Since 2009, Analog Fire has surpassed their humble roots playing sets with a small
laptop and synth in Brooklyn bars. Their sound has formed from loops and funk
guitar into a grooving and airy high end with a hard pounding rhythmic basis. The
duo, comprised of producers Seemless (Eno Freedman Brodmann) and Electronight
(Gregory Louisy) have headlined venues and clubs from Brooklyn to Berlin
including a collaboration with Grammy Nominated Genji Siraisi of Groove Collective
and supported ‘The Do’ on their international tour. They have been on the final call
lists to open for ‘Passion Pit, ‘Ratatat’ and ‘Miike Snow’ amongst others. At their
start, they played with a live band after their release of their full length LP ‘Audio
Delicious’ in 2009 and a short east coast tour but soon after began exploring the
club and party scene, remixing and mixing their music into DJ sets at a plethora of
venues making their mark on dance floors across the east coast. Their sound has
been described as somewhat caught in between Whitest Boy Alive and Passion
Pit, although their new sound takes a large amount of inspiration from Miami
DJ ‘Amtrac’ and Canada’s ‘Crystal Castles’. Their music video in collaboration with
Lower East Side rapper ‘E.L.I.T.E.’ earned them over fourteen thousand views on
youtube in less than a week and a spot in ‘The Daily Stamford’. They have had praise
on blogs such as 201 Beats, Vents Magazine, Flavorpill, My Music Crush and more.
Their newest release ‘DISCOBEDIENCE’ is a collection of remixes done
for ‘Austra’, ‘Blip Blip Bleep’, ‘Trevor Tunison’, ‘Spencer Hyde’, ‘Quilty’ and LA’s ‘El
Super’. Their new sound has been complemented with a complete graphics package
by Illinois’ electronic and design talent Connectedness Locus with a special live
visual experience by Liz Tolson and custom lightshows to match the music. This will
be the duo’s fourth release after ‘Audio Delicious’, ‘Refill: Remixes’, and ‘Mirrors”.
After spending a good portion of his life studying composition and wasting time
playing video games, PopSTAR is thrilled that he’s found a way to combine the two.
He works almost exclusively with LSDJ and hopes his chip-electro music with the
Dustin Goddard, AKA ‘Stardust’ started making music at the age of four and hasn't
missed a beat (please excuse the pun). He has taken lessons in Piano, Guitar, Bass,
Drums, and Cello and currently studying composition with Dr. David Chavez and
is taking a Music & Computer Tech class under the instruction of award winning
producer Phillip Carter. He has a very versatile repertoire, ranging from Neo-
Romantic piano compositions to Electronic Dance Music production. His career
in the music industry started young, earning him a spot playing live at one of DC’s
premiere large venues, the 9:30 club, before his eighteenth birthday with ‘Hello
Headlights’. Since then, his electronic beats and caustic dubstep has taken a large
influence from his classical roots and garnered attention online. This will be
Stardust’s debut NYC show.
Slm Pckns was born on the outskirts of Los Angeles, bred in Long Island and spent a
lot of time livin’ in Brooklyn, yet all of his roots and values come from New Orleans
(where all his folks are from). He spends half of his time producing beats for the
likes of New York’s underground and posh party spots while working out how to
become an international ear pleaser/party rocker. One of his signature styles to spin
is moombahton which shakes the f Don’t let the posh shyt confuse you.... He’s gotta
pay the billz somehow.
Tall Boyz are a duo which were resident DJs of the Trap Door parties. Exploring the
Manhattan and Broooklyn club scene, the two have hosted a variety of parties which
have been packed to the brim with aggressive house and hip-hop.