Wednesday, May 19, 2010
KILL THE NOISE @ SWEATIN!!!
On Thursday June 10th, Sweatin/Jetblack Empire and Wreck and Rep are joining forces to bring you the West Coast's premier electro act, formerly known to the drum and bass world as Ewun, none other than mufuckin...KILL THE NOISE to come help us commence the start of a beautiful Summer and the end of yet another treacherous year of higher education.
Also on the bill supporting KILL THE NOISE are Columbus's favorite Electro behavior problem, and the latest addition to the KILLPOP Records roster...DIGIRAATII. And you should know by now, that where there's DIGI, you can damn sure expect to find those nasty, rudebwoy, dubsteppah degenerates known by the general public as HOT MESS. Just in case you thought it couldn't get any more unruly, we got the homie, the one you love to hate, but know you really love...CJ "IS MY DJ" Townsend gettin the main floor all hot and bothered to start the shit off proper. BASS weaponry will be deployed from the main stage all night long with zero regard for human life
In the slight event that your frail, impressionable minds are all but blown by the main floor, you can take solace in knowing that there will be absolutely no refuge to be found in the otherwise usually quiet and relaxing Pump Lounge, because we've stacked that room equally as deep with Jetblack Empire BASS Monsters.
Up first is a debut set by the newly formed project between well respected veteran electronic taste makers DHR and Rebound, very appropriately entitled "REAL TALK. "
Then we have in store for you, Jetblack Empire favorite, and staple fire starter, Dustin "Big Bass Comes in Small Packages" Knell.
To round things off and shut it down, we have the questionably inhuman, raised on Mars with roeVy by robots, your favorite renegade cyborg, SYBLING Q
18 and over, doors at 10 PM, Axis Nighclub, 861 N. High Street, Cbus
Limited, advanced, discount presale tickets are available at Brigade, Milk Bar, and groovetickets.com for 8 bucks while supplies last.
Photos/Press by The Culture Vulture & Melt Mag