9/6: Posso @ Bang Bang, bangbangsd.com
Two ladies from L.A., bringing down some killer house music. For a taste of what’s in store, check out their bootleg of “Down in Mexico” by The Coasters.
9/7: M A N I K @ El Dorado, eldoradobar.com
Making the trip out from NYC, M A N I K dips into a variety of EDM genres with his remixes and productions, but he really thrives with deep house and nu-disco.
9/8: Chris Lake @ Intervention Sundays, interventionsd.com
Scottish DJ Chris Lake’s single “Changes” landed on Billboard‘s Hot Dance Airplay chart.
9/12: The M Machine @ Fluxx, fluxxsd.com
A progressive house trio from San Francisco with a slew of remixes for big names like Bruno Mars and Passion Pit.
9/12: Digitalism (DJ set) @ Voyeur, voyeursd.com
This German duo will play fantastic selections of progressive house and techno.
9/15: Mad Decent Block Party @ Petco Park, maddecentblockparty.com
Major Lazer, Zeds Dead, Dillon Francis and Jack U pack the parking lot at Petco Park.
9/19: AC Slater @ Fluxx, fluxxsd.com
Not to be confused with Filner’s friend and San Diego’s binational affairs director, this AC Slater is no stranger to FLUXX. This shining star from the Trouble & Bass label will play heavy progressive house, and will definitely not be inviting the mayor.
9/19: Gold Panda @ Casbah, casbahmusic.com
Known for the hit single “You,” the UK producer touches on a wide range of electronic music from ambient chill wave to minimal techno.
9/20: Cashmere Cat @ Bang Bang, bangbangsd.com
This 25-year-old Norwegian’s remix of “No Lie” by 2 Chainz placed first on VICE Magazine‘s list of “25 Awesome Genre Benders of 2012.” The hard-to-pin-down EDM producer has since collaborated with big names like Maroon 5 and Jeremih.
9/21: Lazy Rich @ Bassmnt, bassmnt.com
Canadians love their progressive house, and Lazy Rich is one of the best they have to offer. Expect big remixes of Sander Van Doorn and Avicii.
9/22: The Stafford Brothers @ Intervention Sundays, interventionsd.com
Originally from New Zealand, these boys are NOW based out of Australia and reign supreme at the top of the list of Australian DJs, according to the inthemix DJ Awards.
9/26: Cyril Hahn, Ryan Hemsworth @ Bang Bang, bangbangsd.com
Expect super-groovy house tunes from these two. Cyril Hahn is known for smooth remixes of big R&B acts like Mariah Carey and Destiny’s Child, and has been featured on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1.
9/26: Firebeatz @ Fluxx, fluxxsd.com
This Dutch progressive house duo’s 2011 hit “It’s Like That 2011" reached the top of the charts in four countries.
9/28: Paul Oakenfold @ Voyeur, voyeursd.com
Perhaps best-known for annoying players of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2003 with repetitive loadingscreen music, the neargeriatric (he’s 50!) English trance-legend is bringing his world-renowned skills back to the Gaslamp.
9/27: Brodinski & Gesaffelstein @ Voyeur, voyeursd.com
This pair, performing together, will be a sight to see. Both are unique techno house producers in their own right, and they’ve collaborated on a few booming tracks that may just level Voyeur.