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listed & the EndUp present: PLAY with Frank & Tony + Black Light Smoke (live)

listed & The EndUp present:

PLAY - the first Saturday of every month.

PLAY is a party series best described as recess for adults. It's all the fun you aren't supposed to be having because you're supposedly a grown up now. With all the kids you shouldn't hang out with, but they're too much fun not to. And all the music that makes you glad you’ve grown up – just a little. The bells have rung. It's time to PLAY.


Frank & Tony (Francis Harris & Anthony Collins)

Black Light Smoke (live)

Bob Moses

and opening set by

Michael Perry

Concept and media by:


Doors open at 10 with free entry before 11pm!

Advance $15 tickets available here:

Drink specials till 1AM!

$5 Stoli (all flavors)

$3 Jeremiah Weed Peach Sweet Tea Vodka

$5 Tattoo Spiced Rum



FRANK & TONY (Francis Harris & Anthony Collins)

Frank & Tony are two disco-era boys just looking for love in the form of deep and sexy House music. Their third “Frank & Tony presents… ” EP is out this month featuring two epic tracks, “Walter’s Orange,” a low slung acid work out with a rock edge added by Corbu and “Breath Game,” groovy percussive journey laced with a superb vocal by Black Light Smoke. Also just released are new digital exclusive remixes of “Worked featuring Bob Moses” from Frank & Tony presents 001 by Steve Bug and Kai Alce


At the end of last year, Jordan Lieb was an unknown quantity to most when he stepped onto the stage at the Scissor and Thread vs. Life and Death BPM beach party, but by the end of the day he was the breakout artist of the week. 2012 saw Jordan hit new heights taking his live set across the US and to Fabric in London while releasing his Tiger Fingers project on HFN. 2013 starts with Black Light Smoke’s “Papa’s Bag” being released on Scissor and Thread Limited.


This Canadian grown (legally), New York formed duo is one of the latest acts to release on the boutique label Scissor and Thread with their 2012 debut, "Hands to Hold". Although only cordially discussing music and life in the same high school art class in Vancouver BC, it wasn't until several years later that they bumped into each other at a Lowe's parking lot and teamed up to make the act now known as Bob Moses.


Michael Perry was born in Detroit and currently resides in San Francisco. His dedication to quality dance music runs deep and is seeped in the best underground house and techno. He is currently involved with some of the hottest projects on the SF scene: White Label, a weekly happy hour dedicated to the newest house and techno sounds; Afterglow, a monthly dedicated to the more cerebral side of electronic music; and Fedora, a deep house partnership with fellow Midwesterner Matt Wilder.

The Endup
401 6th St
Ticket price: $15 to $20

Saturday, February 2, 2013 from 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM

The Endup
401 6th St