Esta, Elaquent, Nire, Cabo Blanco, Jason Scott, The Whooligan Sponsored By Singha Beer

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    Esta, Elaquent, Nire, Cabo Blanco, Jason Scott, The Whooligan
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  • Saturday February 8th 2 Floor Venue with PRIVATE Roof Access!!! Sound Engineered, Provided and Sponsored by Soundhouse Presented by Thousand Fathoms & Betteryet Anavy Our second edition of Thermocline + Open Bar courtesy of Red Bull & Singha Beer!!!! Featuring ~ ~Esta (Soulection) ESTA is a beatmaker’s beatmaker. An open-minded, loyal supporter of all music philosophies, ESTA maintains zero barriers in his meticulous method of danceable, yet sexy music making. Based in Southern California and part of Los Angeles-based imprint, Soulection, ESTA is a rising star within the future music ecosystem comfortably sitting at a nearly 40K worldwide following on Soundcloud alone. 2013 marked ESTA’s first appearances at both Coachella and the historic Low End Theory. Having played alongside folks like Gaslamp Killer, Sango, SoSuperSam, Mr. Carmack and Penthouse Penthouse while pulling inspiration from artists like Hudson Mohawke, J Dilla, Full Crate, M-Phases, Mos Def, Kanye West and Just Blaze, ESTA seamlessly fuses multidimensional genres into an atmospheric swing. ~Elaquent (HW&W Recordings) Canadian hip-hop sensation Elaquent returns with the Green Apples and Oranges EP—another vibrant exhibition of ahead-of-the-curve production and musicianship from one of the great young producers in the game. Following his excellent 2012 EP Parallel, the Guelph, Ontario-based artist says he sees this new collection as a diverse, challenging attempt at furthering his skills as a composer. In the past, Elaquent has described his own style as “wonky,’ highlighting his penchant for off-kilter rhythmic foundations and twisted samples of sounds and vocals that seem to buzz in and buzz out of frame. Green Apples and Oranges definitely "exercises a little more restraint". It has its melodies in check (check out “The Official”) while maintaining Elaquent’s gifts for keeping fans guessing (“Treehome 94’” could make you go crazy). It's infectious and catchy all right but this isn’t to suggest it’s no less challenging than the work he’s best known for. “I've always been very unapologetic regarding my sound, but I think a couple songs may catch a few people off guard,” says Elaquent. “Nevertheless, I'll let the people be the judge.” ~The Whooligan (Soulection) ~Nire (BETTERYET) ~Cabo Blanco ~Jason Scott (BETTERYET) ~Admission~ 18+ 20 adv. 25 at the door (comes with free drinks) LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE WALLPLAY 118 Orchard Street, New York, New York 10002 View Map · Get Directions
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