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FREE 420 PARTY ft KIDNAP KID (LIVE) + GOTH TRAD (LIVE)

1015 Folsom

Sunday, April 20, 2014 at 9:00 PM - Monday, April 21, 2014 at 1:00 AM (PDT)

San Francisco, United States

FREE 420 PARTY ft KIDNAP KID (LIVE) + GOTH TRAD (LIVE)

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All events are 21+ | Valid ID required | Free Entry ONLY with Print at Home Ticket
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Event Details

Pedro Abulu, Fools in the Night, Outlook Festival, & 1015 Folsom present

A FREE 420 CELEBRATION!

featuring

KIDNAP KID live

GOTH TRAD live

with support from

CROSSTALK // SEAN LITTLE
DJ IMANI // KOOL KARLO
BOGL // CHRIS CLOUSE // DROME


OFFICIAL OUTLOOK FESTIVAL
LAUNCH PARTY

FREE WITH RSVP

SUNDAY APRIL 20TH / 9P-1A / 21+ ONLY

FREE WITH RSVP FOR THE FIRST 420 PEOPLE
$10 AT THE DOOR AFTER FIRST 420

*no backpacks allowed*
*entry valid with a print at home ticket ONLY*

 

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Kidnap Kid on Soundcloud

 

KIDNAP KID

Kidnap Kid made his name with a string of successful singles, with debut ‘Vehl‘ on Black Butter going on to receive the accolade of US iTunes ‘Best Electronic Song of 2012‘. Follow up ‘So Close‘ racked up over 100k plays on Soundcloud in just one week, and summer anthem ’Survive‘ went straight to the top of the Hype Machine charts. These bonafide club favorites, alongside official remixes for Disclosure, Emile Sande and Rudimental among others, have seen him rack up a 1.4 million strong following on Soundcloud.

 

Kidnap Kid returns with a new single ‘Stronger‘, which sees Matt Relton apply his singular touch to a six-and-half-minute dark and emotionally charged house epic. Highlighted by expressive piano chords and a haunting vocal refrain, ‘Stronger’ displays the deft musical instincts and production flourishes that have singled him out as one of the UK’s hottest up and comers.

 

Things continue full steam ahead in 2014, having just come off a European tour supporting Disclosure in Europe and Matt prepares for a sixteen date US tour supporting Rudimental, TEED, AlunaGeorge & Disclosure. Following a UK run in April as main support to Clean Bandit the summer will see him gracing the festival tents of Glastonbury, Parklife, Hideout and Miami Winter Music Conference, with more dates TBC.

 

With support coming from both radio and club tastemakers and a loyal and supportive fan base, ‘Stronger‘ sees Kidnap Kid raise the stakes ever higher, promising big things for him in 2014.

 

 

 

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Goth-Trad on Facebook
Goth-Trad on Soundcloud

 

GOTH-TRAD

A unique producer with a unique style, Goth-Trad has emerged from the Japanese electronic scene in the last few years as one of the most arresting artists from his generation. Freely playing samplers, keyboards and even self-made instruments, ‘The Sound Originator’ Goth-Trad creates remarkable dance music with an abstract approach. From abstract electronica to noise, from dub and reggae to jungle and rave music, grime to dubstep, Goth-Trad has always experimented and in the process developed his own unique style: blending influences and delivering music that is constantly evolving.

 

Goth-Trad started making music in 1998, experimenting on his own at first before eventually forming the Rebel Familia unit in 2001 with Takeshi ‘Heavy’ Akimoto (ex-member of Dry & Heavy, a legendary Japanese dub and reggae act).

 

From 2001 to 2004 Goth-Trad burst out of the Tokyo underground and put his name on the map with his first European tour, the release of his first solo album, ‘Goth-Trad I’, showcasing his amalgamation of sounds and influences developed over the years, and by opening for The Mars Volta during their 2004 Japanese tour. His second album, ‘The Inverted Perspective’, was released in January 2005, focusing on the improvisational live style he had been developing in recent years. A style he would continue to refine to this day. In March he played in Korea and in the summer established a new style called ‘Mad Rave’. ‘Mad Rave’ is Goth-Trad’s own take on dance music, refined and musically distilled through years of work.

 

Goth-Trad continued to develop and refine ‘Mad Rave’, creating music which would soon find a growing appreciation amongst the dubstep community, in the UK and abroad. An appreciation and interest started by a single track taken from his third album - ‘Back To Chill’. The track would soon become synonymous with dubstep and Japan, as Goth-Trad launched the country’s first monthly dubstep night in 2006, rightfully entitled ‘Back To Chill’. The track, influenced by the grime sounds emerging out of London in the early 2000s, finally saw a vinyl release 2 years after its conception, on the UK label Skud Beats.

 

He debuted on UK labels Skud Beats and Deep Medi Musik, with two 12” releases that quickly sold out; Rebel Familia released a new album, including collaborations with legends Arie Up and Max Romeo, and toured the release. He opened for Mala during the Japanese leg of the DMZ tour, played alongside Skream in Tokyo, toured Japan with Noize Creator and toured the country again alongside Kode 9 and The Bug.

 

In the UK he was invited by Mala to play at the now legendary DMZ night. He became the first artist to play a live show at the event, showcasing his own take on the sound pioneered by so many of the DJs and producers who have appeared on the bill in the past. His eclectic and varied live show received an exceptional reception from the crowd, showing how far his sound had travelled since he started more than ten years ago. Whilst in London he performed live on Hatcha & Crazy D’s dubstep show on Kiss 100FM, one of the capital’s leading radio stations. He also appeared on the Boomnoise & Pokes show, on Sub FM. In Holland he performed alongside fellow Deep Medi Musik artists Mala, Quest, Hijack, Kromestar and Sgt. Pokes, once more receiving a warm reception. And in Belgium he appeared at another world-famous event,the ‘Breakcore Gives Me Wood’ party.

 

In the first half of 2008, he released two new 12”s on Skud Beats and Soul Jazz Records and toured Europe for the sixth and seventh time in February and May. And for the first time, he toured China in April and Australia in June. Back in Japan he continues his relentless live and studio work as well as fostering and showcasing new Japanese talent at his own BTC night. His music can also be heard on various multimedia projects, including soundtracks. As Hyperdub label head Kode 9 put it ‘Goth-Trad is a one-man army’, relentlessly working on spreading his music as far and to as many people as possible.

 

To date Goth-Trad has appeared live alongside such international and domestic artists as The Bug (Ninja Tune/Rephlex), Doc Scott (31 Recs), Digital Mystikz (DMZ), Kode 9 (Hyperdub), DEEP MEDi Crew (UK), DJ Ink (Renegade Hardware), DJ Craze, The Mars Volta, Mixologists, Limewax, DJ Krush, Ragga Twins, Mad Professor, Iration Steppas, Arto Lindsay, Toshinori Kondo, Mike Ladd, Fingathing (Ninja Tune), Buck 65, Skream (Tempa), DJ Zinc (Bingo / True Playaz), Bong Ra, Noiz Creator, DJ Baku, Boom Bip (Anticon), X&Trick, Com.A and more.

 

 


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