Zombie Productions Presents:Zombie Gladiators@Afterlife Featuring:NERDRAGE
Friday, May 10, 2013 at 11:30 PM - Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 6:00 AM (EDT)
New Haven, CT
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
On May 10th descend into the afterlife with Zombie Productions as they present a Zombie Gladiators of Afterlife! An event where zombie and gladiator costumes are highly encourage!
$20 Reduced list
$25 at the door not reduced list
TENATIVE SET TIMES:
ROUND 1 12am-1am: Raver-Satan
ROUND 2 1am-2am: DJ Krosbone
ROUND 3 2am-3am: NERD RAGE
Round 4 3am-4am: Highlife Vs. Joey Fedz
Round 5 4am-5am: Jiggawompz Vs. Ron Classic
Round 6 5am-6am: Deph
ROUND 1 1am-2am: Teratoid Vs. Havokade
ROUND 2 2am-3am: Proppa Bear
Round 3 3am-4am: Davey Jones
Round 4 4am-5am: DTMB Vs. Mark Evans
Round 5 5am-6am: Wub-Wobbles
Nerd Rage - Moombahton/Dubstep/Drum and Bass [Ultragore Recordings (USA)/Subhuman Recordings (USA)/Rottun Recordings (CA)/El Cuco Recordings (USA)]
Nerd Rage's music, hand-in-hand with his stage presence, is loud, aggressive, and right in your face. Playing everything from Moombahton and Dubstep to Drum and Bass in action-packed sets, Nerd Rage has gained quite a following in the electronic dance music scene.
Starting his music production career in 2010, Nerd Rage has quickly risen to the top of the heap beginning with his first single, "Real Life," hitting top 10 on the Beatport charts. One of the tracks was featured at number one on Beatport's "Top 10 Must Hear Dubstep Tracks."
His followup EP, “Elbows of Fury,” featuring collaborations with Sluggo & Terrabad, has topped out at #2 on the beatport charts. Korn Frontman Jonathan Davis also listed the track, “Dark Crystal,” as one of his top 5 favorite EDM songs for Revolver Magazine.
His tunes can now be heard on dancefloors and radio around the world, with top DJs such Evol Intent, Pendulum, Excision, Funtcase, Datsik, Downlink, SKisM, Bare, and Dieselboy playing his musical creations.
DJ Krosbone - Hardcore/Hardstyle [Zombie Productions]
Krosbone has been spinning hardstyle just for shits and giggles for about 2 years now.
He started off spinning Donkey Rollers and Zany. Then he got hooked on Q-Dance and their
festivals. Ever since that he's been hooked on hard house, hardstyle, French Tek, HardCore,
just everything considered to be Hard Dance pretty much.
Dj Proppa Bear - Jungle [MIA, Bassbin Safari, Dragons den]
Dj ProppaBear has been spinning jungle since 1995 and still only spins vinyl. Before migrating to New Orleans. For 8 years he owned and operated locust Records in Mikwaukee, WI. During that time he hosted a "Speakeasy" weekly night in the down stairs with 6 kegs, and no less than 200 people religiously. ProppaBear has spent years honing his scratching and mixing skills and has been well regarded and respected by some of the scenes elite With his aggressive mixing and scratching ability, Proppa has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with legendary Dnb acts such as Danny the Wild Child, A-Sides, Loxy & Ink, Bailey, Ltj Bookem, Decoder and TC IZLAM and KOOL KEITH in Cities such as Chicago, Austin, San Antonio, Tucsan and NYC.
ProppaBear's style is a a wide array of jump-up, ragga, hard step, dance floor killer with scratching on the top. Proppa owns a club in New Orleans called Dragons Den and also runs a jungle weekly called BassBin Safari that has been running 11 years strong. Some refer to him as some what of a Jungle connoisseur. So when Proppabear step's into the Arena, be prepared to get educated by Proppa Dj skills and Proppa Jungle Riddims.
Ron Classic - House [Zombie Productions/Class Action/Weekend Warriors]
Those who have seen Ron Classic rock a party, know. Those who haven't, need to re-evaluate
their lives in a major way! Ron will rock any dance floor, with any crowd, with any type of
music. Getting his start as an MC for the Drum & Bass group, The Collective. He wrecked
shop rhyming at venues from The Asylum in Springfield, Mass to The Collective's weekly at
The Blues Cafe in New Haven, CT. For most DJ's, it would be struggle crossing genres. Ron
Classic had the good fortune of learning to spin from some of Connecticut's finest selectors
such as, MixxxmastEr DJ SciEncE, who happens to be his partner in crime, and a staple in CT's
Music scene since the early 90's. DJ Unique, one of CT's premier Turntablists and showmen. DJ
B-Spaz, a legend in CT's Jungle and Drum & Bass Scene, just to name a few. Truly, Ron Classic,
is not only a legend in his own right, but an up and coming force in the Tri-State areas music
scene. Having produced many tracks on his own,with a sound that is uniquely his. Now teamed up
with Missed the Exit Again and M.O.S.A., this trifecta of talented and legendary proportions are
the catalyst to the rebirth of an entire culture long forgotten. Be on the lookout, for Ron
Classic, he will change the way you listen to and feel music for years to come!!!
