Another epic night of music offered up by your friends and family here at SF Beat Church. This night is NOT TO BE MISSED, coming all the way from Georgia to rock off your socks is...
HeRobust, otherwise known as Hayden Kramer, is an electronic producer from Atlanta, Georgia. In the short, two year existence of HeRobust, Kramer’s hip-hop inspired bass music has quickly garnered the attention of online media giants such as XLR8R, Vice, The New York Times, and Huffington Post. 2012 has seen a relentless release of music from Herobust, one Saturate Records double album “Late Night/Morning After”, the self released “Rob & Hood” ep, a Muti Records release of “Screw Loose” ep, and countless free remixes. The busy release schedule has paid off, getting his tracks played out by the likes of Skrillex and 12th Planet, track support by Mad Decent, and a support tour for Opiou and Vibesquad. 2012 was just a jump off for Kramer as 2013 will see tons more music, shows, and genre defying madness from the ever prolific HeRobust.
This Song is Sick - Screw Loose Review
“Each track has such smooth funky energy, with a crunchy glitch kick that will make you move your body in new ways. Every single track is so dope.”
XLR8R - Shawty Swing My Way (Busted by heRobust)
Shuffling hi-hats skip between a steady kick and snare that take on the head-nodding duties essential to any artist that bears the tag "21st-century-beat-music."
Huffington Post - Herobust is up-and-comer
There are scores of EDM specialists crafting new approaches these days, from Grammy-winning Skrillex to live beat-maker AraabMuzik to up-and-comers like HeRobust. Amid their inventive progressions, Deadmau5' latest album feels a tad old and dusty.
And from Santa Cruz...
26 Year old Andrew Gruver, aka The Pirate, has etched out a solid place for himself in the highly saturated DJ real estate along the Coastline of California and beyond in just 5 years behind the turntables. Currently, he hosts a future bass monthly called Space Bass – alongside Little John of Raindance infamy – in downtown Santa Cruz, and rocks clubs and festivals up and down the west coast. His sets are fueled by an instinctive ability beyond his years, as he combines all styles of bass music, while staying grounded in his heart and soul – reggae and hip hop. His selections and mixes keep even the most pervasive dub spotter enthralled and will keep any dance floor packed. Be sure to catch The Pirate at festivals and events this summer- he'll probably be in the back of the crowd in a cloud of smoke.. OR up in front, behind the decks! baBOOM!
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$10 at the door
Limited capacity , early arrival recommended 10 p.m. -3 a.m.
1192 Folsom st. 21+ top shelf drink specials/guayaki mate
$3 Smashel Coat Check plus Free Advice
Beat Church Thursday , January 24th 2013