UnHeardUv & betaparty present:
[Together Festival Edition]
Perileyes is the combined auditory endeavors of Liam Collins and Sheridan Willard. Meeting just under two years ago, the two immediately began combining efforts, crafting an imaginative musical aesthetic that is both wide in its spectrum yet cohesive as a whole. At ages 20 and 21, this young team has created a unique and intelligent style of electronic music. Their diverse sonic palette is largely attributed to their deep and eclectic interests both musical and otherwise.
Ali Berger is a producer, DJ, and live PA from Princeton, NJ. His music is sometimes chilled out, sometimes heavy, but always glitchy, electronic, and above all, funky. His live shows incorporate on-the-fly mashups and remixes of music ranging from dubstep to glitch-hop to drum & bass, plus versions of his own tunes re-arranged live and cut together with other tracks. You can catch him rocking shows solo and with the Lost in Bass crew around New Jersey and Boston, and his first EP, Departures, dropped for free on June 1st, 2010 at
These days, people want unique and organic. That’s what Benjamin Fogel provides. Also known as FOGES, Fogel has been producing and DJing house/electronic and dubstep music since 2007. The Albany, New York native was influenced by his time playing guitar in a progressive rock band as well as his experience attending Camp Bisco, a musical festival just outside Albany. There, he was exposed to the electronic music scene and instantly knew what direction his music would take. Over the past three years, FOGES has experimented with many different forms of music, ranging from primitive to acousmatic genres. Through this wide range of influences, an original and organic sound was born, unique and appealing to a wide variety of listeners. His experiences studying music technology and composition in Boston, Mass. have also influenced his musical performance. FOGES currently performs a forever-morphing style of music in venues around the Northeast.
Live Painting: BIANCADONK EY
Apparel: A LITTLE BIT WEIRD CLOTHING (alittlebitweird.com)
Friday, April 22
10pm – 1am
The Savant Project
1625 Tremont St
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