By: Anand Harsh
What began as a subdued spring and then became our collective lost summer has slipped unceremoniously into fall. But we're still celebrating the autumnal equinox because we got our hands on a hot new commodity.
Syne bursts onto the scene with his Equinox EP which features three amalgams of neuro, halftime, and drum and bass. Today, we feature “Groovy-G,” the dark opener of the trio of tracks that demonstrates Syne's proclivity for fuzzy basses and unpredictable drum patterns.
Syne appears at the hot new socially-distanced venue, The Lot, in St Louis, Missouri this weekend. On Saturday, September 26th, Syne joins our old pals kLL sMTH and Duffrey along with their collaborative project Ultrasloth for a night of experimental glitch, neuro, and drum & bass. DownRight Entertainment is touting the safety of the event, which keeps groups of people separated and requires that masks be worn at all times. Greeting the limited capacity crowd will be a haul of PKs, so for many experimental bass fans, this will be their first full soundsystem event of the season, and it's going to be a big one. Tickets can be found at jamopresents.com as well as COVID-19 safety measures.
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