119 Utah Street
San Francisco, California 94103

Notes from the Asian American Underground
Friday March 12 2010
Mighty, 119 Utah St. San Francisco | 9pm, 21+
Advance: $10 CAAM Members | $12 General
Cover: $12 CAAM Members | $15 General

DIRECTIONS IN SOUND. a genre-bending showcase featuring the best of future-forward music that's blowing up in the underground around the globe. this year, our lineup features internationally known artists to up-and-comers bubbling below the radar. if you can dig non-stop bangin beats, eletro-clash with a neon sheen, and even hip-hop smashed on video, DIRECTIONS IN SOUND 2010 will satisfy all the senses.

DJ SHORTKUT (triple threat, beat junkies)
A member of the world renowned Beat Junkies, Triple Threat DJ's and Invisibl Skratch Piklz crews, DJ Shortkut is not one to be messed with when it comes to rocking parties and strutting his turntablist skills. Now witness the future of turntablism, as this multi DMC champion incorporates all manner of machinery and technical bedazzlement with an exclusive video mixing set.

HOT TUB (oakland)
The Bay Area's premier party starters, this trio of spandex clad ladies bump and grind over hip-hop beats while spewing zany racy rhymes.

KERO ONE (plug label)
Remix Magazine's "Best Hip Hop Album of 2006" award winner, Kero One, bounces between soulful jazz tinged tracks to upbeat synth-driven party bangers when he's on stage.

GREEN TEA (plug label)
Green Tea's fresh sound combines electro funkiness and jazzy hip-hop sensibilities that appeal to dance floors from SF to Tokyo.

NAVDEEP (mutiny)
The visionary DJ/producer/turntablist/tabla player brings raw yet refined passion to the decks, turning crowds on with a stylish
melange that slides from South Asian sonics and his native Bhangra rhythms to hard-hitting breaks, pounding hip-hop cuts and fragments of furious rock.

NAKO (popscene)
SF's indie queen has been holding it down year after year at SF's longest running club POPSCENE, bringing the kids her signature indie, 80s, brit-pop, and darkwave sounds week after week.

The 28th Annual San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF), which showcases the best Asian and Asian American films from around the globe takes place March 11-21, 2010 in San Francisco, Berkeley and San Jose. 2010 marks the 30th anniversary of the founding of the Festival’s presenting organization the Center for Asian America Media (CAAM). SFIAAFF is the nation’s largest showcase for new Asian American and Asian films, annually presenting approximately 120 works featuring thrilling films from the United States, Philippines, Japan, Thailand, China, and more.

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Added by dbraller on March 9, 2010

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