Frite Nite proudly presents
"Surreal Estate" US Tour 2011
EPROM *LIVE A/V SET DEBUT*
B. BRAVO & The Starship Connection *LIVE BAND*
Live visuals by STRANGELOOP (Brainfeeder)
The Bay Area bass music-purveying Frite Nite crew follow up on
their last sell out show at Mezzanine with an even crazier line up of
boundary-pushing talent, tapping some very special friends for what promises to be another mind-altering showcase. Mainstay sound selector Ana Sia embarks on a 25+ date US tour to promote Frite Nite’s break-out label compilation titled Surreal Estate, compiled and mixed by none other than Ana Sia herself. For the San Francisco homecoming on October 22nd, the Frite Nite crew comes heavy tapping west coast deep bass don DJG as well as one of this year’s most celebrated juke personalities Planet Mu’s Chrissy Murderbot, for his exclusive SF debut.
One of the west coast’s most brilliant production minds, EPROM will debut his first ever live a/v performance, co-engineered by Brainfeeder’s visual wizard Strangeloop, who the crew will also be inviting to maintain the surrealist atmosphere throughout the rest of the evening. B. Bravo returns with his full live analog synth-band experience with The Starship Connection featuring multi-instrumentalist Teeko and members of SF’s resident funk outfit Bayonics. Label head Salva also re-joins crew in SF as he gets ready to embark on this years Red Bull Music Academy in Madrid. Frite Nite psych-futurist Comma, crew MC/DJ Epcot and SF favorite DJ Dials will also be holding it down. The last Frite Nite formal at Mezzanine was packed to the brim, and fans stayed dancing until the very end, and on October 22nd the crew plans to take party-goers one more level higher.
Surreal Estate, the 17 track compilation compiled and mixed by Ana Sia will be released on Oct. 4th and features music from all the Frite Nite crew along with Starkey, Sepalcure, Distal, XI, Kuru & UFO! and many more. Check out the tracklist here and stay tuned for chances to win Surreal Estate merchandise and music from Frite Nite.