New Artist Additions Include Deltron 3030, XXYYXX, King Britt, Tourist, and Nostalghia
Deltron 3030 is an alternative hip hop supergroup composed of producer Dan the Automator, rapper Del the Funky Homosapien (Portraying the role of the character Deltron Zero for the project) and DJ Kid Koala. Their work features many other artists as well, all taking on various futuristic pseudonyms. Known as one of the most widely acclaimed supergroups in music today, Deltron 3030 brings the funk in a way few musicians can. Coupling their own individual talents with the magnetism of their group creativity, Deltron 3030 proves there’s still good music to be made, and you can catch that goodness on Friday, October 25.
Marcel Everett, aka XXYYXX, has quickly shot to fame thanks to his spooky electronica, which bears some musical resemblance to such artists as The Weeknd, Lapalux, Disclosure and Shlohmo. He’s barely 17, but he’s already worked as a remixer for such major names as Beyoncé and Usher. Marcel works out of his Florida bedroom creating harmonious music that provokes emotion and transmits vivid images of peace and still sadness. His captivating stage show encompasses all of these elements and more, which you can enjoy with us on Friday, October 25.
Created by King Britt in an experimental attempt to go back to a semi primitive, process of CV triggers and analog sequences, King Britt presents Fhloston Paradigm featuring Pia Ercole explores the connection between old world ideas and new world, technology, with the result remaining otherworldly. Within this music context, avant-garde, improvisational vocal ideas touching on classical and jazz hover over soundscapes and dance rhythms. The outcome being somewhere between Blade Runner and 808 State. They’ll be making the live US Premiere on Saturday, October 26 at Mountain Oasis!Check out the official video for “Chasing Rainbows” here.
Tourist is the musical moniker of London-born Will Phillips. Combining emotive, melodic sensibilities with innovative production values, Will incorporates his love for analogue tapes and field recordings with his passion for synthesizers and sampling to create a euphoric, melancholic sound that plays equally well on the dance floor as it does in more intimate environments. An innovative user of field recordings and analog equipment, Tourist’s live show fuses both clean-cut and raw, an experience not to be missed indeed. See him Sunday, October 27!
Best described as, naked beneath lights, Nostalghia transports the audience into a cathartic dimension, riding the universal waves of feeling, intensity, and passion; a journey and movement into the unknown, a spiritual transcendence, and a place where all walks of life can connect to the global understanding of love, pain, struggle, and triumph. Forcing herself into the uncomfortable pitch of questions regarding life, death, taboo, obsession, entrapment, seclusion, and ultimately complete-chaos, Ciscandra spawned the inner workings of what is soon to be Nostalghia’s (Roy Gnan capturing, and together soundscaping) 2013 widespread release; touching, and at times beating, on the intimacy and affliction of love. Don’t miss this killer show on Friday, October 25.