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*COMING UP* 1/9/2022, OMAKASE 325 1/16/2022, OMAKASE 326 1/21/2022, OMAKASE on @internetpublicradio 1/22/2022, SEND>>RETURN livestream 1/23/2022, OMAKASE 327 1/30/2022, OMAKASE 328 Gold Code aka Raf Zevallos-Crowe, is a dj/producer based in Orange County, California. A lifelong music lover, collector and veteran dj, Raf's eclectic sets run the gamut of dance music with a base in house and techno. Growing up in 1980s Los Angeles, he was initially inspired by radio mixshows and djs such as: Doc Martin, Rob One, Michael "Mixxin" Moore, and 1580 KDAY Mixmasters. Moving to San Francisco in 1992, he immersed himself in its underground scene. Attending parties lead to working them and eventually to djing. He played his first warehouse in 1996 and spent the next 10 years djing and producing some of San Francisco’s most infamous parties and club nights. "Gold Code" was initially founded as a music blog in 2007. The site showcased past, present, and future classics and as well as his personal edits and dj mixes. In 2009, he focused his efforts on music production and a live show. He adopting "Gold Code" as his moniker and debuted a well-received live set at the celebrated “As You Like It” parties. Remixes soon followed for Nude Photo Music and SubSensory labels culminating with his debut release, "The Day After" with remixes by Audioelectronic, Basskittens, Chris Fierenze, and Jonah Sharp. 2015 brought a move back to Southern California and a radio show, OMAKASE. Currently airing every Sunday from 6-8 pm [Pacific] on 88.9, KUCI Irvine, and streaming online at www.kuci.org, OMAKASE showcases the art of mixing past, present, and future classics.