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MASSIVE New Year's Eve at QUAD * Open til 6AM*

Spring4th Center

Tuesday, December 31, 2013 at 10:00 PM - Wednesday, January 1, 2014 at 6:00 AM (EST)

MASSIVE New Year's Eve at QUAD * Open til 6AM*

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Only $15 for Presales and $20 at door! http://quadatlanta.com/show.cfm?id=111273 Ended $20.00 $2.09

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New Years Eve at QUAD on a TUESDAY!!!
What could say MASSIVE PARTY any more than that?

We have 2 stages with DJs like Heroes X Villains, RIVEN, HPNTK, SyL-o, KRY and Dope Arcade to name a few...

MASSIVE SOUND video mapping and lasers covering QUAD in face melting bass and mind blowing lighting.

Only $15 for Presales and $20 at door!

18+ to party 21+ to drink WE ID

Champagne Toast at midnight ! Open til 6AM!!

10:00-11:00 Kry
11:00-12:00 Riven
12:00-1:00 Dope Arcade
1:00-2:00 HxV
2:00-3:00 HPNTK
3:00-4:00 SyL-o
4:00-5:00 Oculus
5:00-6:00 Bellagio

11:00-12:00 George Antonios
12:00-1:00 Zebroka
1:00-2:00 Ninja Flash
2:00-3:00 Brobots
3:00-4:00 The Snacks
4:00-5:00 Zan

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Name: Heroes and Villains


Bio: "We're only interested in making music you can fight or strip to..."

Daniel Disaster and Pete Heartless, production duo behind Heroes x Villains, begin as two punk kids from the depths of the Dirty South, notorious for blowing speakers during their chaotic DJ sets as teenagers.

The pair remain creatively connected, despite divergent lifestyles: Heartless maintains a quiet, relatively normal life while Disaster seems content to exist with his feet dangling ever so slightly over the edge. He spends several years behind the boards at Grand Hustle Records as an engineer working alongside the likes of Justin Timberlake, Lil' Wayne, T.I. and Young Jeezy.

Armed with this experience, roots in punk/hardcore and an appreciation for Southern rap music, Heroes x Villains start their ascent with warbling, bass heavy, electronic dance music remixes of Waka Flocka Flame's 'Oh Let's Do It' and Gucci Mane's 'Lemonade'. These, a remix of Lil' Jon and Diplo's 'U Don't Like Me' and several others make up 'We Off That,' their first mixtape which garners critical acclaim.

Less speakers burst into flames these days but Heroes x Villains DJ sets remain as caustic as ever. Stage diving and raucous mosh pits are regular occurrences; champagne spraying in every direction and half naked women moving in ways their parents wouldn't likely approve of come standard. The raw, occult like energy and track selection is a manifestation of how Disaster and fans of Heroes x Villains choose to live: shameless, unrepentant, maximalist hedonism.

Heroes x Villains barreled into 2012 as diverse and dangerous as ever. Beginning in early January, they introduced the weekly 'BLXRRD OXT' series, manipulating records like Young Jeezy's ode to intoxication 'WXY 2 GXNE' and England's dark pop princess Charlie XCX 'NUXLEAR SEAXONX' into soundtracks for a haunting, drug-addled haze.

And in February, showcasing the two year progression of Southern rap music fusing with electronic dance elements, comes rising Atlanta rap group FKi's mixtape 'Transformers In The Hood' produced by Diplo, Heroes x Villains and Atlanta EDM producer Mayhem.

With genre-bending, rule breaking unpredictability as their calling card, it's pointless to attempt to figure out what Heroes x Villains may do next... best to just sign the waiver and enjoy the ride.



Bio: While a lot of DJs have gravitated to the “bass” sound after years of spinning Hip-Hop and the like, HPNTK is part of a different breed – he is one of the younger upstarts who grew up immersed in bass culture, and is just naturally aligning his love for the subs with his affinity for Southern Rap. Combine that with his love for creating music, and you’ve got the pulse of the future of this movement in the palm of your hands.
2005 was the year that this young soundboy started combining his loves, and quickly amassed a fat collection of mash-ups and remixes, while still starting out in the ATL music scene. With Atlanta being one of the Mecca’s of Southern Rap over the last decade, as well as having a renowned scene full of dubstep and Drum & Bass crews and events, it’s almost like two freight trains crashing together and creating this selector. HPNTK’s been pushing the THUGSTEP sound through his remixes, as well as five acclaimed Dirty South Thugstep mixtapes, which have distinguished him from the growing number of producers and DJs who are latching onto the scene nowadays. He already has the Internet on smash, with a number of his remixes and mixtapes making the rounds on like-minded blogs and websites, but he has no problem dividing his time between smashin’ dubstep nights in varying clubs, and keeping the ravers yearning with his pulsating mixes. He’s one of the few DJs who get mention when speaking on the bass movement in the A, and for good reason.
Following his initial Warriors EP and Sublanta LP, which turned heads in his direction as well as to the Freakstep imprint, HPNTK now ventures deeper into the bass trenches, quickly becoming a prominent leader of the Trapstyle movement. “Trap Shaker” has now enjoyed multiple weeks on the Beatport Hip-Hop Top 100 peaking at #14, and his remix of D-Monkey's "Bang Bang" has earned Top 10 status just weeks after release.

