Tag Archives: electro

EE Showcase Coming to Amnesia on 11/8!

Excited to announce a badass EE show as the year winds down! We’ve also got a couple more eclectic EE events to announce in the coming weeks so get hyped!

For now, mark your calendars for Thursday, November 8th at Amnesia Bar in San Francisco (Valencia & 19th.) Shows starts at 8:30 where DJ Bad Girl Bailey kicks things off the night. Stoked on a bill with an SF staples and a couple bands stopping in the city for one night only!  RSVP on Facebook and here’s more lineup details:

NRVS LVRS

SF-based dark and ominous electro pop project of Andrew Gomez and Bevin Fernandez.

NRVS LVRS on Facebook

MRCH

Comin’ straight outta Phoenix, MRCH has been an energetic soundtrack for the mid-afternoon blues as of late.

MRCH on Facebook

Fringe Class

Bringin’ the Portland steez to round out the bill…vibes of Cindy Lauper glammed up for the late 00’s.

Fringe Class on Facebook

Come fuck with us on Thursday night! $8 at the door and the best craft beer list of any music venue in SF. Holler!

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Kllo: Most Excellent Discovery of The Week

I stumbled onto Kllo via Ghostly International’s weekly newsletter and I’ve found myself returning to their 2014 Cusp EP over and over this week.

Recently signed to Ghostly, the Aussie electro duo remind me of Wet, but what they slightly relinquish in pop, they make-up for in trip-hop vibes. They’ve been co-signed by BBC and Majestic Casual, with good reason. Dropping Cusp below and all five tracks are fucking fantastic. You’ve been notified.

DFA’s The Juan MacLean Drops New Album, In A Dream

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DFA’s The Juan Maclean is a dance music chameleon of sounds. Part DJ Harvey, part James Murphy and part…well….The Juan MacLean. The 3rd LP, In A Dream sees John MacLean teaming up with LCD Soundsystem’s Nancy Whang on another triumphant electro-dance release from DFA Records. Nancy’s vocals give rise to a club feel, but the epic nostalgia of the DFA sound is ever prominent throughout. The album opens with the Italo-disco inspired “A Place to Called Space” and takes you through a journey of house & techno incarnations that ends on the EPIC “The Sun Will Never Set On Our Love.” On the real, the 9-minute closing track sounds as familiar as it is new and addictive. Give it a spin and peep the record below. See you on the dance floor.