Wed, 4 Mar 2015
Relentless Beatz brings house, tech-house, and techno to the Westside @ Area 33 with
THE GOLD LINE
http://goldline.eventbrite.com - LIMITED PRESALE TIX AVAILABLE NOW!
Area 33 is LA's premiere underground warehouse venue, featuring real bathrooms, a massive 18,000 watt sound system, full lighting installations, dual-level smoking patio, a lounge area with beds and plush couches immediately off the dancefloor, in-house massage therapists, and tons of ever-changing creative art and interactive installations curated by the team at Area 33.
The Gold Line is all about love for the music, putting on great parties, and creating friendly, stimulating atmospheres for people who love techno, tech-house, house, electro, and everything in between.
featuring music by : :
DRUMCELL + AUDIO INJECTION (Droid Behavior)
RED SONYA (Lady Lush)
with resident DJs ::
- Monstrous Spectr sound system (4 dual 18s & 4 dual 15s)
- VJ and Visual Effects by Moda Graphik
- dual level smoking patio with HOOKAH LOUNGE
- plus all of the fun, interactive, creative, and the craziness you expect from Area33
GOLD LINE PASSWORD: goldmember
*****Important! You MUST say this password at the door to gain entry!*****
ABOUT THE TALENT : :
Drumcell is the founder of Droid Recordings and co-founder of Droid Behavior along with the Vargas brothers of techno duo Acid Circus. Since the mid Nineties Drumcell has been a firm believer in the power of techno and over the past decade become one of Southern California’s greatest champions.
As a graduate of the Musician’s Institute, a veteran performer at parties, and longtime recording engineer Drumcell harnesses a strong musical background with a gifted sense of technological intuition. The delicate balance keeps him pushing the limits of his gear continually as a way to develop his artistic express. Forming the Droid Behavior collective with Acid Circus earlier this decade was another other major step in this ongoing development. In turn, the collective has helped expose other local artists as well as established DJs to the growing legion of techno fans in the Los Angeles basin. In the past five years, he’s played alongside nearly every major DJ in the genre via the trio’s signature Interface parties. This year he also did a mini-tour of the US which culminated in him playing the main stage at the prestigious Movement festival in Detroit.
Drumcell's constant push into the bleeding edges of music technology has earned him the title of product specialist for Native Instruments. He is out there pushing the limits of what current technology has to offer- developing homebrew software as well as cutting edge hardware solutions to bring a fresh, innovative taste to his production and performances. Innovations that blur the lines between live performance and a traditional DJ set up creating “a thick blend of acidic techno and aggressive but funky minimalist groove”. Drumcell is one of the few artists exploiting the full power of software like Traktor and Ableton run through state-of-the-art Allen & Heath mixer technology. In conjunction, the trinity is used to create a hybrid of flexibility and fidelity for the ultimate in electronic music performance. Drumcell uses this platform to highlight his own needles-in-the-red brand of aggressive, discordant techno. In fact, this summer’s Droid Recordings release “Cell Injection”, with longtime production partner Audio Injection, crystallized this amped up testosterone booster meets Quaalude jack and funk perfectly. In turn, the release captured the attention of many of the world’s top techno jocks in the process – including Speedy J and Richie Hawtin. It’s a sound born of musical menace and the kinds of wickedness that only the poisoned airs of LA can conjure.
Recently, Drumcell has also had a string of additional successes including remixes of techno legend Chris Leibing on Leibing’s own CLR label as well as the seventh anniversary of the now legendary Interface parties These gatherings have brought the best of the old school warehouse vibe together with intense new school multimedia presentations that defy explanation. He is currently developing a audio/visual performance to be unveiled by the end of this year in hopes of elevating his performances at these events to the next level. Drumcell will definitely be one artist worth watching in 2010
ABOUT AUDIO INJECTION::
Since being introduced to electronic music back in the early 90’s, Audio Injection has been hooked. At the early age of 15 he started Djing and playing out at local underground events and raves around the Southern California area. You would find him spinning various styles from house, acid, & techno to hardcore techno.
After years of Djing he then decided to learn to produce his own music, which landed him releases on techno labels such as Monoid, Stimulus, & local label Droid Recordings. Since being associated with local event production group Droid Behavior in 2003, you can find him as a resident at the infamous Interface warehouse events as well as a regular producer for Droid Recordings along with Drumcell (Co-Founder of Droid Behavior).
With releases & remixes on labels such as Droid, 4 Track, Circle Music (Germany) , Tora Tora Tora, and many more to come, Audio Injection continues to shape his own sound and collaborate with Drumcell to release more mind-bending techno with a funky twist, putting Los Angeles & Droid Recordings on the techno map.
ABOUT RED SONYA::
Sonya Lynn, also known as DJ Red Sonya, discovered her passion for electronic music immediately after her move to southern California in 2000. House Music was her first choice of beats, yet after a decade of collecting music her collection has grown to include downtempo, trip hop, funk, soul, drum and bass, and minimal techno. Sonya has performed at many festivals, underground events, lounges, restaurants, bars and nightclubs in Southern California and abroad, and has held several successful DJ residencies over the last 9 years.
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