TRAPAWEEN FT. KENNEDY JONES AND D!RTY AUD!O
Thursday, October 31, 2013 at 9:00 PM - Friday, November 1, 2013 at 3:00 AM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
TRAPAWEEN @ Pressure
w/ Special Guests
Hailing from Southern California, Kennedy Jones is no stranger to bass music stages in the United States. Having had great success with his prior collaborative project which was predominantly Dubstep oriented, his last release with the duo was signed to Ultra Records. Having been a musician as long as he can remember and a need for a solo project, the "Kennedy Jones" project was born taking the trapstyle bass music scene by storm. With support from artists such as Borgore, 12th Planet, Major Lazer, Carnage, Mt Eden, Nadastrom, Bro Safari, Brillz, Luminox, Ookay, and more, he has proved already that his high energy bass-packed tunes can rock dance floors across the world.
Most notably, the recent release of Elvis Crespo's "Suavemente" (Kennedy Jones Trap Remix) on the Buygore All Stars Album ( http://bit.ly/kjsuavemente ) which has recently been played on the Los Angeles based radio station Power 106 and UK based radio station BBC Radio 1 by multiple artists ( http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p013jsw3 ). The album also features a collaboration between Kennedy Jones and Borgore with their 110BPM dance floor smasher remix of "Macarena".
Kennedy has recently released his newest single , "Came To Party" on Mad Decent (Jeffrees) which was in the #11 spot on the iTunes electronic chart on it's first day of release and continues to climb.
Kennedy's music has received domestic radio support from LA stations such as Power 106 and KIISFM 102.7 as well as BBC Radio 1 Support from artists such as Diplo, 12th Planet, Mistajam, Benga, Skream, N-Type, and more!
Having started his solo project in December 2012, Kennedy is quickly becoming recognized as the artist to watch in 2013 and keeps supporters wanting more with his versatile productions and live selection.
D!RTY AUD!O is currently one of the top youngest producers in the EDM scene. Only 18 years old, this Los Angeles native has been producing music for the past two years and has gained rapid support. D!RTY AUD!O discovered EDM at the age of 12; it was only a matter of time before it became his true passion.
In 2012, D!RTY AUD!O began touring, playing sold out shows across US, and in 2013 began touring internationally. Fusing elements from EDM & Hip-Hop, D!RTY AUD!O has gained support from artists such as Diplo, Deorro, AC Slater, UZ, Flosstradamus, Adventure Club, Krewella, Sidney Samson, Dillon Francis, Baauer, DJ Green Lantern, and more. With D!RTY AUD!O's growing popularity, there is no doubt of the bright future in store for this young and talented artist.
The Dirty Bunch [Belushi Records/Hood Famous Music]
Developing, Inventing, Recreating and Transforming Youthful music of any genre is something that comes naturally to this young Central Florida producer/DJ duo. The Dirty Bunch pride themselves in producing DIRTY tracks of pure quality whether it be an original, remix, bootleg or mash-up.
These two individuals gave up time away from their families, relieved themselves of school and, in only six months, have created quite the buzz across multiple online music blogs including The Hype Machine, Rage Tracks & Smash The Club. All of their hard work was rewarded with a full-length EP signed to Dirty Frequency Recordings following another signing to Hood Famous Music with their single “You Know B’woy.”
Their latest collaboration with Kleon Time, a fellow producer from Utah, attracted the attention of one of Laidback Luke’s forum students, Adnan Belushi. Belushi recently started his own record label called “Belushi Records” and was keen enough to sign their single alongside a roster of hot arising artists, such as Juyen Sebulba. The Dirty Bunch have transformed into a social night life entity demand. They have shared the stage & gained the support of some major artists such as GTA, Torro Torro, Clockwork, Big Makk, Juyen Sebulba & Carnage, to name a few.
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