oh and by the way it’s ALI BERGER’S MUFUCKIN TWENTY FIRST BIRTHDAY BITCHES!
Wheez-ie (Mmmmaven) (check out his artist page here: http://unhearduv.com/artist/wheez-ie/)
Wheez-ie is a 23 year-old producer/DJ from Houston who specializes in the dancefloor-shaking madness that is bass music. He has already released two EPs this year: the Juke-infused All Worked Up EP on Well Rounded Individuals, and the XLR8R-lauded Keep Yer Chin Up EP for Embassy Recordings, which has been called “pristine and full” “clean and smooth,” and, at the same time, “spastic.”
His releases have appeared on the aforementioned Well Rounded Individuals and Embassy Recordings as well as Salva’s infamous Frite Nite label, while his remixes of Distal’s “Coke Bottle” and Zoltan’s “Pawnoramics” appeared on Grizzly and Freshmore, respectively. He’s had support from DJs all around the world, including Machinedrum, Salva, Distal, DJ Rashad, Sines, J da Flex, Canblaster, Sam Tiba Ana Sia, Dubbel Dutch, Nasty Nasty, Dave Q, Donga, Damu Kanji Kinetic, Cedaa, Jackmaster, Cardopusher, Sinden and Mele. As he expands his career and continues releasing music, his entourage of admirers, friends and co-conspirators is only going to expand along with it.
Professorpious (glitch.fm, Music Ecology)
Professorpious has been hooked on electronic music since the late nineties where he was drawn to the frenetic sounds of DnB as a young man. He bought some turntables found a warehouse and threw his first parties in late 2000. A brief trip to London in 2001 and a visit to Fabric nightclub provided the catalyst to switch styles from DnB to Breaks. Then in 2005 Pious attended Burning Man and heard Dubstep and Glitch Hop for the first time and instantly knew this was the sound of the future. Today you can hear anyone or all of these styles in a Pious set.
Currently Pious holds down residency at Lost In Bass every Monday on glitch.fm as well as at the Tuesday weekly Music Ecology.
FDOT (The Statesmen, Music Ecology)
Part of Boston-based DnB group The Statesmen as well as one of the masterminds behind Music Ecology, FDOT is known to explode the dancefloor with his beats that’ll make adults and children lose control.
Visuals by VJs Shmeejay and Adrenochrome
10 PM, $5, 21+
186 Harvard Avenue in Allston
“Harvard Avenue” stop on Green line B
For this and future events please visit http://www.musicecologyboston.com/
or find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/MusicEcology
Promotional assistance by:
and Forbidden Bass Crew https://www.facebook.com/groups/forbiddenbass