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Thursday, December 4, 2008

Things Are Gonna Get Easier...

So tonight Sebastien Tellier comes to town tonight and I couldn't be more stoked for the French pop god's arrival. The show is at the Mezzanine, tickets are $15 I believe (you can purchase them here) and I think doors are at 9PM. San Francisco DJs Blackshag, BT Magnum and Safety Scissors will be in attendance as well so come early and stay late for them. To commemorate this occassion I've decided to share with you a track from a Low Motion Disco 7" I picked up this summer. The track is my favorite thing Tellier has done, but if anything him singing "ooh child, things are gonna get easier..." in a ridiculous French accent makes me laugh out loud. Everything on Sexuality is much better but for those of you who haven't heard it, here is Tellier's remix of Low Motion Disco's "Things Are Gonna Get Easier."

Low Motion Disco - Things Are Gonna Get Easier (Sebastien Tellier Remix)

There are quite a few other shows this weekend as well. Tomorrow night Chicago house godfather Marshall Jefferson is at the Elbo Room in the Mission for the monthly .b.o.d.y.h.e.a.t. party, tickets are $10 and the party starts at 10PM. I will most likely be attending this party, but before that I'll be heading over to Paradise Lounge for their Holiday Party. Booze should be cheap and the DJs should be good and it's FREE with an RSVP so if the recession's got you down and you don't feel like blowing all your cash Friday night, that could be an option too!

Then on Saturday night local krautrock endeavor Jonas Reinhardt is playing at the Hemlock Tavern with Tussle and Explode Into Colors. Tickets are $7 and the show starts at 9:30PM. But if krautrock isn't your Saturday night scene, Gemini Disco is throwing their regular party at Underground SF in the Haight, and although I've never been, I might attend post the Reinhardt show. Tickets are $5 and the show goes til 2AM.

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