Amanda Mussi w/ Alta Mar, Kudeki, and Tape Ghost @ the Public Works Loft - 10/20

Looking forward to this collaboration with one of our favorite techno groups here in San Francisco, the Asterisk Collective. The lineup features the west coast debut of Amanda Mussi (Dusk/Sao Paulo, Brazil) along with Asterisk members Tape Ghost and Alta Mar, plus our resident Kudeki, along with visual artist Jason Worden.

Tickets available here.

 Of course, as is usual for our parties, we have a welcoming, friendly atmosphere  and a zero-tolerance policy for harassment or misogyny of any kind. Please ask any door staff or staff members or text our hotline (see signs posted in around the venue) if you need any assistance.


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Amanda Mussi

Amanda Mussi is based in Brazil, and is the founder of Dusk (Sao Paulo). She joins us for her debut West Coast performance ahead of ones for Unter/Pornceptual, Sublimate, and our friends at Lights Down Low.

A tendency towards Detroit techno, acid, disco, house, and electro, she’s a welcome guest in the queer underground, Berghain, Jack Dept, Sequence in Paraguay, and many more. She also runs her own booking agency, .alt Bookings. Finally, she is also an accomplished producer - her latest release is “Boomerang,” a track on LPZ’s latest compilation of primarily South American techno.

 
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Kudeki

Kudeki is Noctuary’s resident DJ. She has recently released her debut EP with Perfect Location records, and you may have seen her opening for artists like Bas Mooy, Tommy Four Seven, A Guy Called Gerald, and Noncompliant, just to name a few.

 

TAPE GHOST

TAPE GHOST is a co-founder of the Asterisk Collective, a multidisciplinary group and label based here in San Francisco. You may have also seen his other project, Night Sea, who recently debuted their live ambient techno at Mutek SF.

 

Alta Mar

Alta Mar is another cofounder and resident for the Asterisk Collective. He brings a fast and furious harder edge to the diverse offerings Asterisk has among the group.