Jenö DJ Jenö remains one of San Francisco’s most enduring & beloved DJs. Developing a passion for music from an early age, he spent several years as a punk musician before embracing DJing and falling into the vibrant London warehouse scene of the mid 80s. Once Acid House hit, Jenö never looked back, becoming known for his heady Whoosh parties and his involvement in the very early days of the notorious Tonka Sound System.

In search of a more psychedelic groove, Jenö headed to San Francisco in the early 90s. Thus, began the Wicked Crew & their now legendary free Full Moon parties. These wild outdoor gatherings along with a unique approach to dance music were both catalyst & blueprint for much of the emerging scene on the West Coast, bringing international attention to San Francisco & it’s key role in the burgeoning US dance music community.

In 1995, the Wicked Crew took things to the next level – importing a handmade prototype Turbosound system & hitting the road in a beautifully restored 1947 Grayhound bus. Along with their own merry band of pranksters they delivered their signature psychedelic sound with a rock’n’roll attitude, taking the U.S by storm, including some unforgettable stops at early Burning Man, & even a Jane’s Addiction concert. Despite Wicked pausing in 2004, Jenö helped keep the flame alive with his creative DIY approach to both DJing & collaboration. In 2011, Wicked got back together for several reunion parties, and continues to this day, focused mainly on releasing vinyl under the Wicked Records moniker.

Jeno’s long term commitment to music in many forms has translated into a diverse international following. He has DJed a colorful assortment of clubs & festivals across the globe, continues to DJ locally, while continuing to present music from a unique & experimental perspective via his long running radio broadcast – Noise from the Void – now in its 17th year broadcasting regularly to a worldwide audience.

Jenö DJ Jenö remains one of San Francisco’s most enduring & beloved DJs. Developing a passion for music from an early age, he spent several years as a punk musician before embracing DJing and falling into the vibrant London warehouse scene of the mid 80s. Once Acid House hit, Jenö never looked back, becoming known for his heady Whoosh parties and his involvement in the very early days of the notorious Tonka Sound System.

In search of a more psychedelic groove, Jenö headed to San Francisco in the early 90s. Thus, began the Wicked Crew & their now legendary free Full Moon parties. These wild outdoor gatherings along with a unique approach to dance music were both catalyst & blueprint for much of the emerging scene on the West Coast, bringing international attention to San Francisco & it’s key role in the burgeoning US dance music community.

In 1995, the Wicked Crew took things to the next level – importing a handmade prototype Turbosound system & hitting the road in a beautifully restored 1947 Grayhound bus. Along with their own merry band of pranksters they delivered their signature psychedelic sound with a rock’n’roll attitude, taking the U.S by storm, including some unforgettable stops at early Burning Man, & even a Jane’s Addiction concert. Despite Wicked pausing in 2004, Jenö helped keep the flame alive with his creative DIY approach to both DJing & collaboration. In 2011, Wicked got back together for several reunion parties, and continues to this day, focused mainly on releasing vinyl under the Wicked Records moniker.

Jeno’s long term commitment to music in many forms has translated into a diverse international following. He has DJed a colorful assortment of clubs & festivals across the globe, continues to DJ locally, while continuing to present music from a unique & experimental perspective via his long running radio broadcast – Noise from the Void – now in its 17th year broadcasting regularly to a worldwide audience.

Jenö DJ Jenö remains one of San Francisco’s most enduring & beloved DJs. Developing a passion for music from an early age, he spent several years as a punk musician before embracing DJing and falling into the vibrant London warehouse scene of the mid 80s. Once Acid House hit, Jenö never looked back, becoming known for his heady Whoosh parties and his involvement in the very early days of the notorious Tonka Sound System.

In search of a more psychedelic groove, Jenö headed to San Francisco in the early 90s. Thus, began the Wicked Crew & their now legendary free Full Moon parties. These wild outdoor gatherings along with a unique approach to dance music were both catalyst & blueprint for much of the emerging scene on the West Coast, bringing international attention to San Francisco & it’s key role in the burgeoning US dance music community.

In 1995, the Wicked Crew took things to the next level – importing a handmade prototype Turbosound system & hitting the road in a beautifully restored 1947 Grayhound bus. Along with their own merry band of pranksters they delivered their signature psychedelic sound with a rock’n’roll attitude, taking the U.S by storm, including some unforgettable stops at early Burning Man, & even a Jane’s Addiction concert. Despite Wicked pausing in 2004, Jenö helped keep the flame alive with his creative DIY approach to both DJing & collaboration. In 2011, Wicked got back together for several reunion parties, and continues to this day, focused mainly on releasing vinyl under the Wicked Records moniker.

Jeno’s long term commitment to music in many forms has translated into a diverse international following. He has DJed a colorful assortment of clubs & festivals across the globe, continues to DJ locally, while continuing to present music from a unique & experimental perspective via his long running radio broadcast – Noise from the Void – now in its 17th year broadcasting regularly to a worldwide audience.