Beanie started writing music in 2011 and has been experimenting with different forms of Electronic music ranging from Dubstep to House ever since. Recently, he has found himself creating various forms of bass music with a release on Gas Money Music, and working with Various artist locally and internationally. Over the years Beanie has been molding his sound to leave a standing impression on those around him.
Conrad Woodul, better known by his fans as ‘Sumthin Sumthin’ has been moving crowds with his music since he started playing the piano at the age of 8. Already influenced by a plethora of genres, Conrad at the age of 10, along with his punk rock loving father, attended a musically diverse festival in downtown Los Angeles. Accidentally stumbling across the electronic stage, Conrad’s appreciation for this experimental sound started to develop along with the general interest of being a part of the electronic dance community some day. For a while he contemplated scoring music for films, composing piano pieces on top of learning to produce. As he grew older into his teenage years, musical exploration and production expanded even further, influencing a track he produced called, ‘Windex.’ This track pushed the boundaries of what he thought he was capable of, sparking an undeniable curiosity within electronic production.
From there, the Icon Collective recruit started pushing out consistent experimental releases while establishing his own unique sound and imprint on the electronic community. Sumthin Sumthin has been supported by the likes of Bassnectar, RL Grime, Zeds Dead, Troyboi, Louis the Child, Ekali, & more. After tours with UZ, Bleep Bloop and a string of international shows, 2019 looks to be the brightest yet for a talent that has only begun scratching the surface.
Mitch Gilles aka LAYLOW began experimenting with music manipulation in his early years of college at Indiana University. Inspired by the trap and bass flow of artists like UZ, ATLiens, and Troyboi, he began performing at house parties and local bars, becoming known for his signature style and attention to detail. Although often blending multiple genres, his sets always come full circle, never ceasing to slam the audience with a repertoire of hybrid bass. LAYLOW is slowly becoming a household name in Indiana’s electronic scene.