Eptic with Leotrix, Ubur, and jFET at The Vogue in Indianapolis on Thursday, June 2, 2022!
Having established himself in the bass scene in 2012 with 2 blistering EP’s ‘Like A Boss’ and ‘Slime City’ which caused serious damage in the Beatport Dubstep charts, reaching number 1 in the releases, Eptic burst into 2013 with the promise of further world domination. Now aged 20 and signed to Never Say Die Records, the Belgian native unleashed his first EP of the year ‘Mastermind’ in May –gaining widespread critical acclaim across the board, leading to his debut 3-week tour of the US. He found time to remix American heavyweight Datsik on ‘8Bit Superhero’ and clock over 5 million YouTube views. Eptic’s other passion and natural flair for illustration have seen him create all EP artwork, including his forthcoming ‘Doom’ EP. This collection is a dark exploration of Eptic’s ever-developing ideas, featuring a collaboration with labelmate Must Die! and a vibey house VIP from Habstrakt. He continues to storm through 2014, gathering DJ support and increasing his global fan base – a multi-faceted artist with no signs of slowing down.
With no shortage of young talent rising from the musical hotbed that is Australia, None are currently burning as brightly as Leotrix. With a support list including the likes of Marshmello, Excision, Zomboy, Doctor P, Kayzo, Zeds Dead, NGHTMRE, Carnage, Flosstradamus, Jauz, Must Die, Borgore, DJ Diesel, Virtual Riot, and countless others, it’s no surprise Leotrix is carving his way up the ladder as one of bass music’s most in-demand young prospects. His unstoppable combination of unique sound design, jaw-dropping melodies, and “no holds barred” style drops are continuously finding homes on some of Dance music’s most hallowed homes including EDC, Ultra Music Festival, Rampage, Hard Summer, Lost Lands, BBC Radio 1, Triple J, Pasquale Rotella’s “Night Owl Radio” and many more, amassing an insane 3 million + streams in the process. No stranger to the touring circuit, he’s notched several national tours across Australia already and is preparing to take his brand of mayhem across the planet with upcoming shows in Asia, New Zealand, and the US. With the only goal being total worldwide domination, expect nothing but greatness from this prodigious young talent!
Growing rapidly within the bass scene, Orange County native Max Hadden aka UBUR has been making statements since his start in music production back in 2014. His heavy yet experimental nature has been pushing boundaries since his emergence which has caught the eye of major labels such as NSD, Subsidia, Disciple, and Bassrush. His talent has taken him worldwide from touring with the likes of Funtcase, Snails, and even Subtronics which has also led to collabs with other notable artists such as Excision and SVDDEN DEATH. His love and passion for music continues to grow which you can always anticipate on him to display within his tracks leaving us to only expect big things to come out of this project.
The jFET Project began in early 2011 by Producer / DJ “Jangatha.” After over 50 house music releases on some of the most respected labels in both digital and vinyl format, the need to seek fresh sounds was instilled and inspired by the edgy bass music arena. The focus is rather simple, to push fresh hype sounds in any BPM it fits best. jFET’s sounds have been catching on quick. His debut EP reached #15 on the Beatport Dubstep Release charts, and caught the attention of several respected blogs including The Untz. 2012 included a release from Play Me Records as part of the New Blood of Dubstep. With support from international touring acts such as Figure, Ajapai, and Reid Speed, we will likely be hearing much more to come from this eclectic project. jFET: Intergalactic Hitman / Producer / Performer.
EPTIC with Leotrix, Ubur, and jFET
THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 2022
THE VOGUE THEATRE
TICKETS AT THEVOGUE.COM
THIS SHOW IS GENERAL ADMISSION AND SEATING IS NOT PROVIDED. YOU MUST BE 21+ TO ENTER THE VENUE WITH A VALID FORM OF IDENTIFICATION. ALL TICKETS ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE AND NON-REFUNDABLE. TWO FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION MAY BE REQUIRED FOR ENTRY.