ETC!ETC! with JSTJR
Bassmnt Saturdays with Insomniac
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Join us on Saturday 3/25 as Insomniac Events presents ETC(!) ETC(!) at Bassmnt!! With an eclectic mix of audio flavors overflowing from his arsenal, it’s no wonder why he has garnered a diverse array of highly prestigious support from the biggest EDM superstars in the game!! Opening set by JSTJR, don't miss out!
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LA native born and raised producer ETC!ETC! may have spent most of his studio life on the Electro House point, but his transition to Moombahton productions are what have been commanding the most attention from top-notch tastemakers around the globe as of late.
ETC!ETC! gravitates his aural attention onto anything that moves the room. First attracted to Electro house for the big bass and floor-shattering fast-paced BPM, ETC!ETC! started to shift his focus to moombahton in early 2011 and starting to make an impact in the scene almost immediately. He has been played almost on a weekly rotation on BBC Radio 1 by Kissy Sellout & DJ Kayper, and the following keeps growing.
With an eclectic mix of different audio flavors coming out of his arsenal it's no wonder ETC!ETC! has garnered a diverse array of highly-prestigious support from EDM leaders Wolfgang Gartner, AC Slater, Congorock, 12th Planet x Skrillex, Mstrkrft, Dillon Francis, Diplo, Bro Safari & many others.
JSTJR's music is best represented by imagery and emotion rather than derivative subgenres and labels. Walk into the most thumping nightclubs and sweaty, wall-shaking basements from Lisbon to Los Angeles to Lima and you'll understand the 24-year-old producer's global sound that has earned him official releases on dance music's top labels including Mad Decent, Fool's Gold, and SMOG.
Hailed as the US ambassador of Buraka Som Sistema's zouk bass movement in America, the New England native has forged a love for regional sounds from around the world with his inherent tendencies for hip hop and experimental electronic production. This unique, hybrid and inclusive approach to dance music in a growingly homogenous market has earned him nods from an elite group of producers including Skrillex, A-Trak, and Diplo - the last of whom JSTJR worked with directly as a credited artist on Major Lazer's Peace Is The Mission in 2015.