Tipper @ The Crystal Ballroom W/Kalya Scintilla & Tal National

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Tipper @ The Crystal Ballroom W/Kalya Scintilla & Tal National
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Beloved Festival says
Beloved & Soul'D Out are very proud to present Electronic Music Pioneer Tipper at the Historic Crystal Ballroom. Participate in the future history of Psychedelic Music Legend.

~ Dave Tipper ~

Following Tipper's musical footprint demonstrates his range across different genres of electronica, each featuring his unique exploration of deep bass frequencies, intricate composition, and immaculate audio architecture.

From Nuskool Breaks to Glitch-Hop, and now to his ineffable and danceable downtempo, as Tipper has evolved his unique creations have inspired electronic music's evolution.

~ Kalya Scintilla ~

World fusion beats manifest into visceral living archetypes that come to life before you, the pulsing vibrations cascade infinite ripples of geometric harmonies throughout the dance floor, and together we are danced into the nectar of celebrating life. In the sacred union of both orgasmic musical frequencies of crystalline sound architecture and full embodied evocative evocational performance, Kalya Scintilla invites your soul into an alchemical experience of divine art devoted to the heart.

~ Tal National ~

Tal National are from Niamey, the capital city of Niger. Their music is joyously hypnotic, a highly unique contribution to West African guitar music. With its lightening fast rhythms and rotating cast of vocalists can be heard the history of Niger as a cultural crossroads along ancient trade routes. Collected within the former French colony can be found Songhai, Fulani, Hausa, and Tuareg populations, all of whom are represented in Tal National’s members. In the music we hear the rolling 12/8 rhythms in the Hausa's Fuji percussion, the pensive aridity of the Tuareg's assouf or "blues,” and the exquisite "griot guitar" of Mali's Songhai, all delivered with virtuoso precision and unrelenting energy.
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By: Beloved Festival