Autoerotique stores electro, techno, house, Dutch house, Dutch-colonial house, rave, rock, rave-rock, indie-rock and even ska on speed dial and calls them up frequently. Their effortlessly protein, shape-shifting sound can careen wildly from project to project, so it’s not unexpected to hear them transform from Dutch house to, say, Norwegian black metal on the same record – thus, earning them the lazily au courant nick name “Autobots”.
The ambiguously great duo’s Keith Robertson & David Henderson were homegrown and shifted-into-shape within the multi-culti bustle of Toronto’s west end. Cutting their collective teeth as indie band producers they hop-scotched over to dance music after receiving a marijuana-lubricated epiphany to Groove Armanda’s first album at the tenderized age of 17—only to be swallowed whole by the city’s burgeoning dance scene.
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Higher Ground keeps on bringing quality guests. If you’ve been sleeping on this weekly party, you better chiggity check yo’self before I actually finish that stupid line. Zeds Dead rolls through on Thursday, September 15th. They’ll be accompanied by Omar Link, Bass Machines and Jon Deck. Head over the Facebook Event Page and let everyone know you’re attending. Even if you don’t actually mean it.