Event Archive - NTSC Record Release party w/: Vincent Parker, Spark, , , the Square Root of Evil, , Kid Lithium,
Thu. October 28th 2004 @ Canada - 252 E 1st Ave. (All Ages)
10 - 3
Presented by: NTSC, New Forms Festival
NTSC Record Release party for "the War on Drukqs" - remixes of Aphex Twin by 15 local producers.
252 E 1st Ave.
252 E 1st Ave.
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Vincent Parker (Electro Crunk)
Vincent Parker may be a dance electronic act, but he is by no means a DJ. With his own instantly recognizable style he thrives in live performance. He is known to audiences for a crazy live show full of hyped psyched-out grooves, sweat, singing, stage moves, wild dancing, and the occasional lost shirt. more info
2004 North American Laptop Battle champion. Matt Willox, the prolific Vancouver British Columbia-based n5MD artist had his start on mp3.com where he debuted the first real Spark track, "Are We Happy People?" It was at this point in his life that he discovered his true sound; to create uniquely mangled yet melodically destructive electronics. Alw... more info
the Square Root of Evil (Weird and danceable electronic)
Composing since 1999, playing out since 2004, the Square Root of Evil (aka Jen Pearson) has been featured on over half a dozen compilations on US, UK & Canadian labels including Toast and Jam's "We Bore 2" and Uncharted Audio's "Idea Hoard Uncut". She has released two EPs, "Chirping Data" out on Belladonna (http://belladonnarecords.cc/), and "Kille... more info
Kid Lithium (Head Bopping Hip Hop)
Thoughtful lyrics and macabre beats are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Kid Lithium. A native of Vancouver, British Columbia, Lithium had a creative and musical upbringing. His grandfather was an accomplished trumpet player who established himself in the smoky jazz clubs of the 40's and 50's. Rather than following in his grandfathers ... more info
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