Doors 7 p.m. / Show 8 p.m.
21+ / General Admission
Onsale: Friday, October 26 at 11am.
Jesse Kardon, better known as Subtronics, is a 24-year-old Philadelphia born dubstep producer specializing in all things robotic. His work is heavily influenced by the likes of Rusko, Skism, Tomba and Downlink, and the collective efforts of the underground dubstep community. Taking on a core group of followers over SoundCloud in the first few years, he has grown exponentially in the past few months, gaining support from a plethora of bass music legends. Subtronic’s signature bouncy yet mechanical sound design is matched by his incredibly recognizable flow, setting him apart from the vast sea of up and coming producers around the world.
Subtronics has recently collaborated with the likes of Uber, MurDa, Ecraze, and Samplifire, adding to his already expansive solo discography, garnering him attention from major labels. This continued growth resulted in one of his most successful collaborations to date in the form of a remix of “Thief” by Ookay which he put together with trap up and comer Bailo. The track was played out at every major festival in the summer of 2016, being supported by the likes of Adventure Club, Knife Party, 12th Planet, and many others. In 2017 Subtronics released several debut EP’s on some of the biggest labels in bass music. There doesn’t seem to be any obstacle imaginable that could slow down this young computer nerds continual rise into bass music glory.
Entering into the music scene from a giant cloud of smoke, Blunts & Blondes is taking the dubstep game by storm. Formally known as Michael Guard, he’s the life of the party whether he’s on the decks or in the mosh pit. His dynamic personality, style and unique talent is rocking the masses all over North America in the festival scene as well as in clubs.
Blunts & Blondes isn’t just making it in the game, he’s trying to change the way it works. His sound and styles are the furthest thing from cookie cutter. He creates his own, unique vibe by blending all elements of bass music and even sprinkling in hip-hop and deep Rastafarian influences. One thing is for certain, this young smoker is only getting warmed up as he prepares to leave the entire dance scene in a total haze. You are destined to leave the show with a contact high that you won’t soon shake.