Show Review + mp3: Slayers Club + LoveTech 2 Year Anniversary at Public Works

January 31, 2011, San Francisco
I wasn’t going to originally publish this review because I had hardly anything good to say. Then I figured, if these dudes don’t know they are fucking up, then who’s going to tell them? Friday at Public Works I showed up to Love Tech 2001, bass/breaks crew the Slayers Club 2 year anniversary.

We arrived and glided right by the live artist ‘art zone’. They were producing work that rivals the stuff I saw on the Venice Beach boardwalk when I was fifteen. We got our drinks and turned our ears to what seemed to be a dope collaboration playing right in the middle of the dance floor — until you actually listened. I was itching to hear SF’s live crunked-out West Coast bass-music group The Flying Skulls.

The Skulls finally stepped on stage and gave the audience a set that was a lot heavier on bass then the last time I saw them. But considering the fellow headliners are two heavy-hitters in the bass music department, it’s to be expected. It was too bad that they played for only 45-minutes. It was also too bad that was the best music of the night.

I know things aren’t right when I see Mochipet Playing along side Freddy Future and Joe Mousepad and he’s not in his famous purple dino-suit. Then here comes the MC. The rest of the night he turned the bass-future beats of Mochipet-n-crew inaudible due to his obnoxiously loud, incessant freestyling. Dude, your name is not at the top of the flyer. We didn’t come to hear you. We spent most the rest of the night smoking outside. Everyone took turns braving the, is-the-MC-off-yet check. By the time it was Slayers Club’s turn to wash the dance floor with beats we lost complete interest and went home.

Here is song from The Flying Skulls 2009 album, Lift Off!

“Mo Money Extended Mix (play/download mp3)

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