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  • 540 Howard St
  • San Francisco, CA, 94105
  • United States

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The future has arrived in San Francisco. Its home—Temple Nightclub's Future Factory; a weekly event that showcases cutting edge artists at one of the world's most innovative clubs.

Complete with two futuristic-looking rooms, an unrivaled Void sound system, and state-of-the-art lights and visuals, #TheNewTemple is transforming the Bay Area nightlife experience.

While the other-worldly redesign of the new Temple is enough to leave partygoers in awe, the talent roster of the flagship Future Factory event is equally impressive. From Deep House to NuDisco, Future House and Techno, Temple continues to bring internationally renowned artists week after week. 

About Yolanda be Cool

Yolanda Be Cool is an Australian electronic dance music duo who scored an international chart-topping hit with the house smash "We No Speak Americano" in 2010. 

Comprised of Sylvester Martinez and Johnson Peterson, the duo hails from Sydney, Australia, and is affiliated with producer DCUP (born Duncan MacLennan). Yolanda Be Cool made their commercial recording debut with the Afro Nuts EP on the Australian independent label Sweat It Out in 2009. The following year they teamed up with DCUP on the house track "We No Speak Americano," which notably samples the 1956 song "Tu Vuò Fà l'Americano" by legendary Italian singer/songwriter Renato Carosone. Initially released on Sweat It Out and later licensed for release by numerous other labels, "We No Speak Americano" was an international smash hit in summer 2010, topping the charts in over a dozen countries, including most of Europe.

Their releases on Steve Aoki's Dim Mak label have seen them regularly touring stateside to a growing fan base and with a number of releases set for the coming months, their platinum flying status looks set to remain while their pivotal role in seminal Aussie label Sweat It Out has seen them maintain their legendary status in their home country.