Doc Martin, Sublevel Live, Lillia, Jon Lee, Andromo, JKIND, Black Velveteen, Ramiro B2B LGSP, Vamarcha, Derrick Deep B2B Alex Flores, Binah, Shannon O., Erik Braziunas, D-Jay S-Jay
Uniting Souls presents...
The first 12-hour rooftop party of the Monkey Loft summer season!!
DIGGIN' DEEP @ MONKEY LOFT
SATURDAY 27 JULY, 2019
3 rooms of music :: 12 hours
((( DOC MARTIN - SUBLEVEL LIVE )))
featuring Lillia on love vocals
ANDROMO - Rainforest Music, Vancouver B.C.
JON LEE - Tilted Records, Uniting Souls Music
JKIND - Airpusher, SF
BLACK VELVETEEN - Airpusher, SF/Sea
VAMARCHA - LionsGuard, FluffyStuff, Portland
RAMIRO b2b LGSP
DERRICK DEEP b2b ALEX FLORES
Monkey Loft, 2915 1st Ave S, Seattle WA 98134
21+ 10pm-4am $15 before 11pm, $20 after
Come experience the amazing music & vibe that Uniting Souls events have become known for!
DIGGIN' DEEP - every last Saturday @ Monkey Loft
One of the most influential & respected DJs in the history of house music, Doc Martin is a true living legend. It is a rare treat to catch him performing an extended set in such an intimate setting!
Doc’s live sets truly bring people together.The variation in his style of music is endless. What makes him so different from the rest? A unique ability to spin everything from deep house vocals that have much depth and meaning to us all in some way, to his funky tribal bass lines mixed with threads of acid, his impressive, unique collection of rare records & classics that are only to be heard at his gigs.
Doc Martin has developed the respect as a house DJ that so many of us admire. It is this respect that keeps him constantly touring;
from New York to London, Japan, and everywhere in between, including gigs as diverse as Coachella & BPM Festivals, to Panorama in Berlin, Fabric in London, The Rex in Paris; touring Australia with Daft Punk & Bassment Jaxx, bringing his sound & vibe to a worldwide audience.
He has also played with James Brown,Grace Jones,Inner City,and about anyone else you can think of. Doc Martin also held a residency at Prince’s Club Glam Slam in Los Angeles back in the 1990′s.Was also a tour Dj for Deee-Lite,and Dubtribe SoundsystemDoc Martin and singer / songwriter Lillia are recognized for their Live shows and Underground events in Los Angeles.
When Lillia performs with Doc Martin the duo is known as “Sublevel Live." Doc Martin likes to add Roland Acid fills & uses Pioneer gear to give Sublevel Live it’s own style mixing in live vocals over a DJ format feel. Together they started the Sublevel record label based out of Los Angeles & have released a variety of electronic music. They have toured Japan, USA, Europe & Canada .Lillia has found true inspiration on her tours in such cities as Tokyo, Playa Del Carmen, London, Berlin & Amsterdam.
Whether in an Underground, Club or Festival you can always feel the warm energy of Sublevel.
Vancouver-based ANDROMO has been steadily building his career towards becoming one of today’s most intriguing artists. Born in El Salvador, and now residing in Canada, ANDROMO’s music has hit the ear’s of diverse listeners. Charged with emotion, his music blends lush melodies over driving percussion to create a dynamic atmosphere on the dance floor.
His tracks are charted and regularly played out by industry leaders such as Mr.C, Steve Bug, John Digweed, Hernan Cattaneo, DJ Three, Droog, and many others. In July 2017, he was signed to John Digweed’s Bedrock Records, with his track “This Just Then” appearing on Bedrock’s Frequencies album. Less than a year later, ANDROMO made his debut on the highly-acclaimed Culprit imprint with his 5-track EP, Drawn to Dawn.
Constantly re-editing tracks using Ableton Live, ANDROMO strives to make every set a unique experience. An artist bound by no genre, but rather the endless sounds of life around us, ANDROMO creates music that is truly universal.
“UNITING SOULS has contributed to setting standards as to what the Seattle electronic music community has to offer on a local & international level. It is because of organizations like Uniting Souls that Seattle is a favorite stop among touring electronic musicians.
With e-mail, smart phones, cheap flights, declining costs in music production, and the explosion of information technology, the face of the global music community is rapidly changing, but it is collectives like Uniting Souls that are evolving right alongside to help define and retain humanness in the often impersonal world we’ve created.”
- The Stranger