dubstep

Jantsen, Devin Martin @ Boulder Theater

We’re bringing the best dubstep Colorado has to offer.  Jantsen is no stranger when it comes to electronic music. This Colorado native has been fully immersed into the dance music scene for over 12 years with his passion later blossoming into DJing and producing. Over the years Jantsen has established a strong presence in the scene through his eclectic sound, being influenced by many genres such as jazz, blues, funk, rock, hip hop, and many other kinds of world music he brings a style that is creative, unique, and is continuously evolving. Devin Martin and his hometown of Orlando's weather have one thing in common right now: They're on fire. His unique mix of electro-house and dubstep has recently culminated in 3 tracks in the Beatport top 100. In addition, this is Devin Martin's debut Colorado performance, so he's definitely got some surprises in store.

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Jantsen, Devin Martin
Rainbow Wheel of Death, Coult 45
July 16, 2011, 8:30 pm

MartyParty at Fox Theatre - 08.20.11

Z2 Entertainment is proud to present MartyParty at the Fox Theatre on Saturday, August 20th.  Tickets go on sale Friday, July 1st for $15.00 in advance and $18.00 day of show.

Since the release of his Blueberry Kush EP in February 2011, MartyParty has been rippling a continuous wave of monstrous bass throughout the US.  Whether headlining alongside fellow Monsters of Bass FreQ Nasty and Opiuo or performing as PANTyRAID with co-producer Ooah of The Glitch Mob, his signature sound of purple dubstep oozes through the bins to entrance sold-out dance floors across the country.

Supporters have grown organically from the loyal tribes of crunkstep purveyors to a newer 100,000 person strong army of sonic kush connoisseurs.  Fans give rise to his PANTyRAID’s Superior release, pushing the EP to #1 position on iTunes electronic album charts in April 2011.

When not on the road, the South African-born performer and producer locks down in his Brooklyn-based studio to produce a diverse catalog of original heat-from downtempo compositions that slip behind the curtains of a dark and twisted audio fantasy to intense stadium anthems riddled with hooks and bass.  His exploration into the world of future bass tells an electronic story of Purple-the subject of his debut album release.

Purple hits stores on May 31st, 2011 and is supported by scheduled club and theater appearances throughout the US and Canada, as well as festival dates at Camp Bisco, Lighting in a Bottle and Sonic Bloom.  The 13-track LP begins with a breakfast of “Eggs and Toast” before launching into an amusement park ride that twist and turns through hyper-drive drum & bass and throbbing dubstep.

EOTO: A Vicious Bass Onslaught

Dubstep has arrived. It's in the clubs. It's on TV, insidiously creeping into commercials and terrorizing radio waves around the world; from Berlin to New York City and everywhere in between, Dubstep is a force to be reckoned with. The once-underground phenomenon crossed the pond and went mainstream. Thanks to its growing popularity, amateur producers just flip on their low frequency oscillators and take a nap. Drab and derivative, the genre has been co-opted by DJs simply regurgitating the work of others. There is one act, though, that has been leading the way and setting the standard for live performance Dubstep/Electro/House for over five relentless years. One force that does it live.

The cyber-kinetic bass juggernaut EOTO is Dubstep's savior and innovator. Two twisted demons blasting razor-bass and shrapnel beats from coast to coast and beyond. Snarling and brutal, these psy-dub beat sorcerers create Dubstep from the ground up, night after night, using only real instruments and their sonic wizardry. No pre-programmed loops, no heavy samples snatched from other producers, Jason Hann and Michael Travis bring Dubstep to life in real time, and push the movement into unexplored territories. Their soul-shattering brand of lazerstep is as mesmerizing as it is evil.

