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4th Dimension: Wobble Wednesday Takeover: Savant, Elton Mack, Patrick Morgan & More @ Asylum (East Atlanta)


When: -

Where: Asylum (543 Plum Street, Macon, GA)

Minimum Age: 21+

Type: Indoor - Club

Web Site: Click Here

Genres: BreaksDrum and BassDubstepElectroHouse

Before 11pm
$ 7.00
After 11pm
$ 10.00


4th Dimension invades East Atlanta for the first time to pair up with one of its RaveATL to bring you one hell of a bass line up. There will be Lighting, Dancers, POI and more bass. You will not recognize the venue at all. We have a very limited capacity on this show so get there bright and early.

***** Talent *******




Savant is the dubstep / complextro alias of the Norwegian artist Aleksander Vinter. His first album "Outbreak" came out in 2009 under the electronica alias Vinter in Hollywood and was nominated for a Norwegian Grammy award. In 2010 Aleksander released the mixtape "MASKS" (free download) and on it was various projects including the first EP from Savant, called thrillseekers EP. (also on the mixtape "V for Vinter" released in december 2011)


Elton Mack aka DJ Edub, born and raised in Dayton, Ohio, is on fire! Elton has been a lover of music since birth. Named after the music legend Elton John, both his parents were huge fans of the many shades of music. Elton grew up listening to everything from rap to metal but has fallen in love with the magical electronic music of this classic rave/club era. Elton started out in 1998 playing drum n bass, but can now be heard playing Drum n Bass, Breaks, Dubstep, Electro house, and House. No matter what unreleased/new stuff he’s playing, you can definitely trust that it will be some of that funky ish that you can step to! He is a member of some of the hottest crews around; Future Sound of Breaks, RUN DDT , an YRS Gear



Patrick Samuel Morgan is an Atlanta based DJ/producer who is well known for his freshly squeezed tracks and off-the-wall antics on stage. Born on June 9, 1992, this young DJ has been infatuated with EDM for more than half his life; his passion drove him through five years of Allstate Band as well as motivating him to put in countless hours to study the art of musical creation on his own. Patrick produces a wide variety of house music. Some of his greatest influences include talented artists such as Tiesto, Armin Van Burren, Mord Fustang, Hypster, Wolfgang Gartner, Jody Wisternoff, and A-Trak. Patrick's tunes are catchy and addictive, but it is his stage presence that makes him stand out from the swarm of other producers and DJs. When he is up on stage his already charismatically energetic personality seems to intensify, resulting in an intense, unforgettable experience that the crowd will surely remember long after the show. During his career Patrick has played at many venues in Atlanta such as Opera Nightclub, Halo, 2 High Studios, Quad, and Havana Club as well as also having performed at Counterpoint Music Festival. He has played with the likes of Hardwell, Jody Wisternoff, and Steve Angello to name a few. His tracks have also been played by dj's such as Bad Robotz, and Cedric Gervais as well as many of his following in Atlanta, GA. Patrick's most popular tune as of now is a track titled "Dancar" which is featured on his album "Universal Language" in which every track is named "Dance" but in different langauges. When asked what his reasoning behind the idea was he responded "Music is a universal entity, it does not matter if you are American, French, German, Chinese or any other ethnicity. Music will always speak to you in a way nothing else can" You can find all of his music on his Soundcloud page or on his Artist page on Facebook. The links to both are below.


Jamie Andersen aka Sorted has been rocking Atlanta dancefloor's for almost a decade. Heavily influenced at a young age by nights spent in the notorious London clubs fabric and The End. Sorted came back to the states eager to spread Europe's sounds to the masses.

Bursting on the Atlanta scene in 2005 Sorted quickly joined the 404audio.com crew becoming one of the cities premier Drum and Bass DJ's. Cutting his teeth at the now infamous Transit club nights, Sorted learned the importance of building a vibe, while keeping dancefloor sensibility.