Low End Theory San Francisco April 1: Nosaj Thing, Dibiase, Jon Hopkins + ALL RESIDENTS
Coming off last month’s wild success that saw over 2,000 music lovers through the doors of 103 Harriet, Low End Theory returns to San Francisco on April 1st with another potent round of beat madness and a lineup that is sure to please the most demanding electronic music fan.
Headlining the night is Alpha Pup artist Nosaj Thing, who has enjoyed massive critical acclaim for his albums Drift and Drift: Remixed as well as for his powerful and engaging live performances. Also playing is Bay Area master beat-bender Dibiase, plus the UK’s Jon Hopkins, whose melodic productions are in high demand for gigs, remixes and film scores across the globe. Oakland-based Jel of Anticon Records and future jazz phenom Asura will also perform.
All the Low End Theory residents will be back as well. Daddy Kev, DJ Nobody, The Gaslamp Killer, D-Styles and MC Nocando will once again rip the dance floor to shreds.
Watch a new video from the last Low End Theory on March 4 here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UcKyBMh8_U
About Low End Theory:
Known across the globe for supporting visionary artists, promoting breakthrough sounds and nourishing a vibrant artistic community, Los Angeles' Low End Theory is now showcasing its legendary night of left-field music in the Bay. Blending futuristic hip hop with experimental electronic sounds, Low End Theory is a hub of the beat community and a place where creative minds congregate. With an eclectic palette of performers and a diverse audience of beat lovers, Low End Theory is a fresh sonic showcase whose reverberations can be heard around the world.
Low End Theory San Francisco takes place the first Friday of every month at 103 Harriet Street. Advance tickets will be available soon on the 1015.com website.