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Blockhead with Arms and Sleepers and Mosart212

INFO
Thursday, December 19 2019
8:30 PM
doors at 8:00 PM
TICKETS
$12 advance
$15 day of show
$2 off for SPACE members
all ages
co-presented by
Monday of the Minds

Blockhead returns with a tour featuring special guests Arms and Sleepers and Mosart212, and showcasing music from his upcoming album Bubble Bath.

The first single ‘On The Bright Side’ is available now, along with the pre-order of Bubble Bath on both digital and vinyl formats: http://futurearchiverecordings.com/blockhead-bubble-bath

The internationally renowned NYC producer has released 10 albums over the past 15 years, including four acclaimed records for Ninja Tune and numerous production jobs including notable works with Aesop Rock. He is regarded as one of the modern masters of instrumental hip-hop, and the forthcoming new album sees him return to record-label-released music with the bold and exciting roster at Future Archive Recordings (co-founded by artists Arms and Sleepers, Sun Glitters, Little People and CNJR).

‘Bubble Bath’ is a record born out of meditative expression and ongoing personal creative challenge, key for a producer of BLOCKHEAD’s experience. Carried forward are the incredible hook and sample placement skills of classic works such as ‘Uncle Tony’s Coloring Book’ and ‘Music By Cavelight’, but what has emerged is an overwhelming sense of natural musicality and sophistication.

“I want the music I make to be unaffected by outside influences. I like the idea of working in a bubble… …When I have to describe what I do, to someone,  it’s always a little awkward because it starts as “I’m a musician” and as questions come back it gets broken down. “No, I don’t play any instruments” “No, I’m not trained in musical theory” “I make beats”. When it comes down to it, everything I do has always been guided by my ears and sensibility.”

This Friday, January 31st! Join us for the opening of Both Players Move with Jessica Hankey and Erin Johnson, two artists who blend theatricality and sight-specific video to blur the boundaries between individual lives and sociopolitical realities. 5:30-7p.