Delachaux is San Francisco's sonic blastronaut par excellence. As an early pioneer of the electro-lounge movement, he became a cherished after-party DJ for some of San Francisco's earliest neo-burlesque events, including Dark Kabaret (2001), and SF’s Famous Burlesque Revue (2002-2003). Later residencies included SF’s infamous Kinky Salon (2004-2005), Amnesia (2005), Anon Salon (2006-2007), Louche (2008), and openning up for Nouvelle Vague in 2009. Spearheading Dirty Bright Recordings. Delachaux has released numerous EPs under the collaborative entity 'Brocko-Delachaux'; 'Wild Gold' (2009), 'Galactonic' (2010), and 'Paris Reload' (2011) along with multiple videos under his 'tikicop' moniker. Over the years Delachaux’s intoxicating style of pouring vintage samples and exotic orchestrations over a barrage of saucy beats has fused a wild carousel of voluptuous voodoo and body-quaking bass that reflect both the dialated discos and carbonated cabarets of Barbary Coast nightlife and have made him one of the west coast underground's most seminal DJ/producers. You can find him cranking up victrolas at such beloved banquets as Sham, Retro-Electro, Hubba Hubba, Baxtalo Drom, Black Kat Kabaret, and the Bohemian Carnival.