Sat, Jul 08|
The Lumber Exchange
TSURUDA, MYTHM, IMPASTA, ADAME & More - The Lumber Exchange
Time & Location
Jul 08, 2023, 8:00 PM – Jul 09, 2023, 2:00 AM
The Lumber Exchange, 10 S 5th St #300, Minneapolis, MN 55402
About the event
Tsuruda, Mythm, Impasta, Adame + more TBA
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Saturday, July 8th || 8pm || 21+
Los Angeles bass producer Tsuruda is a classically trained musician who blends experimental hip-hop with avant-garde electronics. Today, he stands at the upper echelon of bass music
culture with one of the most impressive bodies of work in independent electronic music. His discography includes releases on labels like Team Supreme, Division Recordings, Darker
Than Wax and 1985 Music, plus remixes for Noisia, The Glitch Mob and more. An in-demand live act, Tsuruda is known for his mind-bending sets. He’s performed at EDC Las Vegas, Electric Forest, Shambhala Music Festival and more. In 2018, Tsuruda was handpicked as one of the select artists to close out the influential Los Angeles event series, Low End Theory.
Mikey Miele or better known as MYTHM, is a Dubstep and experimental bass music producer hailing from Vancouver, Canada who has quickly become a rising talent within the electronic
music scene. Taking inspiration from genres: Dubstep, Grime, Drum and Bass, Hip-hop and more, the Canadian artist has helped fortify the growth of Dubstep and bass music with his forward thinking productions since the inception of his project in 2019.
MYTHM has released his work on respected labels such as Artikal Music UK, Deadbeats, Deep, Dark & Dangerous, Wormhole, Wheel and Deal Records and has received support from the likes of renowned producers: J:Kenzo, Truth, Zed’s Dead, N-Type, Liquid Stranger, and Peekaboo, to name a few.
Combining years of craftsmanship and production knowledge with the humor of a certified meme lord, Impasta manages to acknowledge contemporary influences while tastefully building upon sounds reminiscent of jazz and hip-hop of the ‘90s welded with the wonders of experimental electronic music. Not only is Impasta’s sampling ability wonderfully satisfying, but the incorporation of humor and references to pop culture makes his songs feel relatable despite their uniqueness.
Music. Art. Culture.