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Treatment Sound System Moves to Pagoda

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This Friday, July 27, some of San Jose’s finest DJs/producers bring Treatment Sound System back to The Pagoda with off-kilter, booming digital compositions unique to the South Bay Area.

This installment offers a new venue held down by residents DJs and producers Squareweezy, (who has an insane upcoming EP due out), Sheabutter and R-Cade. In addition, the night also includes San Francisco’s own Mophono, along with debuting sets from longtime South Bay producers DSTRUKT (of the BevMo Crew) and WISHONE (of Sub-Ren).

In addition to the whirlwind of button-pushing and sample-triggers, the event also marks a new release by B. Lewis who’ll also be performing in celebration of his newest effort, A Lion’s Aperture.

“Treatment Sound System’s main objective for the last year and a half is to bring the progressive sounds of digital music to downtown San Jose,” says event host Dandiggity. “It is a hub for South Bay creatives and audio enthusiasts to come together to exchange ideas and experience the performance aspect of live, electronic music. This week we have San Francisco’s DJ Centipede (Mophono) performing his unique blend of turntablism and instrumentation, as well as debut sets by DJ Dstrukt and Wish One. To top off the night we also having a live performance by B.Lewis for his new album A Lion’s Aperture releasing the same day.”

Limited edition “Treatment Pins” will also be handed to all attendees.

Info below, as follows:

Treatment Sound System at The Pagoda Lounge
21+ $3 before 11pm $5 after
MOPHONO : http://www.facebook.co/djcentipede.mophono
DSTRUKT: http://www.dj-dstrukt.com/
WISHONE: http://www.w1shone.com/
B.LEWIS: http://blewis.bandcamp.com/

RESIDENTS:
SQUAREWEEZY / SHEABUTTER / R-CADE
Hosted by: DANDIGGITY

 

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David Ma is a music writer from the South Bay area whose work appears in: Pitchfork, URB, Egotripland.com, Wax Poetics, XLR8R, Clout Magazine, DJ Times, Soul Culture, San Jose Mercury News, Slap Magazine, and The Source. He also runs the audioblog www.NERDTORIOUS.com.

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