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Sean Murray was born and bred on the San Francisco house Movement of the early 90’s. Through his experiences at Seminal early Bay area events like The Wicked full moons and the Gathering, Sean developed a love for the House sound and an appreciation for those who expressed themselves through Music.
While Legendary, influential talents like Jeno, John Howard, and Mark Farina paved the way, Sean honed his skills, and his resume, with residencies in some of San Francisco’s most respected venues and events like Sf’s Sound Factory, Static, 111 Minna 1015 Folsom, and the Sunset outdoor events, campouts, and boat parties.
In addition to his regular nights, Sean has logged an impressive list of appearances having played alongside some of the worlds most talented artists including: Doc Martin, Ritchie Hawtin, John Tejada, Lance DeSardi, Miguel Migs, The Dirty Bird Crew, Sven Vath, Alex Smoke, and Fred Everything to name a few
Through his strong dedication to the music and flair for detail, over the years Sean was able to develop close ties with some of the Bay Area’s most influential players. In 1995 Sean purchased what would become the “Renegade sound system”, and working with close friends Galen, Solar, and J-Bird, began doing sound and playing music at the Infamous SF Sunset Parties. These events have defined the San Francisco sound for over 20 years.
In 2004 Sean relocated to Reno Nevada after teaming up with a couple aspiring local house heads established “Reno House Musique”, During its time, their monthly event “Hustle” had set the bar continually higher with a string of top named guests including, Rick Preston, Justin Martin, and many more. Since moving back home to San Francisco after almost a decade in Nevada he has found even more success, a whole new base of Dedicated fans, and residency at SF’s best weekly club night “Housepitality”
Look for Sean to make appearances this spring and summer everywhere! Also keep an eye out for his new music production work under the name “Random Pattern”