl is here).

‘Burnin’ is Kenny’s next vinyl release with remixes by the late great Paul Johnson, DJ Aphrodite and New York’s one and only DJ Spinna. Kenny just finished a remix for Todd Terry that comes out in September, and Treasure Fingers and Kenny have a release coming out in September as well. Other releases that have solidified Kenny Summit as a household name include his work with:

Godfather of Disco Giorgio Mororder and Kylie Minogue ‘Right Here Right Now’ (Rolling Stone Magazine Remix Of The Year)

Louie Vega / Julie McKnight ‘Diamond Life’ (Defected)

30 years of DJing, over 400 production credits to his name and over 50 #1 international house hits, including a stellar 4 month #1 Billboard position for his collaborative remix of Lou Rawls “You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine” (another record Kenny produced with Frankie Knuckles, which was nominated at the International Dance Music Awards for ‘Remix Of The Year’), Kenny Summit is one of the most beloved DJ in the house community today that remains a true underground crowd favorite.

Steve Fabus Soundcloud

Steve Fabus is one of the few club DJs whose career spans almost the entire history of the profession and art form itself. He has played at legendary clubs Trocadero Transfer, I-Beam and EndUp in San Francisco, Tracks and River Club in NYC and Does Your Mama Know and Probe in LA. Currently in SF he is co-founder and resident of Go BANG going into its 12th year. He also has played regularly with Honey Soundsystem and Comfort & Joy and plays all over San Francisco in clubs pushing the margins for new music as well as classic underground house and disco. He has done guest spots across the country in NYC, Chicago, LA, Seattle, Philadelphia, Miami and other cities and in Europe he's played at Horse Meat Disco and Dalston Superstore in London, Cocktail d'Amore in Berlin and Sub Club in Glasgow. Summer 2019 he played a banner closing set at the Honcho Campout queer music gathering on the East Coast and was scheduled to play the Glastonbury Music Festival in the UK.

Chuy FresnoSoundcloud

Chuy Fresno has been a music lover since day one. He was introduce to electronic music at age 13, via a hand me down Orbital mixtape. He quickly realized electronic music isn’t just barking at you like most other genres, it’s all around you, and so began his official journey into the Underground.

Chuy started attending events like Narnia, Together as one, How Sweet it is, Juju Beats and Audiotistic where he found himself standing front & center on the House Music dance floors.

Enthralled by the Deep funky tribal sounds of the west coast, Chuy’s collection started to take form, heavily influenced by artists like Doc Martin, Jeno, DJ Harvey and DJ Dan to name a few. Much like a street mutt, he found his forever home when he joined Siesta Music in ’03 and starting his own label Trailerpark Records in ’04. Chuy has shared the decks with some of his heros and good friends like Doc, Mark Quark, Lee Reynolds, Paluka, Cris Herrera, DJ Keoki, Diz, Tony Hewitt, Donald Glaude, Wally Callerio, Demarkus Lewis, Jesse Saunders, Galen, Matthew Brian, Paul Najera, Thugfucker, Tim Green and Jon-E-Thin.

In 2017, Chuy moved up to Northern Californiato work at a cannabis farm. Since then, he’s joined Suspects SF, started his new monthly podcast Farm 2 Tables, and is now a resident for Multi-Tracks at F8.

Fawks GilicSoundcloud

Fawks is a resident DJ, Entertainment Manager and a founding member of the kinky-collective Fog City Pack. A group whose core parties, 'Alpha' 'Beta' and 'Omega', have become infamous; both for their talent bookings and for their sexually-liberated dance floors.

During COVID he also launched his independent project FawksTales. Which he’s brought into the real world with much success and continues to create inclusive spaces for performers of all kinds, to share their talents, passions and shape the future of nightlife culture.

And with affinity for seductive baselines, haunting melodies, and culturally relevant messages he continues to earn a name for himself in San Francisco’s queer nightlife.

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