1772 Market Street
San Francisco, California 94110

March 6, 2009

non-fat is back with another event that is sure to please with Detroit's very own Keith Kemp and Rich Korach. Detroit invasion!!! Kim Kong and Nikita team up with new residents Jason Kendig and Kevin Knapp to throw down those bangin' beats we all know and love. If you know what's comin' to you, you'll be there.

Tranny hosts Suppositori Spelling & Psycho Tammy to bring you through the night as well as Photos by Guzman!

Looking forward to seeing you guys out on the dancefloor!


KEITH KEMP (d_records_beretta grey_gravid digital)
RICH KORACH (paxahau)
NIKITA (non-fat, listed, the endup)
KEVIN KNAPP (satellite)
KIM KONG (non-fat)


Free from 9-10, ($10 after)

Time and Place Start Time: Friday, March 6, 2009 at 9:00pm
End Time: Saturday, March 7, 2009 at 2:00am
Location: Triple Crown
Street: 1760 Market Street
City/Town: San Francisco, CA

A Detroit native, Keith’s exposure to electronic music via Industrial pioneers Skinny Puppy and Brian Eno sparked an early infatuation with synthesizers and audio software. Club life after high school inspired Keith’s interest in spinning records, connecting the dots to Detroit artists such as Plastikman, Underground Resistance and Carl Craig.

During this time, Keith could be spotted collecting vinyl at various record stores around the metro Detroit area, and later selling vinyl at the revered “Dance Room” of Record Time. With a growing record collection, Keith set out to make his mark in the heyday of Detroit’s mid-90’s rave scene, cutting his teeth in the Midwest with travels across the country to Seattle, New York, Memphis, Milwaukee, Omaha, Chicago and of course Ohio and Windsor. These years saw Keith develop into a highly regarded technical performer, combining his love of house, Industrial and German minimalism with Detroit techno, highlighted with performances at the Detroit Electronic Music Festival in 2002 and 2005.

After strictly DJing for a few years, he took the next logical step by cutting down his schedule and returned to his machines, working hard on his own unique take on electronic dance music. A self-described computer nerd and gear head, Keith has been collecting equipment since 1992 and has since established a technical prowess manipulating computers, samplers and synthesizers. He has since focused on various creative areas of electronic music: DJ, producer, operating a label, and performing his own music live.

Currently based in San Francisco, Keith continues to push his deep house and techno inspired compositions with digital and vinyl releases on Beretta Grey, D Records, Ferrispark and Gravid Digital


Rich Korach discovered underground electronic music in Detroit around 1994 and finally understood what he had been searching for - TECHNO. Deep within this music was the sound of his future - pure soul, energy, and rhythm arranged in its simplest form. The BEATS.

Fast forward to 2007 and Rich is now a representative/senior resident DJ of the world-renowned event management organization “Paxahau” in Detroit, USA. Over the past few years he has performed mainly in the US and Germany and is perhaps best known for holding his own in a tagteam set with Richie Hawtin and Luciano at a Paxahau afterparty in Detroit on Labor Day Weekend 2005. You can hear this and many other sets by Mr. Korach on http://www.paxahau.com/.


Added by godivanikita on February 25, 2009

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