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Emcee: Sue Casa
Sue Casa is best described as the village idiot. With an amazing ability to paint the same
exact face every time and wear the same exact wig her look is…well….recognizable.
She is a hostess of the weekly Monster Show at the Edge Bar in San Francisco and the winner of Miss Trannyshack 2013.
DJ MC2 was born with a tone-arm and a love for dance music. DJ MC2 has established himself as a major player in the club scene, playing to packed dance floors throughout SF, as well as captivating large crowds with sets at California’s Great America (Pride Night: Memorial Weekend 2013), Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, and Castro Street Fair. By cultivating the perfect energy with foot-stompin’, head-boppin’, body-rockin’ party beats, his audience can’t help but move their feet!
Since 1980, CHEER San Francisco® has been thrilling crowds locally, nationally and internationally with its unique brand of high-energy routines. This all-volunteer group is dedicated not only to providing polished professional entertainment, but also to the philanthropic mission of the squad, serving as true ambassadors of good will to the communities in which they perform. Learn more at www.cheersf.org.
The Monster Show, founded by the beloved Cookie Dough and DJ MC2, continues every Thursday at the Edge Bar and every 3rd Saturday at Bootie (DNA Lounge) with hostesses Sue Casa, Sugah Betes; and cofounder DJ MC2 on the decks. A mix of punk rock aesthetics, pop music, and musical theater madness, the award winning show and club party is a true staple of San Francisco, running for 12 years.
Vollmer is dedicated group of artists, fans of Joan and Bill, avowed feminists. We are here to examine the price of inspiration, and to shed light on the memory of Joan Vollmer, and others (including Bill) whose sacrifices made possible some of the greatest literature and art of the last century. It was started and continues to be about the memory of Joan, and the meaning of love in the midst of chaos.
Markus is the music project of Mark Zannad, a designer living in San Francisco. Zannad moved to SF in 2009 from Las Vegas, Nevada and started his first music project, Seatraffic. After 5 years and countless Bay Area shows; Zannad took his production solo and to a much darker place with heavy textures, relentless bass lines, and emotional vocals. Drawing influence from House, Electro, and R&B, Markus brings an eclectic sound that bends the categories of today’s genres.
An Independent Music Award-winning cinematronic group from San Francisco, Beautiful Machines blends emotion and technology in euphoric lifts and lush melodies. Embracing the latest audio and visual technologies, the trio synthesizes their sounds in fresh ways, creating a live experience that is cinematic and awe-inspiring. The band cites as influences M83, Goldfrapp, Depeche Mode, sci-pop and new wave. Beautiful Machines have performed at Northern Nights, Decompression, Burning Man, and toured the US. Beautiful Machines is Conrad Schuman (Vocal/Guitar), Veli-Matti Mattila (Drums), Stef Ku (Synth/Keys). Check out www.beautifulmachinesmusic.com.