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Intersection featuring Sybil Jason, The Creatrix, Russell Butler


SYBIL JASON,. Farced. Haitian-American DJ. Producer. (DJ Set)
https://soundcloud.com/sybiljason

DJing since 2004 in NYC’s underground, she moved to Berlin in 2014 providing esoteric live dance sets and mixes spanning electronic genres. She's done weekly radio in NYC (Minimal Wave on EVR) & monthly shows in Europe with the Berlin Community Show FARCED, guest sets for UK Online radio (NTS, Subcity) and with a show under the same name on Dublab BCN.

This past year she’s played steady dates across the US & Europe while keeping dancefloors on their toes with her signature non-conforming sets. Guest mixes for shows on Rinse.fm, NTS, Radar London along with THE FADER and Truants mixes have showcased her unique DJ style. With music so eclectic & boundless encompassing many different electronic genres as fueled by her electric energy & vast musical influences . Showcasing sounds old and new, cold and warm with a focus on techno and house, all the while returning to the music of her Haitian heritage. She splits her time between NYC and the EU.

The Creatrix (No-Tech, Jacktone) - DJ Set
https://soundcloud.com/fanciullagentile

Fanciulla Gentile aka The Creatrix is a gear-head, producing and performing live dystopian queer soundscapes intrinsic to the ever-evolving Oakland-centric politically/spiritually fueled post-techno underground. Self-releasing productions along with releases on Club Chai and No-Tech, The Creatrix seems to be romancing not only herself but a recently forgotten San Francisco attitude (Credit: HNYPOT 228: The Creatrix's From The Inner Ear Down description)

Russell Butler (Black Opal, Jacktone) - DJ Set
https://soundcloud.com/russellelbutler

Intersection Resident Russell Butler has been making waves in the Bay Area music scene for years. Their project Black Jeans evoked the emotional and physical qualities of minimal synth and electronic body music to transport listeners to hidden and forgotten sonic landscapes. For the past few years they have been making a brand of stripped down machine techno that has evolved rapidly with each successive release. Transplantation, evolution, and healing are themes in Russell's music. They based their 2015 album, "God is Change", on Octavia Butler's Parable series of novels, in which these are central tenets of the philosophy that the books explore. Since its release "God is Change" has received major acclaim, with NPR naming it one of their top 10 favorite electronic albums of 2015. In 2016, Russell released Visions of the Future on Jacktone Records, which is a collection of improvised modular synthesizer sessions. A month later, Russell's follow up to "God is Change", "The First Step", was released on Black Opal. "The First Step" is dedicated to the "...black, brown, trans, queer, and gay folks of Oakland" and posits that "...sometimes to resist oppression, all we must do is simply exist. That is the first step. Let us strive to walk without fear."

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Earlier Event: April 5
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SATURDAY: 7PM-4AM

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