MONONEON (Ghost-Note) - DARU JONES (Jack White, Pete Rock) - DJ LOGIC (Worship My Organ) - BORAHM LEE (Pretty Lights, Break Science) +MIKE OLMOS (New Mastersounds) & DJ K-OS (Digital Underground)


Sat Jun 1


9:30 PM




** mbrs of ** Prince, Ghost-Note, Talib Kwelli, Jack White, Pretty Lights, Pete Rock, Break Science & MMW




    • When: Saturday, June 1st 2019 9:00 PM til 3:00AM
    • Door Time: 8:00 PM
    • Show Type: Funk / Hip Hop Soul/mbrs of Prince, Ghost-Note, Talib Kwelli, Jack White, Pretty Lights
    • Restrictions: 21 & over

All-Star Super Group …




MONONEON  (Ghost-Note, Prince)
DARU JONES  (Jack White, Pete Rock, DMD the Vibes)
(Worship My Organ, MMW)
(Pretty Lights, Break Science)

plus Special Guests:
(New Mastersounds)


and opening star DJ act:
(of Digital Underground)



(Bassist/Prince, Ghost-Note)
Dywane Thomas, Jr.  also known as MonoNeon, is an American bassist and experimental musician. He is known for his presence on YouTube playing bass guitar and known for being one of the last people to work with Prince. Thomas also played with Grammy Award-winning R&B artist, Ne-Yo, on his fourth studio album. He is a native of Memphis, Tennessee.

While Thomas is right-handed, he plays left-handed upside down on a right-handed bass guitar, which allows him to use heavy string bending on the upper strings. Thomas’ slapping style/technique is unique because he is executing everything upside-down, but he still uses the thumb for slaps and fingers for pops. He also uses fingers and palm muting to create a warm, muffled timbre and have a little more control over the length of notes. In a free/improvisational setting, listeners may hear the use of Indian melodic inflections/embellishments in his playing, including the use of gamakas. Another attribute in Thomas’ playing style is the use of randomness and personal mistakes in performance, eventually moving the mistakes from meaningless to meaningful. Thomas’ overall playing style on bass can be described as “funky with unusual characteristics”. Even musicians like Marcus Miller have noticed his playing style. His musical background is heavily influenced by southern soul, blues and funk. In a Bass Player magazine interview, Miller mentioned Thomas as one of several “young bad cats” he has met on the scene.


(Drummer/Producer, Jack White, Pete Rock, DMD the vibes)
Daru Jones is one of the most respected drummers of his generation. Born to two professional musicians, he began playing the drums at the age of four. Though he got his start in the church, Jones has been influenced by musicians from a wide range of genres. These eclectic musical tastes have carried over into his own career as he has recorded, performed, and toured with renowned artists and producers such as: Jack WhiteSlum VillageTalib KweliBlack MilkDwight YoakamJamie LidellPete RockSalaam Remi, Gloria GaynorKim BurrellRance AllenBlack Violin, Ski Beatz & The Sensei’s, Lorenzo Jovanotti and Jon B (partial list). Alongside these artists, Jones has graced the stages of some of the most revered events in the music industry, including: One Mic: Hip-Hop Culture Worldwide! A 20th anniversary celebration of Nas debut album Illmatic, the 2013 Grammy AwardsAustin City LimitsRock The Bells Festival, and the Montreux Jazz Festival. Receiving rave reviews from: Rolling Stone Magazine, LA Weekly,and USA Today (partial list), he has also appeared on several national and international television programs: The David Letterman ShowJools Holland (UK)The Colbert ReportSaturday Night Live, and MTV.Jones has been the “go-to-drummer” in the hip hop game for over a decade. He has shared the stage with legends and emerging stars alike, including: Black MoonSmif N WessunQ-TipMos DefRaekwonCurren$yPharoahe MonchJean GraeBlack SheepDigable PlanetsCamp_LoSmoke DzaTheophulis London and Large Professor.


