Fri. March 13th 2009 10:00pm - 02:00am doors at 9:00pm @ Sugar (No Minors) 10:00pm - 02:00am doors at 9:00pm
Presented by: Inner Groove
Come spring 2009, iconoclastic producer/DJ Adam Freeland will release Cope, his first artist album in six years, on his own independent Marine Parade label. Like his 2003 solo album debut Now&Them and its uncompromising worldwide smash “We Want Your Soul,” Freeland’s much-anticipated latest traffics in the unexpected—electro beats banging enough to fill dancefloors, yet twisted with sounds and collaborations from uncharted waters. Indeed, Cope ultimately proves a genre-smashing, era-defining call to arms on par with Leftfield’s Leftism, Prodigy’s Fat Of The Land, Daft Punk’s Discovery and Justice’s †, defying expectations of what an electronic album should and could be.
Death To Sexy (Dirty Electropunk)
A certain rebirth has occurred in the development of music in the form of Victoria’s “Death to Sexy”. The genre dubbed “Punk-infused Electro” by band members Kevin Legere, Kelcy Clark and Scott Macpherson blends catchy electronic beats with distorted provocative vocals while maintaining an edgy attitude in song structure and form. Althoug... more info
Longwalkshortdock essentially started the first time Dave King heard gritty electronic music in early eighties videogames. Strongly influenced by these sounds and melodies, Dave started recording and looping segments as a child. He also got a taste for sampling and recording; taping segments of his piano practice to fool his parents into thinking h... more info[Upload Show Photos] // [Add Video]