Brooklyn-based SAVOY's rock edged, yet club-geared releases, along with their notoriously high energy live shows have spawned a hybrid dance culture of its own. In just under a year and a half, the live electro-house trio has made a name for itself by effectively bridging the gap between the concert venue rocker and the club-bangin' partier - and the result is a rapidly emerging new market that can't seem to get enough. In such a short period of time, SAVOY has truly established themselves as not only talented producers but as innovators of live electronic music.


Hailing from Denver, the young producer/dj has already garnered the attention & support from international heavy weights such as, Richie Hawtin, Marco Carola, Luciano, 2000 and one, Umek, Pleasurekraft, DJ Chus, Mark Knight, John Acquaviva, Adam Beyer, Fedde Le Grand and many more.

Jaceo's talents have constantly been showcased as his releases have steadily landed in the Beatport Top 100 charts. Most recently, his track 313 (Detroit Calling) with Pleasurekraft & Vedic reached #1 status in the Beatport Techno Top 100. It was released through Bitten Records. Also, he released a two track EP with Pleasurekraft and Vedic dubbed American Hustle on legendary dj/producer 2000 and One’s label, 100% Pure. The two tracks entitled ‘American Hustle’ and ‘Skin Song of Skull Island’ respectively, both went on to make waves in the Beatport charts with the former peaking at #2 on the on the tech house chart & #15 overall. However, teaming up with Pleasurekraft is nothing new to Jaceo – two successful remix efforts on Pleasurekraft & Luigi Rocca’s 'Nostromo', another chart topping release that hit #14 on the Beatport tech house chart, plus his remix of 'Carny' that landed at #25 on the Beatport tech house chart, preceded the American Hustle EP.

Bass Coma

Bass Coma – Two words that describe how you’ll feel after one of their shows. These guys are pure energy that blasted the EDM scene of Columbia, MO in the summer of 2011. With an instinctive feel for each venue, Justin Smith and Clayton Stevens use beat manipulation with spontaneity mixing their own production work with Dubstep, Moombahton, Electro and everything in between.

Never repeating a set list, in their first year, Bass Coma was found sharing the stage with the likes of Downlink, Crizzly, Dieselboy, Helicopter Showdown, Getter, NiT GriT, SPL, Trampa, Soloman, VibesquaD, Ana Sia and many more.

Go! magazine listed Bass Coma as one of the 7 Columbia music groups to watch in 2012 with the release of the EP “What You Know About Mashups?”, “Gucci Goes Hard” and “Eyes On the Rain” getting over 80,000 hits on websites such as, and Recently picked up by Connector Presents, Bass Coma embarks on tour in April 2013 to spread the Bass virus to the next lucky rager.


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The Blue Note (MO)


SAVOY with Jaceo, Bass Coma

Thursday, October 24 · Doors 8:30 PM / Show 9:30 PM at The Blue Note (MO)

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