Housepitality brings together pioneering talents from Detroit and Chicago for the first time. Feat. a 1-of-a-kind live performance by House Music Icon DAJAE!
This week, Housepitality features the going away set from SF’s Lance De Sardi, a birthday set from C.J. Larsen, opening set from Housepitality founder Michael Tello. Groove Lounge set from Mozghan (We Are Monsters).
Housepitality interviews Barcelona-based DJ/producer Sishi Rösch in advance of his SF debut performance.
As the sunshine fades and Indian Summer turns to windy and grey SF winter, Housepitality is continuing to bring sounds reminiscent of a warmer place: Barcelona, Spain. This week’s guest, Sishi Rösch, is part of a new wave of artists coming from Barcelona, who are making waves at a very young age thanks to honing and perfecting a sound that has been called “Futuristic Gangsta House” or “Gangster disco.”
As this beautiful SF summer continues, Housepitality is proud to continue bringing world-class artists to our midweek dance floor, and this week is no exception…
In association with NextAid are proud to present a Housepitality like no other: a combined benefit, remix album release party, and birthday bash all in one, featuring performances by…
Housepitality is proud to present the triumphant return of two of our favorites, house & dub techno master ERIC CLOUTIER (The Bunker, Down | New York) & producer & live PA techno artist extraordinaire CHRISTINA CHATFIELD (Beretta Grey, AYLI | SF)
House music ICON PAUL JOHNSON brings his Daft Punk inspiring abilities to San Francisco for the first itme in a long time! Also new Housepitality resident Bai-ee of audioJazz warms the decks up with Tyrel Williams. But this isn’t these three Chicago artists first rodeo together…
Beaner is a master at losing mobile phones and staying awake for long periods of time without the aid of stimulants. He enjoys masturbation, difficulty, overcoming odds, and tear-jerking finales.
Anyone who experienced the very beginnings of the house techno scene around the Ann Arbor/ Detroit area is familiar with the name Chuck Hampton. He was like our local Derrick Carter, never missed a step and kept the bodies moving.