Crossover music, historically, has been applied to music that appeals to different types of audiences or can be categorized multiple different ways. Metamorph emphasizes experimentation through collaborations of artists. Free before midnight and $5 after. Don't forget your dancing shoes!
Co-founder of the Brooklyn-based experimental techno party & label No-Tech, Ciarra Black is no stranger to the scene. Originally from New Jersey, she first got into electronic music through friends who were involved in the noise scene in Philly. Ciarra eventually found her way into techno where she would eventually play at clubs Medusa & Inciting HQ, two of Philly's most underground spots at the time. After moving to Brooklyn, she has made quite the name for herself in the local techno scene. Frequenting lineups at popular nightlife spots Bossa Nova Civic Club and Trans Pecos, in addition to having played for promoters such as Long Count Cycle and Alone Together; she is an artist who stands out with a sound that can only be described as her own.
Brooklyn resident by way of Chicago, Antenes' eclectic vinyl DJ sets dive into acid-laced techno, shimmering electro, shadowy atmospheres and beyond, with an ear for odd percussions and syncopations. Her solo production debut, The Track of a Storm EP on L.I.E.S. reveals three tracks of otherworldly techno replete with "lazer shot synthwork" and "ghostly noise layers." She also performs experimental music and installations infused with field recordings, radio static and messages between the wires. Antenes operates out of a laboratory of self-made analog sequencers and synth modules built and manipulated in the name of rhythmic, sonic, and spatial exploration. Inspired by the Buchla 100 modular system and featured in the modular documentary "I Dream of Wires," Antenes' signal path transforms synthesizers into sequences that burst with percussive energy, bouncing sound through sound like so many fuzzy AM radio stations during a late night drive.