Soul Work presents Lunar Plane
(2DIY4, Still vor Talent, Solee et. al.)
July 31, 2021 Saturday
200 person capacity.
Hello, Soul Work friends and family!!!
It's been sixteen months since we've hosted our last event and we are eager and excited to bring back that Sexy Soultry House Techno vibe all summer long. Considering the year we've all had we're not ready to go inside so, we'll keep it outdoors, under the sun, moon, and sky. And you're invited to join us.
This year, we've got two new locations to share with you, both outdoors. We're excited to be at the San Diego Sculptors Guild in the Village Art Center in Balboa Park and the new Hilton Hotel in Point Loma called Monsaraz. We're scheduled to throw amazing parties through October and you're not going to want to miss any of the artists we have booked for the summer.
As usual, we will bring new amazing artists from around the globe as well as some familiar favorites who know how to keep the vibe, and you, on the dance floor. And, we're excited to bring a new stage design to keep the aesthetics you would expect from Soul Work.
Lunar Plane will be supported by new San Diego artist Constantine (performing live), Kim Chi (LA) and Soul Work residents Bass Exotic, Eddy Ali, and Tarsis Humphreys
Please follow our Soul Work Facebook and IG @Soulworkus page to keep up with up-to-date info and events. And, remember Soul Work is about community, vibe, and amazing electronic music. We want to build amazing memories with you. Please remember we are in this crazy life together and remember to love and take care of one another. Choose love, peace, and dancing. See you on the dance floor.
Love, Soul Work
We're excited to start the summer season with our friends Lunar Plane (Istanbul, Turkey). Here is a little info about them:
Lunar Plane Bio
Lunar Plane was founded by identical twin brothers, Emre & Mert Altinok. They discovered their passion for producing music while developing an electronic music streaming platform in 2014. Born in Istanbul, the brothers were on the national swimming team and attended Yale University where they studied biomedical engineering and economics.
After signing a downtempo EP with Solomun’s label 2DIY4, Lunar Plane became the focus of the Altinok brothers. Fueled by their strong academic background and passion for music, the twins experimented with melodic techno, progressive house and electronica. As they discovered their unique style, the brothers produced a signature sound of emotional ethnic melodies accompanied by strong driving bass lines, organic groovy drums, and deep ritualistic vocals.