Loyal Family + Connector + Up & Up Productions Presents…..
ZOU ANIMALS – A Mega Bass Back to School Party
Feat: Archnemesis+Getter + Prophet Massive (JasonHann of EOTO)
Saturday, Jan 21 @ The Blue Note – Columbia, MO
18+ / Tickets: $15advance available at www.thebluenote.com
University of Missouri students and bassheads alike….. break out the glow sticks, dust off the neon sunglasses, and rally up your crew if body shaking bass that gives you a rumbling in your tummy is your flavor. The town that calls the Mizzou home is going to explode next Saturday, January 21 as ZOU ANIMALS – A Mega Bass Back to School Party takes over The Blue Note. This epic event will feature three of the hottest up and coming electronic/glitch acts from all over the country
East Coast, USA
Formed as the musical brainchild of Curt Heiny and Justin Aubuchon (Telepath, MO Theory), Archnemesis creates its distinctive sound by combining original music with samples ranging from early 20’s blues and jazz to modern hip-hop and soul. With their first EP “Diamonds and Glass” and their debut full length album “People’s Radio” available now for free download at www.archnemesismusic.com, Archnemesis continues to turn heads at festivals and club shows while elevating the standard for modern electronic music.
Prophet Massive features Jason Hann from EOTO and The String Cheese Incident, as a solo DJ project. On top of Jason’s flawless drumming in SCI and EOTO, he has another dark and dirty side, that he is sharing as Prophet Massive. Nothing but deep, bass-wrenching electronic cuts to soothe the most hardened bass warriors.
San Jose, CA
Tanner Petulla aka GETTER has def made his mark in the music scene, before he was 18 Getter had a few releases on Ultragore, Tuff Love Dubs and Chronos Records. He also received alot of blog support from Squitty Bubbler and Us Dubstep along with other blogs, and played alongside some of the most well known names in dubstep RUSKO, NERO, DATSIK, 12th Planet, Downlink, Eprom, Subvert, Noah D, Nit Grit, Megalodon, Borgore and more. This Bay Area native has made a big impression in a small amount of time.