From the biggest progressive house stars to the most underground ambient electro artists, most any electronic genre can be found flitting through San Francisco's diverse music scene each and every weekend. Public Works, one of the city's more recent venues, aims to bring the latter, more minimal sound to the forefront of the scene. Their parties range from techno legend Umek to Jackhammer Disco with James Murphy and all the nooks in between.
Add to this list a new event that takes over the intimate loft space, cloaking it in deep house and revelry. Known as ISIS, the show is an inclusive space for all those to come and bask in the underground sound. This Saturday the party will play host to none other than Kim Ann Foxman, a noteworthy name in the scene who will be sure to keep the crowd satisfied with heavy beats. As ISIS says, "Gather at my throne and then tear it down to build a discotheque in my likeness. I am Isis. You are Isis. We are Isis."