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New Years Day Club

Thursday, December 20th, 2012

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Want to keep the party going past afterhours? Or maybe get a good night sleep and then start your year off right with your favorite DJs? Join Shameless as we bring the community together on New Years Day 2013 for a very special event with two stages! Festivities begin at 6am following NYE with the Innerflight family and then go until 4pm. Plus! There will be a couple of special performances by Gaydolf & The Golden Showers throughout the afternoon on the second stage.

Full bar opens at 6am. We will have all types of your favorite breakfast drinks. We will also be serving breakfast at 8am. There will be tons of bacon so bring your chompers along with your dancing shoes!

Cyanwave vs Sone (From 0-1)
Nordic Soul (Decibel)
Eva (Mastermind)
Wesley Holmes (Flammable)
Deepvibez vs Jeromy Nail (Uniting Souls)
J-SUN (Innerflight Music)
Sh6rl6s6 (KEXP, No Sleep)
DJ D’Nelski (Hush Hush)
Erin O’Connor vs Riff Raff (Soft Wall, Bottom Forty)
Recess (Shameless, Q)
Joe Bellingham (Shameless)
Withrock (Shameless)

The 2nd Annual
Breakfast Club
6am-4pm, 21+
Electric Tea Garden

immediately proceeding: Innerflight Toasted NYE
http://www.facebook.com/events/261075700685207/

My Bloody Valentine is Shameless #9 Recap

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

Thanks to everyone who made it out to our anniversary/vday party last month.  Because of you we raised just over $2,000 for Lifelong AIDS Alliance and the Space Virgins!

The energy created while collaborating with so many people in a fun house party setting was incredible.  We’ll see you all next year for our BIG ten year anniversary.

Shame off! Game on!

 

Decibel Festival Afterglow with Never Enough

Tuesday, October 4th, 2011

It’s 5:15 am at the Rebar on Saturday night (or is that considered Sunday morning?) and the dance floor is packed. Cajmere, looking cool in his shades, takes a lively Seattle crowd on a trip through Chicago house before handing over the decks to Detroit’s Mike Huckaby. From there, Mike carries the dancefloor until the bar reopens when bloody mary’s and mimosas start flowing freely. Happy Decibel!!

Once again, Seattle proved to the world that electronic music has a home here. We here at Shameless have been honored to have played a part in Decibel Festival each year since it’s incarnation 8 years ago. It’s been an incredible journey watching the Festival grow and yet still remain solidly connected to the local underground music scene. This  year it was particularly exciting for us to return to the Electric Tea Garden for the recommended Friday night db afterparty. Our sincerest apologizes to those of you that weren’t able to make it in. The venue filled up faster than we had anticipated and the management decided to hold the door. But with our new friends from Rock It Science LabsMax Cooper and Cyanwave holding it down, the party kept going until past 8am so hopefully you came by later if you weren’t able to make it in right away. Much love to the ETG staff for hosting.

It was also a joy to collaborate with our good friends at Innerflight. Rebar hadn’t ever held a raging afterparty before and we’re so grateful they took a chance on us. Combining one of our favorite venues with one of our favorite local crews, meant magic was inevitable. Joe Bellingham set the stage with a live set (check out the link below to download) while Holger Zilske of Smash TV kept the crowd moving until 4am. From there…well, you needed to be there to know. Or wait until the official video recap which is coming soon.

In the meantime…Thank you to all of our friend, supporters and volunteers over the years. Thank you Decibel. Thank you Seattle.

Here is an exclusive LINK to the recording of Joe Bellingham’s Live Set.

 

Sounds From The Sound #13 – Seattle’s Gunnar Lockwood

Monday, September 12th, 2011

Gunnar Lockwood

Just before J.Phlip played her surprise guest DJ set at last months Social (ETG), Gunnar threw down a fierce live set that had the entire dance floor fired up. In case you missed it, Joe Bellingham’s Sounds from the Sound podcast this month features a fantastic example of why you should be paying attention to this up and coming live techno producer/performer.

Sounds From The Sound Gunnar Lockwood by Sounds From The Sound

Planes, trains, automobiles…and techno hippies.

Saturday, June 25th, 2011
Wonderful week with our friend Rick Bull aka Deepchild. Started off with a debut performance in Portland and then we took off for beautiful Twin Springs in Idaho for Esthetic Evolution.

Also, don’t forget tonight’s throwdown (The Social) at ETG is free before 11pm. Come get your PRIDE on!

Video from My Bloody Valentine is Shameless #8

Monday, May 2nd, 2011

Thanks again to everyone who came out and made the night a hit! Here’s the video to prove it.

SeXXXy Time!

Friday, February 25th, 2011
Jimmy Edgar

On Saturday February 26th we welcome back The Shameless Social to the Electric Tea Garden (ETG). This fun filled monthly event returns after a brief intro last year at ETG and will be kicked off with a highly anticipated live appearance by !K7/Warp artist Jimmy Edgar. Come early and connect with your Shameless friends and then dance the night away at one of Capitol Hills most intimate underground venues.

