- 18 & over
- Special Event
Subtronics Cyclops Invasion at Elan Savannah (Wed, Feb 26) [DDP] (Special Event)
Subtronics Cyclops Invasion at Elan Savannah (Wed, Feb 26) [DDP]
Wednesday, February 26, 2020 9:00 PM
ELAN Savannah, Savannah, GA
- When: Wednesday, Feb 26, 2020 9:00 PM
- Ticket Price: $10.00 - $99.00
- Show Type: Dance/Electronic
18 & over
- Where: ELAN Savannah 301 Williamson Street Savannah, GA 31401
Disco Donnie Presents + Elan Savannah presents
Subtronics + HE$H + Chee. + Bommer + Level Up
PRESALE: 10/9/2019 at 10am
Meet & Greet: 10/9/2019 at 10am
General Admission 10/11/2019 at 10am
This event is 18 and up.
This event is on a WEDNESDAY.
This event has a MEET & GREET ticket:
>One general admission ticket
>VIP early entry into the venue
>Exclusive preshow meet & greet with SUBTRONICS
>Personal photograph with SUBTRONICS
>SUBTRONICS Wall Flag
>SUBTRONICS face mask
>Official meet & greet laminate, autographed
Must show photo ID at the door.
Set Times: TBA
Sections on either side of the stage are sold as VIP Seating, giving comfortable access right next to the artist and access to a Private Bar with a Dedicated Bartender and Security.
The remainder of the venue is general admission standing room.
Jesse Kardon, better known as Subtronics, is a 24-year-old Philadelphia born dubstep producer specializing in all things robotic. His work is heavily influenced by the likes of Rusko, Skism, Tomba and Downlink, and the collective efforts of the underground dubstep community.Taking on a core group of followers over SoundCloud in the first few years, he has grown exponentially in the past few months, gaining support from a plethora of bass music legends. Subtronic’s signature bouncy yet mechanical sound design is matched by his incredibly recognizable flow, setting him apart from the vast sea of up and coming producers around the world.
Subtronics has recently collaborated with the likes of Uber, MurDa, Ecraze, and Samplifire, adding to his already expansive solo discography, garnering him attention from major labels. This continued growth resulted in one of his most successful collaborations to date in the form of a remix of “Thief” by Ookay which he put together with trap up and comer Bailo. The track was played out at every major festival in the summer of 2016, being supported by the likes of Adventure Club, Knife Party, 12th Planet, and many others. In 2017 Subtronics is set to release several debut EP’s on some of the biggest labels in bass music. There doesn’t seem to be any obstacle imaginable that could slow down this young computer nerds continual rise into bass music glory.
HE$H is a electronic music producer and DJ based in Dallas. He produces music of the dubstep, riddim, and heavy bass variety.
HE$H was first exposed to dubstep when his sister showed him Skrillex. At first, he did not like it, but overtime became more interested in the process of making electronic music. HE$H started producing music when he was 12 but did not start taking it seriously until he was 14. Other than Bommer, most of his musical influences lay outside of dubstep and include Three 6 Mafia, Pimp C, and other southern rappers and uses their flow to replicate the bass in his tracks. On August 31st, 2018, HE$H released the LOCED OUT EP. In addition, he has played a number of B2B sets with Bommer (Dubstep).
Following several years of lateral experimentation in sound design, South African producer CHEE’s unique hybrid sound erupted into the international domain in 2016 with the release of his Shrodinger EP on Dutch label Underslung and several self-releases. His sonic innovation quickly caught the attention of prime heads in electronica, with tracks featured on leading Youtube portals such as Inspector Dubplate and with Noisia featuring Chee and side project IT HZ tracks on their radio show. With growing hype around his fresh approach and uncompromising bass experimentation with a heavy dancefloor edge, labels started to take a deeper interest.
Doorways opened across labels from a variety of genres, with drum & bass focused TYPE91, CLOSE2DEATH and ALGORITHM releasing his fierce take on the sound, whilst rapidly rising bass labels UPSCALE and RENRAKU delivered his raw trap and futurebeat // halfstep influenced material in its full devastating glory. His assured arc of fresh ideas took a firm step in 2017, with the release of his first full-length album FEAR MONGER on SATURATE RECORDS with 12 tracks of pure Chee sound that unfurled a mutant leviathan of bass and demonstrated utterly the potential of one of the most promising names in low-end heavy electronica.
Taking influences liberally from his surroundings and combining them into a complex pastiche of audio that has its origins in visual inspirations of visceral art and various theories incubated in the dynamic folds of the internet, as well as in the music that he wraps himself in from the likes of Noisia, Moody Good, Amon Tobin, Skrillex, Ivy Lab and Tsuruda – creators who are pushing at the very fringes of sonic possibility. Chee’s sound has the potential to develop into a genre in its own right – evading being pigeon-holed and classified due to his unrelenting urge to experiment and explore fresh and ill sounds. With an array of high profile releases lined up for 2017, and international touring commencing – the scene is set for this young and gifted artist to flourish.
Chee is supported by Moody Good, Noisia, DJ Craze, Culprate, G Jones, Bleep Bloop, edIT (The Glitch Mob), Bare Noize, Bassnectar, Mat Zo and more…
Zack Bommer, better known as Bommer, is a DJ and electronic music producer from St. Louis. He is known for his heavy bass sound that he has been pioneering since 2012.
Bommer uploaded his first track "GHETTO BIRDS" on SoundCloud on June 29th, 2012. He uploaded prolifically to the platform and continues to do so. Some of Bommer's earliest collaborators include Grizzstep, Crowell, jPhelpz, and others. Bommer's collab with Crowell for "Yasuo" is widely regarded as one of the quintessential riddim songs and has received millions of streams on multiple platforms. Other popular tracks of Bommer include "Planet Droid" with Subfiltronik and his Nah Nah VIP with Crowell.
Bommer has had releases on labels such as Smog, Prime Audio, Subquake Audio, Octane Audio, and GMB Records. More recently, he has performed B2B with HE$H on multiple occasions. HE$H has cited Bommer to be a major influence of his musically.