Gaudi returns to Nevada City for performance |

Gaudi returns to Nevada City for performance

The Stonehouse, in partnership with Sacred Spaces Village announces a rare performance of international 6 Degree recording artist “Gaudi” at 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25 in only his third west coast appearance this fall. He will be joined by vocalist Danny Ladwa (UK) with opening sets by Sixis and bioLumigen.

Gaudi’s innovative approach to live performance and versatility as a producer has kept him at the forefront of his field throughout a notable and prolific career. His music is stylistically hard to pin down as he is an artist in constant evolution. His musical exploration, during the last 30 years in the industry, has however seen him foray into punk, new wave, dub and reggae, world, experimental electronica and ‘stuff that rocks dancefloors.’

He’s had chart hits, gold discs and awards and nominations for his work. Gaudi has released 13 solo albums, more than 250 productions and 110 remixes to his name and his tracks feature on more than 120 compilations.

Sixis is the latest musical venture of Bay Area native Ben Wyss. This project fuses distinct sonic spaces with danceable bass music aesthetics to create a thought provoking and emotive experience. Synthetic and organic elements blur through field recording and electronic synthesis, generating a familiar yet alien trip through the body and out of the imagination. Throbbing low frequencies morph and flow through psychedelic glitches and back into melody, all of which are layered into a single stream of vibration. This is done in order to stimulate people to think about what is really going on and what connections can be made beneath the surface, even once they have left the dancefloor. Inspired by the ever changing world around us, this is merely a reflection of what has been and will be experienced.

Sacred Spaces Village is a diverse international interfaith visionary community of artists, activists and mystics seeking to improve the collective intelligence of humanity.

Tickets are $20 in advance and you must be 21 or older to attend. For more information, go to

The Stonehouse is at 107 Sacramento St., Nevada City.

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