43 Sixth St
San Francisco, California 94102

Spring has definitely arrived, and 2008 continues to be a reinvigorated
year for techno. For April we have another, different treat for you, as we
reunite some of the West Coast's best in the latest installment of danceable,
affordable Techno. Underground DJ sensations AMBER and DRAGN'FLY come
above to show you where things are at. So maybe it's a little different
techno than you've come to expect at Anu, it's still great, danceable
EDM, and can anyone remember the last time this dynamic duo teamed up at a

Friday, 25 April, 2008

RAY presents:

F A K T I O N : because san francisco needs another techno cult
with special guests and extended sets:

Friday, 25 April 2008:
DJ AMBER: Sister SF/iamthedj.com [ SF ]

Last Fridays @ Anu

DJ AMBER is a San Francisco-based dj/producer with a driving beat and
aggressively risky mixing technique in a town better known for its
laid back house style. For over ten years she has brought her vigorous
style and enthusiastic stage presence to events throughout North America
and Europe. She's appeared in some other venues you might have heard
of (1015, Ruby Skye, Supperclub), now she brings her sick loops, breaks
and smooth mixes to the FAKTION.

DRAGN'FLY: For the techno-afficionado, Dragn'fly provides a sublime musical
experience formed from an intricate mesh of dark, sexy tech-influenced
beats, throbbing baselines and relentless mixing skills. Having bridged
the millennium with some of the most revered Bay Area underground crews,
demand for this iconic DJ has spread like wildfire over the past decade
and today she remains in the forefront of the electronic dance movement,
having already made over 1,000 domestic appearances throughout the
United States, including Hawaii, and internationally in various regions
throughout Mexico, Germany and Brazil."

43 Sixth St., San Francisco, CA
10 PM to 2 AM 21+
Cost: $5, free b4 11pm, LADIES FREE B4 MIDNIGHT!!!

Official Site: http://www.faktionsf.com/

Official Website: http://www.faktionsf.com/

Added by faktionSF on April 22, 2008

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