The ATX Connection

Exploded Drawing colors outside the lines

The ATX Connection

Insect Records mascot Butcher Bear is kicking the hive again tomorrow, Aug. 14, hosting an experimental/electronic night at Baby Blue Studios called Exploded Drawing.

The night's modeled after a similar electronic night in L.A. called Low End Theory, which boasted West Coast sound innovators like Gaslamp Killer among its DJs. With the success of this summer's similar four-part Hot Sh!t electro series, which ends next Saturday at Club de Ville, there's proof the L.A. to Austin connection is strong. This night zeroes in on Texas, however, with locals Reaganometry, Soundfounder, Boom Baptist, and Xupki, plus San Antonio's Diego Bernal and Grainaxe.

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