OWSLA’s Halloween Invasion


This Oct. 31, Gainesville and The Vault Nightclub will see a Halloween party done right. Never before has this small city seen a party on Halloween night that had so many goodies packed into one. You can thank Skrillex and his record label for the fall 2012 OWSLA Tour and the promotional efforts of PoplifeAnatomy Promotions and Party Degree for making Gainesville apart of it.

While the tour features artists like Birdy Nam Nam, Jack Beats, Alex Metric, Kill The Noise and many more, the Gainesville show will present The M Machine, Alvin Risk and Kill Paris. The best part about this show is that it’s only $10 with the promo code “OWSLA” and tickets can be found HERE.

Some quick background:
The M Machine is a San Francisco-based trio that rose from the depths of music and bombarded the electronic scene with their fresh and original sounds. Their Facebook says that they aim to “perfect the artistic union between man and machine, combining immaculate and powerful electronic production with emotional and infectious songwriting.” This will be their first visit to Gainesville.


Alvin Risk is from Washington D.C. and one of the new up-and-coming producers in electronic music. He is a pioneer in Electronic Orchestra, “the ultimate fusion of a rock band and electronic music all played completely live,” he said in an interview with GDD. You might remember a secret show he played a couple of months ago in Gainesville.


Kill Paris recently lived in Sarasota, Fla., but now resides in Los Angeles. He is apart of the new wave of young artists that have taken electronic music by storm. He gained a surge of attention for doing a remix with Dillion Francis of “Where Did I Go” by Monsta. His sound is one of the more soulful, funk-ified and refreshing ones I’ve heard in a while. His Soundcloud is full of free music.


Don’t mess your Halloween up by not going to this show. I promise, there will not be a party as bumpin’ as this one.

via Bionic Beatlab



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