This event is 21 and over.
$12.00 – General Admission (Advance)
$15.00 – General Admission (Door)
*plus applicable service fees
Tickets available at The Independent box office (628 Divisadero, SF) with no service charge
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Bass Physics is a Denver-based producer named Arja Adair who has one objective in mind: to spread positive vibes through the power of music. His impassioned sound emulates a revolutionary style of electronic music which captures the audience on an emotional level while cultivating a live instrumental experience. With stylistic variations of electronic rock, soulful funk, hip-hop and melodic bass, Arja unceasingly executes a unique and captivating performance that leaves you wanting more.
Bass Physics has made waves in the national music scene with appearances at Electric Forest, Euphoria, Decadence NYE and at Colorado’s legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater. After multiple nationwide tours and international dates, Bass Physics will be playing alongside Pretty Lights at his destination festival “Island of Light”.
Hailing from the city of Chicago, Edamame is the stage name of music producer Ed Harris. Mainly inspired by the great outdoors and different cultures of the world, Ed’s productions are often full of organic elements and sounds that he has personally field-recorded while exploring the planet. By synthesizing instrumental hip hop with downtempo and further blending it with his deep love for world music, it’s safe to say Edamame has carved a musical style that is truly unique. In his own words he simply creates “songs that help you float”. Since starting in 2012, he has released 10 albums (the most recent being on Emancipator’s loci records) that have garnered tens of thousands of downloads, played his music live for fans coast to coast and internationally, had songs played on the radio in countries around the world, and even had United Airlines buy songs from him. It may be hard to believe that he used to be a nationally touring death metal vocalist.
“Posturing lo-fi atmospherics at the side of silky smooth crimson beats, singing synths, and verging almost new age in some breaths, Chicago instrumentalist Edamame falls genre-less on the ears and delightfully so. More of an organic experience than emotion-provoking, this beatmaster invites his listeners on a brainwave joyride.” – 303Magazine.com