Michael Bricker
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San Francisco-based artist Michael Bricker has broken out of the realm of house music to spin a techno mix that will get your blood pumping immediately.


One of the artists in the house music scene up in the Bay Area who has continued to “level up” with every passing performance is Michael Bricker. Whether he’s taking the stage at nightclubs like Halcyon SF and Temple or festivals like Deep Summit and Northern Nights, he always sets the dancefloor ablaze no matter where he plays.

Last year saw Michael Bricker grow even further as he opened for a number of top names in the scene like Destructo, Tchami, and Lee Foss. He also flexed his tastemaking muscle along the way as The Brick House hosted takeovers at clubs like 1015 Folsom with lineups filled with other artists in the scene.

Now, with the new decade in full swing, Michael is looking to make an even bigger mark on the scene while exploring his own creative depths as well. On March 13 The Brick House will be taking over The Lounge at F8 Nightclub when Robot Ears and Incognito bring Setaoc Mass to town and tickets are available now.

If you were looking to get warmed up ahead of the show then you’re in luck as he’s stepped outside of the norm to spin a techno set that will get you moving in no time. Check it out below and stay tuned for more from Michael Bricker as we dive deeper into the new year!


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“Stepping out of my normal tempo/comfort zone, I wanted to deliver a mix that highlights another area of the dance music world that I thoroughly enjoy. Here’s a mix of absolute techno belters to keep that energy high!”


Tracklist:

  1. YANT – Scrub Act (Original Mix) [SK_Eleven]
  2. Rene Wise – Sling Jockey (Original Mix) [Mote Evolver]
  3. Blenk – Forward (Original Mix) [Enemy Records]
  4. Robert S (PT) – Exoplanets (Drumcell Remix) [Noir Music]
  5. Keith Carnal – Rolls (Original Mix) [Second Degree]
  6. Planetary Assault Systems – Spell A (Original Mix) [Ostgut Ton]
  7. Lethal M – Natural Behavior (Original Mix) [trau-ma]
  8. Rene Wise – Primal Fever (Original Mix) [Knowledge Imprint]
  9. Gaston Zani – Unruly (Original Mix) [Agile Recordings]
  10. Arthur Robert – Frustration (Original Mix) [Atmophile Electronics]
  11. Omas (Italy) -Midnight (Original Mix) [Funk’n Deep Records]
  12. Marcal – Shutdown (Original Mix) [JAM]
  13. Dave Simon – Stripes of Soden (TWCOR Remix) [Proper Techno Tunes]
  14. Polli Ji – Meant To Be (Coyu Remix) [Suara]
  15. SHDW & Obscure Shape – Leiser Zorn (Original Mix) [Arts]
  16. Random XS – Give Your Body (Delta Funktionen 3AM Mix) [Delsin Records]
  17. KlangKuenstler – Dunkle Illusion (Original Mix) [Second State]
  18. RanchaTek, Dino Maggiorana – Saturate (Original Mix) [IAMT]
  19. Deano (ZA) – Seek (Original Mix) [Knowledge Imprint]
  20. Loco Dice – We’re Alive (Truncate Remix) [Desolat]
  21. Sleeps Everywhere – Extinguishj (Original Mix) [EMERALD]
  22. Blenk – Vibration (Original Mix) [Enemy Records]
  23. SHDDR – Different (Original Mix) [IAMT]
  24. Deano (ZA) – Irregular Surface (Original Mix) [Concerns Music]
  25. SHDW & Obscure Shape – Wachter der Nacht (Original Mix) [From Another Mind]
  26. Beroshima – Interplugreaction (Somewhen Remix) [Dystopian]

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