Thursday, January 7, 2016

Friday, November 13, 2015

DONT SCREW UP a Dj Screw retrospective.

a Dj Screw retrospective

Lil Keke (Screwed Up Click, Houston TX)
+performance and Q/A w/ Tim Hix

Noon Court
William Hutson
Legg Lake
+more tba_____

Celebrating the orignator of slowed down, cut-up outsider music, Dj Screw.

A one night only tribute to the origins of Chop and Screw.

Featuring special guest Lil' Keke from Houston Tx, one of the last living members of Dj Screw's group -Screwed Up Click.
Enjoy live, bizaare performances of local artist's interpretation of the slow and wierd.

Slowed and sliced visuals from General Qurby

Limited Capacity.
Pre-sale Tickets Suggested

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Perpetual Dawn: Kid 606, Leech, T.E.A.L. +more

Tigerbeat6, Phuture Perfect, Tears of Joy and (the) Handbag Factory Present : Perpetual Dawn

A Berlin inspired late night underground techno rave. 
Massive soundsystem. Club Mate. No Police. No EDM. No Ryanair. Clothing optional. Darkroom TBC. 

Kit n C.L.A.W.S.- Live [San Francisco]
OG Dubtechno mastermind Kit Clayton and Ectsacy / 100% SILK recording artist C.L.A.W.S. merge to bring you live synthesizer and drum machine musik!

Kid606 - Live. Tigerbeat6
Leech - Live. 100% SILK Peak oil
T.E.A.L - Live. Tears of Joy

DJ sets by:
Zøraya [ Phuture Perfect]
Live For Each Moon [Tears of Joy/ Pacific Horizons]
Eric Parren [La Force Sauvage]

Visuals by Alex Pelly [ dublab]

9pm till Late
At the Handbag Factory
1336 S Grand Ave

Joshua Kit Clayton
Kit n C.L.A.W.S.
Live For Each Moon
Eric Parren

Set Times:

9:00 Live For Each Moon - DJ
10:00 T.E.A.L. - Live
10:30 Live For Each Moon -DJ
11:00 Leech - Live
11:40 ZØRAYA - DJ
12:40 Kid606 - Live
1:20 Kit n C.L.A.W.S. - Live
2:00 Eric Parren -DJ
3:00 Live For Each Moon - DJ
4AMish, end

Friday, November 7, 2014

Anthony the II Art Show Opening w/ special guests FATHER 11.7.14

(the) Handbag Factory presents a special night to celebrate the opening ofAnthony Seth Quintana's art exhibit.

Featuring musical act Father plus special guests.

DJs: General Qurby, Noon Court

The work to be presented and the resulting restoration of the space itself blurs the line between craftsmanship and art. 
Geometric patterns and ratios underly much of the work. Still, an ever-present crudeness resonates through that make them oddly human. 

From Anthony:

"You become a part of the medium that you paint, sculpt, or stain. 

The labor reflects dedication, emotion, and temporal significance.

Whatever the output, the hours show in the work.
It's very personal to me.

I was approached at a unique time to show my work. A time when both the gallery space and myself were ready for our next evolution.

I seized the opportunity to combine my latest efforts in a way that transforms the space temporarily and permanently."

Free to the Public