Jul 28, 2014

Thank You for Coming at 7.27.14 SUNIGHT

Thank you for joining us at Public Works last night for 7.27.14 SUNIGHT!
A full recap with more photos coming up in a few days.

The next SUNIGHT will be on Sunday, September 28th.
We will have all the details to share soon!

Here is a photo of Space Ghost's set from last night -


Jul 25, 2014

Sunday 7/27 at Public Works SF

7.27.14 SUNIGHT

with ManitousSnuiseAndrew Weathers, and Spaceghost

7PM - 12AM

$5.00 advance / $7.00 door



Jul 23, 2014

Willits - GOLD

Christopher Willits's Gold was featured at Gizmodo this month.

Here is the piece for you to listen - 


Jul 18, 2014

Overlap Education - July 26th, 2014 - Listening to Nature Part 2

Listening to Nature Part 2: Integrating Field Recordings

Eventbrite - Listening to Nature Part 2: Integrating Field Recordings with Ryan Kleeman

Instructor: Ryan Kleeman

Date: 12 - 4 pm July 26, 2014

Location: Overlap Studio (Fruitvale, Oakland)

Our journey continues into the wonderful sounds of nature. We delve deeper into listening and organizing the sounds we collected in the field. This class serves as an introduction for those just getting started with sampling field recordings, equalizing recordings and creative processing of sounds captured in the field.

Students will learn about stereo imaging, basic editing of waveforms, filtering, and creative manipulation of field recordings within a digital audio workstation.


Jul 16, 2014

7.27.14 SUNIGHT - Manitous

Manitous will be DJing at 7.27.14 SUNIGHT!

SUNIGHT is a series of Sunday night events for fun and relaxing listening time.
It features new ambient music in multiple channels of immersive audio.
With 8 speakers surround the audience, many pillows for seats, special drinks, teas, flower essences fill the air, it is also a time and place for old friends come together, new friends meet, and everyone recharges.



Jul 14, 2014

7.27.14 SUNIGHT - Snuise

Oakland based electronic producer Snuise is playing on 7.27.14 SUNIGHT!


"Snuise works in the realm of beat-based electronic music, but eschews its tropes for something more vital."

Here is Snuise's Raye -