Ariel's Party

Ariel's Party

Rae Chardonnay, Guns Garcia

Sat, October 13, 2018

11:59 pm

The Hideout

Chicago, IL

$5 at the Door

The Hideout Dance Party
The Hideout Dance Party
The Chicago Reader's 'Best Place To Dance Your Ass Off'!
Ariel Zetina
Ariel Zetina
"If you are interested in the future of club and dance music, look no further than Ariel Zetina. A popular rising underground DJ, Zetina has begun making a name for herself in the city’s club venues and across the country (through the power of SoundCloud) for her eclectic and progressive sets. Straightforward hip-hop or bro-oriented EDM are never on the menu during her performances (thank goodness). Instead, listeners and partygoers will be immersed in Zetina’s glitchy, strange, yet totally fun dance music. Zetina aims to use sound and text works to transform club settings and performance spaces, making them more socially inclusive and sonically forward-thinking.This year, Zetina launched an ongoing residency at the Hideout, best known for its iconic dance parties." - Britt Julious, Chicago Tribune
DJ sets at… Rumors (Residency at Exit), Quest (Residency at Beauty Bar), Nightvision @ Wangs, Total Therapy, LQQKS @ Berlin Nightclub, IT presents..., Soft Leather, OPT!ONZ, Primary Nightclub, East Room, dfbrl8tr gallery, TCC Chicago, Stargayzer Fest (ATX), Burly, Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Empty Bottle, Township, Club Soda, Bijou Theatre, Chances Dances, New Ohio Theatre (NYC), Chimera @ Slippery Slope, The Hideout & Salonathon (Residency at Beauty Bar).
Rae Chardonnay
Rae Chardonnay
Rae Chardonnay Taylor is a DJ and Arts Administrator with a background in events management and production. She began DJing in 2010 and has since held residencies at venues in Chicago including Underground Wonder Bar and The Promontory and has circulated many private and public events to share her musical styling techniques. She is the Founder of Black Eutopia, a series of segmented programming intended to cultivate space for marginalized communities. She is also a co-founder of Party Noire. Rae utilizes her passion for activism to create community outreach and development strategies through event coordination. Her involvement in programs at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Stony Island Arts Bank, School of the Art Institute and various arts organizations have catapulted her career in unimaginable ways. She is dedicated to encouraging a life of open-minded learning and expression.

MUSICAL EXPLORATIONS INCLUDE HOUSE FROM AROUND THE WORLD, SOUL, FUNK, DISCO & HIP HOP FROM THE NEW AND OLD SCHOOL. RECENTLY NOTED AS CHICAGO'S BEST DJ BY THE CHICAGO READER, SHE IS DEDICATED TO MAKING BACKS SWEAT ON THE DANCE FLOOR.
Guns Garcia
Guns Garcia
Regina "Gun$" Garcia is a Washington D.C. area transplant, who moved to Philadelphia for art school, and ended up taking the city's music scene by storm. She initially made her way into the electronic music arena designing merchandise and promoting events for the future music DJ / production titans, Seclusiasis. In 2009 she moved from behind the scenes to front and center, and began her first DJ residency at Flamin Hotz Records' ‘I CAN HAS BASS?’ party. Soon after, she was inducted into the Philly chapter of the legendary New Jersey based DJ / producer club music collective; the Brick Bandits.

She approaches her DJ sets with the unique goal of playing music that would personally have her cutting a rug on the dancefloor, and she's often found dancing as hard as the crowd in the DJ booth. She's rocked crowds from clubs to festivals and currently holds residencies at Philly's Mad Decent Mondays, Hands & Knees, Factory Girls and Red Lip District parties. Her Double Dutch party created the blueprint for "girl power" in Philly, and showcased the debut 215 performances of Azaelia Banks, Maluca and Zuzuka Poderosa among others. She's also taught aspiring female DJs
the craft, and counts Philly selectors Suga Shay, Yolo Ono, Magglezzz & Ghostpunch among her top students.

No stranger to mixtapes, she's dropped a number of them showcasing the best in dance and rap music.
In 2011 she released a groundbreaking all female rap mixtape, "Bad Bitches Bomb First," which ranked number 34 on SPIN Magazine's Top Rap Albums of 2011 list - the only female offering on the chart. In 2013 she performed as tour DJ for up and coming rap superstar Lil Debbie.

Gun$ Garcia's catalog, and accomplishments continue to expand and grow, and she is a pioneer in her field.
Within a few years she's established herself as one of the most formidable and inspiring DJs in the US and her brand is rapidly gaining global recognition and respect.

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Venue Information:
The Hideout
1354 W. Wabansia Ave
Chicago, IL, 60642
http://www.hideoutchicago.com