Planning on catching Zed’s Dead at WAMU on December 2nd? If you’re not done dancing when the show is over, go get revived at The Underground. Safe Escape Events and Track Killerz are teaming up to bring you the Revival: Zed’s Dead Afterparty with Gent & Jawns.
The venue is walking distance from WAMU Theatre, and it will be open until 3 AM. Those of you who aren’t going to Zed’s Dead have plenty of time to get there before the midnight after-show rush. This couldn’t hurt since The Underground is a bit on the smaller side and this event will probably sell out.
Gent and Jawns is a crowd-pleasing artist that will be a great experience at this intimate club. Not to mention, with other artists performing such as Quackson, TheReckShop, Illuminaughty, and Flow, this looks like a very promising event for the trap fans and headbangers out there. Don’t be surprised if you also find yourself hearing some creepy mid-tempo bass music to lead you into the late night.
Grab a pre-sale ticket and head down to The Underground on December 2nd for some resonant afterparty vibes.
Illuminaughty 10:00 – 11:00
Flow 11:00 – 12:00
Quackson 12:00 – 1:00
Gent & Jawns 1:00 – 2:00
TheReckShop 2:00 – 3:00
Gent & Jawns
Gent & Jawns was originally put together by Billy The Gent and Long Jawns, after each of them achieving notable solo careers. However, Gent & Jawns is now a one-man show. Long Phung, the member known originally as Jawns, decided to hold on to the name after the group divided. The energy of this techno-trap dance club style was and still remains consistently original, fluid, and highly equitable within the EDM club scene. Jent & Jawns has shared stages with notable artists such as Nadastrom, Dillon Francis, Diplo, Die Antwoord, and Caspa. His sets offer a beautifully synchronized form of polarizing, industrious talent. Gent & Jawns is killing it right now, more than ever, and after signing recently with Mad Decent, his skill has become much more recognized. I’m excited to see him coming to Seattle.
TheReckShop has been in the music scene as a musician and producer for almost sixteen years. He has a thorough understanding of EDM in its many genres and can be seen playing anything from electro house, to dubstep, trap, hardstyle, melbourne, or hip-hop. TheReckShop has opened for a big list of artists, such as J-Trick, Heatbeat, Helicopter Showdown, Mantis, Donald Glaude, Document One, Nerd Rage, Gent & Jawns and plenty of other notable artists. This artist’s talent will show itself when he’s blasting you away with sick buildups and filth-ridden drops of various styles and sound.
Quackson specializes in a variety of different bass music subgenres. His sound ranges from weird wobbly mid-tempo to low tempo, low frequency, distorted bass. He draws inspiration from artists like Rezz, K?D, Porter Robinson, and Zeds Dead. Quackson has a unique taste of eerie yet grimy nightmarish music. His live set never fails to pique the interest of the crowd. This guy is a must see in my book of local rising artists.
Flow is known for making killer hip-hop and EDM infused tracks, with twists, turns, and hooks that are both unexpected and addicting. With a heavily hip-hop influenced background, Flow brings a high energy, up the ante, style of music and performance. His sets will catch you off guard and get you vibing hard, especially if you’re a hip-hop enthusiast.
Illuminaughty takes his listeners on a journey of rises and drops, with faced paced wubs and wobs, melodies with heavy breaks, and an adequate amount of bass to knock your socks clean off. This guy has everything you could ask for from a dubstep artist, with twists, turns, and plenty of surprises to keep you guessing along the way.
Featured photo by: @Dmisemusic
Escape Radio – Zed’s Dead After Party Pre-Game Playlist
Looking for some pre-game tunes to prepare you for this event? The guys at Safe Escape Events just released a playlist on their Escape Radio SoundCloud page, which spotlights songs from each featured artist. Check it out below!
What artists are you most excited to see perform at the Zed’s Dead Afterparty? Let us know in the comments below!