Litronix w/ Koibito
This is an intimate living room performance in a private residence. Full details on the location will be provided at the end of ticket purchase.
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This show will be general admission floor seating. Feel free to bring a pillow or cushion to sit more comfortably on the floor.
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At the crossroads of an intersection deep in the heart of Venice Beach, California, Kevin Litrow lived above a Chevron gas station.
For four years, the would-be musician of Litronix acted as a fly on the wall, watching people come and go. Some people are local, most are not, Litrow said of those who became transient and unknowing participants of his lifes observations. Some are travelers, some are sex workers, some are drug dealers, drinkers, homeless, supermodels, actors, tweekers, surfers, professionals, and some are survivors. The gas station is always moving. Except for me. I stay still. I live here. I watch the never-ending movie and take notes, and this album is what I came up with.
His album, Pump the Gas, was the brainchild of his gas-station-note-taking. While some may take it for granted, Litrow transformed this mindless everyday ritual into art.
Koibito is a multi-instrumental duo based in Long Beach, California. Lush, hard-hitting beat production anchors their experimental composition, while textured guitar loops and off-kilter flute melodies transform the ambient undertones into cinematic soundscapes. The project originates from their ten-day journey through Tokyo and the countryside of Fujikawaguchiko in 2017. The duo released their debut EP Elian in January 2018 and has covered a lot of ground since, playing across Southern California, the Pacific Northwest and Europe. Their dynamic performances allow them to share a bill with heavy metal bands just as naturally as they would with solo beatmakers. Koibito is currently working on a full-length release, slated for spring of 2020.
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