1320 Records S.F. Showcase STS9, Flying Skulls, Nalepa Dub

1320 RECORDS AND ArtNowSF PRESENT
1320.SF ~ A 1320 RECORDS SHOWCASE ON THURSDAY, APRIL 1ST
FEATURING MEMBERS OF STS9, NALEPA DUB ORCHESTRA, THE FLYING SKULLS
VIRTUAL BOY, SAVAGE HENRY & KNOWA KNOWONE

The Flying Skulls
1320 Records & ArtNowSF have announced the first ever 1320 Records showcase, 1320.SF. This inaugural event will take place Thursday, April 1st at Temple in San Francisco and will feature 1320 artists including David Murphy & David Phipps of STS9, Nalepa Dub Orchestra, The Flying Skulls, Virtual Boy, Savage Henry and Knowa Knowone as well as visuals by Kevlar. In addition to seasoned veterans STS9, these local 1320 artists represent the crème de la crème of the up-and-coming electronic music scene.

The intention of the 1320 Showcase is to celebrate music, bring to light local talent, and build an ever-expanding community and musical support system. Look for more 1320 Showcases around the country in 2010.

STS9's boutique record label, 1320 Records (thirteentwenty) is STS9's passion for music manifested, and it is quickly becoming the go-to digital label for in-the-know music addicts in search of new listening, and for underground indie artists looking to be heard.

This growing self-sufficient label, which recently released STS9's 2009 studio effort Ad Explorata, delivers offerings hand picked by the members of STS9 including upcoming releases by John Hughes, Alex B, and Eliot Lipp.

Thursday, April 1st @ 9 p.m.
Temple
540 Howard Street, San Francisco
Ages 21+ Welcome

For more information and to purchase tickets please visit: sts9store.com/Store/ChooseTicket.aspx?sid=10341.

http://www.1320records.com

[Published on: 3/10/10]

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