A familiar force in contemporary dance music, Homero Espinosa has emerged as one of the preeminent purveyors of the modern West Coast House Sound. His distinctive production approach has kept this Northern California native in the Top 20 Traxsource Deep House Artists tracks consecutively over the last half-decade.
Espinosa appears to be unstoppable, equipped with a mission objective to make you Boogie Till You Drop. He evangelizes the beat as he magically transforms dance floors of locomotion into comatose cosmic discos. Still, it wasn’t all double-o-disco for this panhandle prince, who learned from the Bay Area’s best before he unleashed his stone-cold grooves upon the world.
Over the last two decades, he has developed a unique musical perspective that blends jazz, soul, and hip-hop elements to melodically produce a sound as contemporary as it is timelessly classic. Along the way, he gained the valuable support of house music thought leaders such as Mark Farina, DJ Heather, and Miguel Migs, with Farina featuring his tracks on his Fabric and Ministry of Sound DJ mixes. At the same time, Migs recently tapped Espinosa for an EP on his Salted Music imprint.
Located inside the world-renown Moulton Media complex in downtown San Francisco—home to Miguel Migs, Claude Von Stroke, Chris Lum, and many others—Espinosa runs Moulton Music, a venerable West Coast brand where he hosts his Yerba Buena Discos team alongside an all-star cast of the Bay Area’s finest and beyond.
Armed with an ever-growing discography of accolades, 2023 sees Espinosa releasing new productions with Mark Farina, DJ Heather, David Harness, and Doc Martin as he prepares for his debut full-length LP, slated to be released in early 2024.
From his weekly residencies and his quarterly label events to national showcases and beyond, Homero Espinosa’s ever-expanding tour schedule will see this valiant stalwart rise through the ranks—as he rises to the occasion—passing through many of the revered international venues of the world as he makes you Boogie Till You Drop.
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