Music Ecology Presents: R/D w. Ali Berger, Professorpious & Furious Styles – Sept. 27th, 9PM

In honor of this special guest, Music Ecology will start an hour early at 9 PM.
$5 entry from 9 PM – 10:30 PM
$10 after 10:30
Get here early to take advantage of this offer.


R/D is is the musical creation of R.D. White, an LA-based electronic music producer and performer. Known for mixing crushing breaks with swirling indie rock melodies, R/D is part of a new generation of producers melding electro-hop and indie rock.

In addition to producing, R/D performs dynamic live sets as a musician, playing keyboards and controllers in real time to create the epic melodies, sweeping builds, catchy hooks, and massive drops that define his sound.

R/D gained widespread notoriety with his 2010 remix of Fever Ray’s ‘I’m Not Done’ – which reached #2 on Hype Machine with an unprecedented 27,000 listens in just 3 days. The title track from his ‘Face Of God EP’ again landed him in the top 3 on Hype Machine’s Twitter charts. His official remix of The Glitch Mob’s ‘Starve the Ego, Feed the Soul’ is the #1 download from the entire 2 volume remix compilation series ‘Drink The Sea Remixes′.

His recent success has landed R/D prime-time evening slots at Coachella 2010 & 2011. He has shared bills with Flying Lotus, Pretty Lights, Bassnectar, The Glitch Mob, Les Claypool, Cocoe Rosie, Caspa, Mala, Beats Antique, Mim0sa, and MartyParty to name a few. Fresh off his summer tour with The Glitch Mob, R/D is touring nationally to promote his new full-length album entitled ‘Liquid Heart Keeper’.

Support by:

Ali Berger:

Ali Berger is a producer, DJ, and live PA from Princeton, NJ, now living in Boston. His music is sometimes chilled out, sometimes heavy, but always glitchy, electronic, and above all, funky. His live shows incorporate on-the-fly mashups and remixes of his own original tunes, which range from glitch-hop to electrofunk to drum & bass. You can catch him rocking shows around Boston and on Lost in Bass on Glitch.FM every Monday night. Ali has a free EP and single out at and tracks forthcoming on several small but notable labels in the summer of 2011.

Professorpious (, Music Ecology):

Professorpious has been hooked on electronic music since the late nineties where he was drawn to the frenetic sounds of DnB as a young man. He bought some turntables found a warehouse and threw his first parties in late 2000. A brief trip to London in 2001 and a visit to Fabric nightclub provided the catalyst to switch styles from DnB to Breaks. Then in 2005 Pious attended Burning Man and heard Dubstep and Glitch Hop for the first time and instantly knew this was the sound of the future. Today you can hear anyone or all of these styles in a Pious set.
Currently Pious holds down residency at Lost In Bass every Monday on as well as at the Tuesday weekly Music Ecology.


Furious Styles (The Statesmen, Music Ecology):

Part of Boston-based DnB group The Statesmen as well as one of the masterminds behind Music Ecology, Furious Styles is known to explode the dancefloor with his beats that’ll make adults and children lose control.

Visuals by VJ Shmeejay

9 PM, $5 before 10:30 & $10 after 10:30, 21+

186 Harvard Avenue in Allston
“Harvard Avenue” stop on Green line B

Other upcoming events:
Heyoka & Futexture – Oct 4th
Science Factory & Lenore – Oct 11th.
Jeff Bujak & Eelko – Oct 18th
D.V.S* & Creative Common – Oct 25th

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