1402 Clinton St.
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 18 and over
PANTyRAiD is the product of two music producers that met on the West Coast of the United States and share the same appreciation for well produced electronic dance music. Martin Folb (aka MartyParty) and Josh Mayer (aka Ooah) have always loved the art of songwriting instead of the typical club track production.
They set off to write melodic, musical journeys within the electronic genre. Each song has its own character, its own intention, and often crosses over many genres of electronic and traditional music. One thing is consistent in all PANTyRAiD production, attention to detail, not found in typical electronic production. Constant variation in the beat, and an almost overwhelming palette of instrumentation and audio tricks and techniques.
The combination of MartyParty and Ooah has started a movement back towards the power of the melody and instrumental composition. Together they have invented a formula for producing intense club songs that pull together gorgeous and modern electronic sounds with hard hitting beats, brining the best of hip-hop, dubstep and other forms of experimental electronic music.
The music is a new flavor of urban beat, a fresh new sexy sound that draws those that love to dance.
Josh Mayer aka Ooah - (www.myspace.com/ooahmusik)
Marty Folb aka Marty Party - (www.myspace.com/tracksthatflow)
Slink is not just a DJ. He is more than a producer. He is a musical pioneer.
To party with DJ Slink is to have so much $%&*@ fun, it hurts.
With over 15 Years of experience behind the decks, this guy
knows how to rock a crowd. Not constrained to one genre, in his sets' he veers into Moombahton, Bass Music, Trap, Electro, Mashups, Breaks & Hip-Hop.
DJ Slink has played beside artists such as:
Bassnectar, Skrillex, Dave Nada, 12th Planet, Flux Pavilion, Doctor P, Major Lazer, Girl Talk, Diplo, Rusko, Switch, Moby, The Crystal Method, The Stanton Warriors, Deekline, Kill the Noise, VHS or Beta, N.E.R.D, Faust & Shortee, Kid Capri, Deiselboy, DJ Icey, Jen Lasher, DJ Dara, Jurassic 5, DJ Dan, Rabbit in the Moon, STS9, AK1200, D:Fuse, Christopher Lawrence, Lee Coombs, Baby Anne, Scott Henry, Keith MacKenzie and many more.
DJ Slink was born in Knoxville,Tennessee. He began his love affair with music early in life. As early as 5th grade he had already destroyed his grandparent's old turntable, scratched up their Lawrence Welk albums and accumulated a pretty impressive collection of 45's. Then along came the dual cassette boom box. What started out as a means to make breakdancing practice mixes, soon became a full-on obsession with the pause mix tape. Even then, Slink had an affinity for cutting and pasting.
Raised on Run DMC, LL Cool J, UTFO & Whodini, early Hip-Hop was a large influence. In the early 90's Slink was introduced to electronic music. Groups like Altern8, Meat Beat Manifesto,The Klf, The Prodigy and others soon became a huge influence. The turntable seemed like the natural next step. Thus, DJ Slink was born.
Slink began his career spinning underground warehouse parties. Playing in cities like Atlanta, Nashville & Asheville.
Later, Slink joined forces with some other like-minded people to produce music as "The Speed Freeks." High-tempo, high-octane breakbeat music. Signed to Stratus Records, The Speed Freeks released several
tracks on vinyl.
Hailing from the land of Breakbeat and Brown Water, Micah McGee, aka Strooly, is on a mission fueled by heavy bass and black coffee. Strooly pulls inspiration from all genres making sure to appeal to everyone listening. “I want to do everything I can to make sure I’m not pigeon-holed into one genre, so I make sure to keep a plethora of genres, Footwork, Grime, House, Moombahton, Future Bass, Hip Hop, etc., in heavy rotation whether I’m at home producing or out playing a show.”
During the last few years, Strooly has found himself involved in a number of projects, including co-founding Voodoo Village Recordings, a forward thinking bass label based out of Memphis, TN, resident DJing at Electrocity, the largest and longest running dance party also in Memphis, and most recently his two-piece project GRIM, a dark-bass post-trap project composed along side close friend Anthoney Carter. In his brief time performing, Strooly has shared the stage with talent such as 12th Planet, Skrillex, Dillon Francis, Alvin Risk, Deathface, Myrryrs, and many others. Be sure to keep an eye out for upcoming releases from Strooly, GRIM, and several other up the sleeve projects coming forth in the near future.
$20.00 - $25.00
18 & over only. Gov't issued ID required. No re-entry.
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