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F*CK YEAH and LOVETECH present: Moldover, Rich DDT, NVO and Slayers Club

For June’s edition of F*CK YEAH, we’re teaming up with LOVETECH and throwing one hell of a joint party! Check out the line-up:

If technology and music are your life, brace yourself- MOLDOVER is about to reformat your soul. Hailed by 967,000 YouTube viewers as “The Godfather of Controllerism”, Moldover is a new breed of music icon. Combining the charisma of a rock star, the mad genius of a basement inventor, and the radical inclusiveness of the DIY internet generation, Moldover is “literally throwing away the rule book and reinventing the wheel” (Remix Magazine). Witness his balls-to-the-wall LIVE SHOW at a club, experience his MULTIPLAYER MUSIC INSTALLATIONS at a festival, or pick up and play the “LIGHT THERAMIN” packaging of his debut album and understand why the next paradigm for music is a one-man-brand called Moldover.

Rich DDT:
Rich DDT is a live electronic musician, interactive installation artist and event producer. While breaking the mold of traditional music and art, you can find him repurposing the latest technology to create an awe-inspiring, open and supportive environment for human connection and inspiration. As lead organizer & visionary of LoveTech, creator of the Digital Jam Lounge & LearnTech Forum, the Time Machine, Galaxy Conduit & ReMatrix interactive art installations, he has brought community and creativity to the adventurous and curious among us. He is also a skilled purveyor of futuristic beats & Detonator of Dance Tracks in live electronic music performance, springing the dancefloor alive with his custom ControlliTAR.

Hailing from San Francisco, NVO is a new music collective dedicated to melting faces and rocking dance floors with original beats, remixes, visuals, and light shows. The group’s four-piece core features Greg Maximov on live drums, DUDHAUS (aka Justin Ward) on sequencers and synths, Chuck Jones on sampling, scratching and Kaossilator jams, and songwriter Mike Laglia laying down effect-driven guitar wizardry.
With influences spanning genres and live shows featuring equal parts ethereal dream states, dirty warehouse raves, and sci-fi movie samples, NVO continues to amaze audiences with their unique approach to live electronica and club rocking bangers.

Slayers Club:
What is now known as Slayers Club began as a weekly party in San Francisco’s Mission District in 2008 and quickly got out of hand. With deep roots in bass music, this collaborative collective of DJs, vocalists, VJs and all-around creative types throws a hell of a party and would love to meet you.

More on this to come!