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ESM Presents: Spring Bass


When: -

Where: Mirage (2159 El Camino Ave, Sacramento, CA)

Minimum Age: 18+

Type: Indoor - Club

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Promoters: Electric State of Mind ESM Electric State of Mind

Genres: Electro

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$ 25.00
Electric State of Mind presents: Spring Bass

With the Invasion series now over, get ready for Crizzly and Designer Drugs in our first Sacramento 1000+ capacity full production party!

Crizzly's bio:

Anytime he hits the stage, Crizzly has no choice but to go hard. Channeling hyperactive energy and uncontainable swagger, the San Antonio DJ and producer ignites crowds with an intoxicating, infectious, and inimitable blend of dubstep and hip-hop, which he affectionately terms, "Crunkstep". In 2011, he released his own takes on Waka Flocka Flame's "Hard in Da Paint" and "Snap Back Swag" from AJ Hernz, and suddenly he set the blogosphere ablaze. In addition, Skrillex, Diplo,Excision & Datsik all began playing his remixes in their sets. In February 2012, he embarked on a highly successful tour with 12th Planet and Flinch, and he followed that up with shows alongside Zed's Dead. Currently, he's confirmed on the bill for the 2012 installments of Nocturnal, Electric Daisy Carnival [Las Vegas & New York], Atlantic Impulse, Electric Forrest, Global KC and Denver, and many more. One thing's for sure: there ain't no party like a Crizzly party.

Designer Drugs:

Ask the DJ/production duo DESIGNER DRUGS how many air miles they’ve logged over the past year and the answer requires more than a bit of calculating. “Over 300,000,” Michael Vincent Patrick referencing numerous spots around the world where the group has performed. “I have a really nice apartment in New York City, but I’ve only been there three days this month.”

It’s a testament both to the duo’s popularity and work ethic that that number may become the annual norm. After nearly 50 remixes for everyone from Mariah Carey to Annie to Thieves Like Us, the diverse electronic group, comprised of Patrick and Theodore Paul Nelson, is set to release their debut album HARDCORE/SOFTCORE on Ultra Records in February 2011.

Where past productions and remixes have been on the poppier end of the musical spectrum, Hardcore conjures up a darker, edgier vibe – think the throbbing, industrial-heavy opening club scene in “The Doom Generation” – yet still retains a melodic center on many of the tracks. “I think we’re making music for the apocalypse,” says Michael, only half-joking. “The state of society is at a place where people just don’t give a fuck and that’s what inspires our music.”

School hasn’t stopped the group from putting on memorable live sets as much as possible. Spend a few minutes at one of DESIGNER DRUGS’ live shows and you’ll see the normally humble pair, spurred on by the intense energy of their music, transform into a different beast. “It gets pretty wild,” admits Michael. “Even though we’re mellow, there’s lots of stage diving and almost slam dancing. It’s next level dance club shit that almost morphs into that ‘90s hardcore/punk vibe.”

——————— Event Details ———————

2159 El Camino Ave Sacramento, CA

March 21st, 2014

8:00PM — 2:00AM

Hang out with your friends at the venue until 3AM

18+ with full bar for 21+

*Early arrival suggested to guarantee parking and entry*

•Brand new venue (Spring Bass will be the first-ever EDM event at this location)

•Full bar (Limited table service available)

•State of the art light systems and 8 double 18" subs to shake the house

•Outdoor smoking area

•LED gloves, glow sticks, and light toys welcome

————————— Talent —————————

— Crizzly

— Designer Drugs

Opening talent:

— GRHYME vs. A. Midas

— NickNack

— Tripz


You MUST bring:

Valid government-issued photo ID

Valid ticket (if purchased in advance)

Great vibes

You are encouraged to bring:

Breathable attire

LED toys

Party Face


Alcoholic beverages or illegal substances

Bottles and aluminum cans

Any kind of poles or sticks

Backpacks or large bags


Fireworks, firearms or weapons of any kind

Food and beverage, including bottled water

Noisemakers of any kind

Recreational scooters

Portable chairs





Professional Cameras (ex: detachable lens)

Laser pointers

Graffiti Paraphernalia