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Bootie SF
The Evolution Control Committee
2014 Best of the Bay:
"Best Dance Party"

2013 Best of the Bay:
"Best Dance Party"

2013 Best of SF:
"Best Event Producers"

2012 Best of the Bay:
"Best Dance Party"

2012 Best of SF:
"Best Event Producers"

2011 Best of the Bay:
"Best Dance Party"

2011 Best of SF:
"Best Club Night"

2010 Best of SF:
"Best Club Night"

2009 Best of SF:
"Best Club Night"
& "Best DJs"

2008 Best of the Bay:
"Best Party Producers"

2007 Best of the Bay:
"Best Club Night"

2006 Best of the Bay:
"Best Club Night"
Saturday, February 19
9pm - after hours.
mashups.
21+.
$12 advance;
$6 < 10pm;
$12 after.
Main room:

The Evolution Control Committee (live on stage at 11pm -- Official Album Release Party for "All Rights Reserved")
A Plus D

Midnight Mashup Show:

Virginia Suicide

Lounge: Bootie Seattle

DJ Freddy, King of Pants
DJ Fox

Free Bootie mashup CDs to the first 100 people through the door!
It's The Evolution Control Committee's official CD release party for "All Rights Reserved," the band's first album in seven years! Since 1991 - long before computers made it easy to be a copyright criminal - The ECC has been challenging copyright laws the hard way, with releases like their "Whipped Cream Mixes" (often cited as the first musical mashup) and "Rocked By Rape", which sampled CBS anchorman Dan Rather and earned the band a legal cease & desist order.

Now The ECC goes even further with their post-mashup album "All Rights Reserved," which, with its Listener Licence Agreement (similar to those required to install software) you are legally forbidden to even hear it! Even with that legal safeguard though, both the pressing plant and distributor initially refused to handle the album, due to copyright worries! The ECC celebrates its long-awaited release with a special show live on stage at 11 PM.

In the upstairs room, it's the return of Bootie Seattle resident DJ Freddy, King of Pants, who will be teaming up with SF's DJ Fox for some hot mashup action! And for the Midnight Mashup Show, drag queen Virginia Suicide takes the stage ... not to lip-sync, but to sing an A Plus D mashup live!

Launched in 2003 in San Francisco by DJs Adrian & Mysterious D, Bootie was the first club night in the United States dedicated solely to the burgeoning artform of the bootleg mashup -- and is now the biggest mashup event in the world, with regular parties in several cities on four continents. Keeping your brain guessing and body dancing with creative song combinations, Bootie mixes and matches every conceivable musical genre, era, and style into one big dance party where everyone feels welcome, providing the soundtrack for the A.D.D. generation ... and free mashup CDs, given away like candy!

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