Eli Brown, Dateless

Eli Brown

Dateless

Michael Bricker, BRi

Fri · August 10, 2018

Doors: 10:00 pm / Show: 10:00 pm (event ends at 4:00 am)

$10.00 - $60.00

This event is 21 and over

Eli Brown
Having emerged from the shadows of Bristol’s fabled drum and bass scene, Eli Brown has rapidly established himself as an artist of real distinction in the house world, with his singularly sinister, twisted records having made an immediate impact. Repopulate Mars, ViVA Music, Toolroom and more have all recognised Brown’s raw, sometimes caustic talent: if you’re looking for dance music with character, you’re in the right place.

Having moved with enviable ease between these two distinct musical scenes, Eli Brown’s talent in merging the weighty Bristolian bass lines of his D&B past with the classic vocal hooks and caustic synth melodies of house music has been a runaway success, with his unique take on club music already finding its place as a dancefloor staple.

With such an assured house catalogue already under his belt its easy to forget that Brown is a newcomer to the scene, having only made his debut in December 2016 with Can You Feel It / Acid Test on Skream’s Of Unsound Mind imprint – an artist who knows more than most the challenges of switching between genres. This debut outing led to both a follow up EP Got The Power EP in April 2017 as well as a collaboration with Skream himself on Lagos.

With labels like Steve Lawler’s Viva Music (3am EP May 2017), Toolroom Records and Lee Foss’s Repopulate Mars championing Brown, he continues to both gain support from established figures in the house world and find his music resonating with fans: his 2017 track Sumatra released on Toolroom in late 2017 was one of the biggest selling tracks of the year.

Airplay of 4/4 sub-bouncer 'Acid Test' from BBC Radio 1 tastemakers Annie Mac and Monki, and A-list DJs Groove Armada, Leftwing & Kody and Solardo on Rinse FM have further enhanced the standing of Brown and his music, with the result that labels are now falling over themselves to sign his records. The first few months of 2018 along sees releases with Lee Foss’s Repopuate Mars, Green Velvet’s Relief, Solardo’s Sola and elrow: an impressive roll call by anyone’s standards

February 2018 also see Brown make his debut at arguably the world’s greatest club fabric, an incredible endorsement given his relative newbie status in house music and further proof – if any was needed – that he is right at the cutting edge of electronic music. If you’re not already on Eli Brown’s runaway train, you’d better act quickly.
Dateless
Dateless
Nothing less than a rhythm junkie, this hopeless romantic’s productions most notably feature groovy Latin percussion sections accompanied by irresistibly funky basslines. With an ability to hear extremely precise rhythm, Dateless separates himself from countless artists with his ability to intentionally create imperfect grooves. These subtle imperfections create the illusion that his music is being played by live instrumentalists, an element that does not go unnoticed by devout fans and artists alike.

On stage he has an infectious energy that exudes passion and flair. His overly confident manner enables him to be in complete control of the crowd, comparable to that of a conductor guiding the musical performance of his orchestra. Ultimately his immense passion for music and extreme desire to be placed on the main stages of the biggest festivals results in timeless dance music that is sure to be heard around the world.

Keep an eye and ear on this space because Dateless music is destined to echo in eternity.
Venue Information:
Halcyon
314 11th St.
San Francisco, CA, 94103