Firday July 8th @ Mighty (119 Utah St.)
With DJs: Lee Burridge (UK), Nikola Baytala (Kontrol), Rooz (DeepBlue), Bo (DeepBlue), Nikita (Listed), Adnan (Forward)
Want to see who's going? Check out the Facebook event page.
Check out photos from last crazy events in SF Featuring Lee Burridge:
* Lee Burridge at BASE at Vessel - 4-2011
Every time Lee Burridge plays in SF it turns out to be one crazzzzy night! Expect a packed house with explosive energy on the dance floor, hands in the air, late nights to mornings, ... a night that you cannot miss! What can I say about Lee Burridge? Always trying to stay ahead of his game as the underground dance music is always changing and evolving. The UK DJ/Producer introduced me to big and mean basslines in the early 2000's. One of the first innovators to introduce the mix of breaks and 4x4 beats into house music. The man [Lee] was discovered at an after hours club in Hong Kong in the 90's by Sasha and Craig Richards who at that time were the front runners of the UK house scene. Sasha and Craig asked Lee to join them in a new project, Tyrant. Since then a residency at Fabric in London, two mix compilations on Global Underground, two Tyrant mix compilations, and a Balance mix compilation. Not to mention productions on labels like Cecille and Leftroom records and collaborations with artists like Matthew Dekay, Tim Green and Steve Porter. And of course, performing every weekend at the most popular electronic dance music clubs and festivals across the globe. Now that's a resume of a professional rockstar DJ/producer.
In 2011, Lee Burridge is on mission with the start of his new label "All Day I Dream" which is inspired by the beautiful deep sounds of the "All Day I Dream of Her" mix he put together in 2009. Lee is taking his "All Day I Dream" sound to day parties across the globe. Starting with two residencies at rooftops in New York and Los Angeles in the summer of 2011. While working on new up coming releases with Matthew Dekay on labels like Cecille.
Video of Lee Burridge rocking Movement Festival in Detroit back in 2008