Music Ecology is proud to present another night of all original EDM, this week from:
Lady Sasquatch (Figgy's live band - http://www.myspace.com/ladysasquatchmusic)
Lady Sasquatch sets the stage for an all-inclusive audio/visual experience. Their music consists of a variety of glitched out heavy weighted hip hop beats, electronic soundscapes laced with organic spirit and a mix of rhymes and melodic grit smuggled from the demented m...inds of their frontline. Using samples, synths, guitars, live percussion and deep bass, they seduce the audience to an apex of primal kinetic explosion. Along with an extensive catalog of originals, Lady Sas sets are known to include unexpected mash-ups and intoxicating live remixes.
Blue Boy Productions (Music Ecology, http://blueboyproductions.net/)
BBP is an audiovisual project specializing in intense bass heavy dance music that spans the genres of EDM, blending live instruments with samples and original productions in a way that allows for real improvisation and unrehearsed moments of creativity and spontaneity.
Since their live debut in April 2009 BBP has played shows with Ott, Bluetech, Heyoka, Mount Kimbie, Jazzsteppa, Eskmo, RAQ, Telepath, Pnuma Trio, Big Gigantic, Marco Benevento Trio, Eliot Lipp, Psylab, Biodiesel, Jeff Bujak, Zebbler Encanti Experience, Afro Monk, Superfiction, The Hippocampus, Joe Nice, and many more, as well as delivering memorable late night sets at underground afterparties for acts like STS9, The Disco Biscuits and Shpongle.
Beginning as the brainchild of Sheridan Willard in 2001, perileyes has grown to be an anomaly of sorts. After Liam Collins' joining in 2009, the duo has yielded "Groovy intense dubstep clashing with elements of industrial in a Shpongle-esque swirl of psychedelia." With their unique take on dubstep, perileyes promises to be an act to follow in the year to come.
$5, 21+, 10 PM
Photography by Hamza Daoui
Promotional assistance provided by Forbidden Bass Crew
and Lostinsound Crew
186 Harvard Avenue
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