Euphonic Conceptions & 1015 Folsom present
A LIGHT IN THE ATTIC THURSDAYS
+ MORE TBA!
THURSDAY OCTOBER 16TH / 9P-2A / 21+
$5 presale / FREE entry before 9pm / $10 after 10pm
Russ Liquid is the future-vintage groove-blasting maestro who has stirred the souls and minds of the electronic music world. Renowned for his ingenious compositional approach, this cosmic virtuoso and imprints a prophetic musical experience on his audiences. He detonates explosive beatscapes, seamlessly adding flourishes of instrumental color and emotion; all while drawing from an endlessly diverse sonic palette.
In only a short time, Mr. Liquid has developed a reputation for radiating a sonic supernova of genre-bending beats on the dancefloor, captivating audiences with passionate live instrumental performances across the U.S. and beyond. In 2012, the member of the Headtron crew’s dynamic, multi-instrumental, experience was unleashed on some of the most innovative events and festivals around the globe including: Coachella, Symbiosis Gathering, Lightning In A Bottle, Shambhala, Sonic Bloom, Envision Festival (Costa Rica), and Eclipse Festival (Australia).
In 2013, Russ resumed his destiny to break musical boundaries and transcend expectations with Foreign Frequency, his debut full length album on STS9‘s 1320 Records. Foreign Frequency transports listeners on an inter- dimensional adventure to the deepest circles of his musical universe, steering audiences into an expansive world of visceral beats, laced with spiraling instrumental accompaniments, and adorned with melodies that only a masterful improvisationalist could manifest.
Little People is the nom-de-guerre of Anglo-Swiss producer Laurent Clerc. Quirky and charming, as the name suggests, Little People inhabits the often earnest world of instrumental hip-hop, but instill it with a little fun and a dash of personality.
Little people’s sound is part beats, bleeps and snippets of other people’s music. Stemming from hip hop, it effortlessly combines warm synths, intricate melodies and string arrangements. The cinematic quality of his sound led to his music being used on CSI and other shows in the US and UK.
Little people’s We Are But Hunks Of Wood album in 2012 saw Laurent shift his focus away from what he feelt was the over reliance of samples in his genre, towards composition and the use of organic instrumentation – whilst keeping the trademark warmth of an old piece of vinyl. However rest assured, the beats and the synth bleeps are still very much on the menu.