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BLOW UP SF w/ RAC (the last Blow Up for a while)

RAC http://youtu.be/fMdPgJWKa6c
RAC (Remix Artist Collective)’s remixes have been reinventing the art of remixing and gathering widespread acclaim since the collective’s creation in 2007. The newest expansion of the RAC family is RAC DJs, another creative teaming of André Anjos and Karl Kling. With RAC DJs, RAC takes its remix theory to the booth, altering and combining tracks on the fly, to create an engaging soundscape fed by crowd energy and live interaction.

Miles The DJ
Miles the DJ is a resident at club Popscene a and can be heard on Live 105 radio every Saturday afternoon. He also frequently hosts the station's long running electronic music program “Subsonic”, Saturday nights from midnight-3am. He's spun at just about every indie venue in SF and has shared the stage with artists like Foster the People, DJ AM, Cut Copy, DJ Shadow, RAC and countless others. April 13th will be Miles' fifth time DJing at Blow Up, and surely… it will be his best time, ever.

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Main Room:
Harvard Bass
B Rich (Trouble & Bass / Party Like Us)
Resident DJ Jeffrey Paradise

Hosted by Ava Berlin.

Anyone who has ever watched the birth of a genre before knows that it almost always grows from the youth; the fresh perspective. Well, I'd like to present a candidate for that new sound in the form of new-comer Harvard Bass. Clocking in at a measley 21 years of age, this San Diegoan seems to have stumbled, with his first original track, on a hell of jackin' banger. If you have been through LA recently, you might recognize him as Sleazy V often seen amongst folk such as Paparazzi, Acid Girls, Johnny Love and so on. It's interesting to me that someone that has come up in the blog house scene then comes back with straight up jackin' house. I wonder if its a trend. I wonder if the pattern will persist and other young post bloghouse producers will follow suit. Regardless, this tune kills on the floor and I can't wait to see what else ol' Harvard Bass has got up his sleeve.

B Rich is one of America's purveyors of bass-heavy club music can go between house, bassline, funky, and garage all with a unifying element: huge low end frequencies. When behind the tables he shows the signs of an artist and performer who truly loves their work. His crisp production style has been shared with labels such as Ultra Records, Ministry of Sound, Scion A/V and Palms Out Sounds. Whether it's at the club or on BBC Radio 1, you can hear his tracks being played and supported by some of the heaviest selectors and tastemakers across the world.

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Main Room:

Skeet Skeet
DWNTWN — http://www.dwntwnmusic.com/
Resident DJ Jeffrey Paradise

Hosted by Ava Berlin.

Trevor aka Skeet Skeet was a mama's boy who wanted to be a DJ after only a few gigs “Skeet” was spinnin' all over the place: celebrity hot spots like Hyde, hipster hang-outs like Studio B, and big baller clubs in the Vegas/Atlantic City scene. In 2007 he teamed up with Shwayze and Cisco Adler to complete the Shwayze outfit. Putting out a Billboard top 10 record and two top 40 singles. In the last fews years Skeet has been featured in the film “The Haunting of Molley Hartley,” played for crowds of more than 20,000 at festivals like Bacardi B-live, Bud Bowl, Coachella, Lollapalooza and Street Scene while simultaneously pumping out remixes for acts like Little Boots, Katy Perry, Danger Radio, The Ting Tings, Boys Like Girls, and Shop Boyz among others. In 2008 Skeet was the first DJ ever to play the entire Vans Warped Tour, a traveling festival usually reserved for punk and indie rock bands, won Paper Magazine “Peoples Choice DJ” and was listed as Metromix LA's Hottest DJs to watch in LA.

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Resident DJ Jeffrey Paradise
Moon Shadow

Hosted by Ava Berlin. Photobooth by Jonathan Saunders. Roaming photos by Attic Floc, Allie Foraker, Cecilia Cacciatore, Montana Mendy & Storm Vincent. Video by Alex Drachnik.

Ssion (pronounced “shun”) is an art-punk act fronted by flamboyant vocalist/artist Cody Critcheloe well known for their extravagant live shows. Musically they draw from a wide range of influences, including the punk spectacle of Iggy Pop and the dance-party new wave of the B-52's as well as performance art and gay culture. Critcheloe's artwork graces the cover of Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Fever to Tell (2003) and the video for Liars' “There's Always Room on the Broom” (2004). Besides Critcheloe, Ssion's membership includes, among others, backup vocalists Taylor Painter-Wolfe and Shannon Michaels, who respectively create costumes and stage props for the act's live shows.

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Jeffrey Paradise -vs- Basura

Hosted by Ava Berlin & guest host Eric Belladona. Photobooth by Jonathan Saunders. Roaming photos by Attic Floc, Allie Foraker, Cecilia Cacciatore, Montana Mindy & Storm Vincent. Video by Alex Drachnik.

Jeffrey Paradise founder and resident DJ of Blow Up and will be taking center stage at this event… battling it out with DJ Basura for the title of the bay area's “nastiest” DJ. A lot has been said about Jeffrey over the years, with nearly 10 years of experience in making people dance and tours all over the world, come see for yourself what all the fuss is about.

DJ Basura needs no false advertisement, Not only has he spun along with world renown artists like She Wants Revenge, The Bravery, The Rapture, Holy Ghost! & LA Riots, he's also been voted by the Silicon Valley's #1 Chronicle, Metro Magazine, as “DJ of the Year!” Basura is unforgettably former co-contributor to the world famous music website missingtoof.com. With a musical repertoire that even the internet can't hold, come listen to magic!

