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~Team Up All Night
The future has arrived in San Francisco. Its home—Temple Nightclub's Future Factory; a weekly event that showcases cutting edge artists at one of the world's most innovative clubs.
While the other-worldly redesign of the new Temple is enough to leave partygoers in awe, the talent roster of the flagship Future Factory event is equally impressive. Featuring music from Deep House to Future, and G-House.
Friday June 5th, we’re welcoming Los Angeles-based artist, Lauren Lane
Lauren Lane first cut her teeth as a DJ on the New York house scene and now occupies a sought-after residency at Sound Nightclub in Hollywood. Since Sound opened in January 2013 she has warmed up for numerous, world renown artists in the ever evolving industry.
Along with her residency, Lane secured a spot at major festivals such as Coachella, Wavefront Festival and BPM Festival this year.
From Visionquest presenting her debut release, “Lazer Eyez” featuring Jaw, from dOP last year, to remixing “Wild” for Nic Fanciulli, Lane has received support from international DJs including Seth Troxler, Carl Cox, Jamie Jones, Martinez Brothers, and TEED, among many more. Lane’s most recent release is her ‘Cool Kids’ EP on Nic Fanciuilli’s Saved Records.
Lisbona will be also spinning to make the night really special.
Both of these ladies were born in Atlantic City, NJ which explains a lot. Their father is a musician and was the Director of Entertainment at the Golden Nugget in AC's 80s hay day. They grew up around serious talent, even kicking it with the Rat Pack at early ages.
They moved to California before they were in New Jersey long enough to develop accents and became best friends early on. As kids, they made up many dance routines to Ace of Base's "The Sign" album and religiously listened to TLC's "Crazy Sexy Cool", even dressing like the group one year for Halloween. Between their mother and father, parents with a nearly 20-year age difference, they were exposed to a broad range of musical tastes.
Their musical style varies from dance floor to dance floor; house, disco, techno and sweet ass funk have been known to weave their ways in with little surprise visits from 80s pop/electro and 90s R&B. In only a couple years of DJing, they've played alongside some of the industry's finest, including Soul Clap, Mr. C, Crazy P, Climbers and Lee Foss.
Lisbona's party brand, Stretch Sunday, has taken the globe by storm with spandex-fueled antics since its founding in 2012. (Watch their video, and you will see why: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_rUzFT3x6c)
These sisters are all love and fun--with just the slightest edge of sneaky shenanigans--always keeping their friends and audiences ready for MORE LISBONA!
Closing set by Future Factory resident Alex Sibley
Text or call Vard at 415.812.8412 to make a table reservation today.