VENUE: Saint Andrews Hall 431 E. Congress, Detroit, MI ARTISTS: Big Chocolate, J Rabbit, Matt Clarke
Doors at 9 PM 18+
Support from Matt Clarke (Detroit Dubstep)
Big Chocolate Bio:
Big Chocolate is as incessantly prolific as he is multi-faceted, cranking out destructive electro beats, hyper aware video blogs and hotly sought-after remixes in equal measure, even as he tours as a live act with an energetic presence appealing to Electronic Dance Music devotees and Vans Warped Tour crowd-surfers alike.
The twenty-something provocateur, whose passport features more stamps than his peers and whose driver’s license reads Cameron Argon, crests atop the wave of what the press has called the “Summer of Electronic Dance Music” alongside such luminaries as Skrillex, Deadmau5 and David Guetta while keeping both feet firmly planted in the gritty underground where he cut his teeth as part of the Southern California metalcore scene churning out breakdowns via his one-man-band side project Disfiguring The Goddess.
J Rabbit Bio:
J. Rabbit hails from the Bronx, NY, where he lives and breathes music. He is deathly afraid of zombies, suffers from and delights in synesthesia, and wants to write a song that will make people see green. He specializes in dubstep and DNB with a lot of wobble, sub, rattle & fun!
J.Rabbit with releases coming up on Delorean Music Group & Play Me, remixes for B. Rich, Hot Pink Delorean and Digital Terror Records already in the can, he is just getting ready to unleash his fun yet seriously mega-sonic devastation.
Matt Clarke Bio:
Matt Clarke has become synonymous with Bass Music in Detroit, be it through his unique DJ sets, his website (DetroitDubstep.com) or when he was the Drum n Bass vinyl buyer for 5 years at various record shops (Record Time, Hearwax and Melodies). Matt first began DJing in 1994, playing Acid house at various basement parties and within a few years he caught the eye of local promotion companies. In late 1996, he began playing for 2000 person warehouse parties and was gaining residencies with some of Detroit’s elite promoters.