RE:Turn Tuesdays Feat. Little People w/ Marley Carroll, VOLO, and Escapism (Late Set)

Euphonic Conceptions, Longevity & Mindbeam Productions Present

RE:Turn Tuesdays Feat. Little People w/ Marley Carroll, VOLO, and Escapism (Late Set)

Tue, April 2, 2019

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

Hodi's Half Note

Fort Collins, CO

$5 adv or before 10pm / $10 after 10pm / Under 21: $10 All Night /// Free before 9pm for text blast

Tickets at the Door

This event is all ages

$5 adv or before 10pm / $10 after 10pm / Under 21: $10 All Night /// Free before 9pm for text blast subscribers

Re:Turn Tuesdays
Re:Turn Tuesdays
A new series at Hodi's Half Note bringing you the tops acts in EDM, live art, visual production and more!
Mindbeam Productions
Mindbeam Productions
A donation based company that gives back 15% of its profits from events to the community. Specializing in professional visual effects and sound production.
Euphonic Conceptions
Euphonic Conceptions
Since 2006, Euphonic Conceptions has been dedicated to putting on events featuring fresh directions in music and art. The goal is to develop, support, and sustain culture that can birth groundbreaking artists and allow them and the community they represent to flourish.
Longevity Productions
Longevity Productions
Music: brings ones from diverse backgrounds into a realm of similar objective parallelism. Creates happiness or invokes emotional response. Overall bridges a gap unimaginable by many but for seen by few.

Longevity Productions is a company that thrives to bring you the best acts and all around musical experiences they can provide. Working with people in the local Northern Colorado community to bring art of all styles together. We focus on artist booking, artist management, promotion, and event facilitation.

It was launched by Bri Long in September of 2017. With the help of her community and friends around her, her dream and love of music has finally manifested into a career.

Current booking roster:
Elctrx | TwoScoops | Genetic Concepts | Cezbot
Bass Prophets | Dj Wadada | Pitta Patta | Jimeni
Little People
Little People
You wouldn’t think that growing up in the Swiss Alps in the 90′s would be the best place to be exposed to some of New York’s best underground hip hop. However anglo-swiss producer Laurent Clerc, AKA Little People, argues he couldn’t have been in a better place. Thanks to the forward thinking programming of Laurent’s local radio station and a DJ with his finger on the pulse of a golden age in the making in New York – Laurent’s musical education in all things hip hopwas of the highest order. An old Mac and a stack of old LPs were mere catalysts for Laurent to try and emulate the sounds from across the pond.A subsequent move to the UK introduced electronica to his broadening taste and influenced his own sound. Then followed work soundtrackingshort films and theater productions which added a cinematic element to his repertoire. Following a disheartening stint doing some production work for a Paris based hip hop label convinced Laurent that he should be doing things on his own terms. A self released EP led to being picked up by Illicit Recordings in London – through which “Mickey Mouse Operation” was eventually released. This was 2006 andhis debut album only made a very modest splash. Over the subsequent years, however, it turned into something of a sleeper ‘hit’ – gathering fervent support in the US and slowly climbing the US iTunes electronic chart in the process. Little people’s sound is part beats, bleeps and snippets of other people’s music. Stemming from hip hop, it effortlessly combines warm synths, intricate melodies and string arrangements. The cinematic quality of his sound led to his music being used on CSI and other shows in the US and UK.
Marley Carroll
Marley Carroll
Hailing from the misty mountains of Asheville, NC, Marley Carroll has been making waves as a thoughtful, sophisticated electronic producer with a penchant for melancholy melodies and warm, silvery vocals. Known as “the producer’s producer,” Carroll commands respect among his peers and a steadily-growing audience of fans. A classically trained pianist and percussionist, but never content to color inside the lines, he became the youngest ever to win the title of Best Scratch DJ for his home state of North Carolina – at 17. In the years since, he has never stopped evolving, undergoing a full transformation into a veteran producer, DJ, and dynamic live performer.

His self-produced 2007 debut album Melanaster was the result of meticulous bedroom alchemy, recalling a lost Radiohead LP submerged in ten feet of saltwater. The album’s sonic signature can be found somewhere between the beautiful haze of early ’90s shoegaze rock (My Bloody Valentine) and early 2000s IDM (Autechre, Squarepusher). Smeared, melancholy pop songs tethered to abstract electronic rhythms, or what NPR called “gorgeously subdued glitch-pop.”

In 2011, Carroll truly came into his own as a producer and live performer. He developed a solo PA set to bring a more raw and improvisatory vision of his music to live audiences, combining vocals, turntables, hardware controllers, and analog Moog synth. His onstage performances are exercises in understated talent that mix live vocals with stunning and unorthodox turntablist skills over a bed of sophisticated electronica. In 2012, he toured with forward-thinking producers like Shigeto, Dabrye, and Emancipator, and appeared at groundbreaking music festivals across the country (Moogfest, Decibel, Coachella). The galvanic dance floor energy of larger audiences infused his drum-driven 2012 EP R&S / Cedars, and its title track garnered a favorable feature from XLR8R. Steadily, national attention was building for Carroll’s unique style of subtle and compelling dance music.

In December 2013 he released Sings, a new full-length LP that combines the best of his recent instrumental work with his considerable skills as a songwriter. A densely propulsive electronic album rooted in forest imagery, Sings received universal critical acclaim, drawing praise from tastemakers like Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, Stereogum, Bandcamp and Impose Magazine. Sings was named NC’s Best Album Of 2013 by YES! Weekly.

“Marley Carroll is connoisseur of groove, a tastemaker with a diverse palette and great attention to detail. Gifted in the dark arts of composition, production and turntablism, Marley Carroll is a veteran in the making.” - Emancipator

Marley Carroll is currently unsigned. He releases music via Melanaster Records, a self-run label.
Volo
Volo
Oliver Brusca – aka VOLO – is a young producer currently residing in Denver, Colorado. His music embodies everything that is triumphant in nature, blending world instruments, ethereal soundscapes, and driving synths. His tracks defy genres and constraints, oscillating between orchestral, future bass, house, and Trip-Hop. By crafting this multi-layered music, VOLO leaves his fans discovering new sounds and details every listen. “Drifter”, the latest offering from Denver solo artist Volo, visits the ears like a muted spring rainstorm. Healthy doses of both pulsating hip hop and smooth house are shaped by substantial infusions of world instrumentation. Admirers of Odesza, CloZee, and Bonobo will enjoy a sense of gratification within the blend of textured, retro yet futuristic intonation throughout. Though the five-track EP is his heftiest release yet, the character and spirit radiating from start to finish gives high hopes for Volo’s future contributions to electronic music.
Escapism
Escapism
Ambient
Electronica
Sound Collage
Mind Music
Dream Pop
Indie
Colorado based experimental solo artist who uses natural and technical blends, creating vivid, untraditional, scene changes that evoke imagination and exploration into deep thought.
Venue Information:
Hodi's Half Note
167 N College Ave
Fort Collins, CO, 80524
http://www.hodishalfnote.com/