Cerebral Ballzy

Will Call & Different Fur Studios Presents

Cerebral Ballzy

Show You Suck, Nanosaur, DJ Matrixxman

Fri, November 16, 2012

Doors: 9:30 pm / Show: 10:00 pm

Brick & Mortar Music Hall

San Francisco, CA

$10.00 - $13.00

This event is 18 and over

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Cerebral Ballzy
Cerebral Ballzy
There's a new band in New York City. Of course, there are a lot of new bands in New York City, but a good chunk of them belong to a world inhabited by smarty-pants artsy types like Animal Collective, Dirty Projectors and the foppish Vampire Weekend. This lot are different. Their name is Cerebral Ballzy, which is neither big nor clever, and in being neither big nor clever, seems to do quite a good job of defining what one might describe as their essence.

Five kids from the end of Brooklyn yet to experience the coffee shops and bijou boutiques carried along in New York's waves of gentrification, they play a raggedy, breakneck punk steeped in the music of early-80s hardcore icons Minor Threat and Bad Brains.

-Louis Pattison of 'The Guardian'
Show You Suck
Show You Suck
Chicago emcee Show You Suck, is putting his mark on the music world, one skateboarder at a time with his mad hooks, slick rhymes and thought provoking lyrics. Straight from the hood, but you'd never guess it with his board toting, fashion conscious personality and nack for 80s and 90s pop culture.
Nanosaur
Nanosaur
NanosauR is the moniker of 23 year-old artist/producer Michael Solorzano.

Hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area, NanosauR (Lil B, Dev) is an artist who will command your attention in 2012.

With washed out sunsoaked reverberated vocals layered over uptempo electronic and chillwave sounds, NanosauR brings a much-needed freshness to the saturated world of electronic music and its popular indie s
ubgenres.

Solorzano is already having a big year in 2012 highlighted by the release of his new album Afterglow. Crafted over a 10-month period, Afterglow is 16-track electronic journey made in the vein of romance and late night parties with the people who mean the most. He has already released three videos from the new album for “Gold Coast,” “Move Your Feet,” and “This Can’t Be.”

So far this year has been fruitful with Nanosaur preforming a number of live shows this spring including opening slots for national acts Zion I, Tokimonsta, Teams, Yalls, and performances at this year’s Noise Pop Music Festival and Noisette Music and Food Festival.

2012 is shaping up to be the year NanosauR comes out of the bedroom and onto the national scene. Establishing himself as one of the most exciting electronic artists coming out of the Bay Area, it is only a matter of time before he begins his conquering of the United States and beyond.
Venue Information:
Brick & Mortar Music Hall
1710 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA, 94103
http://www.brickandmortarmusic.com/