Thursday, March 25, 2010

1320.SF Showcases Local Electronic Musicians

By Kathleen Richards
Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 6:02 PM

1320 Records, the digital-only label founded by STS9, will hold its first-ever showcase event called 1320.SF, on Thursday, Apr. 1. The event aims to highlight local artists like the Flying Skulls, who dub themselves a “nu school, crunked-out production crew that rocks live improvisational dub-step, breaks, and stage-raging electro,” and live video mixers Savage Henry. Also performing are David Murphy & David Phipps of STS9, Nalepa Dub Orchestra, Virtual Boy, Knowa Knowone, and visuals by Kevlar. Other 1320 showcases will be held around the country this year. SF’s event happens Thursday, Apr. 1, at Temple (540 Howard St., SF). 9 p.m. For tickets, go here.

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