Name: Dope Arcade


Bio: Dope Arcade hails from Atlanta, Georgia consisting of two like minded individuals who sought to create a new sound that impacted the Electronic scene. Both being huge gamers, as well as master-mind producers, they came up with a sound that really connected with the crowd. Mixing all of these elements and influences allowed them to create a whole new take on electronic music for everyone to enjoy. They like to make all kinds of music and are not the type of artists you can keep labeled under one genre. With musical tastes ranging from Drum & Bass to Moombahton they like to keep all the bases' covered.

Dope Arcade has had the honor of sharing the stage with Producers such as:
Mt. Eden, Porter Robinson, xKore, Figure,The Killabits, KillaGraham, Excision, Ajapai, AK1200, Borgore, Dieselboy, J. Rabbit, Terravita, Downlink, Mord Fustang, 12th Planet, Clockwork, Dillon Francis, Kill The Noise, and the list is certainly not going to stop there!

Dope Arcade's premier EP dropped on Heavy Artillery Recordings entitled 'The Arcade: Level 1' and is available on all major online retailers.
With Beatport chart success they are currently working on their second and third EPs and are definitely artist's to keep an eye out for.

Name: Riven


Bio: Originally born in England, but residing in Atlanta, 13 year old Riven, aka Brice Johns, has been producing dub step and trap music since he was 11. Known for his smooth transitions and creative new sounds, Riven has recently jumped into the EDM scene full force in 2013 and has been on the rise ever since. Inspired by the sounds of Flying Lotus, Buku, Skism, Excision, Mantis, and Paper Diamond, he has the ability to pull from multiple genres and incorporate these sounds into his production. Travelling as far as Arizona where he performed at the Electric Dawn Festival alongside Splitbreed, Riven focuses on paying homage to his hometown of the ATL. Riven has been a featured artist at East Andrews and Dive bar in Atlanta and is currently in monthly rotation performing at the “Quad” Atlanta. He has performed live sets on Atlanta based radio ArmadaFM.com and was recently interviewed by the International Music Conference magazine where he was given the title as “Atlanta’s Youngest EDM Prodigy”. Signing with Nimbus Universal Records this summer and teaming up with Ken Alexander “Cali The Kidd”, Riven continues to take the EDM scene by storm. Headlining Kingdom Rave with Zedd's Dead in December at Kingdom Rave 10 and currently working on a future EP release, Riven will continue to rise and bring his unique style to a venue near you.

Name: SyL-o


Bio: SyL-o comes to us from another Planet, but now is currently burning the streets of Atlanta GA. From somewhere in this universe, SyL-o brings us HEAVY hitting mash-ups, MIND melting mixes, and ENERGY that can set a place on FIRE!

SyL-o’s influences come from the energy and soul of all types of music, film, and production. First as a DJ, and now as a DJ/producer, SyL-o enjoys creating and spinning heavy dubstep, electro, house and original tunes. He plays bass, guitar and keys/synth. From Ace of Base to Cradle of Filth, from punk to techno music, SyL-o is a thrill seeker – always living life on the edge. But there’s another side to the mystery known as SyL-o, as he admits a love for “girl bands or girl singers…they will always take my heart.”

SyL-o has conquered all the venues in town, opening for Borgore at Opera and at Wild Bill’s; Zomboy/ Mt.eden / Helicopter showdown and more at the Masquerade; Zeds Dead at Center Stage; and playing on the same stage as many international and national headliners at QUAD (such as Cookie Monsta, Figure, Downlink, DJKlever, and Ajapai, top name a few). SyL-o enjoys battling with fellow DJs such as J. Stella (aka Oculus). You can also catch him occasionally performing with female DJ Mk Ultra under the name “Sex Cells”.

Name: Kry


Bio: Kry is a DJ from Atlanta, Georgia who got his start in early 2012. He enjoys tacos, video games, and heavy bass music on a regular basis. Currently, he is a resident DJ at QUAD.

Kry has also played with many artists, including the likes of Celldweller, P0gman, DirtyLoud, Bare, Ajapai, TrollPhace, Arion, Run DMT, Liquid Stranger, Mark Instinct, Terravita, Tttsworth, Sadhu, Cyberoptics, Schoolboy, Heroes x Villains, Mantis, Mayhem, Hunter Moore, Supreme, Hirshee, Kid Cedek, Smash Gordon, & has even gone back to back with Megalodon and Oblivion.


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714 Spring St NW
Atlanta, GA 30308

Tuesday, December 31, 2013 at 10:00 PM - Wednesday, January 1, 2014 at 6:00 AM (EST)

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