Minimum Age: All Ages
Type: Indoor - Club
Day of Show
M.B.P. + EC + 1320 Records are happy to announce the Official After Party for Sound Tribe Sector 9's October 22 show at the Best Buy Theater in New York City.
From Bass, to Glitch, to Disco we've got it all covered - two stages, fresh artists, good vibes.
UP UNTIL NOW featuring David Murphy of STS9
Saturday, October 22, 2011
The Gramercy Theatre - 127 East 23rd Street New York, NY
Tickets: $15 adv / $20 d.o.s
Doors: 11 / Show: 11:30 / music till 4am
Up Until Now featuring David Murphy of STS9
The two members of Up Until Now have so far lived lives completely centered and orbiting around music. They come from a collective past involved in bands with genres of reggae, world beat, rock, hip hop, funk, electro-pop, NIN industrialism and even heavy metal. With this new project, they distill the pure essence in music that has always driven them, and channeled it into electronic dance music with the sole goal of making bodies move.
Since beginning his extensive live career in late 2009, Boris Gladkill has established himself as a definitive presence in the bass music community. Best known for infusing the West Coast future bass sound with a sexy, melodic feel and unique composition and song arrangement, Gladkill is at the forefront of the evolution of dubstep, bass and electronic music as a whole. Gladkill has performed at some of the most prominent music festivals of 2011 including Coachella, Lightning In A Bottle, Bounce Festival, Emrge+N+See, Burning Man, Earthdance and more.
Hailing from Vancouver, BC, ill-esha burst onto the North American electronic scene as a soul vocalist featured on various releases for the likes of Breakbeat Science, Fokuz, and BluSaphir, gradually becoming known for the seamless incorporation of original vocals and MCing into DJ sets expressing her unique take on bass music. Her multi-dimensional approach spans glitch hop, dubstep and downtempo, creating a dynamic live show which has set ill-esha apart amidst some of electronic music’s most groundbreaking acts.
Samuel Pohner aka Sleepyhead originally began makin music in his hometown of Feeding Hills, MA in 1999. But not fully flexing his styles until his work with KnowSleep in 2006 with Knowa Knowone. The group had two releases to date. Later in 2007 he continued with solo production and a side project with Mimosa called Sexytime....Now in 2011 Sleepyhead has progressed beyond earlier genres and takes on sound and continued with a multi genre, multi tempo texture bassed production and dj style ranging from Ghettotech, House, Tropical, Bmore ect.
Sonkin, a Rick Deckard/DJ Lethal hybrid, is becoming a force to be reckoned with in the brave new world that is Dubstep. He touched down in Philly in the Summer of '07 and has yet to look back. Sonkin was born and raised on death metal in sunny, Tampa, F-L-A to Russian immigrant parents with heavy classical music backgrounds. After fine tuning his skills at Full Sail and in the Orlando Drum n Bass community, he spent parts of 2005 and 2006 working with Russian Recording in Bloomington, Indiana. Nevertheless, Bloomington could not contain the production styles of Sonkin, so he and felinous side kick, Angie set wagons west, and trekked to the City of Angels. Perhaps it was the change of scenery or just the Pure Filth (soundsystem) and smog that inhabit the city of L.A. but Sonkin now knew that Dubstep would be the sound in which he'd hone in on and flourish. We can thank his last two stops, Los Angeles and his new home, Philadelphia , for the urban edge that has developed. Sonkin, no stranger to the festival circuit, has graced the bill with Snoop Dog as well as international electronic wonders such as, Shpongle, 2020 Soundsystem, Elliot Lipp, Joe Nice, MSTRKRFT, DubWar NYC, DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist, the Disco Biscuits, Biodeisel, KJ Sawka, Orchard Lounge, Lotus, and the MJ Project as well as other national acts.
Tucci is a lifelong musician and relatively recent club convert who from the comforts of the suburbs once claimed he would never be a city person. Times change. Getting hooked on dance music and starting to DJ brought him closer and closer to New York City until moving in was the only option. Since arriving in Brooklyn in 2008, he's made a habit out of spending his weekends deep in the NYC club and underground party scene, collecting stylistic ammunition. Different nights would reinforce different elements of the music that makes Tucci tick; the 80's drums and basslines of Chicago & Detroit, brain-tingling touches of acid house, the warmth and heart of disco and the modest restraint of minimal techno. A "play anywhere, anytime" mentality has seen Tucci blurring genre lines for appreciative crowds at underground parties, music festivals, clubs, backyards, basements, and dorm rooms across 7 states
Binary Bits is Philadelphia composer/producer/performe
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