Giveaway: Audion @ The Regency Ballroom (Noise Pop)

You probably know him better as Matthew Dear, but soon you will know him as Audion. Glitch pop/electro-tech producer Matthew Dear repackaged his output as left-field house music auteur Audion for a career-retrospective album, Audion X, released last December. Now he's taking it on the road—along with a massive sound-responsive lightshow—for an experience dubbed "Subverticul". Matthew Dear Presents Audion : Subverticul (as it's being billed) is rolling through for Noise Pop on February 26. Wanna go? To enter for a chance to win tickets to see Audion's Subverticul at The Regency Ballroom, email with “Audion” in the subject line and your [...]

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Don't miss at TIMF 2012: Matthew Dear

There aren't many new adjectives to assign or much more praise to give when discussing dapper DJ/producer/front man Matthew Dear. Since his beginnings as co-founder of multi-level curator Ghostly International and its sister platform Spectral Sound, Dear has released four full-length albums, DJ'd and performed across the globe, and maintained a sleek performance style now synonymous with the musician's brand. When positioned at the DJ booth Dear is a force, but accompanied by a live band and microphone is where the talent comes full circle. Each release has seen an exploration of new sounds - everything from deep house to [...]

Upcoming free Clift Sessions: WATERS, Matthew Dear, Daedelus, Housse de Racket

WATERS – "California" (EMA Cover) The Clift Hotel continues to kill it with great free shows this month and next, starting with SF's WATERS and a DJ set by Extra Classic this Saturday, March 10th. Future shows include Matthew Dear on March 29th, Daedelus on April 7th, and Housse de Racket on April 14th. RSVP here to get on the list for these shows.

Live This Month: February 2012 — an audio guide through SF concerts this month (Podcast #270)

Live This Month: February 2012 (Podcast #270) In Live This Month, we sample some of the great local and out-of-town bands performing in the coming month in the San Francisco Bay Area. The twentieth installment of the Noise Pop Music Festival takes over a wide variety of local venues later this month -- and we'll be covering many of those shows -- but there are also plenty of pre-NP events worth checking out. Locally, two bands are seeing the release of records for which it feels like we've been waiting forever: the debut LP from ultra-catchy punks Terry Malts, and [...]

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