Those who haven't been exposed to the two-headed, buzzsaw-juggling behemoth best check their schedules. EOTO is in the process of throwing down an unprecedented 60 performances in 64 nights. There's no break, there's no solace, just a vicious bass onslaught from the South to the Rocky Mountains to the West Coast, and back across the Midwest. And that's before festival season even kicks off. Beginning with Summer Camp, and running through Wakarusa, The Big Up, and Nateva in August, EOTO is already charting its course of summer destruction. You can bet they're planning something perverse and especially warped for the season's most anticipated gathering of subsonic junkies: Sonic Bloom Festival.

There is no stopping EOTO from spreading a near lethal dose of dance music to the masses. The duo just unleashed a FREE 10-track sampler from their 2011 Colorado tour on SoundCloud and is also expected to release the third rendition of their annual live tour compliation called "K-Turns and U-Turns" on May 17th (Album Art). The 39-song-collection was recorded live in 2010 with each disc meticulously mixed to flow like a live show.

To educate and prepare the unwitting masses for their awesome destructive power, EOTO just wrapped up filming for their soon to be released live DVD. Soon, the world will be able to witness these two dark ninjas maneuvering in precise symbiosis through technology, slaying crowds in high definition, and will understand that Travis and Hann have been, and always will be, true pioneers of Dubstep. Their debut concert DVD will capture their entirely original, completely improvised sonic assault. Beware of the release date, to be announced this summer.

For more information about EOTO or their spring/summer tour check out their website at www.eotomusic.com and don't forget to check out their new ticketing service offering only $2 ticketing fees on all advance tickets.

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Spring Tour 2011

4/13/2011 The Westcott Theater
Syracuse, NY
4/14/2011 Pearl Street
Northampton, MA
4/15/2011 Port City Music Hall
Portland, ME
4/16/2011 Paradise Rock Club
Boston, MA
4/17/2011 Toad's Place
New Haven, CT
4/18/2011 The Met
Pawtucket, RI
4/20/2011 Higher Ground
SO Burlington, VT
4/20/2011 Memorial Auditorium
Burlington, VT
4/21/2011 9:30 Club
Washington, DC
4/22/2011 Irving Plaza
New York, NY
4/23/2011 Washington Avenue Armory
Albany, NY
4/24/2011 Castaways
Ithaca, NY
4/26/2011 Town Ballroom
Buffalo, NY
4/27/2011 Blind Pig
Ann Arbor, MI
4/28/2011 Vogue Theatre
Indianapolis, IN
4/29/2011 Madison Theatre
Covington, KY
4/30/2011 Expo Five
Louisville, KY
5/1/2011 Newport Music Hall
Columbus, OH
5/2/2011 123 Pleasant Street
Morgantown, WV
5/3/2011 The Intersection
Grand Rapids, MI
5/4/2011 The Canopy Club
Urbana, IL
5/5/2011 Skyway Theatre
Minneapolis, MN
5/6/2011 The Portage Theater
Chicago, IL
5/7/2011 The Portage Theater
Chicago, IL
5/26/2011 Bella Music Festival
Geneva, MN
5/28/2011 B.O.M.B Fest @ Comcast Theatre
Hartford, CT
5/29/2011 Summer Camp Festival
Chillcothe, IL
6/2/2011 Wakarusa Music Festival
Ozark, AR
6/4/2011 Starscape Festival - Ft. Armistead Park
Baltimore, MD
6/25/2011 Sonic Bloom
Georgetown, CO
7/3/2011 Electric Forest
Rothbury, MI
7/15/2011 Motion Notion Festival
Edmonton, AB
7/30/2011 The Big Up
Ghent, NY


EOTO Heads West For California Tour

EOTO will kick off 2011 on the west coast in less than two weeks in sunny Stateline, NV with stops in San Francisco and San Diego before kicking off their extensive Spring Tour in March. The band, known for their signature 100% live improvised performances, will also be playing alongside a number of well known openers including NastyNasty and Vibesquad for select west coast shows.

