Home Is Where The House Is featuring...
Midnight Magic (NYC), Greg Eversoul, Sean Murray
Fil Latorre, Victor Vega, DJ Seven
101 6th St
San Francisco, California (CA), 94103
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
Midnight Magic: An ensemble bonded by the unwavering desire to make you, the listener, and the rhythm become one; the secret love children of Donna Summer and George Clinton serving up an orgasmic feast of funk, disco, electro and soul.
Anchored by alumni of various DFA bands and powered by the enormous vocals of chanteuse Tiffany Roth, Midnight Magic teleported the masses to the dance floor in 2010 with their interstellar 12′′ "Beam Me Up" on Permanent Vacation.
Spring 2011 saw their long awaited follow up single "Drop Me A Line" on Permanent Vacation. Mixed by former DFA house engineer and Sticky Disc founder Eric Broucek and featuring remixes by the likes of Juan Maclean and Holy Ghost!, this fiery banger became the anthem of the love-slave evolution on Alpha Centauri.
Their self-released debut LP 'Walking The Midnight Streets' is available now everywhere on the information superbahn and direct from the band at
As a teenager in the late 80's, Greg Eversoul grew up listening to New Wave, Hip Hop and Rock music. In 1991 after hearing dj's such as Hani and John Chamie drop records like Inner City's "Good Life" and Soul 2 Soul's "Back 2 Life" he was blown away. He started attending Denver's early warehouse parties and taking weekend trips to Los Angeles to go to parties. On one such trip, Greg experienced his 1st real house set by Doc Martin and it changed his concept of electronic music forever. Eversoul started his dj career in 1992 at Denver's Fab Afterhours party alongside Hipp-E, a major influence on his sound to this day. It did not take long before Greg moved on playing at Raves and club events. His dynamic tribal, funky and techy house sets have landed him opening spots for Ritchie Hawtin, Louie Vega, Sasha the Chemical Brothers and many others. As his popularity grew, Eversoul started taking his sound on the road. He has rocked dance floors from San Diego to Montreal, Vancouver to Miami and from New York to Paris. In 2000 Greg relocated to San Francisco where he quickly broke into a very competitive music scene. Eversoul is now considered one of Sf's top dj's and can be found alongside Miguel Migs, Jeno and Mark Farina at San Francisco's premier clubs and parties. As a producer, in 2003 Eversoul and Ben Viguerie released their critically acclaimed debut ep on San Francisco's Character imprint. The record was played by the likes of Danny Howells, Bill Patrick and Dave Mothersole to name a few. As a remix artist, Greg has done re-workings for Vitamin D and Astro&Glyde
Sean Murray is one of the few San Francisco bay area originals still lurking in the underground. Raised on the bay area Wicked, Gathering, and other outdoor events of the early '90's, he's now in his prime, influencing new generations with his particular sound and style. Starting with SF house, he has infused Detroit, Stockholm, minimal, acid, and other sounds to create a deep, almost techno soul music with focus on basslines and vocals. This is epic story-telling at its best.
From throwing his own renegades in the early 90’s, to working closely with SF’s infamous Sunset Soundsystem, and having residencies at venue's and parties such as Sound Factory, Static, Friends and Family, the Balance full moon gatherings, Hustle, and now a resident at San Francisco's best weekly club night “Housepitality” He's got this thing nailed and it shows every time.
His list of supported artist's include: Robag Wruhme, Dj Tennis, Richie Hawtin, John Tejada, Dirt Crew, Lance Desardi, Thugfucker, Miguel Migs, The SF Wicked Crew, Mark Farina, Rick Preston, The Dirty Bird Crew, Doc Martin, Sven Vath, Alex Smoke, Andrew Weatherall, Derrik Carter, Carl Finlow, Lowpazz, James What, Miles Maeda, Fred Everything, The Hardkiss Brothers.......the list goes on and on.
Fil Latorre is a San Francisco-based DJ and producer, who has been on the electronic music scene since 1993. Less than a year after stepping behind the turntables, he won the first annual Fever/Buzz Battle of the DJs in Baltimore, Maryland. Since then, he has played at events throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and South America . Fil is the co-founder of Washington D.C.'s Dirty Crew, as well as San Francisco's acclaimed Stap[e. Not pinning himself to one distinct style, Fil has sifted through a mosaic of influences, from classic jazz and obscure '80s Italo-disco, to create a soulful, deep techno and house sound.
Victor Vega, hailing from Jersey City via Northampton, has been part of the dance-music culture for the past 14 years studying media production, promotion, and learning the music. In 2004, Victor moved from Massachusetts to California to further his knowledge of event and music production, promotion, and DJing.
Some of Victor’s early dance influences were genres such as Latin and Acid House, Hip-Hop, R ’n’ B, World Beat music and such unlikely sounds as Classical and Classic Rock. During the last two and one-half years, Vega has honed his craft of sculpting the sounds of Electro, Tech House, keeping it dirty and juicy so that it makes you want to freaky deaky.
In moving to San Francisco and working with the Fringe Art Collective and Janky barge. Victor has enjoyed the honor of playing alongside artists such as The Juan McLain, Freestylers, Bassnectar, BLVD, Glitch Mob, Stanton Warriors, and DJ Icey in venues such as Poleng Lounge, Anu, Mighty, Rain Dance (Santa Cruz), Get Freaky @ 10:15, Burning Man, and Decompression. Victor countinues his quest for the last three years with the Housepitality Crew.
In the coming years, Victor will be focusing further on music production and in utilizing more hardware technology to extend the fluidity of the mix, and continuing his quest for excellence in event-production for the ever-demanding public. Meanwhile, Vega doesn’t lose sight of the point of all this which is to bring people together to share common interests and participate in the evolution of the culture and, most importantly, to have fun.
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