Label: Om Records
Bio: San Francisco resident and world-renowned DJ/producer J Boogie continues to challenge the boundaries of the music world across genres, styles, languages and borders throughout his 20-year career. This truly unique artist speaks to his listeners through a diverse musical language he created integr... See Full BioMore Info
DUB MISSION presents the best in dub, dubstep, roots & dancehall with DJ SEP, J BOOGIE (Dubtronic Science/Om) and a special set by DJ JIMMY LOVE (Non Stop Bhangra) at Elbo Room - 647 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 - Club is 21+ - Club info: 415 552 7788 9 pm to 2 am - Free before 9:30 / $6 after On this night DJ JIMMY LOVE will bring some Asian dread bass madness to the Dub Mission stage, dropping a special set of Dubplate remixes with Bhangra/Reggae infused beats over hard hitting bass lines. Bridging the gap between two killer dance floor sounds, the infectious sound clash should keep all dubwise heads moving. Founder of San Francisco's legendary Non Stop Bhangra "Best Dance Party - 7X7 Mag," and a resident of Best Club Night Surya Dub, DJ Jimmy Love has been rocking the city with his unique blend of world and electronic mixes for years. A true lover of funky beats, his remixes have been featured everywhere from the BBC Asian network to NYC's finest The Rub's remix wall. Having played along side some of the biggest DJs around, he has also opened for superstar acts like Amuck Shankar, Michael Franti, and Zingy Marley while touring North America with his Non Stop Bhangra Collective live set. A new rising star from San Francisco, his hope is to bridge the gap between Eastern and Western dance floors all over the world. www.nonstopbhangra.com www.djjimmylove.com www.soundcloud.com/dj-jimmy-love
San Francisco’s most multicultural NYE party returns with headliner Zap Mama, plus SILA, Non-Stop Bhangra, Sambaxe Dance, and DJs J-Boogie, Jimmy Love, and Matt Haze. Now in its 6th year, Eclectic Fever has become a multicultural institution among New Years’ Eve partygoers in San Francisco, ever since debuting in 2005. As always, the lineup offers a global feast of rhythms from all over the world. Known to her fans as Zap Mama, Marie Daulne redefines the term “vocalist.” She is more than just a singer—although she does that very well—but more of a sonic stylist, who alternates between storytelling and organic creative expression utilizing the tonality of the human voice. Since first bursting on the scene almost 20 years ago, the Belgian-Congolese diva has wowed audiences around the world with her unique sound, which seamlessly blends African, American, and European cultural influences and effortlessly mixes genres such as R&B, hip-hop, and jazz with indigenous and tribal sounds. Zap Mama’s seven album-deep catalog represents her mastery of what African griots recognize as the seventh sense: the ability to heal through music. In addition to her musical endeavors, Daule has worked with humanitarian aid organizations Doctors Without Borders, Amnesty International, CARE and the United Nations. Since launching his musical career in 2003, Kenyan-born singer/songwriter and 2010 NAACP Image Award winner SILA has steadfastly become the Bay Area’s top world music artist, as well as a tireless proponent of humanitarian causes. Currently at work on his highly-anticipated third album, SuperAfrican, his music combines the social commentary of Fela Kuti, the funk of James Brown, and the universal consciousness of Bob Marley. Non-Stop Bhangra are a SF-based Indian dance/music troupe who bring the traditional sounds of Punjabi culture into a contemporary frame. Starting with a template based around North Indian Bhangra, this collective of dancers, musicians, vocalists, drummers, and musicians fuses hip-hop, reggae, and electronic sounds into the mix, resulting in a festive, party-friendly vibe. Sambaxé is a full force, energetic group of Brazilian-style dancers who bring the spirit of Carnival with them wherever they go. They perform alongside Bateria ¡Blocura! De San Francisco, a live band led by Alfie Macias. DJ support at Eclectic Fever is provided by Jimmy Love (Non-Stop Bhangra), J-Boogie (Om Records/J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science), and Matt Haze (Slayers’ Club). A portion of proceeds will benefit Doctors Without Borders’ work in Somalia.
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