Dirtwire is David Satori of Beats Antique, Evan Fraser of Bolo and Mark Reveley of Jed and Lucia
Dirtwire sits on the front porch of Americana’s future, conjuring up a whirlwind of sound using traditional instrumentation, world percussion, soundscapes, and electronic beats. Comprised of David Satori (Beats Antique), Evan Fraser (Hamsa Lila; Bolo), and Mark Reveley (Jed and Lucia), each performance brings both band and audience to a mysterious crossroads of beats, blues, African, Asian, and South American sounds. The result is a rebirth of Americana and a post-millennial psychedelic journey to downhome goodness.
Watching someones dreams become their reality is one of the greatest journeys we can go on with an artist. For Pete Domville, the creator behind Headphone Activist, his project shows us that you can create a new sound in your own home, build it on your laptop, and have that sound connect with friends, fans, and people from all over the world.
at 26, HPA has been able to solidify his project with a strong inhouse work ethic mixed with an eclectic discography and a team behind him as strong as any other independent aritst in this industry.
He has been featured on BBC Radio 1,
found placement with Mr. Sucide Sheep, Trap Nation, and Run The Trap,
and has recently been working with his long time favortite magazine transworld skate and surf via their online platform.
His most noteable work for 2016
is his new remix of Flumes – Tiny Cities. Feat. Beck.
His remix charted both @ 1 on Hype Machine and Soundcloud and is currently a fan favorite for the summer.
Headphone Activist’s project shows us that just when we think we have heard it all, a new artist comes along and shows us a fresh way to enjoy some of our favorite styles of sounds. From his classical remix project, to his work with making mediative trap music coined “cloud rap”. HPA’s shows constantly push beat culture foward for a new generation of artists and fans who support creativty and postive vibes.