Following the successful show in San Francisco, Electric Bare, in conjunction with Stereocure and Futures, hosted another, albeit more mellow – as they lacked the stimulus of Murderbear Visuals – performance on Thursday July 17th at Los Angeles’ very own Fais Do Do. The lights were dimmed, the drinks were poured, and the room swayed to the beginning beats of Kuh-Lida, the event’s opening act.
As Kuh-Lida became increasingly animated, the crowd became encouraged and inspired and soon followed suit. People of varying ages dressed in differing trends gathered in front of the stage, where they remained to welcome the second act, Zack Sekoff.
With his unique mixture of trap influence and R&B stylings, Sekoff created a funky experimental cocktail that soaked the crowd in energy. More and more people took to the floor, and before the set’s end Sekoff invited a friend onstage to collaborate. This experimental blend served as the ideal introduction for the show’s third act, Eaves.
Avant garde in his stylings, Eaves set forth a mix of glitch and trip-hop. A sound not yet heard at the show, the crowd murmured and moved in anticipation and interest. This excitement became even more exaggerated as the crowd prepared for the fourth act, A Sol Mechanic.
Clearly well-known to the crowd, A Sol Mechanic captivated his audience with smooth, silky melodies. People grooved to the sounds with grace and ease, and demanded an encore at the end of set. After over an hour it was time for the firth and final set, up-and-comer StarRo.
While his music was the most traditional in terms of electronic, StarRo in no way failed to deliver. He impressed the audience with his live hand percussion beat making, and kept the people on their feat until lights came on. He triumphantly closed out the show, and exceeded his fans expectations.