San Francisco producer Al Lover not only churns out psychedelic beats on the regular, but he’s also apparently an aficionado of space exploration. Yep, Mr. Lover took note of the recent news that the European Space Agency’s Rosetta space probe had picked up a mysterious “song” from Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko – the same comet which was the scene of the first-ever soft landing on a comet just a day later when Rosetta successfully dispatched its Philae lander – and then he remixed that “song” into a dubbed-out seven-minute adventure to the far reaches of the universe.
Listen to Al Lover’s “Singing Comet Dub” and the original singing comet below. Then catch details of his December 3 show at Brick & Mortar with Li Xi, BPos, and Face Tat, when the latter act will be celebrating the release of their new “Phantom Creeps” 7-inch single featuring Al’s techno remix on the b-side.
Li Xi, Al Lover, Face Tat, BPos
Brick & Mortar Music Hall
December 3, 2014
8pm, $6–9 (18+)