Saturday October 4th [9pm - 6am] Free b4 10pm, $10 b4 11pm, $20 b4 1am and $25 after
With DJs Doc Martin, M3, Rooz, Michael Anthony, Bo, Johnny Collective
LOCATION: 3103 3rd St. @ Cezar Chavez
Last years Deep Blue LoveFest after party was off da hinges, one of the best parties ive thrown my whole life, seriously. We had Mark Farina, Miguel Migs, and DJ Dan on the lineup and all sorts of super star world famous djs hanging out. Including some super star actors and actresses like Drew Barrymore, Justin Long, and Sam Rockwell decided to come to an SF underground party. CLICK HERE to check out the pictures from last years Deep Blue lovefest afterparty
Deep Blue is all about great underground music spun by pros in a comfortable and chill atmosphere. It sounds simple, but not everyone can do right: the location is a cross between a warehouse and a large loft, the DJ line-up is a collection of late-night pioneers that have each affected the SF after-hours scene in their own way, and the energy on the dance floor is unforgetable... youll get sucked right into the DEEP BLUE. People of all shapes, sizes, races, religions, political views, ... all come together for one purpose, to dance the night away.
Lovefest is here and we gotta represent with a big Deep Blue party. So we got on of SF's alltime favorite DJs, DOC MARTIN. Most of you do not understand how influential this man was to the underground house movement. Even here in SF, Doc was a major figure, he was a part of most of the major underground events and the old school underground SF crowd will never forget that. Doc Martin is truely a house music hero and legend around the world especially in the west coast, and that really makes this night special.
As one of the major players in laying the foundations of a strong West Coast dance scene, Doc has always been a master of mixing the crowd with the music. Neatly avoiding pigeonholing, while embracing a myriad of different styles, his set creates a warm unique vibe of empathy on the dance floor.
Doc's legendary 8 hour sets at Flammable Liquid, Sunday Love, to the most underground lofts, and warehouse parties know no colors, age or sexual orientation. Not only does he regularly devastate dance floors in prestigious clubs like New York's Twilo and Liverpool's Cream, to the smallest loft parties, but he can also send a crowd of ravers into a euphoric groove. That's rare these days in a scene where there are sizable walls between the two ends of the dance music spectrum. While most star DJ's are one-note musicians sticking to a single subgenera of music, Doc' s live sets bring many styles of music as well as people together.