Elderbrook

PopGun Presents

Elderbrook

White Cliffs, BAILE

Oct 06

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 6:00 pm (event ends at 10:30 pm)

Elsewhere - Hall

Brooklyn, NY

$20 / $25

This event is 16 and over

White Cliffs
White Cliffs
Brooklyn-based musician White Cliffs returns home to play his first headline show to date with a full band. Fresh off of a 22-date tour supporting Big Wild, White Cliffs was inspired to create a new live show. The new band will feature close friends and musicians he has played with for years. The addition of live drums, keyboard and bass, now accomplish the sound he has been aiming for. Celebrating the release of his new single “Daisy”, He is excited to play his debut show at Baby’s All Right in his home city of Brooklyn, New York.
BAILE
BAILE
Reed Kackley, the Brooklyn-based producer operating under the moniker BAILE, makes texturally rich dance music inspired by house and downtempo.

His debut EP, ‘Matter’ (July ’15) combined minimal electronic compositions with lush vocal performances by featured artists like Felicia Douglass (Ava Luna, Gemma) & Marie Kim (Blank Paper).

The follow-up release ‘Stay Safe’ (October ’16) put the production in the foreground, blending foley sounds recorded in various locations over the past year, with warm analog synthesizers & subtle vocal textures.

Over the past 2 years Kackley has been tapped to remix artists like Sasha, Beacon, Baio, Kauf & Doe Paoro. In addition to receiving airplay by Pete Tong & Danny Howard (BBC Radio 1), he has had multiple tracks in the top 5 of Hype Machine’s ‘Most Popular’ chart and has received coverage from sources like Mixmag, Data Transmission, Fader, Deep House Amsterdam & When We Dip.

2018 began with Kackley releasing an EP on UK Producer/DJ Sasha’s label Last Night On Earth, with a stream of new material to follow.

On the subject of his creative process, BAILE explains:

“When I’m listening to music I find myself more drawn to individual sounds and textures within a song rather than the songs as a whole. During the writing process, I focus on juxtaposing raw elements with synthetic ones, creating something that can feel crisp and clean but also organic and natural.”
Venue Information:
Elsewhere - Hall
599 Johnson Ave.
Brooklyn, NY, 11237
http://www.elsewherebrooklyn.com/