Throbbing bass and thudding beats are the signatures of this project from drummers Michael Travis and Jason Hann. The duo moves effortlessly from choppy dubstep to whip-smart, four-on-the-floor house to psychedelic trip-hop. It's a dance marathon and everyone's in it together. A nebulous beast, set lists are only broken up into tracks for the sake of posterity. In reality, changes in mood, energy, and inspiration are reflected "in real-time" by rhythmic and melodic shifts.

Because EOTO starts fresh every night, the band's evolutionary progress has been thrust into hyperspeed, eclipsing standard acts who return to their dusty catalog for every performance. This is apparent when following the musical evolution of their live performances, which are recorded every night and made available to their fans for purchase. On EOTO's first 2 studio releases -- 2006's Elephants Only Talk Occasionally, and the 2008 release Razed, EOTO bounced playfully between house, trance, and breakbeat. A huge change in their sound came when Travis and Hann first saw, felt, and heard the cathartic vibes that dubstep could produce at DJ Skream's set at Shambhala during the Summer of 2008. This influence saw the duo become the first National, live, dubstep act in the US. The wobbly, buzz-saw bass and heavy backbeat style has become a signature of their sets, as heard on their live recordings and on the 2009 studio release, Fire the Lazers!!! Newer material has the duo co-opting sounds from outside the realm of electronic music with scratchy punk riffs and fuzzy sludge metal bass.

The duo will then set forth on their Spring Tour on March 18th of this year and will crisscross the united states with stops on both coasts including dates in St Louis, Denver, Atlanta, Boston, Washington DC and NYC to name a few.

The perfect match for EOTO's incredible live improvised performances, projection designer known lovingly as "Zebbler" will also join the band with a custom animated projection show for select dates along the Spring 2011 tour. Zebbler was voted one of the top 20 VJ's in DJ magazine, 2007 and is known for delivering an organic visually odyssey with a genuinely live feel.

FAN VIDEO CONTEST
To kick off the extensive tour, EOTO has launched a video contest allowing fans the opportunity to submit their own content for the live HD video show. Of course 3D animations, animations and complex sequences are encouraged for the overall appeal of the live performance. (Submissions: zebbler@zebbler.com)

For more information about EOTO and their forthcoming tour and instructions for submitting your animations to the Spring Tour Projection show, tune into the band's website at www.eotomusic.com

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Spring Tour 2011

2/18 Blu Nightclub Stateline, NV With NastyNasty
2/19 Mezzanine San Francisco, CA w/ Vibesquad
2/25 Winston's Beach Club San Diego, CA
2/26 Winston's Beach Club San Diego, CA
3/5 2720 St. Louis, MO
3/6 The SnowBall Avon, CO w/ The Flaming Lips and others
3/15 The Llama Telluride, CO W/ Zebbler
3/16 The Eldo Crestted Butte, CO W/ Zebbler
3/17 The Abbey Theatre Durango, CO W/ Zebbler
3/18 El Ray Theatre Albuquerque, NM W/ Zebbler
3/19 The Orpheum Flagstaff, AZ W/ Zebbler
3/25 Trees Dallas, TX W/ Zebbler
3/29 Minglewood Hall Memphis, TN W/ Zebbler
3/31 The Valarium Knoxville, TN W/ Zebbler
4/1 The Orange Peel Asheville, NC W/ Zebbler
4/2 The Ogden Theater Denver, CO W/ Zebbler
4/4 Live Wire Music Hall Savannah, GA W/ Zebbler
4/5 Freebird Live Jacksonville, FL W/ Zebbler
4/6 The Engine Room Tallahassee, FL W/ Zebbler
4/7 Zydeco Birmingham, AL W/ Zebbler
4/8 Masquerade - Hell Room Alanta, GA W/ Zebbler
4/9 Music Farm Charleston, SC W/ Zebbler
4/15 Port City Music Hall Portland, ME W/ Zebbler
4/16 Paradise Rock Club Boston, MA
4/20 Memorial Auditorium Burlington, VT W/ Bassnectar & Elliot Lipp
4/20 Higher Ground SO Burlington, VT LATE NIGHT PARTY!
4/21 9:30 Club Washington, DC W/ Beats Antique and ESKMO!
4/22 Irving Plaza New York, NY
4/23 Washington Avenue Armory Albany, NY w/ Bassnectar
5/26 Bella Music Festival Geneva, MN Pre- Party Show
5/27 Summercamp Festival Chillcothe, IL
6/2 Wakarusa Music Festival Ozark, AR


