Our friends from Wisconsin are taking over!
Faceless Future Collective and Sub:Culture Present:
Deerskin — ZeroGravity — North Unit
SUB:CULTURE @ The Aquarium
Featuring the best regional performance DJ’s, and producers this is North Dakota’s premiere weekly.
$7 at the door.
Doors 9 p.m.
Music 10 p.m.
A cultural group within a larger culture, often having beliefs or interests at variance with those of the larger culture. This is North Dakota’s premiere EDM weekly. Showcasing the best regional producers and performance DJ’s. We are dedicated to making you dance.
The Faceless Future Collective:
Milwaukee, WI – ThazDope Records, Elliptic Audio Research
By combining hypnotic melodies and hard hitting basslines with his tribal spirit, Deerskin transports participants to distant lands where past and future mesh much like the styles and genres in his music. Drawing on the energy of the crowd, Deerskin is able to combine artistic live MIDI shows with select DJing to create a sonic euphoria that draws all to the dancefloor.
He has developed a unique sound that draws from rhythmic hip hop and modern down tempo EDM, combined with psychedelic elements of dub and trap. With his ability to stay relevant in the everchanging electronic music scene, Deerskin is here to stay and keep the party going all night long.
Milwaukee, WI – MalLabel Music, Elliptic Audio Research
The Stage Alias of Devin Lee, ZeroGravity is a Milwaukee based project that prides itself on remaining the utmost creative in today’s electronic world. From his spacey, mind scrambling originals, to his high energy free range live Ableton sets, this movement is here to push earthlings out towards the fringes of deep space, and away from the societal hold of current times.
With Debut Guest Performance by:
Masters of Northwoods Funk.
Bringing the sounds of Blues, Folk, Indie, and Americana to the world of electronic music. Finding inspiration in the northwoods of Wisconsin. This secret project has been hiding in waiting for two years growing and building.
Featuring bluesy guitar licks and synthwork over a gratuitous amount of bass, with an unexpected twist of folk instruments like mandolin, banjo, and dulcimer. Not to mention a hefty amount of bass, funk, and hip hop thrown in for good measure.
Prepare for funky, glitchy madness at the hands of the North Unit.