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The Gardening Club 25 Years mix by Dj Darkhorse

The Gardening Club 25 Years mix by Dj Darkhorse

Playing tracks by

Anitek, DF Tram, Coldcut, The Grid, Reload and more.

Chart positions

This show was 12th in the global eclectic chart, 32nd in the global downtempo chart, 38th in the global ambient chart and 51st in the global chillout chart.

The Gardening Club - San Francisco

TGC is 25 years old. It was started by Charles Uzzell Edwards and Darkhorse. It was the first chill out club in SF, was $2 to get in, with free Organic food from New Moon Cafe. Not based on dancing and loud music, but more hanging in a friends living room, listening to tunes. It was a place to relax after a long weekend on a Monday night, set in a jungle environment, with waterfalls, a retractable roof to see the stars, sitting, drinking cocktails in the Doobie Brothers old DC jet liner that had been made to look like it's crashed, in downtown San Francisco. The venue is not around anymore. Guest DJ’s were asked play music they would play to friends while chilling at home on a Sunday morning. Guests included, Derrick Carter, Robbie Hardkiss, Eddie Richards, DB, Patrick Pulsinger, Dr Motte, Thomas, Markie, Mark Farina and many more. Music ranged from Ambient to Disco. Here is a new DJ mix of some of my fav songs you would have heard at the club.


David Naisuler

I loved that place, so worth a commemorative mix!

Charles Uzzell Edwards

this was recorded at The Gardening Club, 1994

'The music originated instinctively whilst being played live.
There was no concept for the composition before, only a kaleidoscope of sounds stemming from the given instruments.

The music of this CD is "dedicated" to the missing 220V power supply, the broken EMS synthi which I dropped during the setting-up of my equipment, the SE-1 which instantly created its own sounds during the live recording and the Studio 440 with 2 faulty pads and a disk drive which had to be convinced to cooperate.


Recorded and composed live at Kings Street Garage, (back of Townsend), San Francisco on March 27th, 1994 from 1.30 am to 2.20 am. '