Friday 15 October 2010 at 10:00pm
Johnson City, TN, United States
With one foot in Oakland, CA and one foot in Outerspace, David Sugalski churns out electric beats, blips and blops that make that ass move. Under the guise of The Polish Ambassador, Sugalski released 'Diplomatic Immunity' in early 2007, 'The Phantasmal Farm' in late 2007, and "I Found Him. Now I Must Kill Him" in late 2008.
Claiming to be Poland's ambassador to The Universe, Sugalski weaves together a collage of 80's dance music, video game anthems, and dreamy synthscapes to create miniature musical stories. His chosen weapons include but are not limited to synthesizers and a pure spirit.
All 3 albums have obtained favorable press and have received consistent airplay on college and internet radio. His only official music video for the song "Earth Versus the World" was featured on the front page of Myspace, iFilm, and many other streaming video sites.
$8 at the door for everyone 18+
Supporting Acts include....
DrumVsSpeaker (also called DVS) is a solo project designed by Ray Felts. DrumVsSpeaker is simple: Drums vs Speakers. The ingredients: drums, speakers, an mpd32, and hella energy. Ray started making tracks in 1999 with Fruity Loops and a cheesy virtual scratch program called "Ejay". Since then, Ray has toured the country and developed a niche in Johnson City as one of the hottest up and coming producers/performers on the east coast. Ray has played drums with the likes of This is Art, Truly Grimy, LGHTSWTCH, The Purple Monk, Baby G, Magma Blood, Transient Vibrations, CLICK CLACK BOOM!, TP rainbow, and many other independent artists. After Ray graduates from the Digital Media program at ETSU in December, he plans to tour the country and work towards releasing a full length record.(written by Los Barfos publishing)
Experimental electronic producer, Mills originally from east TN now residing in Portland OR, has been working hard in the lab over the past months to define/redefine his sound. From hyphy hip hop influenced tracks to smooth melodic patterns, and some samples from near and far Mills pieces together a fun, energy-filled, and hard hitting performance
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