:: Saturday, February 26th Electric Tea Garden : The Shameless Social ::

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:: JIMMY EDGAR LIVE SET:: !K7, WARP : Berlin/Detroit

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Jimmy Edgar in The Stranger

Listen to Hot, Raw, Sex (!K7)

Lover. Fighter. Prophet. Freak magnet. Time-traveler. Musician, photographer and designer Jimmy Edgar is a wayward star-child streaking across the cosmic dance-floor. Endowed with a supernatural feel for futuristic funk, the Detroit native has been bleeping and grinding about the Milky Way since he was a teenage humanoid. While his peers were worrying about their grades and popularity, Edgar was spinning alongside his hometown’s DJ heroes and programming intricate beats that were unquestionably interplanetary communication disguised as dance music. In 2001 at the tender of 18, his hyper-sexed microchip stylings caught the ear of Warp, where he cranked out his brand of amped-up laptop funk for the next eight years, culminating in the full-length classic “Color Strip”. Now 26, Edgar is shaking things up at German beat boutique !K7. “When I was 18 and signed with Warp, my next goal was !K7 for some reason. I believe I attracted !K7 to me through the ‘Law of Attraction’. I think this is going to be an incredible journey.” The new album “XXX” is out at the end of July and its New Jack Swing winks as much at Minneapolis, Compton and Paris as it does Detroit or Berlin. On new turf, Edgar’s sonic prowess takes on a leaner, more radio-ready shine. “Function of Your Love” zips and struts about like something Andre Cymone might have cooked up for Jody Watley in their chart-topping heyday. On “Hot, Raw, Sex” Edgar lets the synth stabs and hand claps fly fast and loose. “In My Color” has the percolating, crystalline bounce of I:Cube’s late 90′s French Touch. “Midnite Fone Call” is the kind of lush “Quiet Storm” that Alex Gopher might kill for. “Push”, with its staccato rhythm and come-hither incantations would make Timbaland blush. The instrumental interlude “One Twenty Detail”, runs Kraftwerk through a low-rider worthy break-beat filter and “Vibration” sounds like pornographic Morse Code tapped out by Egyptian Lover. While the album is largely a one-man show, “XXX” is not without accomplices. A Latvian girl named Anet sings on “Physical Motion” and a rising new R&B singer from NYC signed to XL recordings, Azealia, ad libs on the same track. “Whenever I have worked with women and art, they have this way of putting balance into everything.” The album’s sophistication should come as no surprise, considering the mix of elements that factored in its creation. “Celibacy. Love and Loss. A myriad of intense relationships. Home studio on mostly analog equipment, finished digitally. Some recorded on tape. Some recorded frustrated, sick, broke, pissed off, in love.” Referring to other influences, Edgar adds, “I learned piano from black dudes at the Baptist church in Detroit. They taught me to extend my fingers and play from the heart.” As for Kraftwerk, the Belleville Three and the rest of the early electronic pioneers he says, “Those guys were tryin to make Stevie Wonder more danceable. They were tryin to make Prince with that equipment. That is what I do essentially.” What Edgar does essentially and very well is make your body move. Most of the time he does it alone, but there has been no shortage of willing partners. In addition to an array of remixes for everyone from pop acts like Will Smith and Scott Hardkiss to indie darlings like emo-electro duo Purple Crush and new wave soul man Theophilus London – including 2009′s cruising-with-the-top-down jams “Blindfolded” and “Higher” – he famously turned Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” inside out into a blistering workout from beyond. Deeply inspired by Jacko and incapable of standing still for very long himself, the ever-restless Edgar is eager to take his musical peep show on the road this summer. As if his beats and dancing weren’t enough, just to make his seductive intent perfectly clear, Edgar adds “I designed 12 florescent neon tubes to make an “XXX” on stage.” Ultimately, the best thing about Jimmy Edgar’s intergalactic funk is that for all its mystical kink, it’s solidly the kind of music you could easily imagine today’s pop tarts making. If Beyonce, Lady Gaga or Fergie had any sense, their million dollar booties would have Jimmy Edgar on speed dial already.

Support by:

:: LINCOLNUP :: (Bubblin’) : Portland

:: DJ dAb :: Solidrate : Seattle

:: LEVI CLARK :: Shameless : Seattle

:: JOE BELLINGHAM : DJ SET :: Shameless : Seattle

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TICKETS & VENUE INFO.

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Saturday, February 26th : The Shameless Social : Doors open at 10pm / 21+ / Party goes until 4am $10 before 11pm – Electric Tea Garden 1402 E Pike St



VIDEO FROM PAST SHAMELESS EVENTS AT ETG

Deepchild

J.Phlip

NEXT MONTH: The Shameless Social – Saturday March 26th – Innerflight DJs will be paired up with Shameless DJs and YOU get to vote on the pairings! Cast your vote here… http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/V2KY5N6

8TH ANNUAL MY BLOODY VALENTINE IS SHAMELESS!

Monday, January 24th, 2011


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FEBRUARY 12TH 2011 @ FRED WILDLIFE REFUGE
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Shameless is proud to present the

8TH ANNUAL MY BLOODY VALENTINE IS SHAMELESS!

