Friday, April 15, 2011

Pleasure Boat Records showcase tonight at DROP!

Show And Tell co-host Naturebot's Pleasure Boat Records has a ginormous label showcase this evening at Lo-Fi! From the Innerflight crew:

Tune In, Turn On, DROP

3rd Fridays @ LoFi Performance Gallery
Lofi Performance Gallery
429 Eastlake Avenue East

9pm - 3am
$10 @ Door

Showcasing TWO rooms of expansive electronic music every month until 3 AM.
from your friends at Innerflight

Main Room:

MONTY LUKE (Planet E, Mothership)

JON MCMILLION (NuEarth Kitchen)


Front Room:

Pleasure Boat Records Showcase

NATUREBOT (Album release!)

POTATO FINGER (Album release!)





***Couch Surfer Art Show***

Monty Luke Bio:

Monty Luke brings a funky, stripped down and eclectic sound to underground dance music. Born in Brooklyn and raised in Los Angeles, his background stands as the genesis of the broad musical scope he showcases as both DJ and producer. After gaining experience up and down the west coast, Monty moved to the San Francisco bay area where he settled into a solid career; regularly collaborating with crews such as Friends & Family, Pacific/Sunset, Green Gorilla, Stompy, and [Kontrol].

In 2002, Monty began his career as a producer when he released “What U Feel” alongside Sam Urton under the Loopwreckas moniker. That release was quickly picked up by Dubtribe’s Imperial Dub label. Following a short hiatus, Monty then teamed up with Stompy Hi-Fi resident DJ Tasho and dropped the instant classic, “Paranoid,” which became the second release on Mothership Music. A favorite amongst DJ’s and ‘those that know,’ Monty has continued to set the bar high for himself and his listeners, melding an upfront, electronic jack tracks mix style with an ear for the dance floor.
In mid 2008, Monty made a move to Detroit, Michigan to work with his mentor, techno legend Carl Craig. As Craig’s right-hand man at Planet E Communications, Monty was able to receive the right kind of freedom and encouragement that led him back into the studio to produce “Panik Attack,” his mighty follow-up to “Paranoid.”
In 2010, Monty remains focused on bringing that raw, eclectic jack music to the world through both his DJ sets and original productions. The future is now.

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