Show preview: Krewella @ Pier 6

Written on May 2, 2014 at 2:31 pm, by

Written by: Kayla Kiser


It appears that spring is here stay my friends, so what better way to embrace the season than to get your rage on OUTSIDE at Pier 6 Pavilion? Krewella is bringing their “Verge Campus Spring Tour” to Baltimore this Friday, May 2nd with support from Logic and Radical Something. Never been to Pier 6 Pavilion before? Well boy are you missing out, the venue is right on the water in the Baltimore Harbor, so close that you can actually fall into the depths of the harbor… Which has happened before, so please be careful.
I’m not going to lie, I’m a big fan of Krewella. Basically two gorgeous women that can sing, rage, and hype the crowd, all at the same time, what more could you ask for? This trio has stormed the EDM scene with their unique take on dubstep. The girls write the lyrics, and Rainman creates the beats melding everything together into perfect rage material.


Local rapper Logic will be opening up for the Krew. Logic’s been on the rap game since he was 17 and won’t stop till he’s at the top. Signed to Def Jam Records, and citing his biggest influence as The Wu Tang Clan, I can’t see being disappointed by this young man.


California natives, Radical Something will also be joining the stage, bringing their indie-surfrock style to the East Coast.


Raging on a Pier in Baltimore to some dope music sounds like the perfect way to spend a Friday night! Get your tickets here: HERE!

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5 Reasons You Won’t Get Any Sleep This Weekend

Written on April 29, 2014 at 1:57 pm, by

Written by: Kayla Kiser

5. Pegboard Nerds will be blowing the roof of off the legendary U Street Music Hall for the first time ever. They can’t seem to get enough of the DMV, and will be back once again this Thursday!


4. The gorgeous girls of Krewella and the handsome Rainman will rocking Pier 6 Pavilion Friday night. In case you’ve never had a chance to check it out, Pier 6 is an awesome outdoor amphitheater style venue, so this is the perfect opportunity so take advantage of the gorgeous spring weather.

3. Milkman will be playing at Mosaic Saturday night, which will be yet another outdoor show to take advantage of!

2. Did I mention that the GORGEOUS girls of Krewella will be in town? (Yes, I kind of have a girl-crush on them.)



1. If you miss out on any of these shows, you will feel very ashamed of yourself and your friends will shun you and you’ll have to grow old by yourself and risk becoming an animal hoarder… So if I were you, I would purchases tickets ASAP!


Grab your tickets HERE!

Borgore & Chuckie Are Ready To Dirty Up Echostage

Written on April 25, 2014 at 6:16 pm, by


Written by Will Schwarzmann


One’s the face of Dirty Dutch. The other’s just plain dirty. Tonight they’re descending upon Echostage. Here’s hoping you’re ready.


With his loud, gritty brand of electro, Chuckie has established himself as Mr. Dirty Dutch.



His dedication to some of the house music’s dirtiest sounds has even garnered him a spot as one of Tomorrowland’s mainstays.



Before the genre’s grime, wobbles and drops had much of a foothold in the States, Israeli-born Borgore had championed – er, ruined – dubstep.



Not to mention he knows exactly how women of ill repute feel about fresh-baked desserts.



Buy tickets to MEGA GLOW Ft. Chuckie & Borgore on Fri 4/25 @ Echostage in Washington, and join the conversation on Facebook here.

Getting the Dirt on the Dirtiest: A Spotlight on Borgore & Chuckie

Written on April 25, 2014 at 1:49 pm, by

Written by Kayla Kiser


Last weekend, Baltimore overflowed with awesome music. This weekend, it’s DC’s turn! Tonight, Borgore and Chuckie will pack Echostage with all the bass and debauchery the world-class venue can hold. Hide your kids, hide your wife, and brace yourselves; it’s time for another installment of MEGA Glow.


Most people associate Borgore with a seriously bad-boy attitude. I wasn’t sure where the motivation for it came from, but my first guess was its all an act. After a bit of research, I found out I was dead wrong. Before his career in music, Asaf Borgore was a fitness specialist in the Isarli Army. Musically, he got his start as a drummer for the hardcore metal band Shabria. One night he randomly stumbled into a Tel Aviv night club and fell in love with EDM. Through early influences like Skream and Benga, he honed his genre preference and discovered his love for heavy bass music. Combining this with his metal background, he quickly developed his uniquely filthy sound we know and love today.




From early in his career, it was clear Chuckie was destined for big things. Taking the Netherlands by storm with a flawless melding of genres, the “Mix-King” himself quickly grabbed the attention of house-heads far and wide. Confidence and talent earned him the respect of kingpin David Guetta, who subsequently invited him to play at his “F*ck Me, I’m Famous” party in Ibiza. With experience playing countless festivals and clubs worldwide, Chuckie brings the Dirty Dutch touch to already hard-hitting house music and will not disappoint this weekend!




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Baltimore Calendar: Krewella, Zomboy, Skrillex

Written on April 22, 2014 at 3:18 pm, by


Starting off the month of May, Krewella comes to Baltimore and Johns Hopkins for the Verge Campus Tour.   May 2 at the outdoor Pier Six Pavilion, the charismatic threesome will share their top radio hits along with lesser known gems. 


Live for the night with Krewella, click the flyer to buy your tickets and feel alive.




Next on May 29, Zomboy brings his outbreak tour to Ram’s Head Live.  Check out his epic promo video here.


Experience Zomboy’s infectious sound, click through to the flyer for tickets.





June 8, Skrillex headlines a highly anticipated one-day festival at Pimlico Race Course.  With support from Dillon Francis, What So Not, and Milo & Otis,  start your summer off with a stacked Sunday of some of bass music’s most popular names. 


For tickets for Skrillex and Dillon Francis, click the flyer.