Heartbreaker’s Hall
Santiago & Bushido (PottyMouth, Cajual Records -CHI)

Amidst the countless DJ’s and producers working in the burgeoning Chicago house scene, Santiago and Bushido stand apart from the rest with their unique blend of tech-tinged house beats and killer remixes that are becoming quite the sought-after commodity. Since teaming up as a production duo in 2003, Chris Santiago and Tim Bush have dropped numerous EP’s and remixes on some of the most well respected labels around including Potty Mouth, Om, Ultra, and have generated a significant following in the process. Their unique sound and flawless DJ sets have helped to establish Santiago & Bushido as one of the premier acts in dance music today.
Their track ‘Head Trick’ was one of the true dance anthems of 2008, a major crossover success receiving play and charting from many of the globe’s top DJ’s such as Moby, DJ Tiesto, Switch, Armin Van Buren, and Diplo. Head Trick was the 1 most downloaded song in January 2008, and the 8 most downloaded of the entire year on Beatport.com, the world’s top online site for electronic music. Santiago & Bushido followed the success of Head Trick with a number of critically acclaimed releases and remixes including a massive remix of Kaskade’s Billboard 1 hit single Move For Me, a reworking of Larry Tee’s Louis Vuitton, and their original single Can’t Be Wrong which has been licensed to numerous complications such as Ministry of Sound. In addition to belting out club tracks Santiago and Bushido have worked with Om recording artist Colette on her artist album “Push” for which they wrote and produced multiple songs including the album’s single, “If,” which was licensed for an episode of Real World for “MTV” and can also be purchased as a ring tone from Verizon.


Having been intimately involved with music his entire, life Bushido picked up his first pair of turntables and sampler on his 16th birthday and immediately went to work mixing, sampling, and cutting up any piece of vinyl he could get his hands on. His carefully crafted DJ sets caught the ears of some of Chicago’s nightlife elite and he soon found himself playing all over the city. Tim spent his days working at Chicago Recording Company, sharing the same recording space with the likes of R.Kelly and Smashing Pumpkins among others. By working alongside some of Chicago’s most well respected engineers at CRC, Bushido honed his engineering and production prowess until opportunity knocked.

While Bushido was mastering his craft, Santiago was working his way up the Chicago’s nightlife hierarchy. Within one year of playing live gigs, he secured a Friday night residency at Zentra Nightclub’s House Arrest, and within a year he would be playing to Chicago’s most musically educated and up-for-it partiers as an exclusive resident at “World’s Best Dance Club”, Smartbar, joining the halls of dance icons that have enjoyed similar slots there (including other current residents Kaskade and Justin Long).

As DJ’s, Santiago & Bushido draw influence from their Chicago house background and apply harder and heavier elements to their sound. Santiago & Bushido are regularly headlining and appearing at some of the best parties in the US and beyond including Avalon in LA, Decibel Festival in Seattle, and Bed in Miami. Recent shows have them playing along side some of the hottest talent around today such as Deadmau5, Crookers, and Kaskade. Their 2009 dates include a multi-city tour in Australia, multiple trips to Europe, and regular gigs in North America.

http://www.facebook.com/santiagobushido
http://soundcloud.com/santiago_bushido


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Mozaic (Glimmer of Dope) SF
Kid Hops
(Kexp90.3fm/TRUST)


Shameless Residents
Recess & Levi Clark (Shameless)
Adlib (Shameless/POE)
Joe Bellingham (Shameless)

Cupid’s Cave (2nd Room of Music)

214 (Touchin Bass/Car Crash Set)
Jen Woolfe (Shameless) SF
Kadeejah Streets (Innerflight) w/ MC Anton Bomb
Moist Towelette & Riff Raff (Anti-Gravity Music)
Blondzie (Happy Days)
All My Friends Are Dead (Las Vegas)


Live visuals by Looptid Visuals

Proceeds to benefit Lifelong Aids Alliance



Performance art assistance provided by Seattle Erotic Arts Festival and The 4 Horseme


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Check out video and pictures from past Shameless V-day events…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JhlKBAkZMw8
http://simplyshamelesscrew.blogspot….entine-is.html
http://simplyshamelesscrew.blogspot.com/2007/04/obligatory-brave.html



Shameless Bio :: Joe Bellingham

Saturday, July 3rd, 2010

 

Joe Bellingham

Joe Bellingham joined Shameless Productions in 2009 and quickly established himself as a live act preforming his original Dub, Techno & Ambient live sets. With his trusty field recorder at his side, no personal moment is safe from sample. You might find him recording city buses on the streets of Seattle or at his residency at the Electric Tea Garden for the monthly party The Shameless Social. Either way, he would love to get together sometime to record cat meows, people on drugs and the channel 4 news.

www.soundcloud.com/joebellingham

www.residentadvisor.net/dj/joebellingham

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Do you know where the wild beats are?

Friday, October 16th, 2009

One last word about tonight’s party… we promise!