On Saturday January 12th, Tyler Sherritt will be kicking off his 2013 performance schedule alongside trance heavy hitter Dash Berlin at SoundGarden Hall in Philadelphia, PA. With an unbelievable set to help close out 2012 with Armin van Buuren, what Tyler Sherritt has planned for this year is undoubtedly guaranteed to take his musical career to a whole new level of excitement and greatness. This Saturday expect a full trance takeover of SoundGarden Hall!
Sherritt’s most recent release titled ‘Survive’ with fellow producers/deejays Carl Nunes and Ale Q, both of whom are Guatemalan natives, was released on Istmo Music on
December 28th 2012. Survive was released a few weeks prior on Guatemala’s number one
radio station 949 Radio and holds the #5 spot on their Top 20 chart. Check out the newest video from Guatemala City where Pako Rodriquez dropped ‘Survive’ for thousands of fans and supporters of the track, as they all sang along during the entirety of the track:
this chill progressive house track to have several trance elements which will be available for all to have on Monday, January 14th. This free giveaway will be a perfect set up to Sherritt’s debut in Boston on Saturday January 19th at Prime.
Trance family of Philadelphia, get ready for a huge night of trance in the city of brotherly love. On January 12th the legendary Dash Berlin will be performing at one of the top venues in the city, SoundGarden Hall. Dash Berlin has been one of the top Trance DJs around and is finally going to show what he is all about right here in Philly. With his hits, “Better Half of Me,” “Silence In Your Heart” and much more, it is sure to be a night trance fans of Philly will not want to miss.
Now with a big act like Dash Berlin coming to Philly, you better expect someone with some serious talent to get the crowd warmed up for Dash. Tyler Sherritt will be taking the DJ booth before Dash on January 12th and you better expect it to be a hell of a show. If you don’t know who Tyler Sherritt is, he is a new comer to the scene and has plenty of recent success. With his featured vocals on the track ‘Lux In Tenebris’ with Swab & Joey Mova has been chosen as part of “biggest vocal trance tracks of 2012″ compilation from Armada. Not only that, but Sherritt will be performing before the godfather of Trance, Armin Van Buuren, on NYE at Pier 94 in NYC.
Catch My Bass is very excited to see Sherritt take the stage in Philly and you should too. Start 2013 off right with a huge night in Philly with Dash Berlin & Tyler Sherritt. Be sure to get your tickets ahead of time because this is sure to be a sellout show. Look out for us taking photos that night as well!
Trying to find something to do to bring in the New Years but not trying to drop over $100 on one night? Well bring in the New Year with Pure Productions, Cult Classic Goods & Actual Records and not go broke! This event is showcasing some of the best underground raw talent Philadelphia has to offer. Located at the newest venue, Verre, this night is sure to end with a bang. CMB was at Verre for the Zeds Dead After Party and it probably was one of my top nights in Philly of 2012. I have been assured that this event is going to be of epic proportions, so get your ticket now and if your 21, your crazy for not getting the insanely cheap open bar. Oh and the best part is we’ll be going hard till 6am.
Performances by: STARKY – MITIS – PLS DNT STP- JACK DEEZL – ARCKITEKT – RUXBIN – NIGHT KIDS – DIRTY AUDIO
18 to enter
21 to drink
$45 Open Bar (Must be 21)
$600 Full Service VIP Room* (Must be 21)
*includes 6 Open Bar Tickets / 4 bottle package Grey Goose / Hookah / VIP Room Overlooking the party
CMB is here again to introduce you to some local talent in the Philadephia area. He goes by the name Atlas and I recently got to see him perform last weekend. Originally I planned on seeing Zeds Dead that night at the Electric Factory, however an all age event and drugs involved called for disaster. Not gonna lie I thought I was gonna call it a night, but lucky Pure Productions was throwing down at a sweet underground place here in Philly called Verre.
Anyways the night turned out to be a crazy night with different DJs getting their turn to spin till the early morning. One DJ that I was digging was Atlas. His song selection was very nicely done, staying away from just top 20. One thing that I really enjoyed about Atlas was the energy he brought to the crowd. You would of thought people would of slowed down at about 3:30, but Altas had everyone going right till the end of the night and even played an extra song at the crowds demand.
To give you alittle background on Atlas, he has only been DJing for about two years now and started producing about the same time as well. Having been a casual musician his entire life, when his friend showed him some basics of DJing, he took off with it and now has a few works of his own. When I asked Atlas what are some artists that has inspired his work, he said “The first ones that come to mind aren’t very apparent in the music I’ve released so far, Amon Tobin, Brian Eno, Philip Glass. But also Diplo, Swedish House Mafia, and Kanye West among countless others.”
For a night that could of ended at about 10pm, it ended in the early morning and I got to hear some new and crazy talent. If you ever get the chance go to an underground warehouse rave, thats where the party really is at. Check out some of the tracks below by Atlas (yes there free to download) and be sure to check out Atlas on Facebook and Soundcloud!
Philadelphia, with Hurricane Sandy keeping everyone from raving, what better way to get back into the swing of things with some serious bass to face this Friday night?! At Philly’s newest venue SoundGarden Hall, Datsik will be putting on a hell of a show with Terravita and xKore. We checked out this new venue last weekend for Crooker’s and damn we were blown away. Small intimate atmosphere with some serious lights, and fog machines. If you have not see Datsik’s stage set up check out the video below because this stage is gonna blow your mind. Datsik is gonna tear SoundGarden up Friday night and everyone in the Philly area should be there! Of course CMB will be there so look out for us! Get your tickets now for a night of some wild dubstep!
He calls himself the Booty Monsta… On Oct. 13th Borgore and White Panda took the stage at Philadelphia’s Theater of the Living arts. To say I had any idea of what to expect would be a complete lie. White Panda came entirely out of left field, I’m usually not a fan of mash-up artists, but wow mixing Frankie goes to Hollywood’s Relax with the Bingo Player’s hit Mode and actually making it sound good, yeah.. I was impressed. They had the entire crowd raging from start to finish. So much energy, from their red and blue LED panda masks to their non stop movement on stage, they definitely did an excellent job in warming the crowd up with great mixes of the current hits.
Now after listening to the top 10s White Panda so enthusiastically delivered to us, I was ready for the opposite end of the spectrum with Borgore. Anticipating a darker and more slipknot-ish, head bang till your neck breaks kind of set from the booty monsta himself. The moment he stepped on stage, and so strategically placed his beverages of choice alongside him…to say he RAGED from start to finish would be an understatement. One of the greatest personalities in this genre, or his own genre, I should say “Gorestep” I’ve seen in awhile. Some serious bass and him rapping live, with no laptop; using CD’s and tables he had the crowd moshing and head banging through out the entire set. Definitely a crowd pleaser, calling on all the ladies to get on stage (18+ of course) to dance, while playing his hits Ice cream, Flex, Decisions. No one wanted it to end, his “one more song” upon the crowds’ request was one of the most bizarre tracks I’ve ever heard, and left the crowd in awe and chanting “Bitches Love Cake” on the way out. (Written by Nora Fadil)