Music: The Invisibles Band / Halloween Sunset Boat Party

God damn... I can't believe its been a week since my last post (it feels like a month). And it is already November to boot... Crazy.

Well, some old friends came into town this past week to celebrate the day Satan was born (Halloween) and I just had to had to take em to the last Sunset Boat Party of the year.

Sunday's Sunset was pretty much the last big hurrah of SF's summer party season. No, it never stops but it does slow down a bit in the year-end months. Luckily, random house parties do spring up here and there, which happens to be the parties I dig the most.

So the annual Halloween party is often times the best boat party of the season but it also brings with it many many new faces to what is usually a very family affair. This year was no different, the crowd was in full effect, with costumes and characters that went all out. The music however was a tad different... Both decks' music seemed to have a heavy Rock element to it. The center piece being new local act... The Invisibles.

I have totally slacked on scoping them out live, which is absolutely despicable considering 1/3 of the crew is my pal and local DNB hero QZEN... Actually she was one of the first DNB djs I met the first time I visited SF many many years back. The other 2/3 are Ms. Kimi (Kimillion) and well respected local Abstract.

After hearing what they played live on Sunday, I personally cannot wait for their full length which is probably best described as that NY/DFA dance rock post punk sound with DNB basslines. And yes it is... Ill!

Their virgin EP entitled Blahblahblah is out now on DJ Hell's impeccable electro label International DJ Gigolos. Listen to it. Buy it. Love it.

The Invisibles

Also peep one of Qzen's older Drum and Bass sets while your at it...

Qzen - Live in Vancouver

You can catch The Invisibles again in the Bay Area in San Jose on December 1st and San Francisco on December 8th.

Oh, and Qzen's costume was ill too. Respect.

I ♥ SF.


Blogger kalisekj said...

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I have a halloween sites. They pretty much covers costumes and masks related stuff.

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