NoClubs and Brasky Presents:
SBTRKT with Spies on Bikes, Sidedraft
Spies on Bikes, Sidedraft
Sat, March 24, 2012
Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 11:00 pm)
$16.00 - $20.00
don't be late! this show will start on time and be over by around midnighthttp://www.theorpheum.com/event/93795/
The enigmatic masked producer known as SBTRKT appeared on the scene in 2009 with two independently released 12-inches, and praise for his soulful blending of atmospheric house, syncopated dubstep and warped garage spread quickly throughout the international electronic community. Soon revealed to be the moniker of UK broken beat mainstay Aaron Jerome, SBTRKT was later commissioned for remixes by the likes of Basement Jaxx and drafted for collaborations with Sinden, Sampha and Jessie Ware to name a few. On June 27, 2011, Young Turks is slated to release his eponymous debut full-length.
Spies on Bikes
"Spies On Bikes is the moniker of versatile producer and artist Nathan Cochran. The name is a reference to a childhood memory of imaginary war games and neighborhood kids on patrol. His sonic creations capture a sense of nostalgia and contemplation, perhaps in the form of a daydream. He conjures up childhood memories, warm fuzzy feelings, far off places, thoughts of love lost and love gained. Nathan effortlessly melds organic instruments and sounds with analog modeled synthesizers and ethereal soundscapes. Shying away from the conventional sample heavy approaches Nathan prefers to record his own voice and his own instruments as this allows him to connect deeper with the soul of the music. His attention to detail and composition is evident as his pieces evolve and unfold before the listener in unique and unpredictable ways. 2012 marked the release of his first album "Man Overboard" which has been incredibly well received by audiences worldwide."
Sidedraft is a 27 year-old Producer and DJ from Tampa, Fl who has been honing his war chest of audio weapons for the nearly 4 years. His love of all things bass related began much earlier however after picking up a copy of Photek's timeless album Form & Function some 13 years ago. Around 2006, he stumbled upon a little mentioned genre (in his neck of the woods) called Dubstep in the form of releases by such legends as Skream and Loefah. From that point it wasn't just about listening to the music, it was about spreading the sound to any and all who would listen