Win tickets to Cry Wolf x White Noise in Nashville at 12th & Porter on May 29th (5/29/12) (Giveaway)
Memorial Day weekend is only day away! The time has come to rage the weekend away with massive amount of booze in order to stay hydrated during the oncoming heat wave. Riggggght. I’ve got good news for those who wish to make this a four-day weekend. So call off work now! But why are you taking off? Here’s why, BOAC are giving away a couple tickets to next Tuesday’s badass show in Nashville at 12th & Porter with Cry Wolf, White Noise, Don Winsley and Sohella. BOAC are huge fans of Cry Wolf as we’ve been posting their music since our beginning (proof here). The group also might be familiar after their recent remix of “Love You Right” from hometown favorite’s Cherub. It just so happens that Ashville’s Don Winsley has also remixed some Cherub. Check that out below along with a sample from each performing artist.
To enter, drop us a comment in the facebook box below on why you should win a ticket. We like to keep it simple. Winner will receive one ticket and will be announced next Monday, May 28th. The money you’ll save by winning should amount to three PBR’s so consider your initial buzz on us.
Meet The Artists:
Cry Wolf was born when former hardcore vocalist Justin Phillips decided to pursue his interest in exploring electronic music. Enlisting the help of lifelong friend, Johnluke Lewis, (on drums), he set out to create music that fused their Indie and Hardcore backgrounds with their new-found love for electronic music. With less than a year of performing under their belts, they have had their music featured in two films, gotten radio play everywhere from New York to North Carolina, been featured on major music television site fuse.tv, and toured the south-east, sharing stages with national acts such as Skrillex, Deiselboy, Kaskade, Steve Aoki. Cry Wolf has been met with rave reviews from top music blogs such as This Song Is Sick, Ear Milk, Play This Song Loud and Good Music All Day, and held the #1 spot on both The Hype Machine and Twitter’s music charts for three days straight.
White Noise is a DJ that’s ready to throw down. Known for bringing high energy performances, he creates a party vibe at his shows that keeps the room shaking and the bodies moving all night. Music ranging from bass fueled glitch-hop, funky electro house, and dirty bone crushing dubstep, it demands the volume be turned up and party never stop. The young DJ’s energy while performing has been described simply as “Raw Swagger”; the word has spread fast and White Noise has recently shared the stage with some of todays top electronic acts such as Bassnectar, Pretty Lights, The Disco Biscuits, The New Deal, Eoto, Eliot Lipp, Big Gigantic and Mimosa. Fans know White Noise as a DJ that just wants to create a good time atmosphere, keeping things sexy smooth, yet hard and edgy
Don Winsley, formed in 2010, is the musical brain child of Daniel Kairoff. Met with rave reviews from music blogs across the internet, Don Winsley recently went number 3 on the popular music charts of Hype Machine for his track “Guillermo”. The North Carolina native has one release under his belt with 2011′s “You Dance Now” and plans the release of his first album in early 2012 titled “Rise Of The Weasel King”. Don Winsley is joined by drummer Miles Cramer in a live setting to make for a beat blasting spectacular. With a label like “Post Avant Pizza Style” coming from Hype Machine, Don Winsley is anything but ordinary.
Soheil Khaila better known as Sohella has come a long way in a short time. Raised in the Bay Area, this talented producer began his musical career with ripped instrumentals and a karaoke machine. Sohella became addicted to learning the craft, moving from Acid Pro to Reason to FL studio and eventually to Ableton Live. Influenced by Hip Hop and EDM, Sohella brings sexy back into the picture with passionate mixes featuring hard-hitting wet bass, accompanied by tasteful electronic melodies, and heartfelt vocals. Taking to the stage with acts like Skrillex, Knife Party, Dillon Francis, and Steve Duda, Sohella’s live set captures the raw energy of the crowd while he commands the cute BASS system.