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JINGLE BOMB 11 @ Kings Hall


When: -

Where: Kings Hall (2929 27th Ave S., Seattle, WA)

Minimum Age: 16+

Type: Indoor - Club

Promoters: Marble Productions

Genres: DubstepElectroHouse

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December 1st 2012


Join us to celebrate the 11th year of the winter ritual that is "Jingle Bomb"! Once again we plan to make this the best one yet with amazing headliners, top locals, out of control stage setups and that is just the beginning. Do not miss out, we aim to make this a night packed with awesome from start to end!







Oakland, CA

-Jordan Atkins-Loria, better known as Lucky Date, is a 21 year old DJ/producer with his roots in San Francisco. Lucky Date relocated to Chicago in order to claim his territory in the world of electronic dance music. The music produced by Lucky Date is versatile and fresh with the abilities to connect to a variety of listeners and unify entire audiences.

Lucky Date released on Big Fish Recordings which is known around the world as one of the leading electronic music labels. Lucky Date has put an impressive amount of time into creating official and one-of-a-kind remixes for Zedd, Kimberly Caldwell, Spencer & Hill, Vhs or Beta, Lazy Rich, The Crystal Castles and Trash Yourself, among many others. He has also produced unofficial remixes of songs by Skrillex, E-40, LMFAO and M.I.A. Although most of Lucky Date's tracks are considered aggressive, bass-filled productions, he has produced tracks in the progressive house, tech house, dutch house and dubstep sub-genres. Much of Lucky Date's music can be found on Beatport and Sound Cloud.

Lucky Date's move to Chicago brought career-altering opportunities and a new home for his music. He has secured an international fan base by touring in South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. Thanks to his talents and consistent creativity, Lucky Date has grabbed the attention and support of artists Excision, Datsik, Zedd, Porter Robinson, David Guetta, Tommy Lee, Spencer & Hill, and Chuckie. Thirty completed tracks are ready for download and many more are in the works. Lucky Date's official remix of Datsik's "King Kong" is housed by Subhuman Records. Lucky Date's energetic and clever productions are paving the way for a successful music career.



Los Angles, CA

-The BARE sound is a product of deep roots in rock, west coast hip-hop (as part of the Vital Mindz collective) and aggressive drum 'n' bass (as past alias Reborn). These influences, combined with ultra crisp drum programming, slick melodies and mind altering bass modulation, spawn face melting dubstep anthems that practically rewind themselves. "I'd have to say that the love of making something from nothing inspires me to make music," BARE says. "There is no better feeling than when you see people go insane to something you created from scratch!"'BARE's first release, the ragga-influenced "Culture" on Terminal Dusk recordings last March, was charted by DJs worldwide via Chemical Records, and put BARE on the radar alongside other members of the already incendiary Los Angeles dub community. The second release, the Groupie Love Life EP on Reid Speed's Play Me imprint, held down multiple top 10 spots on Beatport's coveted download rankings for over a month, and showed the world the BARE sound was a force to be reckoned with. Soon after, BARE was recruited by drum and bass legend Dieselboy as one of a select few artists torepresenthis breakthrough Subhuman imprint (alongside Numbernin6, Muffler, and Smash Gordon), and from there the buzz grew into a deafening roar. Releases on Ultragore, Basshead Music,Tuff Love Dubs and other high profile labelsfollowed, and BARE tracks found their way onto the playlists of Excision, Funtcase, 12th Planet, Borgore, MRK1 and other high profile dubstep artists around the world. Unofficial reworks of "Fine Day" and "Shot Me Down"released online spread like wildfire, amassing tens of thousands of plays/downloads and counting. BARE's studio output is astounding to even the most prolific producers - his uncanny ability to crank out top quality tracks onan almost weekly basis leaves his fans with plenty to sink their teeth into.

The madness doesn't end there. A monster behind the decks, BARE's high energy, "all killer no filler" DJ performances have earned him a reputation as atough act to follow. He's developed a particularly rabid fan base -anyone who's experienced a BARE set (and lived to talk about it) will tell you he's a DJ who absolutely loves what he does. BARE is never afraid to engage hiscrowd- he tends to be as active on the mic as he is on the decks, keeping the crowd locked and constantly coaxing them to go as mental as possibly. In addition to notable one-off gigs at some of the nation's most notable venues(Dub Nation, Dubtroit, Sub.Mission, Frequency, etc. Sean has a genuine love for those that take an interest in his music. Members of his social networks areconstantly treated to studio teasers, video clips, mixes and free tracks as a thank you for their support.

BARE's dedication to bass music was recently rewarded with the title of "Best New Dubstep Artist of 2010" by Beatport. Knowledge Magazine recently described BARE as "revolutionizing the sound of dubstep with his elegant andmelodicstructures, that will surely fool you once his dirty down-south-like grimey basslines get your body moving with sheer excitement." Across the pond, the BARE sound recently caught the attention of Virus SyndicateDJ/producer MRK1 - as a result, three BARE tracks (including the dancefloor annihilating "Like a G6" rework) were chosen to represent the VS crew in the BBC Radio One Dubstep Soundclash (leading the VS crew to declare themselves victorious). A release/remix on MRK1's Contagious imprint is one of many projects slated for the new year

(1st Seattle appearance!)



Los Angles, CA

-Schoolboy, EDM producer from Los Angeles who is best known for his track "Checkmate" (released under Burn the Fire Records) which climbed the Beatport ranks peaking at an impressive #4 slot on the top 100 dubstep chart. He is supported by several respected artists in the EDM community including such names as: Skrillex, J. Rabbit, Mr. White, Reid Speed, Coldblank, LAZRtag, Smash Gordon, Flinch, Karetus, and WeBang. He has remixed tracks for Porter Robinson, Lazy Rich, and Karetus, as well as, a massive bootleg of Daft Punk's classic, "Da Funk" which has received over 100,000 plays via Blogs/Soundcloud. Schoolboys' "The Science Project" EP (soon to be released on Rottun Records) has been highly anticipated throughout the viral community. Class dismissed!































-Multiple snow machines

-Outdoor Area

-Decorations by USC, Looptid and more!

-Multiple visual screens by Looptid

-Amazing sound and lighting by Liquid NRG & Positive Systems

-Muliple Vendors including Acid Unicorn, Fuck Yeah Factory + more TBA!

-Motor Security

-Much more TBA!





2929 27th Ave S.

Seattle, WA



16+ to enter