The Wall ft heRobust and Twine

The Wall ft heRobust and Twine
03
/ Sep
Thursday
2015

The Wall ft heRobust and Twine

Location
363 Lincoln Road (behind the Mobil Station), Addington, Christchurch 8024
Venue
Dux Live
Price
Free b4 10, $5 after

Dubstep, Trap, Banger’s & Happiness. Back with another Double Header, where does it stop!
Twine (USA)
HeRobust (USA)

FREE ENTRY BEFORE BEFORE 10PM!

#wearethewall

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Twine (USA)
HeRobust (USA)

Dave Boogie
Misshin
TwEQ

#itsawalltrap

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Twine (USA)

2010 was a huge year for Dubstep with the rise of major bone crushing sounds infused with panty dropper melodies with artists such as Skrillex and 12th Planet, and with that came the power of influence. After hearing Skrillex for the first time, Clark developed a deep interest in bass music and how such sounds were produced. Fast forward 4 years, Clark has now launched his new project called “Twine” where he strives to deliver a new sound and a fresh style to the electronic dance music scene. With support from the likes of Datsik, 12th Planet, Protohype and Getter, Clark is an up and coming artist who you should be on the strong lookout for with big things in planned for future. He’s also great with kids, and speaks with his hand in front of his mouth because he’s a very reputable person. Bound.

HeRobust (USA)

heRobust otherwise known as Hayden Kramer, is an electronic producer from Atlanta, Georgia. In the short, three year existence of heRobust, Kramer’s hip-hop inspired bass music has been written about by publications such as Billboard, Rolling Stone, The Huffington Post, Vice, and MTV, while also being played by artists such as Tiesto, Skrillex, Bassnectar, Pretty Lights, and DJ Shadow. If you want more, go check him out on soundcloud.

“I’m kiiiind of loving heRobust. SRSLY FACE MELTING SHOW.” – MTV

“Showstopper” – Billboard

“[an] EDM specialist crafting new approaches” – The Huffington Post

“Unique Styles” – Rolling Stone

“The sound of heRobust, has a lot of personal identity” – Vice

“RADDIIOOOOOOOOO” – Cuba Gooding Jr.