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Event DetailsBay Area party SPACE2950 heads to The Midway with breakout LA producer Falcons alongside Moving Castle’s AObeats and SF hero Mikos Da Gawd!
Hip-hop, r&b, and electronic dance music on full display as a lineup of forward-thinking artists takeover the Gods & Monsters room at The Midway in San Francisco. This party is presented by SPACE2950, the Bay Area’s home for up and coming producers & DJs.
Falcons w/ AObeats (Moving Castle) & Mikos Da Gawd
Support by DJ Agana, Elisuh, Bafu
Breakout Los Angeles producer/dj FALCONS has arrived at the forefront of a new generation blurring the lines between hip-hop, r&b, and electronic dance music. With over 28 million cumulative streams to date and having already received praise from outlets like Hypebeast, Fader, XXL, Mass Appeal, The Source, and Complex, he’s quickly solidifying his position as one of the most innovative and respected producers on the scene. Following up a string of recent singles released by Fool’s Gold Records, like “Boo You Know ft. Goldlink” and “Want Your Body”, the young producer has even more new music lined up and is set to have a big 2019.
Falcons has made major impact across the globe, touring his sound across North America, Asia, Europe and Australia with standout performance at Boiler Room and Coachella, as well as having already shared the stage with Travis Scott, Metro Boomin, Kaytranada and many others.
Born Andrew Okamura, and raised in Western Massachusetts for most of his life, AObeats found his way into the emerging Soundcloud scene in 2013, meeting Manila Killa, Robokid, and Faysal Matin (fka Hunt for the Breeze), which lead to the creation of the collective and now label, Moving Castle. As a child he trained classically in violin and viola, as well as saxophone, and discovered making hip hop beats at the age of 13.
He has since become a touring artist throughout America and has enjoyed working to share his forward thinking music to the world. With a diverse background in music and arts, he has worked to infuze sounds from a variety of different cultures and genres into his work. In addition to his artist project AObeats, he also works frequently as a behind the scenes producer for many other artists, including many of those who have released or have been associated with Moving Castle, and recently signed a joint publishing deal between Ten Music Group & Kobalt.
He has toured with the likes of Jai Wolf and Chet Porter, amongst other figures in electronic music. Last year, he released a single on Big Beat/Atlantic Records with Manila Killa and shaylen called “I’m OK”, and this past summer released a collaboration, “Like You” with K-Pop phenom Eric Nam. He recently released his debut project, Pilot, feat. many of his frequent collaborators, including Manila Killa, Mark Johns, Robokid, Annabel Jones, SAKIMA, SATICA, Madi, Blaise, & Yung Skrrt.
Mikos Da Gawd
Born and raised in San Francisco Miles’ initial musical influence can be traced right to the city itself; its vibrancy and physical beauty, the wide spectrum of its urban inhabitants, its deep roots in creating art, the ever-present fog. His introduction to production came with an afterschool program at the Beacon Center, where he learned Fruity Loops, and the quest for making beats quickly took over his headspace and free time. He began collaborating with his peers making music, some of who included George Watsky and Adam Vida, and eventually became a part of the group 40 Love which put out three albums during its span as a group.
After 40 Love ended, Mikos began to concentrate more seriously on production and began DJing under the mentorship of The Whooligan of Soulection.
Recent work has including working with Soulection, including releasing his own album White Label, and writing a track for their classic compilation with Stussy, creating a beat for Anderson .Paak’s 2014 album “Venice”, as well as further work with Watsky - their collaborations now have over 20 million plays on Spotify.
This year Mikos produced on Rayana Jay “Sorry About Last Night”, which was premiered by Fader, opened Pharrell’s Beats 1 show the week after it was released, and received tweets from Sleepy Brown - whose name titles a track on the album. He also produced on Rexx Life Raj “Father Figure”, Caleborate “1993”, Elujay “Jentrify”, Zion I “The Labyrinth”, as well as others.