46 Minna Street
San Francisco, California 94105

On Thursday, April 2nd The.Muna.Group and Lara Brasil present “Masquerada”, a modern Venetian styled event taking place at Harlot. The masquerade is headlined by the gorgeous DJ Colette and will be opened by local SF hero, Andrew Phelan. With the smooth beats of Colette infusing the air and the faces of guests hidden in a sea of anonymity, all bets are off as to what the night may contain. This will be a night of new encounters holding endless possibilities for enjoyment.

Harlot will be coated in plush feathers and ornamental masks, melting fantasy into reality. The elusiveness of the masks will add a juicy dimension of play to the party. Wear your finest mask and conceal your true colors; this is your night to be someone else.

Attend wearing your own mask and get in free with line priority list! 50 Masks will also be given out to select guests at the event! Be sure to ask for one before they are all gone!


Colette (Los Angeles)
Andrew Phelan (Prismatic, Drop Music)

*** No cover all night with guestlist signup. To add your name visit: ***


About the DJs:

Colette (Los Angeles)

J Colette is one of the first DJs to add her vocals to the record she spins, inspiring a new category of performance in the electronic world. As countless others begin to sing and spin, many can still not compare to the vocal/turntable sessions Colette delivers. How many singing DJs combine up-close observation of the legendary Derrick Carter and Mark Farina dating back to Chicago in the late Eighties with formal operatic training from the ages of nine to eighteen? Probably not many. In fact, there may not be any DJ today who can match the impressive pedigree of former music teacher turned mix-master DJ Colette.

With her disarming doe eyes and a heartwarming demeanor, Colette possesses the unmistakable voice of post-millennial house music. Her sweet-but-sultry voice has been called “angelic” so many times, it’s a miracle she hasn’t grown wings: Imagine a less breathy Kylie Minogue merged with a more controlled Roisin Murphy (Moloko) and you have a good grasp on her classy voice that highlights any beat that flows behind it. Whereas in the late 80s, the diva reigned supreme and made the music cower, Colette has kept it deliciously simple and always melodic, making the former choirgirl-cum-Chicago-house-siren a mainstay of modern dance music.

Andrew Phelan (Prismatic, Drop Music)

Since moving from Chicago in 2001, Andrew Phelan has quickly made his mark on San Francisco. From regular appearances at SF hot spots such as Vessel, Harlot, Temple and Supperclub, to his extremely popular Tonal afterhours parties, Andrew can be heard laying down his infectious mix of deep, soulful, funky, and tech based house music every week in the city. Just as comfortable in the studio as behind the decks, Andrew has put out releases on some of the most respected labels in house, including Drop Music, Eight-Tracks, So Sound, and his own label, Prismatic Tracks. His music has landed on the charts and playlists of Radio 1, Kiss FM, Mark Farina, Jay-J, Laurent Garnier, Inland Knights, Funk D'Void, Luke Solomon, Colette, Robert Owens, Roger Sanchez and DJ Heather to name but a few. Working out of SF's famed Moulton Studios complex, Andrew can be found working with partner Origami and the rest of The Fingermonsters on the cutting edge beats that define San Francisco's next generation.

Official Website: http://www.prismatictracks.com/guestlist.php

Added by Prismatic_SF on March 27, 2009

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