Opel presents Aphrodite & Lee Coombs - April 18th @ Public Works
- Public Works, San Francisco CA
Saturday, June 22nd
Opel is elated to present one of the most in demand techno and tech house producers in the world in
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Also $25 at the door before 11pm.
$3 vodka cocktails and heineken til 10:30.
161 Erie St @ Mission
It would take a long essay to fully explain UMEK’s meaning to electronic music. The Slovenian born producer and DJ has been setting trends and rocking dance floors for two decades now -- and still shows no signs of slowing down. He’s tireless in his techno and tech house production and with more than 100 gigs per year, probably one of the busiest techno DJs out there.
He’s not only been rocking our ears with his own productions for labels like Toolroom, Spinnin, Great Stuff, Intec and many more, but has also been heavily involved in choosing who to sign to his arty imprint 1605, which mostly supports young and talented artists who haven’t yet made it on the global party scene.
Having conquered most of world’s biggest stages and festivals, UMEK started his own weekly radio show “Behind the Iron Curtain,” which immediately landed on dozens of the world’s hippest EDM radio stations.
Although he probably holds a national record for the number of flights per year, UMEK still finds time for charity. Every August he hosts a charity event called “Party with a Cause,” where local sponsors help raise money for a certain cause, mostly to help underprivileged youth.
Follow UMEK on his website at www.umek.si, like him onwww.facebook.com/umek.si or follow him on Twitter - @UMEK_1605.
Opel specializes in conscious parties with kick ass line ups. Our intention is to use the dance community as a positive vehicle of change in the community and the world.
We believe the Bay Area dance community is in a unique position to be a catalyst for moving the greater society in a more conscious direction, in fact we feel that if we don't do this, the future looks very bleak for all of us.
We're dance enthusiasts tired of a world without substance, we're funky freaks trying to encourage some change, one party at a time.