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Bass Tribe Los Angeles with // NiceFingers // Soulular // Sweat


When: -

Where: Broadway Bar (830 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA)

Minimum Age: 21+

Type: Indoor - Club

Promoters: Bass Tribe Los Angeles

Genres: GlitchHip Hop


$ 5.00
Come join Bass Tribe Los Angeles for it's first event at the spectacular Broadway Bar in Downtown Los Angeles! 

TIME: 9pm - 2am

COVER: $5 at the door

The sounds of the night are three of Bass Tribe's favorite local producers who have been doing very big things around town and who Bass Tribe is absolutely privileged to have providing sultry bass sexuality for you all night long.


Soulular Vibrations bring mind stimulation and heart activation in a fresh blend of organic and inorganic sound manipulation, with original, interesting arrangements and lush atmospheres – shaped by hard intricate beats, deep bass and spacey dub effects, with soulful harmonies and sexy melodies. Deeply saturated with love and honest intentions, Soulular is quality music for quality people.






Comprised of members Nick Waterhouse and Dave Schneider, niceFingers is passionate about bringing lovable, amazing, uplifting, bumpin and straight dirty music to your eardrums.

With their physical bodies currently residing on different continents, these two musicians leapt at the chance to explore the realms of intercontinental beat making.Each having extensive music backgrounds, niceFingers first became an entity after the need arose to liven the midwest DJ scene with their special yet similar tastes in bass music and live-production style performance.

It is no surprise that niceFingers has morphed into a composition/production duo determined to blend and bend the bass genre into something all their own. Delivering only the freshest tracks to satisfy your musical hunger, sit back and enjoy as the niceFinger vision continues to mature and evolve.





Local producer Richard Sweat (AKA Sweat) has been making the booties bounce on dance floors around LA for about 3 years now and his production has never been better. Combining the ghetto-fied hip hop style of grime that makes you want to bump and grind with the glitchy bass greatness of what you've come to expect from all of the Bass Tribe Los Angeles offerings.