Naytronix is an evil dance band cloned from the stem
cells of multi-instrumentalist/producer Nate Brenner. His songwriting
style is deeply rooted in the traditions of the future, which few alive
today know anything about. And while the compositions are geared towards
the sinister post-apocalyptic dance colonies that are on the verge of
sprouting up around the world, an undeniably timeless funk is woven into
the Naytronix hit machine.
Fashionable grooves merge with found sounds and homemade instruments
to unsettling yet familiar effect, as humans play side-by-side with
robots, intertwining in a nefarious tango until you don’t know where
veins ends and circuitry begins.
Rumor has it Nate Brenner himself is half robot. The
parties of the 23rd century never end. The world is bathed in the
continuous dirty glow of evil summer twilight, and bands of 300 or more
pick up anything they can hit and gather to play the music of Naytronix.
This is pure speculation.
Brenner has been called, “The Bootsy Collins of Oakland, California,”
where he currently resides. He is a native of the synthetic desert
cities of William Onyeabor, the vanguard estates of Charles Mingus, and
the family manor of Sly Stone.
As the bassist for genre-bending institutions tUnE-yArDs and Beep!,
he is not a stranger to voyaging across his great many homelands and
spinning platinum out of the resources he trades along the way.
Naytronix is the confluence of these worlds as well as of the virtues
of the past and the dark exuberance lurking in the future. Brenner
conducts the show with the exactitude of a subtle supervillain. Let the
evil dance party begin.