House Proud Family! Thank you for getting down with us in October! What a night of great tunes and stellar company! 🙂
Heading into November with some flavor from the likes of:
One Half of Sync Button.. House Music Lover.
Kris Holiday has been DJing professionally in nightclubs since 2005. He has held residencies all over MPLS and continues to push the sounds each week, with extended sets. Kris Holiday sets can be deep, funky and definitely bangin. This one knows how to work the room and lets the music do all of the talking. We’re super stoked to have Kris step to the HP decks next month. It’s gonna be all-that!
In 2011 he made the transition to production. He has sixteen original releases along with seven remixes (under Kris Holiday and two aliases), which span multiple genres of House Music. He has also opened for wide range of international acts including Paul Oakenfold, TJR, John Dahlback, Jenaux, Bakermat, Gigamesh, Dev, and Anjulie.
SASHA B. WARE
Sasha B. Ware is the DJ handle of multi-disciplinary artist/promoter/hustler/party girl Sasha T. Todryk. With an amount of energy that borders on the absurd, Sasha has been intimately involved in the independent music and art world since the tender age of 16 – wether as label head (MJ MJ Records), electronic musician (Sasha Conda), organizer of massive collaborative music & art festivals (FMLY Fest), booking agent, manager, writer, etc, etc, etc. After spending most of his twenties on tour and having been involved in organizing literally thousands of independent events around the world she settled down in Minneapolis. They picked up DJ’ing and quickly found her home in the Minneapolis underground; spinning at parties like Communion, Dark Energy, Daddy, Black Mass, Purr, as well as several of their own monthlies – most notably Cassette (the longest running and most top notch tape only DJ night in the world). Informed by her years as a performer and curator in the experimental music world Sasha is an eclectic selector with an infectious stage presence. Never tied down to genre, expect her to keep the energy high and dance floor shifting through classic and experimental house, funk, peak-hour techno, noise, pop and way-out-of-left-field deep cuts.