Friday October 28, 2011 – Saturday October 29, 2011
1000 Seaboard St. Charlotte, NC
BeyondEDM back letting you know about the latest edition of the Carolina's original bass music party:
MINDELIXIR PRESENTS BASS CHURCH 17
FRIDAY OCT 28
This is the place to be for Halloween at the region's biggest, baddest, and bass heaviest party. Dress in your scariest, nastiest, or sexiest outfit and prepare for one ghoulishly grimy experience. Ghouls, girls and bass in your face, and you know we're packing serious heat.
Featuring performances by
John Hairston Jr.
FRIDAY OCT. 28th
AGES 21+ $5
AGES 18-21 $10
DAY OF SHOW:
ALL TICKETS ARE $15 AFTER 11PM
AGES 21+ $10
AGES 18-21 $15
MUST HAVE ID FOR TICKETS AND AT DOOR
MUST BE AT LEAST 18 TO ATTEND
Or in person at:
The Fillmore Charlotte Box Office
1000 Seaboard St
The Last Word Bookstore
230 East W.T. Harris Blvd Suite B11
Charlotte, NC 28262
Since the release of his debut single "The Reef" on Frite Nite he has been pulling down remixes, working on vinyl releases and performing mindbending sets across the nation. Seemingly erupting from nowhere this Oakland based artist has been melting both faces and hearts with his own brand of bass music, frequently combining filthy bass sounds with focused melodies and sentimental vocal snippets into a melange of sonic wonder.
Pulling influences from both club culture and counter culture NastyNasty's unique sound has garnered attention around the globe gracing blogs and mixes worldwide, most notably; 2 top rated mp3â€²s on Xlr8r, a rinsing on Skream's "Stella Sessions" radio show by dj/producer Starkey and his own mix on Rob Booth's "Electronic Explorations" podcast series.
Mindelixir has been a busy individual recently. His funky jazz infused blend of bass music has been categorized as dubstep often but there's something very different about this producers sound. See for yourself by checking out his new mix that just dropped for Seclusiasis or checking out his latest release, Doomsday Ticket, fresh from Daly City Records. His monthly party Mindelixir Presents Bass Church is one of the largest bass parties in the country and his work with Atlanta based record label ALR has lead to record sales for every quarter that he was on the team. Mindelixir won The Glitch Mob's "Drive it Like you Stole it" remix competition, and is also featured on ADJ's Fawlty Mekanizms" EP from Outside Recordings.He'll be starting a new imprint soon, so stay tuned. Watch out for his live show, there's no other place on earth to hear the futuristic bass heavy blend he's wielding.
Spooky Jones -
2010 was epic for Spooky, as he played in concert with Datsik, Rusko, Flux Pavillion, Doctor P, The Glitch Mob, Lazer Sword, Starkey, Joker, Tipper, Sub Swara, Borgore, EOTO, Lotus, and many more. Teamed up now with Abstract Logic Recordings and Mindelixir Presents, Spooky Jones is here to stay. ALR released first EP "Hypno Roll" which charted on several online retailers, including Addictech and Juno. One of the tracks "Sex Stain" was put on beatports Top10 Dubstep tracks for the week and was also played by Starkey on BBC1 Radio Xtra's Daily Dose of Dubstep. He also had two new tracks on ALR's top compilation "Mindelixir Presents : Repeat Business"
Stereotonin seeks inspiration for his addictive instrumental tracks drawing from the work of artists spanning every genre; from Sly and The Family Stone to Flying Lotus. Based in Nashville, TN, Stereotonin has worked with musicians of all eras and styles.
After several years of collaborations with rap artists, Stereotonin realized that the atmosphere he was trying to create through his music was often in conflict with the message of the lyricist. He then changed his direction and decided to focus on communication without verbal cues.
John Hairston Jr (Live Painting) -
John Hairston Jr. has been an artist for as long as he can remember. A North Carolina native, he created art before he could read or write. Throughout his grade school years, he spent the majority of his time drawing superheroes and listening to any old soul or Hip Hop records he could get his hands on. Little did he know that his love for all things spandex-clad and funky would play such a major role in his development as an artist. Under the guidance of his high school mentors and college professors, he learned to tap into these components to create a style of artwork that seamlessly blends political satire, social commentary and obscure pop-culture references. Hairston graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration and began his career as a professional artist illustrating storyboards for a string of independent films and several television ads. He has done commissioned pieces for numerous art collectors and various non-profit organizations. Hairston's work is currently on display in various art galleries all over the East Coast and Charlotte, NC.
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