DJ ShOOey & DJ Brad Robinson
Saturday, March 25
Free all night with RSVP!
*All Fields Required
Space Cowboys take over of the Vintage Space for Kiki's 50th birthday party!
DJ ShOOey (Space Cowboys)
No stranger to music, ShOOey spent over 20 combined years studying the cello and piano. ShOOey first discovered her love for house music in the Chicago club scene in 1997 but it wasn’t until she moved to San Francisco in 2003, where she learned the art of DJ’ing and the beauty of moving and shaping a dance floor.
While ShOOey doesn’t like to be pigeonholed into a specific musical style, her high energy shines through her track selection and bass heavy beats, with a sweet spot in electro house and funky breaks. As a prominent member of the Space Cowboys music and art collective, based in San Francisco, she has been a part of more than a decade and a half of rocking dance floors with a massive following on the playa and beyond. With influences span far & wide, ShOOey draws inspiration from the sounds of Santiago & Bushido, John Dahlback, and Layo & Bushwacka, but the breakbeat aficionado in her can’t get enough of artists such as DJ Icey & Wes Smith.
ShOOey has shared the stage alongside the likes of Krafty Kuts, Plump DJ’s, Chris Fortier, Matthew Dekay, Markus Schulz, Luke Fair, JPhlip, and The Scumfrog, to name a few. Whether performing at the annual Burning Man festival or the now infamous Space Cowboy’s Halloween event, Ghostship, ShOOey is known for the infectious energy that she brings to the dance floor. Whether it be through a smile, reaching out to hug someone, or dancing on stage, ShOOey is a big believer in that without the crowd, the DJ would be nothing!
DJ BRAD ROBINSON (Space Cowboys)
Brad Robinson started playing house music on the airwaves of Vanderbilt radio station WRVU, Nashville in 1994. Warehouse parties were prominent in the midwest and southeastern US during those years, providing Brad exposure to some of the best DJs and some of the best crowds that the scene had to offer. Influenced by DJs and producers like Mark Grant, Mark Farina, DJ Dan, the Chicago Teamsters, the Hardkiss Brothers, and DJ Sneak, Brad continued to develop his style of house music that would have a lasting effect on him and his fans. Playing parties and events from New Orleans to Chicago, Brad quickly discovered that his house music could bring people together. With a rare opportunity, Brad travelled to San Francisco to intern with the infamous Hardkiss Records label. The experience would forever change his view of electronic music and it was the eclectic vibe of the San Francisco music scene which drew him back in 1998 where he interned for OM Records and began to call SF his home.
In 2000, Brad joined the Space Cowboys collective and journeyed to his first of many Burning Man festivals in the Nevada desert. In the desert of Black Rock City and the streets of San Francisco, Brad continued to share his love of house music with his 8+ year monthly residency at Vision and honed his trademark sound. Brad can be found playing at some of San Francisco's iconic annual events including the Space Cowboy annual New Years Day Breakfast of Champions, as well as clubs and parties in the Bay Area.
FREE w/ RSVP !