This weekend, Saturday December 17, Beauty Bar is hosting another great party - the second installment of TheHundred. Last month TheHundred had it's first event and it was definitely a night to remember for house music fans, and this month's party should be at least as great as the last one.
What is TheHundred? It is a concept that changes the way shows are booked and makes for one hell of a close-knit party among friends. A group of people passionate about music choose acts they want to see. The acts come to town to small, intimate venues and ticket prices are kept as low as possible, meaning people get to see who they want and they get to bring their friends for cheap! Last month this whole thing kicked off and you can read about it here. This month, TheHundred has even more in store.
This month's headliner is MyKill, a producer and DJ from San Francisco. He produces and mixes a variety of styles; house, disco, funk, soul, downtempo, '80s and more, but this weekend it will be all about laying down a dance inducing house mix. He has over thirteen years experience as a DJ and has recently been producing music of his own. His house tracks have a lot of soul, funk, and disco influence - full of both groove and energy. Check out one of his French disco-house styled original productions, "I Need You".
MyKill - I Need You [Free Download] by MyKill
The founder of TheHundred, option4, will always be contributing a house set of his own. Also a resident Lipgloss DJ, option4 is known to lay down seamless mixes of smooth, groovy house that will please any house fan. His song selection is always superb and his mixes are so smooth, when you're on the dance floor it all seems to go by in a flash because you're having so much fun. Check out this house mix he did for Analog Space's Denver After Dark guest mix series.
ANALOG SPACE presents AFTERDARK Mix #7 -OPTION4 by Peter Black 1
Dylan Le Disko now resides in Denver, but as part of Dim Mak Records - the record label founded by Steve Aoki in 1996 - he's been all over the place. Dylan Le Disko puts together mixes just as his name implies - disco. But it's not the disco of old, it is Nu Disco with and electro twist, a combination that should please a wide spectrum of electronic dance music fans. Check out "Please Don't Go".
Please Dont Go (Le Disko's DJ Booth Edit) by Dylan Le Disko
There are three other acts in local support. Local DJ Matt Ferry will supply a deep house set. Roger Sampson is the DJ duo of Ryan Bilawsky (of SLAP!) and Van Kalsing (of London Dungeon), who will be providing a house set. I'm not sure who Discothreat is as of yet, but Discothreat is doing a disco/house set to kick off the night.
The party begins and the music starts at 9:00PM at Beauty Bar this Saturday night, December 17. The show is 21+ and tickets are only $5 at the door. Get there early - entry is FREE before 10:00PM!