DJ Logic, Machines Are People Too | Southland Ballroom | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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DJ Logic, Machines Are People Too 

When: Sat., Sept. 22, 10 p.m. 2012
Price: $8-10

The résumé of Bronx-born turntablist DJ Logic is full of collaborations with jam bands, jazz instrumentalists and mainstream pop-rock acts, from Jack Johnson and John Mayer to Christian McBride and moe. These associations are indicative of the veteran performer's broad-mindedness as a solo artist. His crate-digging habits unearth odd and obscure samples, which he cuts and reconstructs into downtempo nodders and dance-floor pleasers that effectively and inventively intermingle funk, hip-hop, soul and jazz with worldly flavors. Chattanooga electro-pop quartet Machines Are People Too gets things shaking with synthy, sugary dance tunes. —Spencer Griffith

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