Spectrum Ft. Bogl // Sean Majors // Gene Lee Af // Thalo // Nofux Gibbons

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Spectrum Ft. Bogl // Sean Majors // Gene Lee Af // Thalo // Nofux Gibbons
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Tom Kha Productions says
On November 19th we welcome a badman selecta known all up and down the West Coast & beyond, as well as two local legends who we need no introduction, needless to say we are incredibly excited and honored to have them play Spectrum…

Join us for the SECOND TO LAST SPECTRUM with performances from:


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Griffin March, also known as BOGL, is a self-taught DJ, music enthusiast, and avid traveler originally from Las Vegas, Nevada. While his mystery sinks deeper than the hood of his sweater, every set he plays is consistently different, dropping eclectic mix compositions that feature rare, hot off the assembly line productions passed to him from top shelf producers.

Bogl has been exposing dance floors to cutting edge bass music on an international platform for years, never taking a break and always on the move. More recently, he toured in India with Diplo and New Zealand with Truth. His itinerary usually has him juggling coastlines, going from Canada to Thailand while regularly returning to Europe and Outlook Festival in Croatia year after year. Bogl has gone global, so much so that many of us are still not sure where to say he is from, especially with his annual extended stays in Barcelona and New York.

At a time when beat experimentation was at an all time high, Bogl found himself in San Francisco skating its hills and taking full advantage of its thriving music culture. Taking a special interest in rare left field low frequencies, he built an extensive music collection and many powerful friendships. In 2006 he was asked to help start a monthly party at an old shotty dive bar. It wasn't long before the party began hitting multiple venues and undergrounds showcasing varieties of electronic genres and music labels all over the country.

Naming his parties Soundpieces, he began collaborating with different friends and venues making possible some of the most memorable parties in San Francisco. Soundpieces has showcased countless musicians, many for their very first time in the Bay Area such as Hudson Mohawke, Mount Kimbie, Rustie, Shlohmo, Skream, Caspa, and Joker to name a few.


(Q Nightclub // Lost Boys // Studio 4/4)


:::GENE LEE:::
(Lost Boys // Deep N Bass // Studio 4/4)


(Spectrum // FWD)



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21+ // 10PM-3AM // $5

Monkey Loft
2915 1st Ave South
Seattle, WA 98134
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By: Tom Kha Productions

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