Cap off your Pride Weekend strong with Flash after-hours featuring the DJ crew and collective created in the spirit of the legendary Bay Area, Honey Soundsystem.
Following Saturday night’s show (technically Sunday morning) with Vincenzo, we will seamlessly transition into Honey residents Jason Kendig and Jackie House who will be providing a blend of house/techno/disco beats deep into the morning.
As a cornerstone of today’s SF scene, Honey Soundsystem is well versed in the history and tradition of the after-hours sound… Who knows where the night will take us? We welcome you to join us for the ride.
P.S. Check out their “Generators” project online for a first-hand look into queer nightlife and clubbing history as told by queer poets, writers, activists and a range of artists through narrated pieces soundtracked by Honey Soundsystem.
Ticketing notes: $5 discount at the door if you have a stamp from U Street Music Hall or The Black Cat. Tickets for Vincenzo (6/13) also honored for this event.
Honey Soundsystem is a San Francisco based collective of four. Jacob Sperber, Jason Kendig, Robert Yang and Josh Cheon came together inspired by pivotal gay underground parties and dance music history, who offered a take on dance music in direct opposition to what was blaring on mainstream club speakers. They bond over a shared love of timeless sounds, iconic imagery, the complete look, indulgent behavior, and most of all, attractive men. The boys dedicate time and passion into archivist work, which resulted in unearthing the lost gay porn soundtracks of San Francisco’s Hi-NRG producer Patrick Cowley released on Honey’s flagship HNYTRX and Cheon’s Dark Entries. The crew throws their heart into event production and are known to build massive, elaborate, party-specific installations. Honey boys have their fingers in the world of music production, remixing and DJing parties around the world.