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Wednesday, Jul 13 2011

After dark and in the studio, professional writer Ron Nachmann (who occasionally contributes to SF Weekly) becomes Shockman, a DJ and producer with sonic sensibilities veering toward the electronic dub end of the musical spectrum. His new Shock the Sound EP, released on local "dub for the dancefloor" label Voltage Music, features "Shockout," a high-stepper bolstered with taut remixes from San Francisco dubstep mogul Bakir and Canadian reggae producer Dubmatix. To celebrate the release, Shockman will partner with Voltage proprietor Dub I.D. (aka Tomas Palermo, also a freelancer for SF Weekly) in a DJ set assisted by live percussion and effects.

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