DJ DIALS & 1015 FOLSOM PRESENT A PARTY AFTER OUTSIDE LANDS
BIG FREEDIA (LIVE)
SHELCO GARCIA & TEENWOLF
local support from
SUBCULTURE DJS FEAT. JACK NAGZ
ONEMOHIT (MAKE IT FUNKY)
Friday August 7th / 10pm - 3am / 21+
Big Freedia (pronounced “FREE-da”), known as the Queen of Bounce, is at the forefront of the Bounce rap movement (a subgenre of hip-hop born out of New Orleans and known for its call and response style and lightening speed booty-shaking dance). Performing five out of seven nights in any given week with dancers she calls The Divas, Big Freedia’s show is nothing short of dazzling. She tours every city in America from New York to San Francisco and is always a favorite at festivals such as Electric Forest, Hangout Fest, FunFunFun Fest, SXSW, and Bonnaroo, among many others.
Star Slinger is a producer and DJ based in Manchester, UK, taking influences mainly from the worlds of house and hip hop. He first came to attention after self-releasing a beat tape in the summer of 2010 entitled "Volume 1". He then collaborated with Sean Bowie aka Teams on the Teams vs. Star Slinger EP. This early output suggested a more fun take on instrumental hip-hop, with nods to house music & an innovative sampling style.
The next few years saw Slinger become an in-demand remixer, servicing the likes of Jessie Ware & Gold Panda. He also got the chance to work on some originals with some of his favourite rappers, namely Lil B The Based God and Juicy J of Three 6 Mafia fame on singles "Bad Bitches" & "Chain Dumbin". Recently, Star Slinger has focused on the dancier side of his work. Starting his own club night & label JET JAM with friends & visual artists Anze Sekelj & Michaela Selmani.
23 year-old NYC-based producer Jai Wolf was one of the more interesting success stories of 2014. After the young producer tweeted his bootleg of Skrillex's "Ease My Mind" at the always taste-making Sonny Moore, Skrilly ended up actually releasing Wolf's remix on his own label, a true signifier of how social media has helped transform the music industry, as well as the fact Sonny remains one of music's nicest guys. Since that lucky break a short year ago, Jai Wolf has played Coachella,
gained seven No. 1 tracks on Hype Machine, millions of plays on Soundcloud, and just today is finally streaming his debut original production on ODESZA's Foreign Family Collective, a glorious number entitled "Indian Summer."
Jai Wolf became linked with the ODESZA guys after they released one of his most well-received remixes to date, a rework of their track "Say My Name." Now the Seattle duo is joining the likes of Skrillex as they put their chips on the young producer and DJ, choosing to be the first to present his debut original composition to the world. After listening to the track, something tells us they have their money on a winner.
In a couple years Lauren “Kittens” Abedini has gone from djing in her bedroom, to touring with Kid Cudi and playing for Usher. Rising through the ranks of an industry dominated by men, she’s learned how to play to snobby Hollywood crowds and beat/hip hop heads alike. Her foundation was built during her teen years attending Low End Theory, listening to soul/funk/jazz cuts with her Mom, and digging for any proper hip hop she could get her hands on. Now with an added mainstream sensibility sprinkled on top, she’s gaining more and more notoriety. The first lady of the Athletixx crew as well as the reigning queen of the ubiquitous indie label HW&W. Her hustle game on lock, she’s now pursuing production while continuing to tour the US and rest of the world.
Shelco Garcia & Teenwolf are two of the fastest rising stars in the Las Vegas dance music scene. In the last 6 months they have had multiple charting singles on Beatport and iTunes, played shows with some of the biggest names in dance music, and achieved viral success with three short videos featuring they’re most recent popular song That’s My Jam. The duo combines high-energy, one-of-a-kind production with unparalleled stage presence that makes a Shelco Garcia & Teenwolf show, one you will never forget!