Drawing inspiration from eccentric 1950s bandleader Spike Jones, as well as from found sounds and field recordings, Sean O'Neal (aka Someone Else) is an experimental minimal techno and house producer who is really doing his own thing.
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Having performed at the world's greatest nightclubs, including Fabric (London), Yellow (Tokyo), Rex Club (Paris) and Panorama Bar (Berlin), the Philadelphia native headlines Somewhere Else this Saturday at Pluggden, a brand-new, previously unused location. ($10-$15, 21+)
Bass-heads have their choice of two dubstep parties this Saturday. Sub.mission, who throws quality events practically every week have another good one in store for you: Bristol's Headhunter headlines their event at Cervantes', along with DJG, Distal, XI and Zeno. Also that night, Dubstep Function debuts at Zanzibar with DJs BagODohNutz, Ethos, Atom Ionize, Matt Sloka and more acts TBA.
The Denver edition of the Tigers on a Leash Label Launch Party takes place this Saturday night at Beauty Bar. The new label's party features Tigers on a Leash artist Munga from Brooklyn, with local support from Joey M and Mike Disco playing nu-disco just in time for spring break. (No Cover, 21+)
Awesome Factory brings commercial house/techno acts Boys Noize and Housemeister to Beta Saturday night; both performers make their debut on Beta's internationally renowned Funktion-One sound system. Jontron plays the opening set, and as always, Awesome Factory also showcases local dubstep talent upstairs in the Beatport Lounge. ($20, 18+)