Epic Presents: Disco of The Dead! ft The Wild Boyz! & DJ Steele & Whitlock
Wednesday, October 31, 2012 at 9:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
DISCO OF THE DEAD // INNOV8 Halloween Costume Party
Featuring: The Wild Boyz!
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Anything out of the ordinary is highly encouraged, and even rewarded! ** $300 CASH PRIZE goes to the best costume!!!
To enhance the disco vibe even further, anyone decked out in 70's attire will be provided with a free Afro wig! So prepare to dance until our disco going ancestors rise from the dead, can you dig it!?
Headlining set by:
The Wild Boyz
http://www.wildboyz-music.com/ http://www.soundcloud.com/wldboyz http://www.twitter.com/wldboyz
Opening set: SteelE vs Whitlock
✓ EPIC laser light show - in FULL EFFECT!
✓ $300 prize for best costume
✓ Full transformation of the Matrix
✓ Phenomenal sound system
✓ Killer drink specials
>>$6 Kettle One Drinks
>>$150 Kettle One Bottles
Please call: (415) 754-5744
✓ Age: 21+
✓ Doors 8pm
$15: pre-sales - Available Soon
$20: At the door
UPCOMING INNOV8 EVENTS:
October 3rd // Candyland (IntoTheAM Tour)
October 10th // Mack Blajik (formerly Oh My!)
October 24th // Team No Sleep
October 31st // The Wild Boyz!
-----------------Wild Boyz bio-------------------
The Wild Boyz! project was born in early 2012, when Jared F and Kean B decided to combine forces and produce their own unique brand of electro house. Borrowing from their diverse musical backgrounds and myriad of influences, the duo set out to create a sound that was reminiscent of rock and roll, but perfect for for the big room. After a few hours in the studio, they had written their first track,
sampling Duran Duran's "Wild Boys," which eventually became their moniker.
Although the Wild Boyz! spend countless hours in the studio, they are definitely not strangers to the DJ booth. Between them, they have over 20 years of experience behind the decks, and have shared the stage with mainstage artists including Chuckie, Nero, LA Riots, Le Castle Vania, Steve Aoki, and Bob Sinclar, to name a few. Constantly seeking to push the boundaries of "DJing," the Wild Boyz! live performance is always energetic and innovative; never sticking to one genre or tempo in a set.
Given their experience and increasing recognition, 2012 promises to be a big year for the Wild Boyz! All they want to know is, are you ready to get Wild?
When & Where
The Matrix was opened by Marty Balin in 1965 as a place for his new band, Jefferson Airplane, to play. From that moment on, The Matrix showcased the biggest bands of the 60's. The Matrix closed in 1972, but was revived as MatrixFillmore in 2001 with a plush and intimate vibe that instantly became a favorite nightspot for San Francisco locals and visitors.
MatrixFillmore is open daily from 8 pm – 2 am and features music-focused DJs and nightly events.