Africa Hitech+Sepacure+Mux Mool
Back in the ‘90s, Mark Pritchard (with Tom Middleton) had a rabid following as part of Jedi Knights. He's since bounced from ambient to jungle to broken beat, and now he's taking his cues from dubstep and juke and grime and dancehall and the world, not to mention partnering with J Dilla collaborator and vocalist Steve Spacek to concoct the Bug-esque "93 Million Miles" as Africa Hitech. Sepalcure's Travis Stewart (Machine Drum) and Praveen Sharma (Braille) channel bass music that's a bit more house-influenced than that of their fellow Brooklynitesyou'll hear vocals and emotions and everything, while Minnesotan Mux Mool conducts playful hip-hop experiments for sci-fi geeks on Ghostly and Moodgadget.
Thu., Nov. 10, 10 p.m., 2011
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