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Brendan Angelides, aka "Eskmo", is a San Francisco based producer & live performer.
He has been producing and performing live electronic music since 1999 and his sets are currently based around Ableton Live utilizing various midi controllers and FX running with on the spot warping, queing and key work. He has covered numerous styles throughout the years
and it has grown to a fusion of sorts with the current state having a distinct focus on dubstep, west coast glitch and minimal techno. Thick, floor-creaking bass layered with rich, oozing melodies and syncopated rhythms has become his standard.
The buzz continues to grow with support from numerous DJs, web stations and magazines all over the world. Brendan’s works have been featured in URB, DJ Mag, Knowledge Mag and on such shows as BBC Radio1, Rinse FM and Breaks FM. He has performed in London, Bristol, Scotland, Spain, France and into parts of Canada. Aside from international bookings, he has performed in clubs and at festivals in major cities across the US.
"Dark, moody and quite magnificent…twisted, funky magic…Prepare to have your ears cranked open by Eskmo's innovative individualism."- DJMAG june
"Sublime… it's blinding worthy of being a soundtrack to Ninja Scroll…Spine tingling stuff." XLR8R
"Played Monstah's last night, had loads of people asking what it was." Mary Anne Hobbs
"Eskmo drops a massive bass rolling workout… Simply destroys the sound system" URB
"Raw…winding subs…melodic intrigue…recommended." Knowledge Mag
Reviews for his latest work as Welder:
"Welder is one of the best surprises of 2006."
- Blue orb reviews
"Request it, listen to it, then buy it. You won't be
disappointed."- Lounging Sound oct2006
"Vines frequently delights through its heavily melodic
instrumentals hosting considerable atmospheres and wide
sound palettes…oozing with melodic content. -
Barcode Magazine dec2006
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