Poplife and Grand Central present
Kill Paris, Antiserum, Mayhem
697 N Miami Ave.
Miami, FL, 33136
Doors 10:00 PM
This event is 18 and over
Tuesday, November 20th U Street Music Hall presents Dub Police label-head Caspa at 9:30 Club, at 10:00 p.m. London-based DJ/producer Caspa, is one of dubstep's most influential figures; having founded several major dubstep labels (Dub Police, Sub Soldiers and Storming Productions) hosting/nourishing the careers of Emalkay, Trolley Snatcha and The Others (to name a few). Having collaborated with the likes of Rusko (for FabricLive.37) and remixing for Ludacris, Deadmau5, Kaskade, Swedish House Mafia and Katy B, Caspa has remained a leader throughout the dubstep community, spinning Hardfest, Lollapalooza and throughout Europe.
Corey Baker aka Kill Paris has been scorching the internet blogesphere this summer. Receiving support from A-Trak, Dillon Francis, Flux Pavilion, and Skrillex. Kill Paris's focus has been on giving his music away for free and make it easier for people to share with others. He just had his own "name your own price" album release on killparis.bandcamp.comcall "The Beginning (2012)" His also soundcloud features 23 songs that anyone can download for free. Being an Ableton Certified Trainer, his software of choice is Ableton Live. Live shows consist of 90 percent originals and remixes. Corey is currently sharing the stage all over the US with the likes of Pretty Lights, Zion I, Mimosa, AraabMuzik, Whiskey Pete, Figure, Mac Miller, Infected Mushroom, & Nicky Romero to name a few.
As a vanguard of forward thinking bass music, Antiserum continuously defines the sound of today. Spawned in a laboratory of collaborations with heavy hitters such as LA dubplate warrior 12th Planet, he has found himself continuously at the forefront of bass music's list key players. His releases on Smog Records and Caspa's Dub Police label have established him as a mainstay of sub-heavy music.
Antiserum's ability to inoculate should come as no surprise. His production "Brick Squad Anthem," a collaboration with Atlanta-based music producer Mayhem, has received huge support from the bass community including Skrillex, Diplo, Datsik, and Flux Pavillion. His collaboration with 12th Planet on the Smog City Compilation, "Bass Salt" was featured on Rolling Stone and UKF and his remix of Helicopter Showdown's "Can You Feel Me" reached #2 on the beatport dubstep charts.
Antiserums BBC Radio 1xtra mix is a brief glance into the dynamic nature of his performance, during which he defies expectations of the listener and delivers an injection of what can only be described as the "Antiserum." Upcoming collaborations with 12th Planet, Mayhem, Brillz, and a release on Datsik's Firepower label will likely dub him the patron saint of bass in 2013.
Chart topping, dance floor rocking, and taste making come naturally to Atlanta based producer, DJ, label executive and promoter Mayhem. With over 15 years in the studio and 13 years on the decks, he has garnered the attention of the heavyweights in every genre of his focus. Rooted heavily in Drum & Bass music, and with a discerning ear, 28 year old Mayhem found himself making big moves from an early age. From releasing records for Andy C, TeeBee, Dieselboy, Noisia, and Black Sun Empire to DJing across the world for massive crowds in Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and beyond; he has warranted a reputation for diversity and quality control. Collaborating with and developing artists such as Noisia, Le Castle Vania, Phace, Evol Intent, Sinthetix, Gein and Gridlok amongst many others, his production soared to new heights with "Exodus (featuring the legendary KRS-1)", "Moonway Renegade", and "Choke" with Noisia. Boundless inspiration pushed Mayhem to pursue Dubstep in it's formidable years, immediately signing with the reputable Subway Records, as well as Indie/Electro under the moniker Rrrump. As of late his focus has been brought back to home on the forefront a movement combining southern Rap music with Dubstep collaborating with long time friend Heroes + Villains. His club nights Transit, Fuck Yesss, Heavy, Tambor Y Bajo, Atlanta Dubstep and Haute Mess have helped reshape Atlanta's nightlife. No matter the genre, you are guaranteed a diverse set with attention to detail and a healthy respect for dynamics and balance. This is Mayhem.
$25.00 - $30.00
Grand Central - Miami
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