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Charlotte Gets Weird: A Heavenly White Party
Fri, Mar 25, 2016, 9:00 PM – Sat, Mar 26, 2016, 2:00 AM EDT
Join us as we return to Label Nightclub for a massive WHITE PARTY Celebration!
CHARLOTTE GETS WEIRD
-A HEAVENLY WHITE PARTY-
!!!ALL WHITE ATTIRE IS REQUIRED TO PARTY!!!
GFW Presents returns to the premier nightclub in the Carolinas for our first ever, WHITE PARTY.
Huge Confetti Blasts, A Blistering Light Show, Big Beats, Costumed Performers and Artists, Gorgeous Dancers, and many other of our signature shenanigans are only a few of the things to expect at a GFW Experience. We are pulling out all the stops! Grab your tickets now!
"A shining ambassador of the more respectable side of dubstep." - Time Out New York
From his weekly bass music party at Webster Hall (BASSment Saturdays) to his renegade sets at festivals around the country to massive sets at Holy Ship!, Camp Bisco, and Burning Man, Subset knows just what to play to set the perfect tone, no matter the setting.
BASSment Saturdays, the legendary bass music weekly Subset hosts and curates at Webster Hall, has become a home and a family for electronic music fans all around the Northeast. Some fans travel hours to be there every week, not necessarily for the headliners, but for the family and the vibes that inhabit that space.
Subset has also been an integral member of the Holy Ship! community known as Shipfam. For years, he has thrown countless preparties, afterparties, renegade sets, and meetups. In 2015, HARD recognized his aptitude for curation and event planning, and tapped him to curate his own stage at all Holy Ship! official preparties. In 2016, HARD recognized the demand that he had built over the last four years, and gave him sets on both Holy Ships.
$unday $ervice (Atlanta, GA)
The Atlanta based production duo, Sunday Service, brings the most versatile approach in electronic music. Releases with genres including trap, dubstep, glitch hop, future bass, electro house, and deep house, have given them a reputation of diversity.
The duo currently has support from artists such as Adventure Club, Excision, Zomboy, Snails and more. They won the “Adventure Club ft. Zak Waters – Fade” remix competition in July 2015.
They have releases coming soon on Billboard Records and a few other labels that will be announced in the near future. Expect the unexpected with Sunday Service as they continue to stretch the boundaries of electronic music and the musical realm as a whole.
The duo, consisting of Tyler Buck and Luke Crouch, have set the bar high with their first handful of releases. Bad Catholics has gained support from the likes of Must Die!, 501, SKisM, AFK, Danny Avila, and more. Bad Catholics brings an eclectic approach to their production, each track highlighting their adaptability to take on different genres. This new and rising duo is sure to keep you entertained, keep you guessing, and keep you listening!
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