IndyMojo Presents is proud to bring you your weekly dose of bass fueled mischief…..
~ ALTERED THURZDAZE ~
with special guest….
Willie Grimez is a vinyl dj, producer, graphic designer and all around artist. He is one half of the superstar dj group Grime Asylum with Phsyko-Lojik. He started djing around 97-98 and took a hiatus in 2005ish picked the decks back up in 09/10. He tours around the Midwest with his own brand of turntablism and mixing. He plays two or four deck’s of turntables or a mix with cdjs. Also apart of dj mixes now, asylum sessions collective and owner of draynohed productions..
Ed Trauma, an Indianapolis based Future Music DJ and producer since 2000, affiliated with the G9 Collective, Heavy Gun and SCS, has recently released Purple Midwest on IQ Entertainment. Mixed a project with Freddie Bunz and Grey Granite, titled “Electric Kool-Aid Experiment,” that was released exclusively on Indymojo.com. Gaining much recognition for his style of shaking the dance floor across the Midwest, Ed Trauma’s ADHD approach to quick mixes will keep any party moving, while leaving the audience craving more. Constantly editing and remixing tracks for his live shows, Ed Trauma continues to raise the bar for up and coming Dj’s. For more about Ed Trauma, visit his Facebook page and Twitter.
The Dub Knight
Specializing in high energy bass music, The Dub Knight is a crime-fighting DJ extraordinaire, capable of commanding audiences and sending them into a dancing frenzy by combining elements of Hip-Hop, Top 40, Trap Music, Dubstep, and much more! Having played throughout the Midwest alongside some of the biggest names in electronic dance music today, The Dub Knight is truly an unstoppable force to be reckoned with.
Since early 2011, The Dub Knight has been making his mark across the Midwest, having played the Indianapolis 500 Snake Pit alongside EDM superstars Diplo and Afrojack, in addition to the Spring Awakening Music Festival in Chicago and Electric Forest Music Festival in Rothbury, MI. He has also been the headlining DJ for the past three years at the New Years Eve parties for both Soundbar Nightclub (2013 & 2015) and The Mid Nightclub (2014), two of Chicago’s biggest and best premier nightclubs.
The Dub Knight has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in dance music today having opened for the likes of Diplo, Zeds Dead, RL Grime, Flosstradamus, Carnage, Afrojack, Porter Robinson, Laidback Luke, Flux Pavilion, Borgore, Valentino Khan, Milo & Otis, Figure, Krewella, Luminoxx, The Manufactured Superstars, Topher Jones, Kennedy Jones, Sebastien Drums, Lazy Rich, Moguai, Cookie Monsta, Candyland, and more! Make no mistake, The Dub Knight is one of the Midwest’s biggest up-and-coming DJs to watch out for.
Be sure to keep up with all the latest Dub Knight updates on twitter @dubknight and check out all his music at www.soundcloud.com/thedubknight.
Chart topping, dance floor rocking, and taste making come naturally to Atlanta based DJ and Producer Mayhem. With over 15 years in the studio and the decks, he has garnished the attention of the heavyweights in every genre of his focus. Rooted heavily in Drum & Bass music, and with a discerning ear, Mayhem found himself making big moves from an early age. From releasing records for Andy C, TeeBee, Dieselboy, Noisia, and Black Sun Empire to DJing across the world for massive crowds in Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and beyond; he has warranted a reputation for diversity and quality control. Collaborating with artists such as Noisia, Heroes x Villains, FKi, Le Castle Vania, Antiserum, Phace, Evol Intent, Sinthetix, Gein and Gridlok amongst many others, his production soared to new heights with “Exodus (featuring the legendary KRS-1)”, “Moonway Renegade”, “Choke”, and most recently a crossover album for Diplo’s Mad Decent Label “Transformers In The Hood”. Boundless inspiration pushed Mayhem to pursue Dubstep in it’s formidable years, immediately signing with the reputable Subway Records as well as SubHuman and Smog most recently. As of late his focus has been brought back to home on the forefront a movement combining Trap music with Dubstep, in addition to maintaining a healthy output of Drum & Bass, while working with Rap artists such as Tyga, Gucci Mane, Travis Porter, and Trouble. His club nights Transit, Fuck Yesss, Heavy, Haute Mess, Tambor Y Bajo, Service as well as regular events under Atlanta Dubstep have helped reshape Atlanta’s nightlife. No matter the genre, you are guaranteed a diverse set with attention to detail and a healthy respect for dynamics and balance. This is Mayhem.
Thurzday, February 23rd
5565 N. Keystone Ave
$7 day of show
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