Saturday, March 23, As You Like It, Public Works, GAFFTA, and The Bunker team up to bring several artists from the sidelines of house and techno who’ve made names for themselves as veritable tastemakers.
One of the great things about electronic dance music is its plethora of niche sub-genres; beyond that, there’s a slew of underground artists thriving in each of those. Tin Man, aka Johannes Auvinen, is one such artist who has been bubbling up behind the scenes for over ten years.
This Friday, October 26, As You Like It returns to Beatbox after a small break since their collaborative after-hours session with Resident Advisor at Decibel Festival. Morgan Geist, Safeword, Conor and resident DJs Rich Korach vs Mossmoss are booked for the costume party.
Decibel Festival in Seattle is once again gearing up to bring the West Coast the most riveting faces in contemporary music and digital media.
Dave Aju is the alias of the SF-based producer Marc Barrite, whose name has been popping up lately with the release of his second full length, Heirlooms. Barrite’s last LP, Open Wide, is made entirely of vocal samples. Now, four years later, he pays tribute to his late father with an album sampling his jazz records and instruments.
This Friday, June 27, As You Like It presents a Sandwell District showcase with a special screening of Amelie Ravalec’s new documentary, Paris/Berlin: 20 Years of Underground Techno, at Public Works.
Belgian-born Peter Van Hoesen began DJing in the early 90s after spending several years playing bass guitar in rock bands as a teenager. After almost twenty years, Van Hoesen has tapped into a broad range of styles, exploring bass-driven techno and experimental electronic music.