Wow what a night! A packed dance floor, creative friends, and amazing people. We couldn’t ask for more. Special thanks to our guest DJ’s and new friends the Beat Broker, Hotthobo, and Corey Black for supplying the shake to our shimmy. Make sure to check our their record labels Dream Chimney and Hobo Camp Records for the best new Balearic synth funk and boogie. In keeping with tradition we had plenty of art on display from our creative friends Kathi Beckstrand and Fabio Bene plus the new line of apparel from our favorite t-shirt senpai’s Turtlenck. Relive the night through our photo gallery and video recap below. Follow our socials @massflow_ to stay in the loop with our event series. We hope to see you all at the next function! ~stay curious~
Two of our favorites in our favorite East Bay record shop. Exclusive performances and mixes from curious Bay Area DJ’s and producers.
For all lovers of instrumental hip-hop we have the plug on an artist who is probably flying just below your radar. Meet Chris Keys the Oakland based producer and keyboardist who just released a flurry of albums with some of the best true hip-hop productions of the year.
Leave your weekday baggage behind and join us for another unforgettable night where synths will be lush and souls rejuvenated. This time around we are taking over Dada Bar SF in conjunction with some of the finest electronic minstrels around.
A new free monthly event in South Berkeley linking up with the good people at Hercules Records!
Ads are everywhere in both digital and physical forms. They are surprisingly effective and often misleading. In most cases there is no avoiding them, especially outside where billboards and signs are in abundance. ‘Art in Ad Places’ is a response to the idea that anyone with a big marketing budget can dictate our environments. The response was manifested by a 52-week campaign that replaced New York City telephone ads with artwork from weekly rotated artists. The ‘Art in Ad Places’ team is made up of co-curators Caroline Caldwell and RJ Rushmore, along with photographer Luna Park. Below, RJ gives us the scoop…
We had the pleasure to curate and coordinate this new mural by Masakatsu Sashie. Check it out at 835 Turk St.
If you’re like us, Monday’s can be a drag. If that extra cup of coffee is just not doing it for you we might have a solution.
Things don’t get any more plush than the music from DJ/producer, D. Tiffany. Her Blue Dreams EP took underground electronic music by storm in 2017 and was one of our favorite releases for the year. We talked to the Vancouver artist about her projects, new music, and creative process.
Vintage Weeping Cat! We have more video goodies on our Youtube channel now. Make sure to follow if you want see the newest features.