James Holden+Kassem Mosse+Om Unit+Silent Diane
You’d think James Holden’s fondness for the highs of trance and the obviousness of progressive house would make him unbearable, but the Oxford math wizard is smart enough to channel those tendencies into an engaging set that’s at once IDM-influenced and indie-friendly. Seeing mysterious Kassem Mosse in daylight might be a surreal experience: His raw, gritty house has made him Leipzig’s late-night master and found him unexpected but fitting homes on dubstep label Instra:mental and jungle incubator Metalheadz. With bass music from London’s Om Unit and witch house from Austin’s Silent Diane.
Sat., Sept. 1, 2 p.m., 2012
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