Low End Theory Hosts Dubspot’s Professor Nalepa w/ 12-Year Old Student! + ‘Daytime’ Video

Dubspot’s Professor Nalepa not only makes melodic and glitched-out future music, he also curates visual art to accompany the soundscape. Most recently Nalepa has released a new single entitled “Daytime,” which breathes cool synth air into a bass-heavy 140BPM rhythm. To find the vision that would match the sound of “Daytime,” Nalepa tapped into some friends and looked backwards in history.

“The video was created together with my friends Benton-C Bainbridge and V Owen Bush using a historic piece of gear from the early 70s,” Nalepa explains. “Daytime’s imagery was hand-crafted with the Rutt/Etra Video Synthesizer, an analog video instrument built in the early 70s. Like a TV from another dimension, the Rutt / Etra gives artists total control of the screen with knobs, oscillators and sound-responsive circuitry. It is a modular analog computer, programmed with patch cords.”


In addition to a new single and video, Nalepa will also be performing at the legendary Low End Theory in Los Angeles this coming Wednesday, February 1, 2012. He will be performing a true audio / visual set with synced sound + video controlled with Ableton Live. Nalepa will be sharing the bill with his talented 12 year old student and bass prodigy, Frankie (aka Subjection), the youngest producer to ever play at Low End Theory!

Nalepa and Frankie presenting at Dubspot’s Production 101 Workshop

Low End Theory Wednesday 2/1: NALEPA, SUBJECTION, and special guest

plus residents Daddy Kev, Nobody, Gaslamp Killer, Nocando and D-Styles

Low End Theory @ Airliner
2419 N Broadway
Los Angeles, California
18+ / $10 cover RSVP

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