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HOUSEPITALITY w/ BIG BULLY, Matt Richardson, Leif & Paul Carey

Posted by admin - May 29, 2013 - Interviews

( ( ( ( (H O U S E P I T A L I T Y) ) ) ) ) closes out our May lineup with an exclusive appearance from one of southern California’s finest producers/vocalists, with this DJ set from:

::BIG BULLY (Get Physical, Circus Company | Los Angeles/Brooklyn)::

With support from:

::MATT RICHARDSON (Housepitality | SF)::
::LIEF (San Francisco)::

Groove Lounge

::PAUL CAREY (Tweekin’ | SF)::

They say that music can soothe even the savage beast, and so, for the final May edition of Housepitality, we’re bringing a wild beast raised in the sweaty, dusty wilds of southern California… but not just any beast… this one can sing, he can produce music, and can, in fact, DJ: Big Bully. Big Bully is a production and vocalist powerhouse currently, with productions and guest vocal appearances coming out on such labels of the moment as Get Physical, Thema, Circus Company, Culprit, Spectral Sound, and many others. He’s another example of an artist that not too many non-DJ types might have heard of, and yet you’ve certainly heard his music, and heard his voice; trust us, this will be good. This guy’s no joke. And from what we hear, he might actually be a pretty nice guy, despite his name.

Playing immediately before Big Bully is our resident musical stylist Matt Richardson, making another overdue appearance. From Matt, expect deep, Berlin-centric house on the trippier, deeper tip, always keeping a steady groove, and yet slightly out of this world. If you’ve missed Matt, you’ve missed a treat, so come by and watch him take us from 9pm until it’s time for the headliner… a long opening set is just the perfect way to experience Matt. He’s truly great, and an amazing guy to boot.

Opening up, DJ Leif aka Leif Engberg will be making a comeback appearance on the decks, after a long absence. He’s no slouch or newb, having DJed extensively in a now-defunct NYC-based collective that you may not be cool enough to have heard of…

In the back, a birthday celebration featuring the musical stylings of Paul Carey.

All in all… it’s just another brick in the… just kidding, it’s our last Housepitality in May, and should prove to be a hot one. See ya’ll on the dance floor.

The details:

FREE before 11pm with RSVP at
otherwise $5 before 11pm, $10 after
FREE champagne from 9pm-10pm
$5 Jameson (with mention of Housepitality discount)
Streaming LIVE at


Big Bully

Born in the middle of some back country shitbox desert town on route 66 between LA and Vegas, Dawson Baca aka Big Bully emerged from his mothers sacred hole and launched immediately into a music career by time he was under 30 minutes old. Over the years, Big Bully has fine tuned his vocal & production pitches, crossing lines of techno and house.

Anyway, Dawson has releases on Get Pnysical w/Fuckpony and Samim, Vakant w/Dinky, Circus Company w/Samim, Culprit and Simple w/Adultnapper as well as Tuning Spork, Tic Tac Toe, Mo’s Ferry Prod. and Kindisch. The guy is a fucking workhorse.

Stay tuned for upcoming releases w/Fur Coat coming out on Crosstown Rebels..

Vakant 020- Dinky – Move In ep ft. Big Bully
Circus Company 016 – Samim – Do You See The Light ep – ft. Big Bully
Get Physical GPMLP 016 – Samim – Flow (LP) – ft. Big Bully
Get Physical 044 – Fuckpony – Ride The Pony ep – ft. Big Bully
Get Physical 089 – Samim ft. Big Bully – The Lick w/Derrick Carter remixes-
Kindisch 002 – Jay Haze Ft. Big Bully & Sven VT
Mo’s Ferry Prod.024 – Mikael Stavostrand ft. Big Bully – No Turning Back
Spectral Sound 43- Mikael Stavostrand ft. Big Bully – Death Is Nothing To Fear Vol.2
Thema 006 – Mikael Stavostrand ft. Big Bully – Please My Pain
Sub Static – Falko Brocksieper – Heavy Day ft. Big Bully
Tuning Spork Family Affair 009 – Krak Street Boyz – Street Power ft. Big Bully
Simple 048 – Adultnapper ft. Big Bully -Low Point On High Ground ep
Culprit 008 – Adultnapper ft. Big Bully – Hazy Lazy ep


Matt Richardson

Matt is a Housepitality resident and crew member pushing a Berlin-centric, groovy, deep-minimal (and vinyl) House sound.

He also spins Nigerian Funk, Blues, Psychedelic Rock, and Highlife records from the 1970s, but we don’t talk about that.


Paul Carey

An avid record collector for almost 20 years, Paul Carey got his first taste of house music in the early underground house scene of Northern California circa 1993: A heady mix of full-moon parties, beach parties, dirty warehouses, laid-back clubs, and crazy house parties coupled with psychedelic, funky, deep house. In 2000, Paul started managing the infamous Tweekin Records and was also one of the stores buyers. Pauls talent and musical depth of field make him a standout DJ. He brings a fresh and innovative approach to the music, which assures him longevity in this highly competitive and progressive music industry. Paul has become a well-established artist in the San Francisco underground music scene. He plays cutting edge music , with one eye firmly fixed on the dancefloor at all times. His influences include: SFs legendary Wicked crew (Jeno, Garth & Markie Mark), Mark Farina, DJ Harvey ,Doc Martin, the DIY crew (UK) , DJ Buck. Pauls shared the decks with such internationally acclaimed DJs as Mark Farina ,Diz , Joshua (IZ) , Luke Soloman, Derrick Carter , Miguel Migs, Jeno, Doc Martin, DJ Harvey , Dan Ghenacia , Z-Trip, Peanut Butter Wolf, etc. Paul has played at every major venue and multiple underground parties in San Francisco. 1015 , Monarch , 222 , Ruby Skye , The End Up ,and The Top are just a few of the clubs in San Francisco. Aside from playing all over San Francisco, he also played out of town as well. London , Mexico (Tulum & Playa Del Carmen) , Hawaii , New York , Philly , L.A. & San Diego just to name a few.


Enjoy handcrafted cocktails by our very own groove lounge mixologist.

World class acts, world class music, every Wednesday night..

We got you!

Located at F8 (formerly Icon Lounge)
1192 Folsom
Folsom St. at 8th St., SF

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