Public Works and Slayers Club presents

Nosaj Thing, Mux Mool

When
Fri Aug 17, 2012
Where
Public Works
Time
9:30pm - 3:30am
Cost
$10 - $15
Tags
Clubs, Music
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PUBLIC WORKS & SLAYERS CLUB PRESENTS

NOSAJ THING (Alphapup)

MUX MOOL (Ghostly International)

MANITOUS FT. SWOONZ (Slayers Club)

DREWMIN (Easyslap)

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Nosaj Thing Bio

L.A.-based producer Nosaj Thing (Jason Chung) is a sound innovator. Hes a sweet kid with a sinister musical agenda. His electronic soundscapes and wild beat tectonics play like vignettes that affect the listeners mind as deeply as he hits their soul. Without a doubt, Nosaj Thing is among L.A.s finest musical modulators.
Nosaj Thing has been featured as an artist-to-watch in magazines like Fader, XLR8R, The New Yorker, and Nylon, and as one of Urb Magazines Next 1000 artists. Hes remixed Flying Lotus, Daedelus, Elliot Lipp, and Health, won Turntable Lab/Plastic Littles remix contest featuring MF Doom, and won L.A.s prestigious Project Blowed beat battle. He has shared the stage with the likes of DJ AM, Architecture in Helsinki, DJ Krush, Z-Trip, Flying Lotus, Free the Robots, Diplo, The Glitch Mob, and Daedelus. He has received regular airplay on BBC Radio One and Los Angeles KCRW, and is a staple and a crowd pleaser at L.A.s underground hip-hop good time, Low End Theory. Comparisons run along with Ratatat, DJ Shadow, and Aphex Twin. A survey of his own record collection will turn up pieces from Boards of Canada, Stereolab, Radiohead, Daft Punk and Eric Satie.With his first full-length in the works, be prepared to hear a lot more noise from Nosaj Thing.

Mux Mool Bio

I know its electronic music, Brian Lindgren says, but sometimes I feel like an old-timey traveling musician with an M-Audio Trigger Finger instead of a guitar. As Mux Mool, Lindgren has been criss-crossing the country by himself for years, collecting records, loops, and samples, and rocking parties in towns both large and boondock-small. Lindgren is a self-confessed nerd to the bone, an incurable doodler, a Star Trek: The Next Generation fan; he lives on energy drinks and barely sleeps, spending his days working on music and his nights absorbing Internet memes by the hard-drive load. Mux Mools homespun electro hip-hop is the product of an introverted mind, an extroverted imagination, and a bottomless cultural appetite.

Lindgrens life in music began in Minnesota with a cheap toy sampling keyboard (I remember being so fascinated by how much a sound changed when you dropped it down several octaves). Flash forward a few years (and more than a few keyboards), and the teenage Lindgren began recreating his favorite sounds Dillas stutter-step beats, classic video-game music, abstract electronic noise using software and digital effects, glazing them with tape hiss and vinyl static.

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  1. Public Works
    161 Erie Street , San Francisco, CA