A few weekends ago, a great time was had at a very secret location somewhere in L.A. with the music of a futuristic Electric Body Music throwback you may have never
heard about. Let us show you...
The L.A. based indie duo known as High Functioning Flesh bring industrial dance music to the people. With sounds that evoke influences from artists as
diverse as Kraftwerk, Throbbing Gristle, Dilla, Clock DVA, Azymuth and more; HFF bring high energy and cosmic dance vibrations in an era where quality sounds
A master at work. Magicians of sound, and expression HFF went above and beyond with their beastWAVE.
Raging like a grown up. Nothing wrong with that. Stay sharp, stay stylish, stay safe, stay focused, stay raging, stay BASED.
The Sunday Gallery is a massive, massive art/performance space located in Echo Park. Its comfortable, with lots of room to dance, lounge, drink, chill
and view art. A throwback to the days of killer loft parties in places like Detroit, New York, Chicago, Toronto, and Berlin. An atmosphere that breeds confidence and expression.
The music of Los Angeles's own High Functioning Flesh was the kind of experience that brought unique individuals together. Wild people, with wild style.
Its hard work getting people to dance in L.A. Crowd participation is a must and HFF has no issues motivating the movement.
Its good to see people going-the-fuck-in! The sound quality was amazing, the dancing was on
point (thanks especially to some loyal fans who understood what shows are about). The
lighting was amazing. Suddenly flying through space seemed possible.
Keep the homie out of the trash can. A friend in need is a friend indeed. The places you can
end up when you decide to enter the beastWAVE. Stay focused.
The Flesh weren't the only cosmic beings playing their music that night/morning. Great sets
from indie projects Doses and Mynx were also spirited and filled with
magic futurism with a hand gently stroking the past.
These days, these times. Stay nasty...
Stay tuned for more on the Electric Body Music of High Functioning Flesh. Their next LP is
due out on the Daius imprint later in the year. #RARE