San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Signs & Symbols: The Art of Mad Dog Madigan and Michael Robinson featuring the Space Cowboys DJs
As a member and resident of Space Cowboys, DJ Zach Moore spins events from San Francisco to the Burning Man playa and beyond. Zach has played epic sold-out events like Outside Lands, Treasure Island Music Festival, Lightening in a Bottle, PEX Summer Fest and Space Cowboys' own Ghost Ship and Breakfast of Champions. These days, Zach's sets are mostly packed with party rockin' breaks, but his love of electronic music starts with house and spans many of the subgenres, including deep, tech, vocal, progressive, and electro. Zach is also the producer of The RIPEcast, the Space Cowboys' weekly electronic music podcast and 2013 Breakspoll nominee for "Best Radio Show".
Chip Corwin, (a.k.a.) DJ Mancub, is one of San Francisco's premiere DJ’s. Mancub delivers a one-two punch, using authentic boxing gloves during his performance. He is the only DJ in San Francisco to use such a peculiar technique. Expect a T.K.O.!
He represents the world famous Space Cowboys and Sleevin Records in San Francisco. For the last 4 years he as been voted into the top eleven dj's of San Francisco along with Mark Farina, Miguel Miggs, Bassnectar, Fred Everything, Smoove, M3 and David Harness. Mancub has archived weekly radio shows on netamp.com for pulseradio (2003-2005) and nsbradio.co.uk (2005-2007). You can hear Simo and Mancub's release, "Punks of Funk" with remixes out on Sleevin records this May. Check his podcast at mancub.podomatic.com.
Me? I've been playing clubs, parties and events in SF and across the US, Europe and Asia for nearly a decade now. My taste in music ranges from lounge and soulful downtempo through hip-hop, disco, funk, and on to house, uptempo breaks and anything groovy in between.
Because I split my time between the underground, clubs and art events, I've been fortunate to share my music with people from very different walks of life - so my taste in music is always evolving to reflect this diversity.
To keep up with what I'm doing, where I'm going and how we might cross paths, just jump on my mailing list...firstname.lastname@example.org