Friday, July 13th 2012

Bobby Browser (Live • 100% Silk) + Chautauqua (DJ Set • Voltaire Records) + YR SKULL + epicsauce DJs

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Bobby Browser (Live • 100% Silk)
http://soundcloud.com/bobbybrowser707

Chautauqua (DJ Set • Voltaire Records)
http://soundcloud.com/voltaire_records/sets/chautauqua-ep

+Push The Feeling Residents:

YR SKULL
http://soundcloud.com/yr-skull

epicsauce DJs
http://epicsauce.com/

Friday, July 13th 2012
Underground SF
9 p.m. – 2 a.m. • Free

Chautauqua (DJ Set • Voltaire Records)
http://soundcloud.com/voltaire_records/sets/chautauqua-ep

“Bowser pilots a hypnotic, synth-driven escapade here, dolloping layers of new-new age pads and celestial melodies on top of a solidly marching disco beat. The almost six-minute endeavor flows with a carefree ease, rendering it both a good theme for forgetting your worries and something that might inspire you to sweat it all out on the floor.” -XLR8R

“If one thing can be said about producer Bobby Browser (the stage moniker for Andre Ferriera), it’s that he knows his dance music history. The statement is somewhat obvious if you’ve had the pleasure of hearing his vintage-sounding, classic-house-inspired tracks.” -SF Weekly

“In typical 100% Silk fashion, the EP’s four trackjoin the dots between touchy-feely, retro-futurist house, acid and slick, mid ’80s synth-boogie. Throughout, the production is blissfully glassy-eyed and authentically vintage. The results are superb…” -Juno

Bobby Browser (Live • 100% Silk)
http://soundcloud.com/bobbybrowser707

“Voltaire label head Randy Ellis and producer Loose Shus collaborated on the four-track release, marrying driving Italo basslines and Krauty synth atmospheres with spare dance beats and new-age vibes. The result is something like a 15-minute spirit quest” -XLR8R
“Held together by the most precise & patient handiwork and aurally-crafted keyboard structures that you can fathom, it’s no wonder you can hear their guiding tones of inspired inspirations falling side-by-side their four productions; putting the likes of the Art Of Noise, Steve Roach, Tangerine Dream, Austra, GateKeeper and (the always loved) The Drive motion picture soundtrack influencing their midsts.” -Aerial Noise