AN-TEN-AE, CHANGE THE BEAT, AND 103 HARRIET PRESENT
FRIDAY FEBUARY 4th IN THE TOWN OF SAN FRANCISCO
A SPECIAL SHOW FOR YOU at 103 HARRIET STREET.
103 Harriet presents...
Madlib with Robot Koch & Change the Beat
To purchase tickets go to http://1015.com/events/1015/2-11-11
"An Extremely Rare Madlib Medicine Show and DJ Set of Original Productions
Amassed Over Two decades of Global Digging."
If you don't know, Madlib is one of the most prolific and critically acclaimed hip hop producers of all time. He has collaborated with a myriad of hip hop artists, including Erykah Badu, The Alkaholics, Mos Def, De La Soul, Ghostface Killah, Talib Kweli, MF DOOM as Madvillain, and the late J DILLA as Jaylib. Madlib has described himself as a "DJ first, producer second, and MC last." His projects range from blunted out heady beats, to club rap, electronic influenced soul funk and reggae. He was asked to remix the Blue Note catalog and made one of the most classic remix albums of all time- Shades of Blue.
His monikers range from the bad boy Quasimoto, to the jazz stylings of Yesterday's New Quintet, to the classic LootPack albums, to Jackson Conti, and the illusive Beat Konductor. He is one of the most sought after producers in the world, period. His appearances are few and far between and this show is not to be missed.
(Live from Berlin)
Robot Koch is the genius bass producer behind heralded projects such as Jahcoozi and has release a slew of hard hitting hip hop singles. His bass-centric future music has been described as "raw, real, and out of this world." Hailing from Berlin, he has toured the world countless times devastating crowds, rocking dancefloors, and breaking speakers. Robots do not sleep.
Veteran west coast beatmaker Mr Dibiase has been busy. His breakthrough album on ALPHA PUP records, Machines Hate Me, has been getting countless plays by all the heavyhitting djs around the world. A fusion of blap, hip hop, and slumpy low end, his modern approach to beats pays both homage to producers such as Madlib and Dilla, but also looks forward into outer space, where this dude obviously kicks it. His productions run the gambit from 8 bit video game classics to seductive soul to raw grungy bangers this guy has no limitations no sample is safe.
(Fresh Analog Music Experience)
San Francisco STAND UP!
FAME is Teeko, Max Kane, Malaguti, Mugpush- legends of the San Francisco music community. They play an extremely live set- pushing boundaries with the use of prototype equipment, keyboards, turntables, mpcs and analog gear. Performing together they are the quintessential and ultimate live beat experience. Nobody does it better, period. Come watch them take the stage in this rare showcase of their musical talent.
Dj Matthew Africa is a goddamn don. Ask around. His mixes, blog, and dj sets explore while others merely imitate. He is the ultimate tastemaker, influencing djs around the world like Giles Peterson, The Rub, and just about every DJ worth mentioning. His blog is stuff of legend and his selection is as eclectic and delicious as it gets. He rarely plays shows of this magnitude, come get down.
A staple in the SF hip hop scene, King Most rocks the party like no other. His mixtapes range from real deal neck cracking beats and rhymes to club and producer tributes for the likes of Kanye West and the Neptunes. Part of a tight nit group and crew of some of the best dj's in town, he is a crowd favorite and a critics worst nightmare- excellent at what he does.In 2010 alone he's shared billings with Jazzy Jeff, De La Soul, J'Davey, Clinton Sparks, DJ Ayres of The Rub, and performed at the premier party for HBO's "Making It In America" and recently at L.A.'s "DO OVER" . More highlights include Biz Markie, Shepherd Fairey, Steve Aoki, DJ Spinna, DJ Spider, The Clipse, SA-RA Creative Partners ,DJ Eleven of The Rub, Exile & Day, Kon & Amir, Rich Medina, Trackademicks (Fools Gold), DJ Nu-Mark of Jurrasic 5, Mickey Faktz (Roc-A-Fella), Haul & Mason, Quantic, and Wax Poetics' Monk One.
The Ri$ky Bu$ine$$ crew knows how to party. Dj Ant-1 has been doing it, and doing it well for years. Known for his incredible mixing and selection, he gets the party started and keeps it at 10. in 1997 doing mobile DJ gigs with a local Bay Area mobile DJ crew as well as being a member of a Battle DJ crew called "Fundamental Skratch Funk", which past members also included Bay Area DJs Teeko, Max Kane, and Sir Tipp. He co-produced "Rooftop Rager" with Cee-Rock on P-funktheking's "Paid Time Off" Album. In 2007, along with The Wild n Krazy Kids Crew, he helped create the very popular DJ mix radio show podcast, "Krazy Kids Radio" and is a regular DJ and personality in the show. In 2008, Krazy Kids Radio won the Favorite Internet/Satellite Radio DJ award in the San Francisco Bay Guardian Readers Survey.
CHANGE THE BEAT
Change the Beat started the first Tuesday in January 2006 at the Madrone Lounge 500 Divisadero St with residents Citizen 10, Gaslamp Killer and Dj Centipede, AKA Mophono and it's brought new music to SF to years. Artists that have appeared and played at Change the Beat include Slum Village, MC K-os, Phat Kat, Edan, Ricky Powell, Flying Lotus, Andy Votel, Peace (Freestyle Fellowship), Exile, DJ Design, DJ Quest, Jel and Odd Nosdam, Samiyam, Mono, Poly, Meaty Ogre, Devon Who, Shlohmo, Free The Robots, Lazer Sword, Teebs, Fulgeance, Slugabed, Eprom, and countless others. Change The Beat has happened at The Madrone, Space Gallery, The Paradise, Mezzanine, Triple Crown, and now is every tuesday night at Som. bar, 2925 16th street, in the Mission.
It's current residents include Dj Dials, Centipede, Salva. CTB has developed a relationship with the audience by sharing musical knowledge and talent.
Change The Beat is proud to showcase the musical stylings of DJ LAURA (Lowriders), KARIM, BOGL, CENTIPEDE, CITIZEN TEN, and DJ DIALS.