Haven Underground hosts dance concert Saturday
November 28, 2013
The Haven Underground will host an evening of entertainment featuring bass music and dance with legendary audio shamans Kaminanda and Satchi OM.
Kaminanda's ever evolving sound is a playground of original deep midtempo grooves, tribal rhythms, creative trip-hop, complex dub and lush down-tempo textures, according to his bio. Playing live sets with guitar, keyboards, flutes, melodica and vocals, Kaminanda's music is designed to take the listener/dancer on a journey traversing diverse landscapes reflecting the evolution of our collective consciousness. He has shared his musical creations at electronic music festivals such as Entheos, Shambhala, Symbiosis, Beloved, Rootwire, LIB, Burning Man and Earth Dance, as well as international festivals Envision, Boom and Eclipse Australia.
Satchi OM has produced and performed live electronic music since early 1994 in the south Florida music culture. He is a highly acclaimed resident DJ at Alex Grey's COSM in New York, where he performs regularly, and has been a featured artist at Sacred Spaces Village and the Hookah Dome at Burning Man for the last several years. He is considered one of the early innovators of future bass music and has ignited dance floors with his shamanistic style internationally for nearly two decades, according to his bio.
The Saturday concert kicks off at 10 p.m.; doors open at 9. Advance tickets are $20 and available at BriarPatch Co-Op. The Haven Underground is at 226 Broad St. in Nevada City.
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