Mammox, Tactical Lisp, Birthdays & Pressplay


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Music Ecology is proud to host an Amazon Mushroom Alliance Benefit with Evolver Boston from 8 PM - 10 PM before our regular festivities. Join us for a film screening and learn how mushrooms are being used to clean up toxic oil waste on indigenous lands in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Please visit the event page below for more details.

...At 10 PM see Music Ecology taken over by the forces of UnheardUV crew who will bring you:

Mammox (Psychedelevator)
Mammox formed in April 2009 with Mark C. Aylward (vocals), Nate Belasco (keyboards), James Staub (bass), and Zachary Zukowski (drums). Together they introduce a psychedelic collaged sound rooted in hip-hop, glitch, electronic, and world music. In attempt to describe their music, the band stated:
“We are not merely fusing styles–hybrid groups are nothing new. We are breathing new life into the music we sample by mixing it with our own instrumental improvisation and Mark’s distinctive wordplay.”
Not only is their music unconventional, their entire band process has also strayed from the ordinary. They created an album first, learned their songs on traditional instruments afterward, and, lastly, picked a band name.
Unlike many laptop music artists, Mammox is raising the bar in regards to live performances. Although the music is largely composed of samples, the band performs with a combination of traditional instruments and live electronics.

Birthdays (Allston, MA)

Tactical Lisp (Psychedelevator)
Tactical Lisp is Nate Belasco and Zack Zukowski. Every track is an experiment unto itself, and no attempt is made at cohesion. Electronics are exploited with reckless abandon, the song structures are haphazard but organic, the vocal layers are devoid of meaning, and the drum beats are mechanically absurd. This is the best tribe-wave doom-step you’ve never heard.

Check out Tactical Lisps premeire full-length album Emergence available on Bandcamp

Pressplay (
A boston based DJ focusing on danceable synth leads surrounded by the dirtiest of bass lines. You will have a tough time standing still while listening to his carefully crafted mix sets which build slowly from the ground up, evenly distrubuting street-bass and purple-wow dubstep to your brain with hints of house, dnb, and drumstep mixed in.

Check out Pressplay's live No Tomorrow set here:

Check out Pressplay's other mixtapes here:

Visuals by VJ Shmeejay

10 PM, $5, 21+
186 Harvard Avenue in Allston
"Harvard Avenue" stop on Green line B

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