A much talked about artist, Huerco S is the Kansas City producer who has been releasing tracks for the likes of Wicked Bass, Opal Tapes, B.YRSLF Division, and Future Times. An advant proponent of DIY recording standards, Huerco incorporates lo-fi sampling methods and several audio artifacts in his productions. He holds no boundaries in genres, whether it’s techno, drone or house, they all get wrapped up nicely into a world unique of his own. Huerco S. will be coming to Cameo Gallery with a full on live setup for a truly expansive experience.
Terekke comes from the depths. Fellow resident of Brooklyn, he’s been crafting hard yet subtle lo-fi house music for quite sometime now. By night you can find him playing DJ and Live PA Sets with friends Jan Woo and everyone at the Body Actualized Center. After listening to Ron Morelli’s East Village Radio show for some time, mutual friends put him in touch with the L.I.E.S. record co. owner and a 12” white label was born. pf pf pass (Damn EP, LIES005.5) is a murky and rolling acid jam, compressed to cassette tape with down pitched vocals too boot. Be on the lookout for his new LPs out soon on L.I.E.S.
Bookworms & Steve Summers:
Teaming up for a new project, Steve Summers and Bookworms (both of Brooklyn’s L.I.E.S. Records crew) will be performing under a new guise together. Steve himself having produced in groups like Innergaze as well as releasing solo material will bring his brand of leftfield production to the table. Having recently released a live recording for Roof.fm involving Bookworms, it seems like perfect timing.
Tony Naples first graced the Cameo Gallery decks back in June; to say the least that night was one for the books. Growing up in Miami and developing a penchant for artists like DJ Laz and Power 96, Anthony has honed in on his craft and incorporated these sounds of the times. His first release on the newly founded Mister Saturday Night label is also their first. Tracks like Mad Disrespect and Tusk are built with Garage and Jersey Sound in mind; vintage sounding drum machines swing off time with paired vocal samples. Since then he’s gone on to big things like remix Four Tet’s 128 Harps on Text Records.