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An-ten-naeambient, dubstepSoohanexperimental, psychedelic

Friday Oct 7, 2016

407 Central Ave NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102

Phone: 505-242-4900
Website: Click to Visit



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Digital Desert is pleased to present a special tour with an-ten-nae and SOOHAN..!



An*Ten*Nae is one of San Francisco’s most sought after electronic live performers. He has taken the art of live remixing to new heights with his own customized setup, that bends genres in ways seldom heard. His sound is called Acid Crunk, and there are no rules, no restraints, just dance music at the bleeding edge.

An*Ten*Nae is a low frequency emitter transmitting and remixing music on the fly, giving him the ability to transcend above the constraints of music rigidity and transmit bass heavy, crunked out beats of the highest order. HisGenre bending, “Acid Crunk compilations” have set the standard and has defined an era with over 1,000,000 downloads to date. Acid Crunk Vol. 2 maintained the # 1 seller in Dubstep, Electronica and Chillout genres simultaneously on Beatport while also having all 14 tracks in their respective genre top 10. His recent debut Album Raindrops on Roses has set a new bar for An-Ten-Nae giving him a top 10 Album in the electronica section on Itunes, and numerous top 10s on various sites acrooss the globe. In 2014 An-Ten-Nae joined forces with Releece to create the Dimond Saints. This duo is redfining bass music and taking dace floors by stom.

“An-ten-nae goes for the lowest, loudest bass on this reworking of the track "Hold the Line," which also features Santigold on vocals.” - XLR8R

“He produces the kind of stinkin' Bass heavy beats that make you nod your head so hard it gives you a concussion. ” & “He's come up with probably our favourite name to describe the sound so far, infact from now on it is Acid Crunk.” - Chrome Kids

"This Oakland/San Fransico based producer has been on the game for over 10 years, starting out producing everything from electronica, to breaks, to dubstep; and creating his own staple in the bass music realm dubbed “Acid Crunk”. He is what we call a “Trendsetter” in the world of Bass Music." - Run The Trap


SOOHAN has returned with his third full length album “SOOHAN- Global Gate 808.” His first two albums became an immediate internet sensation, garnering over 550K this year alone. The widespread popularity of both albums earned SOOHAN his first national tour and sets at 11 different music festivals in 2015, including sets at Camp Bisco, Infrasound Equinox, Great North a main stage set at Camp Question Mark’s Emissions West Coast Bass Festival. For 2016, he has already been confirmed for Sonic Bloom and Lucidity Festival.

The tracks on Global Gate 808 pay homage to the mighty 808 kick and utilize a unique and extensive sample selection that make SOOHAN’s work truly memorable. He takes us on a multi-faceted journey across the globe, pulling from the traditional music of various cultures and from the depths of our nostalgia. His unique sound sets him apart from many popular bass music acts, and has earned him a cult following across the US. Where else are you going to find trapped out Turkish folk music? Do yourself a favor and press play.


Support from locals Kalling & Deja this will be an intimate night of sexy music with great basslines.


Tickets will be available at La Underground and online at Flavorus starting Friday September 9th at 12pm


21+ Community


Doors at 8pm

See also: Show Up!


Courtesy of the artist

Hip-hop popularized the term DJ, introducing playback gear and effects appropriated from genres like house music and urban happenings that featured “Jamaican Sound Systems” to clear its path to pop culture glory. More specifically an intensive on continuous cross-fertilization, disparate genres continue to be mutually influential. Such climactic crossovers are likely to be lively when An-Ten-Nae, a San Francisco DJ who calls his work “Acid Crunk,” performs at Sister (407 Central NW) on Friday, Oct. 7. An-Ten-Nae’s glitch-ridden, sparse but spacious take on electronica freely borrows from hip-hop vocalization and dubstep bass styles while incorporating an overarching beat that implores listeners to dance ecstatically. Sample-based sonic experimentalist Soohan and Kalling and Deja provide support. Advance tickets cost $12 at LA Underground; showtime is 9pm (21+).

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