Much as those guys from Four Tet and Caribou have traced an improbable trajectory from producing bucolic “folktronica” early last decade to their current esteem in the thriving international EDM scene, Californian neo-dandy Alfred Darlington — alias Daedelus — has lately emerged from his quaintly whimsical IDM tinkerings as a similarly unlikely de facto elder statesman of L.A.’s burgeoning beat underground. His historically prodigious release schedule may have tapered off slightly (his last full-length was 2011’s overstuffed, guest-studded Bespoke), but he seems busier than ever, collaborating and sharing remixes with the likes of Nosaj Thing, Sepalcure, Teebs and Gaslamp Killer, plus curating his own Magical Properties imprint, which has been less active as a label per se than a semi-annual live electronica roadshow/revue. This fourth installment features S.F./L.A. bass-head Salva, who just dropped his hyped-up, hip-hop-jacking Odd Furniture EP (Friends of Friends), and hotly tipped, Halifax-born cloud-rap beatsmith Ryan Hemsworth.
Sun., March 3, 9 p.m., $14, with Salva and Ryan Hemsworth, Underground Arts, 1200 Callowhill St.,