Party Boy Eric Belladonna has been twirling on dance floors since he could get a hold of a fake ID, it was only destined that he would become a valid party promoter in the Bay Area! Primarily Known for his outlandish sense of style and unapologetically crazy-boy antics, he's also created long standing epic dance nights like The Workout, Wasteland SJ, and Adult. Eric has been named one of “The most influential people in the San Jose Bay Area” by Metro Magazine, and where else did it all begin but at Blow Up SF! Previously a regular fashion photographer and creative collaborator, this is Belladonna's homecoming, and it's going to be an unforgettable one! Dress to impress because he will be snapping photographs exclusive to the most fashion friendly and iconiclastic people.

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BLOW UP: Legendary DJ Felix da Housecat
Friday, Mar 9 10:00p to Saturday, Mar 10 3:00a
at DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA

Felix da Housecat

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BLOW UP: 7 Year Anniversary Tenderlions + Miles
Friday, Mar 2 10:00p to Saturday, Mar 3 1:00a
at DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA


Miles the DJ

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electro. house. dance party jams.


Main Room:

Plastic Plates (Sydney)
Eric Sharp (Rocket Science, SF)
Tropicool (LA)
Resident DJ: Jeffrey Paradise

Hosted by Ava Berlin. Photobooth by Jonathan Saunders

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BLOW UP: Classixx, Goldroom, Bixel Boys
Friday, Feb 10 10:00p to Saturday, Feb 11 1:00a
at DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA

Classixx (LA)

Tyler Blake and Michael David, childhood friends, started a DJ duo in the suburbs of LA and by their early twenties Classixx began to redefine the sound for the Los Angeles electronic music scene.

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Main Room:

Drop the Lime
Resident DJ Jeffrey Paradise

Hosted by Ava Berlin. Photobooth by Jonathan Saunders.

New York DJ/producer/singer Drop the Lime destroys dance floors across the country. His style blends 50s rock 'n' roll chic with the signature trouble & bass heavy sound currently defining the New York scene. Recent singles Hot as Hell and Sex Sax have shot up the dance charts, while his signature live vocals on top of his DJ sets always set a crowd a blaze.

His influences range from Brian Eno to rockabilly to Sonic Youth to Wu Tang but things don't just stop there. He finds a way to make every appearance “Hot as Hell”!

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Stretch Armstrong

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JEFFREY PARADISE (Blow Up, Poolside)
Facebook: http://on.fb.me/nTTM0C

+ Austy’s Pantz +
The drunkin afterparty, during the party!

Hosted by AVA BERLIN

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BLOW UP: Le Castle Vania, Paparazzi, & Saint
Friday, Jan 13 10:00p to Saturday, Jan 14 2:00a
at DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA



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Resident DJ Jeffrey Paradise
Vin Sol

Hosted by Ava Berlin.

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On Friday, December 9th, Jeffrey Paradise & Ava Berlin present:
JEFFREY PARADISE (Poolside, Blow Up)
DIRTY DAVE (Los Angeles)

+ Austy’s Upstairs FunHouse +
The drunkin afterparty, during the party!


Photos by Attic Floc
Jonathan Saunders + More

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BLOW UP Animal Party!

Main Room:
DJ Luvtek (Lazrtag, LA)
Miles the DJ (Live 105)

Hosted by Ava Berlin & Honey Mahogany

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Blow Up Forever II

The Rapture
Fred Falke
Treasure Fingers
Jeffrey Paradise
Eli Glad

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Blow Up: Designer Drugs – Friday, Sep 30 10:00p
Location: DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA
Main Room: Resident DJ Jeffrey Paradise Designer Drugs (Sex Cult, NYC)
Hosted by: Ava Berlin

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Main Room:
Black Matter (Sex Cult, NYC)
Resident DJ Jeffrey Paradise

Austy's Fun House, with your host Austy Pants
Evan (Tenderlions)
Segundo & The West Addy Crew

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BLOW UP FOREVER was a lot like regular BLOW UP, but way way BIGGER! Bigger DJS, Bigger Production, Bigger Sound, Bigger Lighting, Bigger Venue, Bigger everything!

The venue for BLOW UP FOREVER was The Factory (formally know as The Sound Factory), in SOMA, which is the biggest venue in the city, can accommodate 2000+ comfortably, plus it has 3 rooms for dancing including two 1000+ capacity rooms and an upstairs lounge.

BLOW UP is always 2nd Fridays at DNA Lounge, this was just one, extra special, big giant BLOW UP party, celebrating the best music, best people, best venue, and all around best party experience imaginable.


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Blow Up vs Popscene & Fred Falke

Main Room:
Resident DJ Jeffrey Paradise
Fred Falke (France) — performing live in his first ever SF appearance
Omar (Popscene)

Aaron Axelson (Popscene)
Miles the DJ (Popscene)

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Location: DNA Lounge – San Francisco, CA
Jeffrey Paradise & Ava Berlin: Star Eyes + Boyz IV Men + Eli Smith

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Main Room:
Tenderlions (performing live)
Trevor Simpson
Jeffrey Paradise

Hosted by: Ava Berlin

Photobooth by: Jonathan Saunders.

So many DJs, so many after-parties, so many spilled drinks, so many hook ups, so many pictures, so much dancing… celebrate six years of so much fun!

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BLOW UP @ DNA Lounge

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