Line-up /NastyNasty, EPROM, Sleepyhead, Tony Quattro, Klytrix
The Interstellar Pig
Tired of the same old? In the AFTER HOURS, gun your DeLoreans to 88 as some of the nation's most unique producers guide us through the future sounds of bass music.
The Interstellar Pig presents:
* AFTER HOURS *
San Francisco's NastyNasty can best be described as a sonic fetishist. From his first single on San Franciscos Frite Nite imprint to his most recent release on the prestigious Planet Rwina Records he's established his own abstract take on contemporary bass music and defined himself as one of North Americas most unique producers. His dance-floor wizardry combines a heavy helping of heartfelt vocal trickery and melodic sensibility with heavy drums and brow-raising bass sounds to construct songs that stand as both listening pieces and club anthems. His sets are comprised of all original productions, which he manipulates live with artisanal skill. Producing for nearly a decade under different aliases, he's shared the stage with a diverse selection of acts including; Joker, Ludacris, Richard Devine, Starkey, Megasoid, Slugabed and more.
Dance floors donâ€™t just like Epromâ€™s low frequency focus and live sound manipulationâ€“ they go absolutely delirious over his unique splash-stomping style. Like a sonic pimp with a bent brain, he slings disturbingly crunchy beat monsters, fresh and fun but never overly mashed up. Epromâ€™s energetic live re-twerks are suitable for a cliff in outer space where a dance floorâ€™s dreams are coming true. Fans and supporters of Eprom include Flying Lotus, Starkey, Rusko, Jakes, Rustie, Megasoid, The Gaslamp Killer, Megasoid, The Glitch Mob and BBC Radio Oneâ€™s Mary Anne Hobbs, and the producer has shared the stage with many of the international electronic music communityâ€™s hottest artists.
with special guest
Brooklyn-based 26 year old Samuel Pohner aka Sleepyhead delicately interweaves gorgeous melodies and layers of space using rolling snares, big kicks, warm synths, underwater sounds and reverbed out vocals. These components come together to create a feeling of heavy nostalgia that'll leave you unexpectedly comfortable and almost high. From club kicks and garage shuffles, youâ€™re gonna wish you were listening to this up in the clouds or on a deserted island beach.
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