Dan Deacon

Dan Deacon

Dan Deacon is kind of a specimen. Behind his dorky look hides a master in soundcrafting. His music builds itself on an euphoric and hard-hitting spiral of synthetic madness fueled by weird effects and upbeat tempos. Dan Deacon's shows are known to be genuinely intense, as he incarnates some shamanic figure inducing transe-state dancing to the crowd. His new album "Gliss Riffer" came out in February 2015. 

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James Pants

The son of two presbyterian ministers from an American backwater called Spokane, James Pants went from being the teenage DJ for a black nationalist rap group to a multi-instrumentalist who can count on fans as diverse as Flying Lotus, Zane Lowe, Erol Alkan and XL's new teen hip-hop internet sensation Tyler The Creator, who calls James "one of the most creative fucking people to walk this earth".

 

 

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Wume

From Chicago to Baltimore, from basement studio to live performance, the duo of April Camlin and Al Schatz have continued to develop their rhythmic/hypnotic music. Songs build, swerve, decline, increase and decrease. The new album “Maintain” is a mixture of old songs and new ones. Their older tracks are more deeply rooted in their wheelhouse of kosmische and funk.

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