Tuesday, January 25
Doors: 7pm Show: 8pm
$37.50 to $40

Tickets $32.50 – $40.00

Jesse Kardon, better known by his alias Subtronics, is an American dubstep DJ and producer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. He is known for his song "Griztronics", a collaboration with Michigan-based electronic music artist GRiZ that peaked on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs at the No. 9 position in late 2019. Kardon peaked at No. 10 on Billboard's Next Big Sound chart in September 2019. Kardon is known for his mixtape series Now That's What I Call Riddim though he has stated the mixes are not riddim despite the name. Originally released in February 2017, the series has grown to five volumes, with most containing mashups, exclusive mixes, and unreleased music as well as various DJs and producers introducing themselves during interludes. The fourth iteration, Now That’s What I Call Riddim Vol. 4, contains around 110 songs from a large number of artists. A fifth installment was released in January 2020. Kardon marked it as the last in the mix series and included songs by Skrillex, Excision, Doctor P and Boogie T.
What happens in the basement, stays in the basement.
LEVEL UP aka Sonya Broner feels most at home behind the decks. Originally a battle DJ studying under the legendary Rob Swift, LEVEL UP dove into music production after discovering dubstep. Continuously crafting her sound is what makes her feel the happiest and is her truest form of self expression. While at the beginning of her journey, she has already gone on to release music on Deadbeats, GRVDNCR, and Buygore, with much more in the pipeline. A theatre actress in her youth, her storytelling ability is evident through her music: unfathomably heavy wubs and wobbles, and tricky doubles leave the audience energized and ready for more. She has since gone on a national tour with Subtronics, and graced the stages of Lost Lands, Electric Forest, High Caliber, and more. 2020 has been a watershed year for LEVEL UP performing at over 30 drive-in events alongside Subtronics, Boogie T, HE$H and other artists, while the touring industry reinvents itself during the time of Covid. Look for even more to come from LEVEL UP in 2021 and beyond.
Emerging into the bass music scene in 2012, Lee Jennings, AKA ‘Neonix’ has cemented himself as one of the most exciting talents hailing from Flower Mound, Texas. His dark, yet hard-hitting style combines to deliver top-quality productions that are truly groundbreaking! Drawing influence from artists such as Subject 31, Megalodon, Rekoil, & Devour – Neonix blends various sounds to create some of the hardest tracks consisting of brutal bass lines and wonky snares that are known to make the dance floor erupt! With massive releases such as the ‘Kaiju EP’ on Prime Audio, Neonix has gained momentum in the dubstep realm and has become a true staple in the underground scene. Be on the lookout for Neonix in this upcoming year, big things coming!