MoM feat. Romanowski (SF Funk Fest) DJ Gordo Cabeza and Timoteo

SF Funk Fest presents

MoM feat. Romanowski (SF Funk Fest) DJ Gordo Cabeza and Timoteo

DJ GORDO CABEZA, Timoteo

Mon, November 7, 2011

9:00 pm

Madrone Art Bar

San Francisco, CA

Cash at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Motown on Mondays is San Francisco's source for funk and soul for more than 2 years. Started by DJ Gordo Cabeza,  hosted by himself and Timoteo Gigante, attendees get a steady dose of classics and clever remixes every Monday at Madrone Lounge. On Monday 11.7, SF Funk Fest invades Motown on Mondays.

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MoM (Motown on Mondays)
MoM (Motown on Mondays)
Motown on Mondays is San Francisco's source for funk and soul for more than 2 years. Started by DJ Gordo Cabeza,  hosted by himself and Timoteo Gigante, attendees get a steady dose of classics and clever remixes every Monday at Madrone Lounge. On Monday 11.7, SF Funk Fest invades Motown on Mondays.
Romanowski
Romanowski
ROMANOWSKI, BORN AND RAISED IN BASEL AND ZURICH, SWITZERLAND.

HIS FAVORITE ARTIST IS NATURE. HOBBIES INCLUDE DISCOVERING "THE ALL YOU CAN EAT" RESTAURANTS OF AMERICA AND BELLY BUTTON LINT COLLECTING.
DJ GORDO CABEZA
DJ GORDO CABEZA
Timoteo
Timoteo
Timoteo Gigante has been playing music since he was 13 and DJing since the mid 1990s. He moved to Europe out of high school to enrich his world-view and learn different musical techniques, e.g. flamenco guitar. After a year in Spain and many months around central Europe he returned to San Francisco to further seek exploration in music and music history. He was awakened each morning to the VERY loud scratch routines of DJ Gordo Cabeza. They lived together for several years. Timo couldn’t beat him, so he joined him. Stealing many hours of practice on Gordo’s turntables and spending a small fortune on records led, quickly, to many gigs and residencies in SF, NYC and Europe.

His musical selections have the common bond of two distinct characteristics: Soul and Funk. From the Columbian disco of Fruko y sus Tesos to the soulful reggae vocals of Alton Ellis and John Holt. From Golden Era hip hop (His brother was in a break dancing crew in 1983) to Motown. From Nigerian legend Fela Ransome-Kuti to The Funky Meters (Art Neville picked him up hitchhiking when he was 18 and invited him back to his home studio). From Neo Soul to Jamaican Dub. From House music to Brazilian music. There are no boundaries to his musical explorations.

“Music. When I am near her I am nearer things that are near her. The end of my breath is the beginning of hers.” – Timoteo Gigante
Venue Information:
Madrone Art Bar
500 Divisadero St
San Francisco, CA, 94117
http://www.madroneartbar.com/