LFTF & Interstellar Pig Present a Free Show in NYC Tonight
Posted by LFTF
High Vibes on a low budget
We here at LFTF firmly believe that nothing says summer like free shows, so before the fall months blow in tedious homework and sweater weather, we have decided to team up with The Interstellar Pig to present New York City with one last complimentary hoo-rah before summer’s end. The show is set for tonight from 10pm to 4am, at the venue No Fun on 161 Ludlow St. (just minutes away from the 2nd Ave. F train or Delancey St. J/M/Z). As for the talent, we have a massive line up set to smash it up, featuring four very unique artists who we feel comfortable calling the next crop of American dance artists set to blow up.
Jaw Jam, Tony Quattro, Dunes, and Branchez.
Below, get to know the artists and their music, and if you are in the NYC area, RSVP to the show here and take part in what is sure to be an amazing night in forward-thinking music.
If you frequent LFTF even in the slightest, than this should be a name you are more than familiar with by now. JAW JAM first popped onto our radar with his masterful and inherently tasteful remix work, and soon enough, it got to the point that we just had to do something with the 20-year-old. So this past July, we exclusively released his debut EP Untitled to great acclaim, gaining support from the likes of Ryan Hemsworth, MORRI$, Kastle, Baauer, and A-Trak. To this day, JAW JAM continues to be an unstoppable force, and the upcoming months see new releases from him through Tuff Wax and Symbols. This is only the beginning of a very long journey for our man JAW JAM.
Tony Quattro is an electronic music producer and DJ based out of the tri-state area. As a drummer and a former resident of the United Kingdom, his tunes are both inspired and influenced by percussion and UK bass music. His first single entitled “Break UP VIP” is out on Top Billin, his debut EP Out On the Floor on Sheffield’s Bad Taste Records, and he has support from the likes of Drop the Lime, Rudimental, Brenmar, Pasteman, Astronomar, and DJ Sliink, as well as Earmilk, LFTF, XLR8R and more.
Dunes has an upcoming EP coming out on Kastle's Symbols, a remix coming out on Freshmore, and forthcoming releases on the Broke City compilation (being put out by Gotta Dance Dirty).
Branchez, born and raised on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, grew up on Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder before later receiving Logic Express as a birthday present in high school. Indulging in the deep crescents of everything hip-hop, r&b, and dance, Branchez approaches production with a songwriter mentality, using different lyrical techniques to really push his ideas. Recent names such as Flosstradamus, SCNTST, and Kid Fresh have only further push the young man's mentality.