Wick-It The Instigator Wax To The Future Throwback Hip Hop Party w/ Beak Nasty, The Orcastrator, JusChill

Wick-It The Instigator Wax To The Future Throwback Hip Hop Party w/ Beak Nasty, The Orcastrator, JusChill

Sat, March 31, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$20 Day Of Show

This event is 16 and over

Wick-it the Instigator
Wick-it the Instigator
Wick-it the Instigator is a multi-genre DJ and producer known as a breath of fresh air in an otherwise over-crowded EDM scene. His SoundCloud page is one of the top 200 most active pages on the entire site, garnering over 30,000 followers and 6,000,000 plays. Impressive numbers like these, which recently landed him at #5 on Billboard's Next Big Sound chart, aren’t just a testament to his top-notch production skills, but also his keen ability to build and harness a highly interactive online fan base (1,000+ Facebook Fans added weekly). In 2012, Microsoft recognized that direct audience connection and chose Wick-it to produce a song for their Windows 8/Angry Birds: Star Wars commercial that they blasted to millions of prime-time viewers. With successful headline tours supplemented by huge sets at major festivals, it’s obvious his talent and success extend far beyond the studio.
Beak Nasty
Beak Nasty
Beak Nasty (Ryland Sabien) is a multi-instrumentalist/producer/DJ that combines the sounds of hip hop and intense bass lines to create futuristic chill funk/electro soul music. When he moved out of his small Wisconsin hometown at age 16, he immediately got involved with the Minneapolis hip hop scene by producing and DJing for the likes of Future Fossils (formerly Kids Like Us), Allan Kingdom, and many others. At age 17, he began attending McNally Smith College of Music and performed nearly every stage in the Minneapolis/Saint Paul area. It was not long until he rose up in the local scene and began working full time on his solo career releasing "When it Rains, it Pours" in 2011 and "The Expanding Universe" in 2013 along with other singles and remixes. Shorty after the release of his third album "Chill Funk Files Vol. 1" in July 2013, Beak Nasty combined forces with Florida percussionist Foxy Dope (Phil Ade). Together they got booked all over the midwest from small venues to large festivals showcasing their unique performance with Beak on vinyl turntables and Foxy on an electronic drum kit. In August 2015, Beak Nasty released his 6 track EP "The World Is Real" and moved out to Colorado with Foxy Dope in hopes to spread the funk far and wide.

"Beak Nasty has been working hard for only being 21. Between his prolific skills in instrumentation, and his eclectic taste in music, Ryland Sabien has begun to find his voice as a producer. He is downtempo but uplifting, old school funk but futuristic, melodious but bass-heavy. “The World Is Real” is a fantastic collection of Beak Nasty’s range, showing that no genre can contain his creative mind. By no means should you limit yourself to his newest release, however, Sabien has been creating great tracks for years now." - All Good Records (www.allgoodrecords.com/articles/beak…d-is-real-ep/)
The Orcastrator
The Orcastrator
Brandon Theis, known as The Orcastrator, was born in a small town in Brazil. Moving to America at the age of 2, he began growing up in the Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area where he was always a boy who sought exploration, whether it be skateboarding, rock climbing, jumping off a bridge, he was always one not to sit still. He began to be influenced by the hip-hop and skateboarding culture. Heavily influence by rappers like Tupac and Eminem to groups like, A Tribe Called Quest and The Beatles there are many influences and tastes that are helping to influence a sound of Bossanova Disco Jazz Funk mixed with a new kind of Electronic Future Soul. In 2015, The Orcastrator moved to Denver, Colorado to join the constantly changing and ever so funky electronic music scene.
JusChill
JusChill
Denver native, vinyl spinning, hip-hop producer.
Venue Information:
Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom
2637 Welton Street
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com/