Local move-maker Peter Arko (a.k.a. EOTB, or Ears of the Beholder) will take over Noise Pop Festival’s Noise Pop-Up Party this Friday, February 15, introducing us to the latest in rising Bay Area beatmakers for the third year in a row. In the past, EOTB has showcased local artists such as Yalls, Kites Sail High, Spaceghost, Giraffage, Some Ember, and Shortcircles, and this year’s event welcomes four acts – Glenn Jackson, Natural Curves, Dailon, and Dutty Wilderness.
The evening’s opener, Seattle’s Dutty Wilderness, is a 90’s beatmaker homage by Reed Juenger, a member of Beat Connection. Following Juenger is Dailon, a recent addition to SF’s beatmaker scene, and local electronic producer Natural Curves. Stream tracks from Dutty Wilderness and Natural Curves, below.
Headliner Glenn Jackson (half of East Bay electronic pop duo James & Evander) closes out the night with a dance party, spinning a DJ set and offering up a taste of his debut solo effort. His brand new Morning Swim EP is out now on Ceremony. You’ve already heard the EP’s first single, “Save”, and you can stream the other two tracks below.
Visuals will be provided by Danny Firpo, with warm up DJ jams from EOTB for those who arrive early.
Glenn Jackson (DJ), Natural Curves, Dailon, Dutty Wilderness, EOTB (DJ)
Noise Pop-Up Shop
1772 Market Street
8pm, $5, 21+