Nick Alan and DJ Staley are back at Harlot! Expect a night of churning house, bass, and left-field selections to move you into the weekend.
Visuals by Galen Barbour
Nick Alan is a Bay Area record collector, DJ and writer as well as the founder of Thought & Sound, a media and promotional project devoted to cultivating conversation within and across the arts.
DJ Staley has held down residencies for a number of San Francisco parties, notably the dubstep and bass party, Ritual, and more recently in support of heavy-hitting UK bass acts coming through the Parameter and Bay Sine parties.
As Fieldtrip, Nick and Staley have hosted recurring nights at San Francisco’s Muka the Hayes Valley, Oakland’s Marc 49, and at San Francisco’s Showdown Bar.
$75 off bottles!
Of course the Harlots will be there!
As you know, Harlot strives to maintain an engaging crowd. To that end, we encourage you look your best and help us put together another fashionable and fun evening. That, or try to make it past our discerning British doorman.
No dress code, but…
By the way, we keep the creepers out! Ladies, you know the types we’re talking about…
Happy Hour prices ($5 well drinks Jameson & Patron, $3 draught beers) from open to 10:30pm
Harlot: Located in the heart of San Francisco’s SOMA district and in a former 1907 printing press brick building, elements of the original structure have been revealed and are likewise celebrated. The original riveted steel columns run down the center of the grand lofted space. Artwork is featured–one of the major pieces titled Matthew’s Heroine, a hauntingly beautiful creation by world renowned Bay Area artist Tiffany Bozic. Other artwork includes an original lithograph by Camille Rose Garcia and large paintings by Manny Fabregas!