Dj Wub-Wobbles - dirty dutch house, dubstep, drum and bass, drumstep, hard electro [Independent]
Wub-Wobbles has been spinning for a little over a year or two, Since he first heard Dubstep back in 2009 he has been in love with
the genre and has tried to do anything he could to make a name for himself in the scene
Raver-Satan - Hardstyle/Happy Hardcore/Swingstep/Orchstep [Zombie Productions]
Austin Bishop aka Raver-Satan started getting into the EDM scene in late 2011. By early 2012 he was already forming a rave apparel and accessory company and before mid 2012 he had formed an event production company called "Zombie Productions" He soon got started on producing his own music. Soon after he began producing he started to learn to DJ. He is now charging forward without any end in sight and hopes to see his DJ/Producer career take off very soon!
Teratoid [Zombie Productions]
Evan Flynn, better known as Teratoid, has been DJing for almost three years now. After a deal of
time, he's expanded his horizons with music theory, genres, music structure and production.
"Teratoid by definition means something along the lines of resembling a monster, and that's what
I want my music to do. Resemble a monster."
Deph - Techno/Tech House/Minimal [Beatdown Productions/Tesseract]
One thing is certain; Deph was born to make music. It started with pieces from a used drum kit in
1993. An electric guitar soon followed. Then there were keyboards, drum pads and bass. Recognizing
Deph’s raw talent, a local musician introduced him to an early version of Logic and while the raw
feel of drums and guitar still resonated with him, Deph found himself drawn more and more to creating
music through electronics. At 12, Deph dove headfirst into the underground hardcore scene. If there
was a show happening in CT, he wanted to be there. But he didn’t stop with hardcore. The thriving
cross promotion in the underground exposed young Deph to a variety of styles including punk, ska…and
Rave. The minute Deph entered his first rave, he fell in love. The lasers, the dancers, the bass;
all of them driven by the DJ behind the decks. And at that very moment Deph knew what he wanted to do.
He wanted to make people dance. Years passed as he acquired equipment and records. When he attended
events, his eyes were locked on the DJs, observing and absorbing their techniques. He practiced
relentlessly, accepting nothing less of himself than smooth technicality with every mix. The hard
work paid off, and Deph’s goal, to mix so tightly that the mixes themselves went completely unnoticed,
was realized. These days, Deph is definitely creating a buzz in the underground. His mixing style of
near technical perfection and his consistently fresh track selection deliver dance floor destruction
wherever he drops his signature blend of music and math, each time elevating his art to a science.
His original production offers nothing less. When Deph is slated at any gathering be sure not to
miss this Techno-Technician.
Havokade - Dubstep, Trance, Progressive House, Hard Dance [Zombie Productions]
Nicholas DiMartino, better known as Havokade, is an electronic dance music producer and DJ based
out of Manchester, Connecticut. Although mainly producing dubstep he has produced tracks of all
genres including trance, progressive house, hard dance, and many more. Havokade will continue
producing other genres, as he says, “Why limit yourself to one specific genre?”He first began
producing music in 2004 at the early age of 14-years-old after being heavily influenced by the
music of his friend, MiracleBlue. It was then when Havokade purchased a copy of FL Studio and
began his journey in the EDM production world. Havokade says his all time favorite track would
have to be the ‘Voodoo People’ remix by Pendulum, and will more than likely drop this track in
his sets. His track ‘Let Yourself Go’ on his free EP – entitled ‘Let Yourself Go’ – was instantly
all over the internet after catching the attention of Dubstep.NET and Royal Bass Records; the track
had over 8000 plays and 1500 downloads in a matter of days. Currently working on yet another free
EP release, entitled ‘Intensity,’ he has put lots of time and dedication into mastering his own
dubstep style. With constantly improving his production and DJ skills, Havokade is one artist to
definitely look out for … as many big things are to come.
DTMB and Mark Evans - Drumstep(Live Drums) [Zombie Productions]
More info TBA!
Demonic Designs will be selling rave masks at this event, this will be their last event selling masks EVER! So if you want a limited edition Demonic Designs mask get one!
Kandi for a cause
Kandi for a cause will be there vending 1 of a kind kandi pieces. All the proceeds go towards charity!
Promotional support from World Wide VIP, Upcrown Management, Filthy Animals and Weekend Warriors