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LOW END THEORY SF 6/1

Monday June 18th, 10:00pm - 4:00am
Venue: 1015 Folsom
Address:

San Francisco, CA
Ages: 21+ only
Promoter:
1015 Folsom
Artists:
BATHS
NOSAJ THING
City: San Francisco CA
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LOW END THEORY SF 6/1




Friday June 1st 2012
1015 Folsom and Low End Theory present
LOW END THEORY SF
feat.
NOSAJ THING
BATHS
DOSE ONE
KONE
BDOT
with residents
DADDY KEV
NOBODY
NOCANDO
10pm-4am / 21+

NOSAJ THING
After cutting his teeth on various archaic computers and programs in his early years, Nosaj Thing now resides in the upper echelon of electronic music makers. His distinctly L.A. soundscapes and wild beat tectonics play like vignettes that affect the listener's mind as deeply as he hits their soul. Nosaj Thing creates nothing less than the sound mastery of beat driven, experimental electronics from a gifted noise constructor.
His debut album Drift was released by Alpha Pup in June 2009 to unanimous global acclaim. Pitchfork awarded an excellent 7.9 rating, calling the album "gorgeously haunted... sonic Easter Eggs for a thousand listens." The album peaked at #5 on the iTunes Electronic chart, and went all the way to #1 on Bleep and Boomkat.
The success of Drift led to Nosaj Thing being featured in magazines such as Spin, Fader, XLR8R, The New Yorker, Nylon and URB. He has received regular airplay on BBC Radio 1 and Los Angeles' KCRW, while his engaging live set has made him a staple of the worldwide underground touring circuit. More recently, the development of his special visual set has led to coverage on Fast Company and NBC.
BATHS
Baths is the intricate electronic pop project of Los Angeles-area producer Will Wiesenfeld, also of [Post-Foetus] and Geotic. Growing up in California’s San Fernando Valley, Wiesenfeld began making music at an early age, with his parents enrolling him in music lessons at age four (at his insistence). He began recording his own music in his early teens, but found his true inspiration after discovering Björk’s music. Wiesenfeld taught himself guitar, contra bass, and viola and developed a quirky, layered production style, mixing sounds like clicking pens and running water with electronics and live instruments. His first project -- which he began while still in his teens -- was [Post-Foetus], but he soon began crafting ambient compositions under the name Geotic, and eventually added the Baths moniker to the fold. Wiesenfeld was also invited by the like-minded producer Daedelus to play at the L.A. venue Low End Theory and became a regular performer at the club. Baths signed to Anticon Records in 2009, and the debut album Cerulean followed in 2010. ~ Heather Phares, Rovi

Tickets: http://goo.gl/0x2o9
More Info: http://1015.com/events/1015/2012-06-01