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Nocturnal code with Spettro (Mexico | Elevate)

  • F8 1192 Folsom Street San Francisco, CA, 94103 United States (map)

NOCTURNAL code is about the music and the people which together create a special underground vibe. We want the music to move us, make us dance, takes us away, and let us be free. It's something special, it's authentic, and it's all love! See you on the dance floor!

Discounted Pre-Sale Tix:


Few artists can straddle the fine line between house and
techno and still stay true to form. “I definitely have a split
personality,” says Spettro of his obsessive dedication to
both genres. His roots come from the golden era of house,
1994-1996, but for the latter half of his 20-year career he has
steadily worked on producing a proper techno sound. Enter
2017, Spettro released his first techno EP on Pig & Dan’s
critically acclaimed ELEVATE imprint, gaining support from
big techno artists such as Alan Fitzpatrick and Arjun Vagale.
This relatively new love affair doesn’t warrant ditching the
old faithful, however. As a DJ, Spettro continues to take listeners
on a journey through dub, disco-tinged house, deep
house, deep tech, and of course, all shades of techno. And
as a producer, all his tracks have one thing in common —
Even though he experienced success early on in his career
— 2002-2005, with releases on some of the biggest house
labels of that era (Tango, Big Chief, Double Down, Brique
Rouge, Simple Soul, and Amenti) — Spettro feels he’s just
now stepping into his own as a producer and well-rounded
DJ. Like a fine brandy that took years to mature, his
new techno sound has taken years to develop, and all the
while, he’s been constantly refining his bread-and-butter
house sound. But being a late bloomer brings some of the
sweetest fruit to bear, and in 2015, he released the hit house
single “Get Tropical” on prominent Get Physical Music, with
support from Sandy Rivera and almost every house DJ on
the planet. Then, in early 2018, he released a super dubbed
out house EP on world-renowned Little Helpers with Angelo
V., which rapidly gained global exposure by legendary
DJs such as Jay Tripwire, Doc Martin, Marques Wyatt, and
Pezzner. Other notable achievements include remixes for
iconic British labels Crosstown Rebels and Bedrock (as Extended
In an industry where a trademark sound makes artists easy
to label and market, Spettro produces music that reflects
the music he plays as a DJ. Spettro means “prizm of light”
in Italian, and there is no mystery why he chose this name
— his sound truly encompasses the full spectrum of house
and techno.

Resident DJs:



Featuring an ADMIT ONE RECORDS takeover in the backroom with special guest Lt. Daaan (Laser Native) :

LT. DAAAN (Laser Native)

WILLAA (Admit One Records)

MIKE KERRIGAN (Admit One Records)

LATE EIGHTIES (Admit One Records)

N808 (Admit One Records)


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