Artist Spotlight: An-Ten-Nae
We’re dropping the BASS with the Acid Crunk maestro himself, An-Ten-Nae. This week’s Artist Spotlight is a pioneer of the genre and by far one of the most impressive producers and manipulators of vocals making music today. If you love hip-hop, electronic, bass, or just quality music, you need to be all over this.
Adam Ohana aka An-Ten-Nae is a fixture of the San Francisco/West Coast music scene and is even credited with coining the term name Acid Crunk, which can be described as the marriage of southern hip hop bass low beats and electronic music. An-Ten-Nae’s latest record, Raindrops on Roses, was released earlier in April 2013 and has been described as warm, loving and infectious. You can listen to and from on his website and soundcloud. He is also the main booker a lot of shows at 1015 Folsom, which is one of the most future forward bass music clubs on the planet. Needless to say he is one of San Francisco’s most sought after DJs and live performers. He has taken the art of live remixing to new heights with his own customized setup, that bends genres in ways seldom heard.
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