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Prefuse 73 at 1015 Folsom SF March 16th

Prefuse73 and Blockhead at 1015 Folsom

Prefuse 73 has been known for being one of the premier influences in the experimental hip-hop/electronic movement.  Combine some of the top electronic artists with a really amazing sound system and venue and you have a recipe for a good time.  For this reason, he has made it to our top choice for parties this evening in SF.

This event will go into the wee hours of morning, but make sure that you give it that little bit of extra sauce for St. Patty’s day weekend.  This weekend may leave you with a hangover you will want to forget, but an experience to remember.

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About the Artists


Prefuse 73 is the alias of Scott Herren, an experimental hip-hop producer whose material often features MCs buried in the mix to become more a part of the sonic texture than a focal point. Herren began his career working in commercial studios in Atlanta, but later went on to more experimental work. His first record under the Prefuse name, Vocal Studies + Uprock Narratives, not only buried but cut up and spliced raps as well as allowing some more straightforward vocals from several MCs. The 2003 follow-up, One Word Extinguisher, carried on in a similar vein. That same year, Warp released Extinguished: Outtakes — a fascinating EP of beats and samples that ran through 23 tracks in about 35 minutes.

Surrounded by Silence, the proper successor to One Word Extinguisher, was released in March of 2005, featuring collaborations with rappers Ghostface and Aesop Rock, plus Blonde Redhead and EL-P. Three months later, an EP of recordings made with the band the Books appeared, titled Reads the Books. The next Prefuse record, 2006’s Security Screenings, was relatively collaboration-free; it featured only two guests, Four Tet’s Kieran Hebden and Tunde Adebimpe from TV on the Radio. Preparations, featuring Battles drummer John Stanier on one track, followed in 2007, and Everything She Touched Turned Ampexian appeared in early 2009. Herren has also worked under his own name and that of Savath + Savalas and Delarosa & Asora. ~ Geoff Orens, All Music Guide
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Underground beat maestro Anthony Simon, better known as Blockhead, first lent his production hands in the mid-’90s to then up-and-coming MC Aesop Rock, who rose to indie rap prominence during the 2000s. Blockhead’s contributions to Aesop’s LPs were a big factor to the indie MC’s success, especially those from Aesop’s highly regarded Definitive Jux debut Labor Days (2001). Nevertheless, in the following years the New York producer garnered his own acclaim as an instrumental rap artiste, turning his sampledelic beats into brooding, trip-hop-like concoctions.
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FaltyDL is Drew Lustman outta New York City. He makes Garage and House music. Nostalgic tracks immersed in the old New York and Chicago sound yet creating a more subtle futuristic Big Apple version mashing together influences from hip hop, dubstep, UKG, soul, jungle, broken beats and electronica creating his own sound.
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