The Gaslamp Killer - (Los Angeles)
The Gaslamp Killer (born William Benjamin Bensussen) is a Los Angeles-based DJ who releases material through Brainfeeder, the record label of Flying Lotus. Bensussen grew up in San Diego, California, where he began listening to Too Short, Jimi Hendrix, and Dr. Dre. After being influenced by DJ Shadow, he became a DJ in San Diego's Gaslamp district when he was 17, where his unique sets often ruined the pop music vibe in the clubs, earning him the nickname "The Gaslamp Killer." After moving to Los Angeles in 2006, he helped found Low End Theory, "L.A.'s monolithic weekly showcase for uncut beat-driven tracks". Bensussen has played at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, the Austin Psych Fest, and the Decibel Festival. and the Roskilde Festival.
Subvert - (Calgary)
(Rottun/PK Sound/Shambhala Music Festival)
Subvert hails from Calgary, Alberta and has been winding his path through music since 1996. Proof of his dedication to 'Bass' is in his track record of creating the world's loudest competition vehicles, designing pK's 100,000 watt sound system and managing
the Village Stage at Shambhala Music Festival. He started DJing in 2000 and combined with his extensive work on sound systems and attention to precision sound, he was ultimately & naturally led down the path to creating his own music and once again the low frequencies consumed him. Subvert's sound is a combination of throbbing, relentless basslines, melodic strings and haunting pianos singing through drumstep, midtempo glitch and dubstep. His attention to detail and the ability to tune into 'bass that works' can be felt in all of his music productions.
B-Nasty (St. Louis)
[Andy B and Nasty Nate Tag Set]
The new collaboration from local legend Andy B and his cohort and long time
friend Nasty Nate. With nearly three decades of party rocking between the two. Thecombination of raw talent, progressive skill, and calculated experimentation, to design theultimate sonic control make for wild parties and exhausted dancers. BNasty's style canbe characterized by driving electro arrangements with potent low-end baselines, always
funky, always fresh, there sets demand the utmost respect.
Obitykenobi - Disco Aliens
You may have noticed obitykenobi as a regular in the midwest rave scene
the last several years. He has opened for the likes of Andy B, Kyle Geiger,
Frankie Bones, Justin Martin, Adam Jay, Forrest Green, Angel Alanis, Nigel
Richards, Tony Desaro, Jesse James, and DJ Seoul. From events in his
hometown of Louisville, KY to bangers in Detroit, Miami, St. Louis and just
about everywhere in between. A true lover of all music, but a Jedi of
Techno, he brings an intuitive "Alien" message to redirect your regular
scheduled programming. Detroit Techno has always been a major influence in
his life and it shows in his music. He is highly respected throughout the
Mid-West for his unique style and personality. Whether he's crushing it solo
or in the company of his brethren, the Disco Aliens, rest-assured you will
be pleased with the conditioning that you will receive and will be coming
back for more. If you ever see him out and about have a conversation with
him - you will see that he is, a real-life Jedi Master.
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Thieves Of Flight
Thieves of Flight, Kansas City's Premier Aerial Academy and Aerial Performance Collective, is an edgy and experimental collaboration of aerial dance and acrobatics, comprised of performing artists from the Kansas City area. Our mission is to demonstrate the beauty of collaborative movement that is inspired by various acrobatic, dance and performance backgrounds. The ensemble features ballet and modern dancers as well as specialty circus and performance artists.
Performance Art and Deco Presented by:
Easily Distracted Art Collaborative
Sound Provided by Spectre Audio [[[Turbo Sound]]]
Flyer by Jumbie
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The Skatium (View)
120 Catalan Street
St. Louis , MO 63111
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
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|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|