[Sat. 01.08.16] Intelligent Dance Party 004 ft. Glenn Jackson, KnobGoblin, Tony Manfre & Liz Revision at the Basement

IDP Flyer Intelligent Dance Party 004

The fourth event in the San Francisco-based Intelligent Dance Party series kicks off 2016 featuring a mix of live experimental and IDM performances progressing later into more dancefloor-oriented sets. On Friday, January 8, 2016 Glenn Jackson, KnobGoblin, Tony Manfre & Liz Revision perform at The Basement, 222 Hyde St, San Francisco, CA 94102, a multi-leveled 21+ venue from 9:30 PM – 2:00 AM.

#IDP | #SFIDP

PERFORMERS

Glenn Jackson (Easy Bay) LIVE [Oakland]
Melodic House performed live on modular synthesizers.
https://soundcloud.com/glenn-jackson

KnobGoblin (Circuitree Records) LIVE [Oakland]
Dark, industrial-inspired dubstep.
https://soundcloud.com/knobgoblin

Tony Manfre VINYL + HARDWARE [Forestville, Ca]
Electro / breaks / cratedigging.
https://soundcloud.com/tonymanfre
http://tonymanfre.bandcamp.com/

Liz Revision (San Francisco)
Melodic, glitchy IDM & ambient.
https://www.mixcloud.com/lizrevision/ode-to-sniffles/
http://www.lizrevision.com/
http://www.subvariant.com/

Renzo Gorrio was inspired to create a San Francisco IDM night from his experiences at the Miami-based label Schematic parties in his hometown. Often they featured live acts with an emphasis on electronic performance. DJs were used to warm up the crowd or segue into a more responsive late-night dance party mode. A similar focus remains in the San Francisco incarnation where the focus is on live performance in intimate venues that provide a unique opportunity to watch musicians perform their craft up close.

Previous IDP parties held at Underground SF were a success, featuring Romulo Del Castillo (Schematic, Phoenecia), bioMecanicoXanopticon (Hymen Records), Wake (Proximal Records) and  Alexandernaut (Gray Area).

Live experimental/IDM performances progressing later into more dance floor oriented sets. For your smart ass.

 Glenn Jackson, KnobGoblin, Tony Manfre & Liz Revision at IDP 004

Friday, January 8, 2016 at 9:30 PM – 2:00 AM
222 Hyde St, San Francisco, California 94102
$5 / 21+

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Glenn Jackson (Easy Bay) LIVE

KnobGoblin (Circuitree Records) LIVE

Tony Manfre VINYL + HARDWARE

http://tonymanfre.bandcamp.com/

Liz Revision (subVariant)

http://www.lizrevision.com/
http://www.subvariant.com/

ALTERNATE TITLES:

  • The Fourth Intelligent Dance Party launches 2016 at The Basement featuring Glenn Jackson (Live), KnobGoblin (Live), Tony Manfre (Vinyl & Hardware), Liz Revision (Controllerism DJing)
  • Intelligent Dance Party 004 kicks off its 2016 series at The Basement featuring two local live electronic acts (Glenn Jackson, KnobGoblin) and two hardware DJs (Tony Manfre, Liz Revision)
  • Intelligent Dance Party 004 (IDP 004) ft Glenn Jackson (Live), KnobGoblin (Live), Tony Manfre (Vinyl & Hardware), Liz Revision (Controller DJing)
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About IDP
IDP (Intelligent Dance Party) is a tribute to IDM, the genre with the silly name we all can’t help but make fun of. At IDP we bring you IDM and music of that nature, featuring Live experimental/IDM performances progressing later into more dance floor oriented sets. For your smart ass.

Simon Stalenhag’s retro-revisionist future distopian world

Here’s an artist I found on Tumblr who creates completely digital illustrations that he sells on Redbubble. Some of my favorites:

Recently he’s printed a book containing his images with a narrative attached:

In 1954, the Swedish government ordered the construction of the world’s largest particle accelerator. The facility was complete in 1969, located deep below the pastoral countryside of Mälaröarna. The local population called this marvel of technology The Loop. These are its strange tales.
Simon Stålenhag’s paintings of Swedish 1980s suburbia, populated by fantastic machines and strange beasts, have spread like wildfire on the Internet. The 2015 Kickstarter for the English version of the book raised over $320,000. Stålenhag’s portrayal of a childhood against a backdrop of old Volvo cars and coveralls, combined with strange and mystical machines, creates a unique atmosphere that is both instantly recognizable and utterly alien.

You can buy Tales from the Loop here.

DJ Mix from Chiditarod 2015 @ Emporium

Chiditarod X 2015 at Emporium with the Secret Gentlemen’s Club by Liz Revision on Mixcloud

Here’s a mix I did for the Secret Gentlemen’s Chiditarod X checkpoint at Emporium Arcade Bar in Wicker Park. It’s mostly tech-house with quite a few video game references and 8-Bit / chiptune stuff scattered about. And, well, people in costume swarming the place in droves. Quite fun.