Win Tickets to The Bug + Manga / Wolf Eyes and DJ Frosty 11/3 @ Echoplex LA

Dubspot is excited to team up with Dublab and The Echo in Los Angeles to offer a pair of FREE tickets to catch The Bug perform live at Echoplex LA on Monday, November 3rd, 2014. 


Win Tickets to The Bug @ Echoplex

The Echo, DUBLAB, and Dubspot have teamed up to offer a pair of free tickets to see The Bug + Manga / Wolf Eyes and DJ Frosty performing next Monday November 3rd at Echoplex in Los Angeles. Enter your email address in the field below and we’ll pick one winner on Monday.


Dubspot, Dublab, and The Echo present Free Tickets to The Bug at Echoplex

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The Echo, DUBLAB & Dubspot Present
The Bug + Manga / Wolf Eyes
DJ Frosty (Dublab)

Monday, November 3rd, 2014
8:30 PM | Echoplex | Los Angeles, CA | 18+

Dubspot Interviews The Bug @ Movement 2013

The Bug (a.k.a. Kevin Martin) has been writing, recording, and performing his own style of experimental music, traversing various genres, since the mid-1980s. His sonic evolution has ventured from the 1980s industrial noise-rock/jazzcore ensemble GOD to the aggressive industrial hip hop of Techno Animal alongside longtime collaborator Justin Broadrick, to the dancehall, grime, and dub-inspired sounds he exhibits today as The Bug and King Midas Sound with London-based poet/singer Roger Robinson and artist/singer Kiki Hitomi.

In our interview from Movement 2013 (above), Kevin Martin talks about his early beginnings as a musician, the increasing frustration with the industrial ensemble GOD, desiring a less constrained avenue of musical expression and deeper exploration than his band allowed him. He talks about his friendship with fellow British musician Justin Broadrick, with whom he developed a strong musical bond with, and later formed the two-piece electronic act Techno Animal.

The duo fuses their love for noise and distortion with the progressive theory of techno and hip hop. Though disbanded in 2004, Techno Animal allowed Kevin to take part in the world of studio exploration and would spark his eventual artistic transformation into The Bug.

Nate_and_bugThe Bug (a.k.a. Kevin Martin) and Nate Mars, Detroit’s Movement Electronic Music Festival, 2013. Photo by Michael Walsh

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