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Kill Paris, MartyParty, Lindsay Lowend, and Morillo @ El Rey Theatre


When: -

Where: El Rey Theatre (5515 Wilshire Avenue, Los Angeles, CA)

Minimum Age: All Ages

Type: Indoor - Theatre

Promoters: The Do LaB

Genres: DubstepElectroGlitchHip HopHouse

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$ 20.00
Join us on July 18th as we host Kill Paris, MartyParty, Lindsay Lowend, and Morillo at the El Rey! Pre-sale tickets are now on sale!

-- About the Artists --


Kill Paris can sweep the listener from guitar-driven blues moves to downtempo-tronica without, so to speak, skipping a beat, yet kills with equal aplomb through instrumental hypnosis and vocally endowed songcraft. His versatility allows for a multi-faceted, kaleidoscopic exploration of groove-giving that give his hooks more variety than all the lonely-couple-in-a-car urban legends combined could hope to muster.

“My sound is constantly evolving,” he says. “I really dislike falling in a niche and doing what is easy. The more I challenge myself, the more prosperous my music becomes.” And yet his central personality is never lost in the shuffle; focus remains no matter how far Kill Paris ranges in the quest to find fresh ways to make heads bob and unite bodies and rhythm into oneness.


Whether performing as a member of PANTyRAiD, or through solo performances as MartyParty, Martin Folb brings a fresh breath through the EDM community with his musically diverse, all-original live shows that have been widely regarded as some of the best in the business. The South African-born Brooklyn native has been storming festivals and clubs through North America with his original style of seductive and melodic bass that crosses over the genres of hip hop, trap, dubstep, and EDM. The result is an amusement park ride through a symphonic purple odyssey that explodes into a one-of-a-kind live experience. “I just want to make kids freak out and let loose – we all came to party – I make a party – you have no choice but to get into it – young and old – one thing is for sure, you’ll be going nuts.” – MartyParty


What do you get when you mix bass music with jazz fusion and a Super Nintendo? Meet Lindsay Lowend, a 20-year old bass music prodigy from Washington, D.C. Describing his sound as "neon music", this young artist is largely inspired by video games such as Dance Dance Revolution and Beatmania IIDX. His production methods prove to be just as interesting which stem from the demoscene/tracker music scene. While extremely computer and programming driven, each of the tracks on his debut EP pack an enormous amount of soul and depth. He has built his own unique soundscape of bright synthesizers, chords, and melodies overtop very rhythmic and often times unpredictable beats.


Zach Morillo is a walking, living, breathing beat machine. Since age 7 when he first sat down at a set of drums and stepped into the world of making music, he has been fiercely dedicated to perfecting his passion for captivating audiences with infectiously deep, funky beats. Now having produced for and performed live with multiple international artists such as Childish Gambino, Kat Deluna, Jahfe, and Sounduo, Zach has mastered his ability to captivate audiences on massive stages around the world. With his debut solo project, Morillo, Zach has begun to deeply immerse himself into sculpting and perfecting his own style of music, which he describes as a dance-floor ready, world-music influenced blend of hip hop, dub, and bass. Through his performances, Morillo strives to create a globe-spanning, rhythm-and-bass fueled tribal dance party that will leave his audiences in a sweaty euphoria.

-- The Details --

July 18th 2014

El Rey Theatre
5515 Wilshire Blvd.,
Los Angeles 90036

This is an All Ages event.