After his sold out performance here last December - Future Roots, YEGDNB and Funk Bunker are so proud present the return of the groundbreaking and genre defying artist...
SINISTARR [Detroit USA]
(Metalheadz/Hospital Records/Tectonic/JukeTrax/31Recs/Smog/Loose Squares)
Sinistarr is one of the leaders of the dance music new school, a triple-threat as a DJ/Producer/serial Remixer who's as well known for his forward-thinking beats as he is for nightclub domination. Representing Detroit, Sinistarr's attacking both headphones and dancefloors for 2015.
If you know drum and bass you know Sinistarr as a respected junglist who's dropped heavyweight tracks over the years on Goldie's Metalheadz imprint, Doc Scott’s 31 Recordings, Hospital Records, Architecture Recordings and Renegade Hardware. Recently though, the man's been everywhere, applying his signature style to diverse sounds like footwork, techno and house with releases and remixes on SMOG, Tectonic, Human Elements, Seclusiasis, Juke Trax, and Loose Squares that show him moving beyond dance music conventions and constantly reaching out to a new audience. He’s even joined on as a member of the seminal group Urban Tribe, a team led by Drexciya member Stingray313 who boasts Carl Craig, Moodymann, and Anthony ‘Shake’ Shakir as other contributors.
From gigs at South By Southwest in Austin, Ohm (Tresor) in Berlin, and the blue lagoons of Iceland, Sinistarr's been licking the envelope lately, and publications like URB, Vibe, Resident Advisor and Complex Magazine are taking note-- he is out in front.
Supporting talent TBA
| $10 advance, $15 at the door
| Online Tix available at Zoobis (RIGHT NOW)
| Will Call Tix avail from any of the Future Roots, YEGDNB or Funk Bunkercrews
| limited capacity
| 9910b 109 st
*if you are wondering why we no longer print hard copy tickets - it is an effort to reduce our waste footprint. In a world where online tickets are easier to use than ever before, and where we make will call tickets avail through crew members - it was an easy decision to eliminate a part of the paper waste we formerly created with every event.