CoSM Benefit to Build Entheon with Alex Grey and Allyson Grey

CoSM Benefit to Build Entheon with Alex Grey and Allyson Grey

Jib Kidder, Space Jesus, Supersillyus, Duncan Trussell

Sunday · April 26, 2015

10:00 pm

$20.00

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

CoSM Benefit to Build Entheon
CoSM Benefit to Build Entheon
Alex Grey and Allyson Grey
Alex Grey and Allyson Grey
Jib Kidder
Jib Kidder
"Jib Kidder is one of the monikers multimedia collagist Sean Schuster-Craig uses for his art, whether he's making chalk graffiti murals or musical mosaics. Schuster-Craig grew up in Georgia and was inspired by the Southern hip-hop scene -- which he later paid homage to with his online anthology Twankle and Glisten -- and, via a stint in Ann Arbor, Michigan, ended up in San Francisco. He self-released many albums, as well as mixtapes under the Kid Slizzard name, but didn't issue his official debut album until 2008. All on Y'all was released by States Rights and was accompanied by All on Y'all: Da Mixtape! One of the album's songs, "Windowdipper," turned the alert sounds from the Windows operating system into a booty bass anthem; Schuster-Craig's cut-and-paste video for the track became something of a viral sensation, and the song also appeared on the Fox network's dance competition show So You Think You Can Dance? With the money he earned from licensing the song to the show, Schuster-Craig moved to Los Angeles for a year and worked on three albums, including Lossy Angeles, Beloved Forever Calling, and Music for Hypnotized Minds, the latter of which was released by Asthmatic Kitty in 2011." --All Music Guide
Space Jesus
Space Jesus
Space Jesus is the mind-spawn of Brooklyn NY based electronic music producer Jasha Tull. Fueled by bass and inspired by the intangible, Space Jesus is consistently driven by the urge to create future-based music. Born and raised in New Jersey, Jasha’s firm roots in Hip-Hop are apparent in most of his productions. With a focus on bass-line synthesis, hard hitting beats, and psychedelia, Jasha explores a range of genres and tempos with a consistently urban feel. Beginning in 2010 Jasha created an ever-evolving experience as Space Jesus. Less than a year later, he released his debut self titled Space Jesus EP’, quickly developing a loyal fan- base throughout the Northeast. It wasn’t until the 2012 release of PLANiTS’ on San Francisco based MalLabel Music that his popularity spread to the West Coast. Soon after, Jasha began working with Rob Uslan, also known as Supersillyus, on a new psychedelic project named Schlang. Do Androids Dance called their debut EP Little Information Deposits’ one of the best intelligent psychedelic bass records of 2013 . Known for his energetic live performances, Space Jesus recently toured the West Coast on the Road To Sonic Bloom Tour with Janover, The Malah and Kaminanda. He’s also been handpicked to support Big Gigantic, Zeds Dead, Conspirator and Rusko, to name a few. Consistently progressing and expanding his knowledge of production and synthesis, he's become a mainstay of the East Coast festival community having performed at Lights All Night, Camp Bisco, Gratifly, Rootwire, and the Dubstep Music Awards.
Supersillyus
Supersillyus
Robert Uslan is a musician and producer based in Brooklyn, His extensively layered soundscapes take listeners on melodic cinematic adventures with his solo project Supersillyus.
His most recent album, Interabang, has been downloaded over 15,000 times and featured on Ektoplazm.com, the premier source for psychedelic electronic music from around the world. Interabang: Remixed is set to release in the spring featuring remixes from producers all over the world. Supersillyus just finished a tour with Freddy todd and Space Jesus, and is in the studio finishing up his fourth full length album.
He has teamed up with producer Space Jesus to form the sci-fi psychedelic bass project Schlang, which features a dynamic electronic performance as well as a full live band.
Duncan Trussell
Duncan Trussell
Duncan Trussell is a stand-up comedian and podcaster who most recently co-hosted Syfy channel's "Joe Rogan Questions Everything" and appeared on Comedy Central’s “This is Not Happening”. Duncan's popular podcast, "The Duncan Trussell Family Hour" (www.duncantrussell.com), is known for its blend of humor, fringe ideas, eclectic guests, and great interviews. He regularly tours the country as a stand-up comedian and has performed at Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal and the Moontower Comedy Festival in Austin. In addition, Duncan has appeared on "Curb Your Enthusiasm", “Nick Swardson's Pretend Time", Cartoon Network’s “Adventure Time”, and Funny or Die's "Drunk History".
Venue Information:
The Bell House
149 7th Street
Brooklyn, New York, 11215
http://www.thebellhouseny.com/