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Conspirator & Break Science
Break Science
Conspirator
Feb 14, 2013 at 8:00 PM
The WorkPlay Theatre
Birmingham, AL
Ticket sales ended Feb 15, 2013 12:00 AM. Additional tickets may be available at the box office.
Ditch the date to dubstep with your friends!

Tickets on sale now! Bar opens at 4pm and doors open at 6:30 if sound check is complete. This is an 18+ show!
Note: a $3.00 charge will be collected at the door from all ticket holders under the age of 21. No one under 18 will be admitted without someone 18+ with them. Tickets are General Admission and seating is first come first serve to 21+.
Music
Ticket Prices
General Admission
$18
Event Schedule
Break Science
8:00 PM
Conspirator
9:00 PM
Break Science | 8:00 PM
The Brooklyn based electronic duo, Break Science kick off 2012 with the release of their second EP entitled Monolith Code (Pretty Lights Music). As seasoned producers and touring veterans, Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee have produced and performed with everyone from The Fugees, Wu Tang Clan, and Talib Kweli, to reggae Lee Scratch Perry and Miles Davis collaborator, John Scofield. On Monolith Code, Break Science evokes a wide spectrum of electronic genres filtered through a musician's lens, all while moving people spiritually AND on the dance floor.

"Monolith Code is the innate message we have to decipher to get to the next step in our evolution" says Lee. "The monolith represents a transition into a higher level of consciousness. A spark that initiates us to consider wider possibilities and ideas. The code is the system to express this transformation. Containing information from the past, present and future, it holds the key to unlock our potential as spiritual beings."

Adam Deitch describes the musical process behind the record. "We understand that to bring our vision to life, we have to spend just as much time on the programmed elements as we do on the live elements. Our goal is to blend these elements seamlessly, so everything comes together in an organic way. Our music is layered with different frequencies and sonic textures so it becomes something you can listen to multiple times and STILL hear new elements you might have missed the first time. We are influenced by everything from hip-hop and glitch, to jazz, soul, vinyl drum breaks and dub. We like certain elements of dubstep and drumstep (especially that BASS) and try to incorporate that sound in a fresh, new way."

Break Science is poised to make their biggest mark yet onto the burgeoning livetronica scene. Joining forces with a movement of new electronic artists on the Pretty Lights Music label, this potent duo will continue to push the boundaries of modern music. more >>>
Conspirator | 9:00 PM
ROCKING THEIR WAY ONTO YOUR STEREO, THE DANCE FLOOR AND YOUR HEARTS:
CONSPIRATOR (FEATURING MEMBERS OF THE DISCO BISCUITS) CONTINUE TO SUPPORT RECENT ALBUM RELEASE OF UNLOCKED: LIVE FROM THE GEORGIA THEATER WITH CLUB AND FESTIVAL TOUR

Conspirator features Aron Magner and Marc Brownstein (The Disco Biscuits keyboardist and bass player) as an outlet to channel their electronic mad scientist personae. Formed in 2004, Conspirator has worked with a variety of talented musicians, with Magner and Brownstein being the founders and mainstays. With the recent permanent addition of virtuoso guitarist Chris Michetti, and with the tremendously talented KJ Sawka (Pendulum) as the band’s touring drummer, Conspirator has reached another level in its constantly evolving dance/rock fusion.

Unlocked – Live from the Georgia Theatre (released April 10, 2012 on SCI Fidelity Records) captures the spirit of these true genre blenders. Recorded 10.06.2011 at the historic Georgia Theatre in Athens, GA and featuring Mike Greenfield from Lotus on drums, Unlocked is a collection of electronic rock bliss – delving, twisting and diving effortlessly between house, dub-step, drum and bass, and electro.

Recent press accolades for the new album include Guitar Player (“Pulsating grooves and synth bleeps … Nile Rodgers-approved funk, technically demanding fuzz melodies, blues-rock wailing, and full-on speed-picked shred,”) Jambands.com (“(Unlocked) demands to be played from start to finish; ride this trip until there’s nothing left to ride,” and the Aquarian Weekly (“The way they seamlessly mesh together great rock and electric sounds makes me want to hear more from these guys.”).

2011 was a seminal year for the group with groundbreaking performances at the Ultra Music Festival, Nocturnal Festival, Electric Forest Festival and Camp Bisco 10 as well as sold out shows at the Gramercy Theatre in NYC, Pearl Street in Northampton, MA, the Fox Theater in Boulder and the Bluebird Theatre in Denver. As a full band, the music is hitting new highs and killing in the live show. With the addition of an arsenal of new material, more crowds across the nation have begun to embrace this remarkable outfit.

Yes, it is the Year of the Dragon but barring the Mayan prediction coming true for 2012, this should be Conspirator’s year as well. more >>>