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Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Flying Lotus Will Play SF's Next Low End Theory Party

Posted By on Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 12:11 PM

FlyLo. At Low End Theory. In S.F. Yep.
  • FlyLo. At Low End Theory. In S.F. Yep.
How do you try to top the seriously impressive debut of your monthly S.F. beat party? Add a little Flying Lotus, of course. The guy who helped put Daddy Kev's L.A. party Low End Theory on the map will be venturing up to Nor-Cal next month for the Low End Theory S.F. throwdown at 103 Harriet.

Low End Theory cryptically broke the news on its Facebook page by posting a Flying Lotus video with a caption that simply read, "SAN FRANCISCO!!!." Then the organizers finally broke down in the comments and spilled the details. The otherworldly beatmaker, who is seemingly everyone's favorite electronic/hip-hop producer right now, will be joined on March 4 by the sometimes glitchy, sometimes-bassy hip-hop producer Free The Robots, and the S.F./L.A. beat weirdo Shlohmo, whom we've mentioned plenty of times on this blog.

Additional acts -- besides the usual resident lineup of Daddy Kev, Nocando, Nobody, and Gaslamp Killer -- have yet to be announced, but we'll keep you updated on any additional info.

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