It’s just about that time of week again – that time we all look forward to. The weekend is almost here, and we have an incredible few nights ahead of us.
On Friday, we’re extremely excited to host Felix Cartal for a unique show: he’ll be stepping away from his ordinary sound and performing a deep house set. Saturday night will be one of both nostalgia and excitement, as renowned house artist Jesse Rose performs for the last time in San Francisco on his final world tour before retiring.
Friday, October 6: Felix Cartal
Taelor Deitcher – also known by his stage name Felix Cartal – hails from Vancouver, Canada and has been making waves in the electro house scene since the release of his first EP, Skeleton, in 2009.
Cartal, who has historically been tied to Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak label, debuted his first full-length album in 2010 titled “Popular Music.” Since then, he has become known globally for his energetic, catchy dance tracks – many of which of which feature beautifully soothing female vocals. He also runs an ongoing monthly podcast called The Weekend Workout.
His productions have continually proven to be hits, time and time again. One of his most well-known tracks, “Fakin It” with Kaskade, has 1.55 million plays on Soundcloud, followed by “Drifting Away” with over 1.6 million plays and “Get What You Give” with over 1.3 million plays.
Purchase tickets and find more details for tomorrow’s show here.
Saturday, October 7: Jesse Rose
Jesse Rose is a master of quality when it comes to production – but in his career as a DJ and producer, his quantity is just as impressive. With over 200 releases under his belt including both original tracks and remixes, he has a truly magic touch.
This storied house music artist plays no games when it comes to founding labels – he has started four of them. Rose began releasing his tunes on his first label, Front Room, then later started Made to Play and Play It Down. In 2015, A-SIDED was born.
Rose, who released his final album ‘Alright Mate’ in February of this year, is retiring from his music career after this final world tour. When he announced this retirement, he wrote:
“I can honestly say I feel blessed to have been a part of this scene. I will always love DJing and making music but there comes a time when your body doesn’t enjoy it as much as your mind. I have the biggest love for the fans of house music, my labels and the people that dig what we’ve done. I can only say thank so much to everyone that has supported me over these magical two decades.”
This night will be a particularly special one here at Audio, as this will be his last time ever performing in San Francisco.
Say goodbye with us – tickets are available here.