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Mux Mool, Frameworks, Slow Nasty, P3riph3ral - 7.8 | The Concourse


The Concourse (@ The International)
940 Blackstock Ave NW 37921 Knoxville United States
TIX available at www.intlknox.com

Mux Mool | Frameworks - UK | Fast Nasty / Slow Nasty | P3RIPH3RAL
Presented by Midnight Voyage Productions

$10 Advance | $15 Day of Show

18+ | Valid, State Issued Photo ID Required for Entry

Mux Mool (born Brian Lindgren) is an American electronic musician, producer, and visual artist affiliated with the labels Moodgadget, Ghostly International, and Super Best Records. He has been featured on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim, and is a member of Club Scouts, a musical partnership with Michal Menert.

In 2009, Mux Mool embarked on his first national tour alongside Eliot Lipp. That year he also released the EP Just Saying is All on Moodgadget. In 2010 he debuted his first full-length album, Skulltaste on Ghostly International. In 2011, he opened for Bassnectar's New Year's Eve show in Nashville's Bridgestone Arena alongside Chali 2Na and Break Science.

Frameworks (UK)

Frameworks is a British musician, producer and DJ.



SLOW NASTY - Low key sexy beats with tastes of multiple genres and original tracks to help you warm up while chilling you out.




(pronounced puh-rif-er-uhl) is a Knoxville, Tennessee based electronic musician/producer who explores both electronic and organic musical elements to form lush melodies layered with textured synths, edgy beats and samples.

He has shared the stage with artist such as Teebs, Sonnymoon, Shigeto, Dabrye, Michael Menert, Herobust, Ohbliv, and as the winner of the Urb MoogFest remix contest in 2010, his remix of Hot Chip’s song “We Have Love” secured him a performance in the festival’s lineup.

As a founding member, producer, and keyboard player for Sonmi, he has played MoogFest (2011), alongside Beats Antique, and shared the stage with bands such as Break Science, Papadosio, Emancipator, and Blue Tech. Also playing keys, samples and electronics in the trip hop group Paper Tiger, he has played with Bonobo, Zed’s Dead, and Archenemesis, at some of the southeast’s finest venues and festival mainstages.