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Electronic Music Night

First there were Commodore 64, Gameboy, and NES consoles used to make chiptune/8-bit
music - but then, powerful computers and new age music production software emerged. Equipped with his favorite music tracker, KipJaw
blends elements from both of these technological worlds into a unique atmosphere of nostalgia.
Taking direct inspiration from mid-1990's Super Nintendo video game music, such as Secret of Mana and Mega Man X, KipJaw
revitalizes this forgotten genre of music that so many gamers had grown up with.

Using a wide arsenel of retro hardware, from Gameboys to the Sega Genesis, and killer software,
from Ableton Live to Nanoloop and Piggy Tracker, Glooms delivers tunes that can only be described
as dark, deep, cave, shiny mineral chiptune. His elaborate moody jams and use of FM synthesis
lead to a unique sound that's sure to both open minds and make you want to dance.

Nikola Whallon
In the year 199x, Nikola was born of two dragons into the age of the SNES. His love of SNES, N64, and Gameboy music would have such a great impact on the child's life that when he came of age, these feelings of love and nostalgia would fuse and give birth to music that has the power to bring out the child in anyone. From classic video game music to modern pop, his Gameboy knows no bounds, and loves to party on the dance floor.

Affil: Datafruit / Merryworks / Reactionary
Rapid-Fire-Amen-Infused-Mashcore Federally Certified to Crush Any Party, Graz is here to take you to Bootleg Babylon. His glitched out high-speed rave renditions of radio’s yesteryear are the perfect blend to get any crowd bobbing. Prepare for the true sounds of the plunderground.

Anthony Graziano aka Graz is a Seattle local musician and graphic artist. He has been an avid electronic music producer since early 2001. He has dabbled in many different dance music genres with the main focus of adding a plunderphonic spin to anything he touches.

Earlier Event: May 1
Art Walk
Later Event: May 9
Honey Noble and Neil Welch