EOTO, MiMOSA and MartyParty Unite for 11 Day Tour

The west coast is about to experience its first bass driven earthquake as three of the nation's top live electro, dubstep and glitch and producers join together for their first combined tour. The 11-day circuit will kick off this September in San Diego and will make its way up the coast featuring electronica artists EOTO, MiMOSA and MartyParty. Listeners can expect to be transported into another space and time with the sound and fury of the most respected dance music produced live on the scene today.

Electronica music does not have humble roots. Since its inception, the driving beats have moved bodies with a tribal-like abandon; inspiring colorful dance parties with almost a trance-like effect. New technologies have given birth to entire genres of musical sub-cultures - though none have seen such significant growth as the DubStep and Glitch categories are experiencing today. Built on unusual time signatures, clipped segments of samples and occasional vocals the genre favors dark, experimental themes laced with break beats and heavy bass.

Embracing cutting edge techniques combined with live on the spot looping, EOTO is pioneering a whole new approach to this emerging genre of dance music. The duo creates samples in real time by playing; cutting and mixing every sound live before the audience. Using nothing pre-recorded they blend an array of live instruments including vocals, keyboards, bass, guitar, hand drums and a full drum kit as they twist and loop each sound into music that would easily suit a soundtrack for a sci-fi movie. With leagues of sold-out theater performances in 2009 and a seemingly endless tour, EOTO fine-tunes their approach and skill with each and every show, leaving the next performance more unique then the last.

Mimosa has made a distinct mark on the west coast sound in the past two years and has become one of the top west coast exports. This young producer's energy whilst performing is magnetic; the word has spread fast and Mimosa has recently shared the stage with the likes Benga, Skream, Rusko, Datsik, Glitch Mob, Pretty Lights, Bassnectar and Flying Lotus, playing shows across the US and festivals like Coachella, Symbiosis Gathering, Burning Man and Decibel Festival. Fans know Mimosa as someone who brings a good-time energy that is as fierce as it is friendly, taking them on journeys through urban chaos and ecstasy.

Since 2007 MartyParty has produced sets of original music that range from melodic instrumental hip hop to bassline oriented dubstep. MartyParty has started a movement back towards the power of the melody and the harmony in electronic composition. Song writing has always been Marty's passion instead of the typical beat style dj production. The music is a hybrid of electronic music and hip hop that together form a totally new flavor of urban beat with the hypnotic elements of electronic music and hard-hitting bass. The MartyParty live performance is an intense journey that pulls together the MartyParty songs overlaid with urban samples triggered live. The result is a true "crunky" and "hyphy" experience like no other.

Together the artists will bring earth shattering bass and driving beats to select west coast venues this fall. For more information about the artists check out: EOTO, MiMOSA and MartyParty

For more information about EOTO check out the MySpace

ON TOUR NOW

Sep 21 Moe's Alley - Santa Cruz, CA Find Tickets
Sep 22 Belly Up Tavern - Solana Beach, CA
Sep 23 Music Box - Los Angeles, CA
Sep 24 103 Harriet - San Francisco, CA
Sep 25 Wurk - Reno, NV
Sep 26 Blu Nightclub - South Lake Tahoe, NV
Sep 28 McNear's Mystic Theatre - Petaluma, CA
Sep 29 Arcata Theatre - Arcata, CA
Sep 30 Wow Hall - Eugene, OR
Oct 1 Wonder Ballroom - Portland, Oregon
Oct 2 Neumos Crystal Ball Reading Room - Seattle, WA