Its our first party at Temple and we are going HUGE; two of the biggest techno djs in the world; Derrick May and Stacey Pullen. Everytime we bring Derrick May to SF its a packed house, now with Stacey Pullen, at SF's hottest club, Temple... it will be off the chains! It will be the 2nd Saturday night Temple has been officially open and what a way to celebrate your 2nd weekend opening than with a first class lineup like this. Be prepared for a huge party, get your presale tickets as they are the cheapest alternatives.
Derrick May, known to many as the God Father of techno, has been accredited to be one of the founders and creators of the Techno genre along with Juan Atkins and Kevin Saunderson. Derrick's style is very fit to San Francisco, you can hear funky chicago influences in his sets infused with groovey percussions that is very well recived with the SF house crowd. 2007 has been an exciting year for Derrick, his popularity in Europe has granted him a gig in all of Europes most popular festivals; from Amsterdam to Creamfields, to Monegros Desert festival in Spain. Not to mention owning the Japan festival circuit. Now with his new residency at "Ministry of Sound" in London, the worlds most popular club, thats leading to the release of his new Ministry of Sound compilation. Techno has been really popular these days, big industry players like Danny Tenaglia, Sasha, Digweed, Dubfire from Deep Dish, Steve Lawler plus a whole new generation of new commers are all playing Techno. Making the underground sounds of Techno more widely played in clubs across the world, which is making Derrick's sets bigger than ever before.
Stacey Pullen, is an innovator from the Second Wave of Detroit techno, he grew up under the mentorship of Detroit's legendary three: Derrick May, Juan Atkins and Kevin Saunderson. Still continuing to produce his characteristic atmosphere laden electronic sound, Stacey Pullen compounds his reputation as a producer with that of being one of the world's most in demand DJs, playing weekly across the globe year in, year out. Back in the late 90's his underground techy sound and his residency at Fabric (the worlds #1 club, djMag 2006) made him huge in London. Then followed the rest of the world.