Greenhouse Lounge is adept at merging rumbling dub bass lines with pumping electronica beats, breakbeat dynamics, bright emotional melodies met with smart and staggering sample manipulation, and some subtle guitar axe-wizardry. Their music can been described as euphoric; a hypnotic groove-based sound; tightly woven sonic soundscapes that are rich in melody and texture. Born of the new dawn of live electronica music that almost fuses jam, jazz, funk, breakbeats, as well as live dub step recently. Indeed a new frontier.
BioDiesel lies in razor-thin space between band and DJ, synthetic and human, man and machine. The duo is an inventive collaboration between Johnny Rabb and Clay Parnell. Modern electronic dance music has always been primarily about beats and basslines—and that fact is ever more present today. Naturally, when you take a world-class drummer and a celebrated bassist who are also passionate producers, the elements are there for a super-charged ensemble that shatters boundaries and dares to take the musical genres they explore to thrilling new places.
BioDiesel is coming on strong in 2011 and beyond. The first half of the year has seen performances in every time zone in North America, the release of the EPCarbon Confidential, which garnered favorable attention from Urb.com and other media, as well as some exciting collaborations with top artists in the scene. Before the year is out, they will have released a live album and toured as far away from home base as Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Malaysia.
Drumming legend Johnny Rabb—pioneer of the freehand technique—has performed and given clinics the world over. Recognized as an inventor, author, educator and the Original World's Fastest Drummer, he is able to execute his passion for live electronic music in ways that few (if any) others are able to effectively emulate.
Clay Parnell is known for his work with Brothers Past, the Join (featuring members of the New Deal) and Philabuster (featuring Korey Riker of the Roots), as well as holding down his own Philadelphia residency as Lo Life. Recently tapped as a consultant for The Bass Player's Bible in the styles of Drum n' Bass, House and Hip Hop, he is considered the go-to bassist in the Live Electronic genre.
Whether shaking a dance club to its foundation, blowing the doors off a theater or working a festival audience into a frenzy ... BioDiesel is the cutting edge of tangible electronic music.
SPACE JESUS Philly based EDM producer Jasha Tull has created an ever expanding and mind melting experience as Space Jesus. Exploring a multitude of EDM stylings and effectively branding each track with his own bass fueled, psychedelic, Hip-Hop flavor, Space Jesus delivers music that is undeniably fresh and consistently captivating. Jasha began producing music at age 16 with an initial focus on Hip-Hop, that eventually led to his fascination with the production of future-bass music. In 2011, Jasha released SPACE JESUS EP, which immediately brought him an incredible amount of followers throughout the East Coast. Quickly gaining recognition for his individuality, creativity, and high-energy live show, Space Jesus has been popping up all over the states, sharing the stage with incredible acts such as Zeds Dead, Conspirator, Ott, Two Fresh, Minnesota, The Polish Ambassador, Bluetech, Sugarpill, Gladkill, Archnemesis, and many more. Space Jesus has instantly become a mainstay of the electronic music festival scene, with appearances at The Magnetic Gathering and The Big Up in 2011. Hustlin' hard into the new year, Space Jesus shown no signs of slowing down.Keep your eyes peeled, or keep 'em shut, either way you're bound to see Space Jesus tear a wormhole right through 2013.