Thriftworks - The Feather & The Sword Spring Tour

Brew City Bass Presents

Thriftworks - The Feather & The Sword Spring Tour

Payam Imani, ZeroGravity, Edamame

Sat, April 8, 2017

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

The Miramar Theatre

Milwaukee, WI

$15.00 - $60.00

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This event is 17 and over

Thriftworks
Thriftworks
Berkeley, California based producer Thriftworks offers his own uniquely original take on forward thinking electronic music, weaving eclectic samples and explosive modern bass that continually pushes the envelope while taking the art of beat-crafting to new heights. Garnering much praise from fans and critics alike with his steady stream of new material, Thriftworks is quickly becoming known as one of the finest up and coming experimental producers with his outside the box sound and unclassifiable style. Thriftworks' use of deep low-end and wall to wall synths seem to channel something ancient and mysterious, offering up an intoxicating musical high with an invigorating breath of fresh air. These sounds activate the senses, enrapture the mind, move the body and leave audiences begging for more.
Payam Imani
Payam Imani
ZeroGravity
ZeroGravity
Elevated Ambient Bass Music
https://soundcloud.com/zerogravitymusicmke
Edamame
Edamame
Hailing from Chicago, Edamame is the stage name of 27-year-old ambient electronic music producer Ed Harris. With sounds equally inspired by the great outdoors and the worldís divergent cultures, Ed's productions often teem with organic sonic textures personally field-recorded during his planetary exploration. Edamame has carved out his unique sound by synthesizing instrumental hip hop with downtempo melodies further informed by his deep love for world music. From his musical beginnings a trombonist, he became a nationally touring death metal vocalist before gradually growing out of screaming on stage. Ed made the 180-degree musical transition to creating what he in his own words describes as ìsongs that make you float,î nourishing a previously underserved love for ambient electronic music in the process. 303 Magazine describes Edís music as ìmore of an organic experience than emotion-provoking, [inviting] his listeners on a brainwave joyride.î Since starting in 2012, Edamame has played live to fans on both coasts as well as internationally, prompting music from his nine albums to score thousands of downloads in addition to airtime on radio stations around the world.
Venue Information:
The Miramar Theatre
2844 N. Oakland Ave.
Milwaukee, WI, 53211
http://www.themiramartheatre.com/