Producer, DJ, and electronic avant-pop artist Matthew Dear got his start in the Detroit techno scene in 1999. With glitchy synths and cloudy electro production, his music lingers in ambiguous territory, somewhere between dark and dancey, microhouse and harder techno. With one foot in Reznorian industrial murk and the other in Eno-esque ambient pop, Dear conjures up an unrelenting, hypnotic blend of sounds.
Thu., Feb. 21, 10 p.m., 2013
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