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Great American Music Hall
859 O'Farrell St, San Francisco, California 94109
The Bay Bridged Presents:
The Lovemakers, vverevvolf and Breakdown Valentine at
Great American Music Hall
Plus DJ Power Top Ramen
Doors: 8:00PM // 21+
«Chic, dance-friendly, and shot through with mischievous sex appeal» (allmusic.com), The Lovemakers are a new wave band from Oakland, CA. Dueling front-persons Lisa Light and Scott Blonde trade lead vocals, accompanied by Julia Johari on vintage synths, and drummer Michael Gorman. Light and Blonde's original self-released debut quickly sold out at local record stores, while the live show took the Oakland warehouse scene by storm. Critically acclaimed «Times of Romance» (Interscope) solidified their unmistakable sound and secured their legacy in the Bay Area music scene. A «band's band» in terms of electrifying performance and personality, and a «fan's band» in terms of timeless catchy songs. The band took the live show (once compared to a «pink Ferrari driving through mountains of coke») on the road in 2017. Meanwhile, they are steady working on new material with The Killers' «Hot Fuss» producer, Jeff Saltzman.
Berkeley, CA duo that draws inspiration from '80s horror iconography, bubblegum pop, and shitty exes.
Breakdown Valentine is an electro synth duo spawning sounds of yesterdays nostalgic new wave and tomorrows electro driven nu disco. They came onto the scene in 2011, and have played along side Chormatics, Holy Ghost!, Soft Metals, and Big Black Delta to name a few. And have been honored to perform in reputable venues such as The Independent, Slim's, and Cafe Du Nord.
Maha Wam — aka, DJ Power Top Ramen
Power Top Ramen wants you to dance. Not as if nobody is watching but exactly because they are. In the last few years the DJ and artist has become a fixture of queer nightlife in the Bay Area. Whether wading through throngs of cooly dressed 20-somethings at Starline Social Club or indulging yourself with a thirsty Thursday in the Castro chances are you’ve heard one of their sets. A smart mix of warehouse ready deep house is punctuated by splashes of jazz and hip hop one might not expect from an indie rock loving 25 year old. That same penchant for sewing together seemingly disparate sounds shows itself in their output as Mahawam, a recording project that serves as a mirror to their work as a DJ. With a new EP titled “Is An Island,” co-produced by Aki Ehara of Bay Area band The Seshen and set for release on the cusp of summer 2018, DJ Power Top Ramen still wants you to dance, but they also want you to consider why you’re doing it.