More Low End Theory Oral History From Those Who Helped Build It
Jonwayne: The Low End Theory changed my approach to making music. I'd never taken my beats seriously before I went there. But the first time I showed up, I talked with Kutmah. I gave him one of my CD's that he ended up playing in his sets. In return, he passed me his Sacred Geometry mix and that basically changed my life.
Shlohmo: Having access to something like Low End was fucking amazing. There's only so much you can gather from a record at home. When you see it live, or hear the new stuff that a DJ hasn't yet released or maybe never will release, it's a whole different story. Going to Low End and seeing everyone experimenting with their music was super mind opening.
D-Styles: The Odd Future show was really memorable. I knew nothing about them before that night and saw six or seven kids on-stage and half the crowd was filled with young teenagers. I was looking at Kev like, 'Who are these kids?' Then they went on and it was nuts. I felt like I was watching Slayer.