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Anon Music is home for Anon (Anna Sitko)

Anon started expressing her love for music as a DJ, as well as running record labels and importing music. She also co-founded the radio show Echolocation, which was picked up by Ninja Tune’s sister online hub, PirateTV. Simulteanously, her DJ career was expanding and she was playing with the likes of Richard Devine, Adam Freeland, L’Usine, Uberzone, Juan Atkins and more. Knowing that she was missing a vital element in her career, Anon turned her focus to writing her own material. Her first live performance took place in Los Angeles alongside Tipper. The LA Weekly immediately followed up with a glowing review:

“…While the vibe was more listening party than blowout, that didn’t stop the baby-faced Anon from laying down the evening’s most thrilling set. She’s got an IDM rep, but this was a warm, most un-nerdy strain of the style.”

Her current writing styles range from dancefloor to leftfield and incorporate everything from meticulous sound design to vocals. She continues to produce for film and commercials, makes up half of the duo Saint Le Roq (with official remixes for Tegan and Sara, Sam Sparro and more) and is currently preparing several ep releases slated for 2014.

“Anon’s “String Theory” sounds like a 23rd century Kronos Quartet…” – PopMatters

“Of the remix/review section of allOfme.hyde, “MOS (Anon’s taming the beast mix)” is the standout track. The breakbeats are broken down into tiny shards of static pop and the nearly organic sounding melodies are allowed to unwind in the now deserted playing field. It’s a Stefan Betke (Pole) vision…” – Igloo Mag


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9 acts playing 10-20 minute improvised hardware synthesizer sets (no computers). 7-10PM At the Lovecraft Bar every second Saturday of every month

Lineup :

Temple Maps
Neptune Society
No Parades
jeph nor
Caustic Touch (Andrea of Vice Device)
Twin Braids

LACDC YOUTH_photographer Taso Papadakis645


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New music will debut in Nina McNeely’s work “Demigods”

LACDC’s Spring Concert “YOUTH” features a group of works focused on the adolescent perspective, and the awkward, vulnerable and ecstatic stages we must journey through to get to adulthood, featuring:

*”The Better To See You With” (premiered 2011) – A dark, humorous and graphic rendition of Little Red Riding Hood by Holly Rothschild

*”I RAN” (premiered 2009) – a look at an apathetic group of teens trying to survive the trials and tribulations of high school by Kate Hutter

*And the world premier of “Demigods”, a new work for the company by acclaimed L.A. choreographer and dancer, Nina McNeely featuring wireless lighting technology housed inside the dancers costumes created by Derek Michael and Sarah Sachs, and original music by Robbie Williamson and Anna Sitko.

May 1 -4, 2014
Thurs – Sat @ 8pm; Sun @ 7pm

Club Fais Do Do
5257 W Adams Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90016

$20 online
$25 at the door

For more information about L.A. Contemporary Dance Company and the performers, please visit: http://www.lacontemporarydance.org/