Thursday, February 10, 2011

Conspirator and Break Science Tonight at Silver Moon

Two touring live electronic acts play tonight at Silver Moon.

Posted By on Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 5:48 PM

In another last-minute booking of a national touring act, Silver Moon is bringing electro jammers Conspirator (featuring members of the Disco Biscuits) and live drum/programming act Break Science in for a groove-athon tonight.

The show is at 9pm and the cover is $15.

Conspirator is based out of Philadelphia and is comprised of Disco Biscuits members Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner, as well as Chris Michetti of the band RAQ. Live, they stew together a fiery mix of electronic and jam band sounds. I could continue describing what they do, but you might as well watch this video.

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Also on the bill is Break Science, an electro duo that features Adam Deitch on the drums. Deitch, if you've never heard him, is one of the finest and most dynamic drummers you'll hear. He's performed with John Scofield and plenty others, and is a solid producer who has worked with an array of hip-hop artists, including Jurassic 5, 50 Cent and frickin' Justin Timberlake.

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