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Anxious Spaces II: Ital



The Lovers Rock recording artist Ital performed this set for the 2015 closing of Anxious Spaces: Installation as Catalyst, Clocktower's annual performance and installation festival.

Ital, a.k.a. Daniel Martin-McCormick, is a Brooklyn-based producer whose hypnotic experiments in electronic sound have been termed "outsider house." Previously a member of Black Eyes and Mi Ami, Martin-McCormick debuted as Ital in 2011, and has spent the last few years turning out avant-garde takes on dance music--propulsive, energetic, and layered with surprising sounds.

Recorded at Knockdown Center on July 26, 2015.

 

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