Heavy bass to make you feel that aliens are in control. - Spiral (The Turntablist)
Architekt (Michael Pipitone) has been a lightning rod for heavy sounds since he set foot in his subterraneous studio lair. Avid drummer and native son of Philadelphia, Mike cut his teeth in Upper Darby based Rock & Metal outfits before Persuing his own vision as a Song writer & Producer. Sonically similar to contemporaries such as Excision and Kill the Noise, Architekt is a true master, blending Vivid Soundscapes with Vicious Bass Breaks. Architekt’s polished compositions, both musical and graphic, generate a cinematic world for his audience to dwell in, Distinguishing his vision as a major facet to his success.
The true genius of Architekt resides within the blueprints yet written. His ability to stop on a dime, interpret musical trends/forecast potential soundscapes worth digging deeper into make him a producer's producer. With hugely successful sets at Camp Bisco, Safe and Sound and Moonrise Festival and having shared Philly stages with the likes of Destroid, Flux Pavillion and a list that goes on, Architekt is no stranger to large crowds. With releases for KJ Sawka's Impossible Records, Buygore Records, and OWSLA's The NEST, Philly's best kept underground reinforcement won’t stay hidden much longer. Whether the world is ready to recognize it or not, when the dust settles on this Heavy Bass monstrosity Architekt will be standing firmly on a foundation of his OWN creation.
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Come throw down at the Lizard Lounge inside of the Chameleon Club every third Wednesday at 9:00 PM for a night of raunchy bass music! This event is 21+ with no cover! Who doesn’t love a free party?
What originally began under the name of Pure just five years ago and ran by Diesel and Backdraft, has now been transformed into Neon Kaleidoscope which is the Lancaster area’s premiere electronic music experience.
About a year ago, Backdraft took a step back to focus on being a father and to pursue his career goals. Since then, Geoffro stepped in to fill his shoes. This being the event’s 5-year anniversary, Backdraft is back to join the boys for one night only. And now, the team has House of Hearts: Lancaster on their side.
“Teaming up with House of Hearts: Lancaster has been amazing,” said Diesel. “The family aspect is what drew us to House of Hearts, and that's what we're looking for: a group of like-minded individuals seeking the same goal of a safe, fun, and energetic type of show.”
There is no dress code for Neon Kaleidoscope, but make sure you dress up in your best party and rave gear. All forms of flow arts are welcomed and encouraged (beside fire, silly). Bring some singles, too, because there are $1 drinks and $2 slices of pizza, and don’t forget to tip your bartender!
Neon Kaleidoscope boasts all sorts of EDM: dubstep, house, drum and bass, hardstyle, techno, breaks, and electro. The idea of Neon Kaleidoscope is that musical patterns (different styles of EDM) can emerge as beautiful, multi-sensory patterns painted on canvas (the dancefloor) created by many artists (DJs).
Join the party! We'll see you there!
Written by Robert Craig
#DeathToGenres masterminds Julio Mejia & Matt Van Toth made another smashing return to SoundGarden Hall as the mind-bending project GTA (Good Times Await!) Pair that with the ass-hypnotized bounce king TJR and you've got yourself a night full of twerking, congregations of shufflers by the dozen and loud, tropical, dirty beats.
Here's what you guys, the audience, had to say about this massive sold-out party:
"Loud, live and chalked full of people vibing to a wild show!", says Silas Sheridan.
"The show was a great time. The crowd kept the energy up throughout most of the night! I'm not usually a fan of trap music but the show's atmosphere made it a great experience. Of course there's always going to be some people that aren't there for the music, but for the most part there were plenty there with good vibes." - Adam.
House of Hearts street team promoters chimed in as well on the wild sets that went down:
"It was definitely one of the best shows I've seen in a while! I lost a close friend right before this show, and TJR made a shout-out and dedicated his last song to her. It was incredibly heartwarming of him." - Bridget Bagnell.
"It was a night filled with total madness that brought the venue and its patrons to their knees. Hard House is a personal favorite of mine, and when GTA finally dropped it I completely lost it, I almost broke my neck headbanging." - Adam Leopold
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