Glo Phase "Bloom" Album Release
w/ Yorel Tifsim and Buscrates
No cover all night courtesy of Straub Beer
Cameron Clayton is an illustrator from Pittsburgh. You have probably seen his work on posters, signs, clothing, in galleries and even on the internet! Most of your favorite artists don't know Cameron.
Glo Phase is the solo project of professional composer and multi-instrumentalist, Joseph Rusnak. Although Glo Phase is a relatively new project (2016), Rusnak has been producing, performing, and touring in multiple bands and projects since the early 2000s. Under Glo Phase he has released a steady stream of mixed genre electronic music, heavily emphasizing a balance between dreamy and dancey soundscapes. In addition to his releases, Rusnak regularly performs live sets with a variety of analog gear, spanning distinctive moods and colors.
Joseph's music has been featured on ABC, NBC (Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics), Bravo, ESPN, MTV, BET, BBC, History, E! and other television networks worldwide. He has also scored multiple independent films that have been featured in festivals across the world, including International Super 8mm Festival Szeged, International S8FF by Milano Cinema, South Texas Underground Film Festival, Cambridge International Super 8, Pollygrind International Film Festival, and more.
Brandon Michael Flournoy, better known as Yorel Tifsim (pronounced “yoh-REL TIF-sem”), is an American record producer and recording artitst based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
His rich, gloomy, and “dusty” sample-based production has been deemed “otherworldly” within Pittsburgh’s underground scene, which can be heard on his following internet releases: “Daytwostayaway”, “Anditshallbe”, and “Theresonlynow”, an album which he’ll “drop whenever”.
Yorel Tifsim is responsible for the soulful/experimental development of Clara Kent’s independent release “AURA”, as well as other acts of the Pittsburgh underground scene.
Listen to Yorel Tifsim at yoreltifsim.bandcamp.com.
Follow Yorel Tifsim on Instagram: yoreltifsim
Buscrates is a producer, DJ, and record collector from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is one-third of boogie funk outfit East Liberty Quarters (with Nice Rec and Grand Ear), and one-half of Extra Medium (with Sam Champ). Among a wide range of inspirations, his biggest two influences can be found in 80s boogie and 90s Hip-Hop.His productions vary from drum machine and synth heavy grooves to sample laden, neck snapping MPC sequences. In addition to his vast knowledge of music, he is most recently known for being an analog synthesizer aficionado. Buscrates has been producing music for 15 years and has released different projects on physical formats since 2009. His Thrash Flow debut, Home Again is a collection of beats made while living in Atlanta and finished and completed since his return back to his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.
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