BONOBO AFTER PARTY!!!
w/ Bells and Robes
Join us Friday night, , May 12th, from 11:45pm – 4:30am, for a special night of music with our musical guest DYNOHUNTER!
$25 donation to the Knew Conscious Gallery for all members.
$30 for guests
21+ Includes refreshments.
This is a members ONLY party so you’ll need to be a member of Knew Conscious Collective to enter. To pre register for a membership send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and put MEMBERSHIP in the subject line.
s truly a breath of fresh air to the world of electronic dance music. With a sound embraced by fans of house and techno and a live performance fueled by the organic energy of live instrumentation, their music is undeniable on the dance floor. DYNOHUNTER’s ability to blend deep electronic influences with live saxophone, bass, and drums forges a new path in the vast expanse of electronic music.
Their sound journeys from dark tribal meditations, exotic rhythms, and deep hypnotic grooves to hard hitting dance tracks, uplifting melodies, and soulful improvisations. Equally at home playing underground clubs and festival mainstages, DYNOHUNTER brings a relentless and unmatched energy to each and every set.
They’ve opened for some of the biggest names in livetronica including Conspirator, Eoto, Opiuo, Ott, and The New Deal as well as supporting world renowned DJ’s Shpongle, Bonobo, Infected Mushroom, Klingande, and The M Machine. No stranger to the festival community DYNOHUNTER has performed at music festivals across the country including Wakarusa, Summercamp, Joshua Tree, Sonic Bloom, & Great North. With an unparalleled work ethic and a one of a kind performance DYNOHUNTER has established themselves as the livetronica artist to watch.
DYNOHUNTER has set themselves apart from the pack by creating timeless music that speaks to true lovers of dance music. Always paying respect to the artists that have inspired them and paved the way, yet always striving to make music that is contemporary and progressive, a genuine expression of their own unique human experiences and a reflection of the times.
BELLS AND ROBES
“Sound comes to the ear, the ear goes to sound. When you blot out sound and sense, what do you understand? While listening with ears one never can understand. To understand intimately one should see sound.”