Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Upcoming: Rhythm Society at First Unitarian Universalist Church

The Rhythm Society (formerly St. John's Divine Rhythm Society, but they had a bit of a problem with St. John's Church) is probably the closest thing you will find to an old-skool rave still happening in San Francisco. In December I was fortunate to attend one of these events for the first time, and all I can say is "Burning Man Without the Dust." The music was good funky breaks with special guest DJs from Space Cowboys, everyone was friendly and happy, and early in the evening there were even some lil' ravers running around. Attendance is by invitation only, and members are allowed to only invite six guests, so if you are lucky enough to score one of these highly sought-after invites, be sure to get your butt down to the First Unitarian Universalist Church on March 16 and prepare for a true All Night Dance Celebration.


Anonymous said...

A good time for the suburbanites. BS consumer culture for the faux revolutionaries.

The Jaded Gay DJ said...

Um, yeah. Would you care to offer some analysis behind those statements, and perhaps an alternative vision, or do you just like the sound of your own slogans?