The Cooking Show 2.0
The Entraga Incident
For the post Thanksgiving festivities we thought it might be best to do something that…. wait, what post Thanksgiving festivities? Oh, so you mean this show doesn’t really correspond with anything and we’re essentially just putting out an awesome show that stands on it’s merits? Yes. That’s what we did.
We thought it might be cool to interview someone with both musical and edible ties. Meet Anthony Alfano aka DJ Q-Funk of the San Francisco progressive house DJ collaborative, Entraga. These cats are blowing up the San Francisco party scene. Anthony is also a caterer so he’s pretty much parting at all times. He’s like a walking, talking Studio 54, only with half the Warhol sightings.
We also had some wicked tunes too.
We have some Stars for you. Nice!
These Arms are Snakes are like way into Medusa. And Satan. Rad.
Crayon Fields has the best name since Kreayshawn.
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