with DJ Price
at The Milestone Club
Blakeney’s Summer Concert Series offers free concerts on Fridays and Saturdays through August, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., off Ardrey Kell and Rea Road, at Village Green in Blakeney. There are a couple other holiday events as well in the mix. These free family-friendly concerts will be at the Fountain between Brixx and Encore. Here’s a list of the upcoming shows, through the end of June.
Digital Noir featuring Michael Price and DJ Spider at The Milestone Club
with DJ Price
at The Milestone Club
Bass Physics is a Denver-based producer named Arja Adair who has one objective in mind: to spread positive vibes through the power of music. His impassioned sound emulates a revolutionary style of electronic music which captures the audience on an emotional level while cultivating a live instrumental experience. With stylistic variations of electronic rock, soulful funk, hip-hop and melodic bass, Arja unceasingly executes a unique and captivating performance that leaves you wanting more.
Bass Physics has made waves in the national music scene with appearances at Electric Forest, Euphoria, Decadence NYE and at Colorado’s legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater. Bass Physics currently touring the Pacific Northwest in Spring 2018 with Edamame and LAPA (Ilya Goldberg of Emancipator).
Eliot Lipp is a producer, DJ and sound designer. After more than a decade living in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York (but equally home on the road), the intrepid producer has landed in beautiful Austin Texas. He’s been spending most of his time collaborating with musicians, DJing, performing and grinding in the studio. Theres no particular style of electronic music that takes the focus but theres always a good amount of hip-hop and funk influences. Over the years Lipp has developed a palette of electronic beats & soulful samples while crafting a unique style.
Chvrches are a Scottish synth-pop band from Glasgow, formed in September 2011.The band consists of Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook and Martin Doherty. Mostly deriving from the synthpop genre, Chvrches also incorporate indietronica, indie pop, and electronic dance into their sound.
Join us on Halloween for creepy cocktails, spooky music, and a costume contest!
Dark and atmospheric electronic Synthpop taking inspiration from classic New Wave and Industrial music.
Electronic–Synth–Wizards /–Analog–Noise–Monsters /Industrial–Sequencer–Witches
Dutch producer Sander van Dijck (aka San Holo) blurs the line between EDM genres in the pursuit of creative freedom. Originally, Holo had intended to be in a band, but he found it easier to work alone. Music production led him to Codarts University for the Arts in Rotterdam. After graduating, Holo worked as a ghost producer, and after some production success, he decided to strike out on his own. He built a significant following on SoundCloud, through which he launched his Don’t Touch the Classics remix series – featuring remixes of classic ’90s and 2000s hip-hop, such as Dr. Dre’s ‘The Next Episode’ — substantially increasing his fan base in the process. In 2014, Holo released his debut EP, Cosmos, through Heroic Recordings. The following year, Holo partnered with Monstercat for his second EP, Victory. A string of singles followed on various labels, including OWSLA and Spinnin. While the labels Holo chose to work with were all fairly open-minded and forward-thinking, they didn’t provide the level of creative freedom he craved, leading to the formation of his own his own label, bitbird. His third EP, New Sky, was released on Monstercat in 2016, and he embarked on his first North American tour that year, including stops at Coachella and Ultra Music Festival in Miami. Following that came a succession of singles on bitbird. San released his debut album – ‘album1 ‘ – in September of 2018.