Please join us on Saturday, May 28th as we celebrate Drone Day with a raid train including some of our favorite awesome music friends!
All times are Pacific.
- 00:00 – NAP MONSTERS • twitch.tv/nap_monsters
- 10:00 – SPECTRIN • twitch.tv/spctrn
- 11:00 – DIGITONAL • twitch.tv/andydigitonal
- 13:00 – DROOPZILLA • twitch.tv/droopzilla
- 15:00 – CRABSUITLANDO • twitch.tv/crabsuitlando
- 16:00 – AHPOOK • twitch.tv/ahp00k
- 17:00 – PROEM • twitch.tv/proem__
- 18:30 – LOWKEY DOOM • twitch.tv/lowkeydoom666
- 20:00 – Skullzy • twitch.tv/skullzy_p
- 22:00 – LOWKEY DOOM • twitch.tv/lowkeydoom666
- 23:59 – GREYSTAR • twitch.tv/braindancenews
Lowkey Doom casts spells with choonz and always keeps u on ur toes.
Richard Bailey has been releasing electronic music under the pseudonym “Proem” since 1999. He has released a sizable collection of full lengths, ep’s, and various artist appearances for underground electronic labels such as n5md, merck, hymen, and toytronic.
Making sounds in one form or another since the late 90’s. Now broadcasting noise from the void on twitch. Electronics engineer. Programmer. Skull enthusiast.
Droops was a writer and former music editor for various music magazines back when electronic music was still mostly underground. He’s based in Chicago, and was a DNBID co-founder and Soul Foundation DJ. These days, he’s a friend to animals and houseplants; a product manager; avid reader; cyclist; and casual gamer. He’s always looking forward to sharing shelves of records, stacks of CDs, piles of cassettes, and hard drives full of tunes with you.
Noxmoderato is a PNW based multi-instrumentalist who likes to create haunting sounds and music. Nox, uses guitars, synthesizers, drum machines, and piano to craft these sounds. Follow the echoes most Saturday nights PST on Twitch.
TotoRobyn loves all things synths and swords. Based out of Boston, MA, she loves the exploration of electronic music. Primarily composes ambient and downtempo music, but can be found dabbling in various other genres like dance and chiptune.
New Zealand based Matt McKegg’s journey into fully live electronic music started in 2011 upon discovering just how difficult it was to perform music written on a computer in front of an audience. After a short detour speaking and performing internationally at tech conferences, he’s been keeping it local, playing many a house party and the odd summer festival. These days, using a modular / hardware synth setup sequenced by custom software running on a Raspberry Pi, he performs eartingle-infused analog techno bangers and the odd dancefloor nostalgia remix, created right there in the room on the spot.