Eliot Lipp feat. Virtual Boy and Bostone at Harper’s Ferry


Eliot Lipp
Lipp remains one of today’s biggest hip-hop electronic producers, moving crowds with his West Coast mix of bass and melody-blending electro-funk, acid, fusion, and italo disco. His latest album “Peaceloveweed3d” is one of those records that you can press play and not stop grooving to from start to finish.

Virtual Boy New on the scene, Virtual Boy (Henry Allen and Preston Walker) are new additions to 1320 Records. “Hotwiring naughty synth lines and dancefloor-crushing beats with elegant harmonic textures and twisted, pop-cultured hooks, Virtual Boy craft a grimy, cinematic sound all their own on the group’s debut EP “How Long Does It Take To Get To Space?,” dropping soon on 1320 Records. But even before Virtual Boy had an official release, taste-making DJs spanning packed clubs to BBC Radio were spinning their atmospheric bangers, which owe as much to Bach and Mozart as they do to Justice, evoking Air as much as Virtual Boy’s heroes-in-glitch Nosaj Thing and The Glitch Mob.”1320 Records

Bostone The newly formed local DJ/drummer duo Bostone (Alex Krall and Ara Morton) pairs funky live acoustic beats with a heavy-hitting but soulful Glitch/Trip Hop/Dubstep repertoire. Composed of many different tastes, Alex has been able to establish himself as one of the first to bring the West Coast based hyphy glitch-hop music culture to Boston, New England and New York.

Brought to you by JMP Live
Doors 8pm/ Show 9pm
Harper’s Ferry, Allston

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