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Son of Son heating things up with his Spring Mix!

Wally Scott, aka, Son of Son is one of our bad-a%% resident DJ’s , a talented percussionist and a dear friend. We are so lucky to have him grace our

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Gorgeous Global Grooves by our resident DJ Diaztek!

Each month, our resident DJ Diaztek spins people into a lovely frenzy on the dance floor. We are so humbled and excited to work with this amazing brother! As a treat

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SKIN Presents “Movements & Migrations” Saturday March 29th at Parliament in Downtown Oakland

SKIN Presents: “Movements & Migrations” In the western region of Africa, there is a dance that Malinke women share called Moribayasa. Literally translated as, “jumble”, Moribayasa is essentially done to

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DJ Cecil visits Margarita Azucar & Radio Valencia : Special SKIN Edition

Greetings Family! DJ Cecil recently had the honor to do a guest DJ set with the lovely Margarita Azucar of Radio Valencia! Ready for a magnificent sonic trip? Look no

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SKIN FEB 8th

In the country of Mali there is a popular phrase, “Anke djé, anke bé”, which means “everyone gather together in peace”. In the Bambara language, “djé” is the verb for

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SKIN JAN 11th

Every Tuesday at the Osher Integrative Medicine Center in SF, cancer patients gather for a weekly dance class. Through movement, expression, imagery and creativity they become conduits for their own

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SKIN DEC 14th

In our tender time here on planet earth, we learn that giving birth to our dreams requires a bit of risk, a bit of sacrifice and whole lot of love.

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“New monthly dance party celebrates global sounds that have roots in African music” Feature by East Bay Express

“There’s a new monthly party in town, one that aims to be not just a party, but an experience…”

Sending love to Erik Arnold & Oakland Local for the support! ” There’s a new monthly party in town, one that aims to be not just a party, but an

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SKIN NOV 9TH

Music is found in every known culture, past and present. From the most isolated tribal groups to humans living on the forefront of technology creating syncopated rhythms on their cellphones,

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