Michal Menert

Michal Menert

Cobrayama, Flash Frequency

Wed, March 29, 2017

10:00 pm

U Street Music Hall

Washington, DC

This event is 18 and over

***$18 at the door.*** No photo/video allowed. Advance ticket sales end one hour before doors.

Michal Menert
Michal Menert
Michal Menert was born in Kielce, Poland while the country was under communist rule. As a young child, he and his parents fled to the United States by way of West Germany, becoming political refugees. During his childhood, Michal's father exposed him to a wide variety of Eastern and Western music, giving the boy fertile soil in which to plants his musical visions early on. Coming from a musical background of playing guitar, keyboards, and dabbling in a variety of other instruments gave Michal a unique approach to composing his own musical style. He grew up in Colorado with Derek Vincent Smith of Pretty Lights, and together they played in several bands and challenged and inspired each other as they developed their own unique production styles. He co-produced the debut Pretty Lights album, "Taking Up Your Precious Time" and has collaborated with Derek Vincent Smith on a handful of tracks since then. His solo album, entitled "Dreaming of A Bigger Life" was released on Pretty Lights Music in the spring of 2010. His sound combines obscure vintage samples from both Eastern European and Western vinyl with rich analog synthesis and organic hard hitting beats. It is a fusion of yesterday's elements and tomorrow's ideas.
Cobrayama
Brooklyn-based producer Cobrayama, the brainchild of Mike Iannatto, formerly of the trio Exmag. Specializing in soul, future-funk, hip-hop and downtempo chill-out.
Flash Frequency
K.Chambers is the guy behind Flash Frequency, a Dallas graphic designer and musician who has been creating sounds since 05. In the past, he's worked with artists like Erick Arc Elliot & UNO Hype. However, Flash Frequency's talent goes far beyond the Hip Hop tune. As Flash Frequency, this current DC artist blends swirling seductive melodies and sometimes unorthodox sequencing into a phenomenal soundscape. Sometimes his sound crisscrosses between stuttering beats and vocal samples, creating a supersonic soundscape that extends most musical horizons.
Venue Information:
U Street Music Hall
1115 U Street NW
Washington, DC, 20009
http://www.ustreetmusichall.com/

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