DJ LOGIC [The Original LOGIC]
(DJ of MMW & Project Logic, Worship My Organ)

The theorem of turntablist as musician has been long proven in the capable hands of DJ Logic, whom with jazz as his foundation has become a wax innovator by crossing genres and mixing his sound across the map. As one of the world’s most accomplished turntablists, DJ Logic is widely credited for introducing jazz into the hip–hop realms and is considered by most as a highly-respected session musician and an innovative bandleader.
Since his emergence in the early nineties amidst the Bronx hip-hop scene, the New York City based deejay has been amassing a veritable mountain of collaborations, including a full-fledged band with members of Blues Traveler (The John Popper Project ft. DJ Logic), a trio with Steve Molitz & Freekbass (Headtronics), a jazz project with Georgian prodigy Beka Gochiasvili, and as a member of Grammy-winning Arturo O’Farrill &amp F; The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra’s The Offense of the Drum album. He also has a long list of other collaborations with artists ranging from the likes of Bob Weir, John Mayer, Medeski Martin and Wood, Christian McBride, O.A.R., Carly Simon, Marcus Miller, Jack Johnson, Vernon Reid, Warren Haynes, Charlie Hunter, Jack DeJohnette, Ben Harper, Mos Def, The Roots, Bernie Worrell, Bill Laswell, Melvin Gibbs, Fred Wesley, Sean Kuti and many more.
DJ Logic and his role as an electronic-music ambassador keeps him at the top of his game. Whether the scratch artist instructs tablas to flirt with drum ‘n’ bass (such as on his Nina Simone and Billy Holiday remixes found on Sony Legacy’s Remixed and Reimagined volumes), meshes free styling MC’s with Afro-Cuban rhythms (such as on ‘Share Worldwide Funk’ – a remix produced for Jack DeJohnette and Golden Beams Collected, Volume 1), or remixes tracks for rock bands such as Moon Taxi, DJ Logic can always be found paying homage to his predecessors while contributing his vision to the deejay genre.
While the context of his work may vary, DJ Logic’s spinning skills are definitely beyond reproach. He works with a phenomenal roster of invited guests, and he knows how to pick his collaborators as well as his samples. With a growing catalogue of recordings under his belt, DJ Logic’s supreme musicianship and eclectic tastes will allow him to journey wherever an infectious groove may take him.


(Keys & FX – Pretty Lights, Break Science)

Borahm Lee makes up one-half of the electronic duo Break Science. His chops as a keyboard player are undeniable, but he flexes his skills way beyond the keys. His live-sampling trip-hop-meets-dub fuses with musical partner Adam Deitch’s breakbeat-style drumming — and the crowd goes wild. The pair met when Deitch was collaborating with Wyclef Jean, and Lee was working with Lauryn Hill. Before starting his own band, Lee played keys with superstars like Kanye West, Lauryn Hill and Matisyahu. He is currently the keyboard player in Pretty Lights and does his own solo DJ sets that showcase the new music that he’s made along with tunes that have been inspiring him lately.


(Trumpet/FX – New Mastersounds)

Mike Olmos has become one the most in demand jazz musicians since his arrival to the San Francisco Bay Area. A versatile trumpet player, Mike has been performing with various bands such as Atta Kid, Tommy Igoe Groove Conspiracy, Adam Shulman, the Marcus Shelby Jazz Orchestra, Lavay Smith and her Red Hot Skillet Lickers, James Mahone, Pete Escovedo, Rebeca Mauleón, Spanish Harlem Orchestra, Wil Blades, Eddie Roberts, The New Mastesounds, Dumpstaphunk, Ben Misterka and Collectivity, Jubu and Legally Blynd, The Fil Lorenz Jazz Orchestra, John Calloway, Jesus Diaz y su QBA and Josh Jones.

Mr. Olmos can be seen performing at such Bay Area venues as: The SFJAZZ Center, Cafe Stritch, Brick and Mortar, The Independent, The Boom Boom Room, Yoshi’s Oakland, The Black Cat, Club Deluxe, The Royal Cuckoo, Sweetwater in Mill Valley, Slim’s, Madrone Art Bar, Amnesia, The Great American Music Hall, Jupiter, The Warfield, The Fillmore, The Regency Ballroom, The Jazzschool in Berkeley, etc.

Festivals Performed:

San Francisco Jazz Festival
Monterey Jazz Festival
Fuji Rock Festival
Playboy Jazz Festival
Oakland Art and Soul Festival
Montreal Jazz Festival
Stern Grove Festival
Summerstage NYC
New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival
Playboy Jazz Festival
San Jose Jazz Festival
San Francisco Blues Festival
Monterey Blues Festival
Downtown Berkeley Festival
Healdsburg Jazz Festival
Blues and Brews Festival (Telluride, Co)
Carnival SF