News Month: July 2017

This Saturday, July 15, we’re hosting a new party at the Public Works Loft: TechnoClam, a celebration of deep techno and house and the women devoted to them. We thought partygoers might want to learn more about what goes on behind the scenes, so we caught up with Alex McGeagh, one of the Clam’s co-founders. Read on — and snag cheap presale tickets for Saturday’s party. See you there!
 

 

Tell us about TechnoClam — what exactly is it? How did it begin? Are there some kind of seafloor dance parties that we don’t know about?
TechnoClam is a feminist website devoted to the women of house and techno. The idea hatched after reading lots of lists and articles annoyingly dominated by men in my favorite online music mags, and after an especially stoned and giggly BART ride with some good friends, the name was born. We share a weekly post of parties that we recommend, … Read more ›

If you live in the Bay Area and you like dance music, you’ve probably heard of Atish. The San Francisco DJ has spent the past couple of years seeing his star steadily rise … moving handily from playing aboard Robot Heart at Burning Man to festivals like Desert Hearts and clubs around the world.
He recently launched his own party, Late Night Tonite, which he’s brought to Public Works and Good Room in Brooklyn, in which Atish hosts a guest for the party — and interviews them live on stage. It’s not your usual party, but Atish is not your usual DJ.
This Friday, July 7, Atish returns to the Public Works Loft for an all-night, open-close DJ set. If you don’t already have a ticket, we’re sorry — it’s sold out. But even if you didn’t snag a ticket, you might get a kick out of this interview with the man himself anyway. Read on!
 

 
Your profile has steadily risen over the years, both at home and abroad. … Read more ›