697 North Miami Ave.
Miami, FL 33136
10:00 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 22, 2012
Supporting Acts: Mike Deuce, Caligula AC Slater
AC Slater has established himself as one of the most in demand remixers and producers in the world right now and his growing reputation is showing no signs of slowing down. Raised on 90's Hip-Hop and nourished by old school rave, AC has cultivated these influences to give birth to his own style of music production. A pioneer in the current electro and heavy bass sound, AC is one of the most talked about and sought after dance artists around. His tracks consistently top the Hype Machine and radio airplay charts, most notably his remix of the international hit "Show Me Love" by Robin S and his remix of underground classic "Turn The Music Up" being voted one of Moby's top 10 tracks of the decade. Flinch
Los Angeles based beat maker Adam Glassco, better known as Flinch, is no stranger to the EDM world. A veteran producer who has progressed effortlessly from his beginnings in drum & bass and then electro, to current endeavors into jump-up and deeper, more melodic synth-based dubstep. The succession of sounds Flinch adheres to reflects a new breed of artists distinguished most by his ability to marry a massive, tear-out bassline with a melody that could serenade your grandmother, or create tracks that pair careful grit & distortion with catchy songwriting. A true tastemaker, Flinch consistently delivers a wide selection of cuts riding between the UK funky, club, moombahton, techno, garage, and dubstep genre lines. There is an undeniable buzz in the bass music world for Flinch's recent productions on labels such as SMOG and Trouble & Bass, most notably his massive single "World On Fire," which has often been championed by Skrillex, 12th Planet, and Datsik and is making a huge impact with audiences worldwide. Harvard Bass
Anyone who has ever watched the birth of a genre before knows that it almost always grows from the youth; the fresh perspective. Well, I'd like to present a candidate for that new sound in the form of new-comer Harvard Bass. Clocking in at a measley 21 years of age, this San Diegoan seems to have stumbled, with his first original track, on a hell of jackin' banger. If you have been through LA recently, you might recognize him as Sleazy V often seen amongst folk such as Paparazzi, Acid Girls, Johnny Love and so on. It's interesting to me that someone that has come up in the blog house scene then comes back with straight up jackin' house. I wonder if its a trend. I wonder if the pattern will persist and other young post bloghouse producers will follow suit. Regardless, this tune kills on the floor and I can't wait to see what else ol' Harvard Bass has got up his sleeve.