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On October 31st, 2021, DOOMSDAY SF honored Daniel Dumile, an artist known by many names but maybe best known as MF DOOM, in classic Bay Area spirit.
DOOMSDAY SF invited 34 entirely Bay Area visual artists to produce unique DOOM-inspired artworks, co-organized by Ryen Motzek (proprietor Atlas Skateboarding / The City Station), Alán González (Senior Designer, Thrasher), and Jason Jägel (artist). These paintings were for sale to the public at the City Station, an open area on the intersection of 18th and Valencia Streets, during an outdoor market. 50% of the proceeds from the sale of artworks were contributed directly to MF DOOM’s estate.
For the occasion, the City Station was remodeled. Three sides of the lot were occupied with Jägel-DOOM art. A 15-foot tall “DOOMSDAY SF” mural was hand-painted on the south wall (also available on orange-colored t-shirts during the event). The garage to the east was turned into a full-color DOOM head (painted by Jägel in one day with just rollers and no brushes). A painted wood panel with the required DOOM figure and “DOOMS DAY” was placed to the front of the DJ table on the north side (interwoven, blunted SF). Artist booths lined one half of the room, displaying prints, apparel, cassette mixes, pottery, and DOOM light fixtures, among other things. Original paintings and sketches, stained glass, a “Fancy Clown” mirror, bespoke DOOM jerseys, and more were displayed on a plywood wall.
The event’s music brilliantly captured the breadth and depth of DOOM’s varied career. The audience was treated to almost 5-hours of inspirational music and innovative interpretations thanks to selected performances by some of the Bay Area’s best. DJ Abby Imperial kicked things off with a healthy DOOM collage laced with Bay and Madlib flourishes. Jerry Nice then followed up with a unique mix of rhythms, features, and unknown sample sources. Cutso did what he does best, flawlessly chopping together layers of tunes to help build Supervillain anthems, while KingMost rounded out the DJ lineup with subtle re-edits and chosen cuts from his vast archive. Stanley Ipkuss took the house down with live KMD and DOOM remixes (through his SP-404) that pumped up the full-capacity audience from beginning to end.
Every artist and musician was and continues to be a huge DOOM fan, which was a must for participation. Jeremy Fish, a local icon, soon sold out of his t-shirt suitcase. Iris Skateboards’ George Rocha auctioned off a DOOM mask made from discarded skateboards. Iris Skateboards’ website was swamped and collapsed after MF DOOM’s Instagram publicized the sale. Iris will be offering the mask through Gas Drawls in the near future. WRN FRSH, Joe Roberts (LSD Worldpeace), Jeremy Fish, George Rocha, Emily Fromm, SunNight Editions (featuring Lenworth McIntosh, Soleil Summer, Dennis Brown, Penelope Anstruther & Drew Grasso, Ryan Whelan, Liz Hernandez, Muzae Sesay, Jason Jägel), Ellie Andrews, JP McNicholas, Rico Duenas, Lil’ Zen, El n.
There was an admittance queue that extended down Valencia Street, around the corner, and down 19th Street one hour into the event. Inside, there were throngs of people looking for items. The spirits were high, there was plenty of water, and the Seor Sisig food truck kept everyone fed. The raw beauty of well-crafted DOOM soundtracks, maybe most importantly, was what brought everyone together. It was acknowledged that Bay Area energy was in full swing: a soulful and creative crowd had assembled in unison to see MF DOOM’s unfuckwithable talent.
-Jason Jägel’s words
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