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Friday, September 28 • 11:59pm - Saturday, September 29 • 7:00pm
Icee Hot After Hours

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Ghosts on Tape

Icee Hot / RBMA
Ghosts on Tape likes raving. Mind you, not the glowstick-powered, trance-laden nonsense that masquerades as raving these days. The San Francisco resident wants the real thing: dark warehouses, big soundsystems, sweaty walls and even sweatier bodies, and the pulsing sounds of gritty house and techno.   It’s those kinds of sounds that Ghosts on Tape (a.k.a. Ryan Merry) assembles on his dual Yamaha SU700 samplers. Although the... Read More →
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Rollie Fingers

Rollie Fingers is a fourth grade teacher and resident of Icee Hot. His first Dj gig was opening the first Icee Hot party and he has since opened every Icee Hot party except for one in the summer 2010. Rollie is known for his "Buddy House" mix series with Ghosts on Tape and for his love of San Pellegrino.
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Shawn Reynaldo

XLR8R, Icee Hot
Shawn Reynaldo is a DJ. Splitting his time between San Francisco and New York, he's a co-founder of the renowned Icee Hot and Tormenta Tropical parties. Outside of the clubs, Shawn spends most of his time working as the editor of XLR8R, though he also runs the newly launched Icee Hot imprint with partners Ghosts on Tape, Rollie Fingers, and Low Limit, not to mention the Bersa Discos label, which he operates with Oro11. In terms of music, he... Read More →
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Terrence Parker

Studio K7 / Network/Six6 / KMS / Simply Soul
Detroit has been credited as one of the Soul Music capitals of the world, spawning legendary artists like The Four Tops, Marvin Gaye and Diana Ross just to name a few. In the mid 1980s, Detroit's Underground Music Movement has brought rise to artists such as Derrick May, Juan Atkins, Carl Craig, Kevin Saunderson, Blake Baxter, Eddie "Flashin" Fowlkes, UR, Jeff Mills, and a host of others. But unlike the aforesaid names, Terrence Parker has... Read More →
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Ten Thousand Yen
Having spent his youth in various bands Rupert Taylor finally decided to hang up his guitar and mic and began producing electronic music fuelled by his love at the time of drum and bass and techno. Through the influential record shop Pelikan Neck he picked up on the early forms of dubstep and began focusing his productions on bass heavy garage influenced tracks. This led to his first release as “forensix (mcr)” on Revolution music... Read More →

Friday September 28, 2012 11:59pm - Saturday September 29, 2012 7:00pm
Melrose Market Studios 1532 Minor St, Seattle