Stockpile and Republic present...
Kennedy Jones and Julian Benasis
Kayatik, Ritual, Klutch
828 S. Peters Street
New Orleans, LA, 70130
This event is 18 and over
It's been roughly 2 years of dedicated producing, and Chicago's very own, Benasis, has already begun to leave his permanent footprint in the steadily growing Bass Music scene. He's accomplished so much in such a short period of time. After winning a highly competitive Beatport Remix Competition for Skint Records legendary music producer, "Freq Nasty", he broadened his following greatly. His remix of the reggae influenced Freq Nasty track "Not Givin In" went on to make top 10 of the top 100 dubstep charts of Major Online Electronic Dance Music store "Track It Down". He's received support from not only Skint Records Freq Nasty but also Proper Pedigrees big time Trap Duo "Watapachi", heRobust, and Gramatik. After gaining attention from his release on Skint Records, he was approached by Konfront Records to do a four track EP entitled "RUID" or Rage Until I Die which also went on to do well among the masses. Benasis held his own remix competition of his track "Whatcha Gon Do." The competition itself received 30 amazing remixes created by talented music producers from all over the world. Benasis quickly continues to push forward with his talented and creative innovation of Bass Music. With followers steadily growing from all over the world, Benasis is sure to be doing big things in the months to come...
Hailing from Southern California, Kennedy Jones is no stranger to bass music stages in the United States. Having had great success with his prior collaborative project which was predominantly Dubstep oriented, his last release was signed to Ultra Records. With a need for a solo project, the "Kennedy Jones" project was born taking the trapstyle bass music scene by storm. With support from artists such as Borgore, 12th Planet, Mt Eden, Luminox, Shift Key, Ookay, and more, he has proved already that his high energy bass-packed tunes can rock dance floors across the world.
Most notably, the recent release of Elvis Crespo's "Suavemente" (Kennedy Jones Trap Remix) on the Buygore All Stars Album
( http://bit.ly/kjsuavemente ) which has recently been played on the Los Angeles based radio station Power 106 and UK based radio station BBC Radio 1 by 12Th Planet ( http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p013jsw3 ). The album also features a collaboration between Kennedy Jones and Borgore with their 110BPM dance floor smasher remix of "Macarena".
Having started his solo project less than 3 months ago, Kennedy is quickly becoming recognized as the artist to watch in 2013 and keeps supporters wanting more with his versatile productions and live selection.
The recent release of Kennedy's new original Tutch Drap has quickly gained support from notable artist around the world and has currently received air play on BBC1Xtra with Benga and N-Type.
Klutch (Andre Waguespack): What happens when you mix fervent passion, relentless dedication, and a vast background in Music? You get one of the most creative, innovative DJ/Producers to ever hit the scene: Klutch. One of the many great things about this multi-faceted Musician is that every show is extremely unique; no two sets are even remotely the same. In a true Artist’s fashion, Klutch blends multiple genres together in ways that a lot of people would call impossible, painting a musical masterpiece of diverse sound. Another strong suit of Klutch is his one-of-a-kind stage performance and energy. He pumps so much energy into the crowd you’ll think he’s sponsored by Red Bull (; But no matter how hard the crowd is going, one thing is certain during a Klutch set: He’ll be going the hardest. Brillz is gonna have to bring it like he’s back at the TomorroWorld Main Stage, because Klutch will be setting the bar extremely high. It’s only the beginning for this soon to be Superstar. In fact, he’s got so much potential EDMutual might just have to sign him ourselves (;
PS: Klutch will be dropping an unreleased remix that will leave you begging for him to make public, just so that you can show anyone who made the poor choice of not coming out what they missed. You lucky, lucky audience you.