Chrome Sparks with Moon Diagrams, Lance Neptune, David Hamilton b2b K-Cap

10 PM / $12 / 18+
***Ages 18-20 by advance ticket only***
Tickets: http://bit.ly/CHROME115

$2 Natty Bohs until 11:30 PM

Chrome Sparks
https://soundcloud.com/chrome-sparks
https://twitter.com/chromesparks
https://www.facebook.com/chromesparks

Moon Diagrams
https://soundcloud.com/geonorth/moon-diagrams-scratch-the-snow-edit

Lance

Neptune
https://soundcloud.com/lanceneptune
https://twitter.com/LanceNeptune
https://twitter.com/LanceNeptune

Chrome Sparks is the solo project of Jeremy Malvin, a Brooklyn transplant from Pittsburgh by way of Ann Arbor. In 2014, after having self released a small handful of singles and two EPs on Bandcamp, Malvin signed to the taste making Sydney based label Future Classic. Under the new label, he rereleased Sparks EP and released the Goddess EP. His next EP, Parallelism is slated to be released with Future Classic on November 6.

Inspired by a background in classical percussion and an obsession with synthesizers, Malvin creates dazed, melodic beat-centric tunes that loosely hang between down-tempo head nodders and up-tempo club bangers. FADER has described his music as ‘form-shifting beats [that] seem to resonate with spaced-out chillers and hyperactive party kids alike’.

In 2012, while on Warped Tour as the drummer for Stepdad, Malvin released the slow burning, bass heavy single “Marijuana” on a Bandcamp compilation highlighting music from he and his friends in Ann Arbor. It quickly rocketed to #1 on Hype Machine and has since become an internet-stoner anthem. It has subsequently been rereleased by Future Classic and Kitsuné.

Malvin's next EP, 'Parallelism', will be released with Future Classic on 11/13. It was made using three synthesizers, vocal samples from friends, and a tambourine.

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1115 U St NW, 20009
Washington, District of Columbia
15 January , Friday 22:00

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