Enter Dulce Vita (pronounced dol-cie/vee-tah), a refreshing addition to the plethora of electronica disc jockies emerging from San Francisco. Spinning in the international capital of underground events, how does DV stand out? Here, true individuality happens as a result of a musical risk. She provides an energetically urban soundscape of breakbeat, infused with audible hints of intelligent glitch, big beat, chunky electro, tech funk, filtered disco, and her signature brand of aggressive intent when inside the mix.
Since her debut performance at Google, Inc. headquarters, you might have already experienced her audio collage of eclectic tracks at underground warehouse venues or major nightclubs such as Ruby Skye, The End-Up, Supperclub, 1015, Mighty, Mezzanine, Temple, Kelly's Mission Rock, Whisper, Loft 11, Sub-Lounge, StudioZ, or Shine. Dulce is regularly featured in event recommendations on www.Nitevibe.com, spinning nearly 52 events in 2006, and has already been booked to play "alongside greats such as": Stanton Warriors, Uberzone, Freq Nasty, Aquasky, Lee Coombs, Meat Katie, Dylan Rhymes, Ali B, Fort Knox Five, Jen Lasher, Bassnectar, The Rogue Element, Kid Blue, Hyper, Orbital, Rabbit in the Moon, DJ Dan, Gabriel & Dresden, Coburn, Steve Lawler, Scumfrog, D:Fuse, Scarlett Etienne, Hatiras, Fixx, Syd Gris, Alain Octavo, Ellen Ferrato, Jondi and Spesh, Icon, Smoove, Dutch, Forest Green, and Ozomatli.
DV has held numerous prior residencies and today is officially affiliated with 'Opulent Temple' (the mainstage sound camp at Burning Man: www.opulenttemple.org) and its sub-crew, DOSE. Recently, her DJ sets were featured within an article for DJ Mag about Opulent Temple. She has also provided A&R representation at Winter Music Conference for two uprising labels, Mizumo Music (www.mizumomusic.com, filtered/electro house) and Funky Cactus Recordings (www.funkycactus.com, big beat and nu skool breaks). She has enjoyed past sponsorship by friends at local urban clothing companies, 'LiveLife Culture' and 'Discharge Clothing'.