Ganja White Night

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OPENING ACT(s): Dirt Monkey , Subtronics

Thu 2/15

Doors 7:00 / Show 8:00
Electric Factory
— $20 Early Bird - $25 GA - $30 DOS | All Ages
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Biography

Belgian bass duo Ganja White Night is quickly setting the tone for the bass community around the globe. Members Benjamin “Bamby” Bayeul & Charlie “Erwan” Dodson continue to make waves in the electronic community with their iconic Wobble sound. With their live ensemble, the duo is able to express themselves more freely during live performances creating a truly captivating experience. Growing up in the humble town of Mons Belgium, the duo was in a way sheltered from the music industry of the United States allowing them to create a honest & unique sound of their own. With their musical roots ranging from early UK bass sounds to the reggae vibes, Ganja White Night has twisted together their influences and spit out something truly fresh. After a near decade deep discography, Ganja White Night struck a cord with their Mr Wobble LP release cementing their iconic Wobble sound. Centered around the idea of creating their own mini universe, the duo teamed up with Ebo, a famous Belgium street artist to bring their concepts & vision alive. With the debut of Wobble Master & LFO Requiem full animated music videos in 2016, the story of Mr Wobble was birthed. Drawing similarities to the visual aspect of the Gorrilaz and their unique style of telling a story through their music, the duo plans to continue exploring their own universe. Only time will tell how big this universe is!

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  • Dirt Monkey

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    Dirt Monkey, aka Patrick Megeath, has carved his uplifting, bouncy, and unique sounds within the Denver, Colorado dubstep scene and has gained international acknowledgement with his punchy and playful sound design. His tracks have gained support and captivated audiences via many pioneers, such as: Skream, Benga, Rusko, Datsik, Excision, A-Trak, Virtual Riot, Anna Lunoe, Annie Nightingale (BBC Radio 1), Downlink, Ganga White Night, and Protohype. Dirt Monkey’s Remix of Rusko’s “Woo Boost” has recently hit the world by storm, was released on Subcarbon Records, and to top it all off, is supported by the don himself, Rusko. Although this eclectic music junky enjoys a wide-variety of music, he has gravitated towards the trippy, crisp sounds of IDM and the wonky, high-energy sounds of old school dubstep and strives to fuse the two together. He has worked with a wide-variety of artists including: DMVU, Space Jesus, Illenium, Party Wave, Run DMT, AMP Live, and Jantsen. Dirt Monkey has performed at a countless number of breathtaking venues, including Red Rocks Amphitheatre, clubs in France, and Beta Nightclub in Denver, CO (where he has held a residency for the last 5 years). Also, for the past four years, he established and ran the record label, Kairos Audio, with the help of co-founder, Jantsen. In the future, expect this virtuoso to continue carving a niche that does not exist yet in the music scene and stay on the look out for a 5-song EP coming out in Spring 2017 on one of the most reputable labels in the world. Although, Dirt Monkey is extremely versatile to say the least, his true wobbly greatness will continue a movement within clubs, both boutique and world-class venues, and the colorful festival scene.

  • Subtronics

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    Philadelphian native, Subtronics, better known as Jesse Kardon to friends &family, is a 20 year-old heavy bass producer. Beginning in early 2011, youngJesse began under the alias Arkitect, but later would switch to Subtronics due to branding and use issues. Completely harnessing his sound more between the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013, the producer began to grow exponentially in his musical skill and began his next EP, Cataclysm, Released inApril of 2012, the Cataclysm EP [Ordinance Records] would recognize hisoriginal, "Cataclysm" and a remix from the lovestep producer, Jenga.Following this release, Subtronics began to work on another EP, one better thanever before. The “Corruption EP” would follow, releasing on Tectonik Records,the bass sub-label of where it all began, Ordinance Records. This EP would gainrecognition from the likes of JPhelpz, Xaebor, Inval3d, Obridium, & more. Overthe next few months, you’ll see new releases from Subtronics on SuspectDubstep’s Prime Audio, DarkstepWarrior’s Xenomorph Recordings, and freereleases along the way.

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