Not sold out -- tickets will be available at the door.
Mighty Ruby Tuesday
A benefit for the RailsBridge Open Workshop Project
(with a focus on Gender Equality and Women in Technology)
Mighty @119 Utah St, SF (map)
Tuesday May 25, 2010
8pm - Midnight
$15 presale / $20 door
Dragn'fly (Strategik) / djdragnfly.com
Melyss (Opel/Hot Chocolate) / hotchocolatemusic.net/melyss
Tamo (Angels of bAss, Space Cowboys)
Ellen Ferrato / ellenferrato.com
Read more about RailsBridge, the Open Workshop Project and Sarah Allen's and Sarah Mei's goal of gender equality within the ruby community:
More about the DJs:
They say DJs are a “dime a dozen”. If that's true, then Dragn’fly is worth a million. Renowned for her insane programming & mixing skills, Dragn'fly seamlessly infuses together a wide array of elements ranging from tech-house and electro to head-throbbing tech-trance and full on ball-banging techno, going above just “playing a set” by creating memorable musical experiences. Having bridged the millennium with some of the most revered Bay Area nightlife crews, demand for this iconic DJ has spread like wildfire over the past decade, and today she remains in the forefront of the electronic dance movement with over 1,300 domestic appearances throughout the United States, including Hawaii, and internationally in various regions throughout Mexico, Germany and Brazil.
Ellen Ferrato has been spinning in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1995 with her distinctive and cutting edge style that is best described as deep, sexy, groovy, funky, driven house. Ellen exemplifies the phrase "interactive DJ" and loves to play off of the energy of the dance floor. She has played with many big names such as Doc Martin, Mark Farina, Basement Jaxx, Marques Wyatt, Ian Pooley, Deep Dish, John Aquavivo, DJ Dan, Boy George plus countless other great acts. Ellen has been nominated and won the Best DJ award by the SF Clubbys numerous times.
Melyss has been throwing down the funky breaks & house since 2000. Over the past 9 years she’s shared the stage with the likes of Meat Katie, Rogue Element, Stanton Warriors, Rennie Pilgrem, Adam Freeland and the list goes on. She is a resident with San Francisco crews Sister SF & Opel Productions and previously held a Tuesday residency for 4.5 years with the Mayonnaise crew in SF. Melyss is currently working on the production side of things with her husband with their project Cheeky Productions and truly excited to finally have a weekly party at Milk dedicated to funk & disco Hot Chocolate.
Getting her start in 2003 Tamo continues to dj in the Burning Man and underground scene in and around San Francisco and the Bay Area. Music styles ranging from deep house, techno, and dirty breaks she also enjoys mixing styles within her sets. Combining her clothing design business with djing makes for a busy lifestyle but still finds time to coordinate many events under Style Division supporting San Francisco's independent designers along side local charities.