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Spankalicious in Knoxville TN!!


When: -

Where: NV Nightclub (125 E. Jackson Avenue, Knoxville, TN)

Minimum Age: 18+

Type: Indoor - Club

Web Site: Click Here

Genres: DubstepGlitchHard DanceHip HopLivetronica

PRESENTED BY: Midnight Voyage, Knoxtronica, 90.3 The Rock

Tickets: http://flavorus.com/spankalicious


Bitch Please - http://soundcloud.com/bitch-please-1

iRell - http://http://soundcloud.com/irell

Moniker - http://http://soundcloud.com/mnkr

Friday, February 1st, 2013

@ NV Nightclub (in the Old City)

125 E Jackson Ave / Knoxville, TN

Ticket Prices: $5 Advance / $8 Day of Show

Tickets: http://flavorus.com/spankalicious

18 & Up Only

Doors Open: 9PM

Show Starts: 10PM

Make sure you bring your valid, state-issued photo ID!





 Connector Presents - Loyal Family - Re:Evolution Media - Grassroots California 


SPANKALICIOUS is BOUNCE more aptly Psychedelic Bounce. Based out of Connectorville, USA he averages 150+ shows a year on the road and rocks and each and every one of them. Spankalicius has shared bills with almost every major cutting edge act in livetronica, bass music, electro, and hip-hop Pretty Lights, Bassnectar, eoto, Caspa, Borgore, Shpongle, just to name a few. In addition, Spankalicious has had several major festival appearances including Sonic Bloom, Bassnectar’s First Bass Center, Wakarusa, Summer Camp, Camp Euforia, and more. In 2012 he made his triumphant return to Summer Camp Music Festival, as well as making his debut at The Manifestation Celebration in Dallas, the inaugural IMPULSE Music Festival in Georgia, and the blowout Camp Bisco XI in upstate NY alongside some of the biggest acts of today. An extensive background in rudimental percussion and drumline allows Spank to read rhythms inside and out and even incorporate live drumming into his sets. With musical influences ranging from the Grateful Dead and Phish to U.G.K. and Three Six Mafia, Spanky has found his niche in his world of Glitchy Hippie Psychedelic Bounce. 2012 was his busiest year to-date. He covered the country with shows and released 3 ep's including the release of two studio albums - Psychedelic Boogaloo Intervention and Higher Expectations. Recently, Spankalicious unveiled his third signature hat from Grassroots California, which was paired with a huge performance at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, Colorado. The fall of 2012 saw the 40+ city Do Magical Things tour which featured more than 40 dates and pairing with acts like EOTO, Archnemesis, Dr. Fameus, Ott, Crizzly, Downlink, Zoogma and the gamut of the top global EDM performers at the inaugural Counterpoint Music Festival in Atlanta, GA. Closing out 2012 strong he will be performing at the Infrasound NYE event in Minneapolis with Eskmo, Feed ME, Heyoka, Zomboy. Also he will be dropping his fifth studio EP "5", as well as the first ever Connector Presents compilation which will mark the announcement of the Connector artist roster for 2013.



:: Bitch Please :: 


Bitch Please is the ghetto glam bastard child of Atlanta based producer Charles F. Moreland III. It was hatched in the backwoods of Kentucky, when Charles wanted to combine his love for Top 40 R&B/Hip Hop mixed with his passion of creating bass driven beats and remixes. Ranging between electro, dubstep, drum n bass and house music, Bitch Please has no problem changing up the tempo several times during a set. The idea of Bitch Please is simple: Stunner shades, champagne flowing, fur coats, and surprise remixes and vocal samples that bring back memories of drinking boxed wine in your car and getting hype to the new Master P track blasting on the radio.

Bitch Please has shared the stage with MiMOSA, Ana Sia, PANTyRAiD, NastyNasty, Flying Lotus, Dark Party, Treasure Fingers, Downlink, Gladkill, Eoto, Eliot Lipp, Nosaj Thing, Ooah (of The Glitch Mob),Bluetech Live Band, Virtual Boy, Evol Intent, Ott, The New Deal, Ep3, Daedelus, Boombox, as well as afterparties for Pretty Lights, Bassnectar, STS9, ect.

:: IRell :: 


Rell started his career as a Dj in summer 2010. Spinning mainly dubstep, he gained attention by keeping the crowds hype and making his sets fun to watch as well as rage to. He is always high energy on stage, going just as hard if not harder than his bass hungry fans. Within months he was sharing the stage with acts such as Excision, Andy C, Downlink, Borgore, Dieselboy, Kraddy, Archnemesis, Mindelixir, Wick-it, Antiserum, Heroes x Villains, Crizzly, Charlie P, Trillbass, Bitch Please, and many others. iRell was recently invited to play at Dayglow, the world's largest paint party. During the summer of 2011, iRell teamed up with Colin Jackson and Jonathan "Oreo" Harris to become the founding fathers of the 1st annual Home Grown Bass Music Campout. Since last year, iRell and others have turned Home Grown into a nationally recognized monster, including free promotions in international magazines and a partnership with national party monsters, Grassroots California. Headliners for Home Grown 2012 featured Evol Intent, Cyberoptics, Nerd Rage, Mantis, Mindelixir, Spankalicious, This is Art, and several others.

:: Moniker :: 


Moniker is the brain-child of Knoxville-based producers Jacob Tullos and Brandon Reid, who have gained a reputation for their high-energy brand of bass music that has been described as "bass-heavy 8-bit funk." Moniker caught the attention of many quickly after their inception in early 2012 for their unique, audience-shaking performances, as well as the release of their debut EP, 'Terminal Velocity.' Moniker is proud to have shared the stage with artists such as Vaski, Cyberoptics, Archnemesis, Fast Nasty, SPEKTR, Spooky Jones, Futexture, Subsurgence, iRell, and FTW. As 2012 comes to a close, Moniker, recently added to the label, "Forward Thinking Sounds," prepares for their second official release, and continually searches for new ways to shake the dancefloor both in the realms of production and performance.