USC Events & Foundation Nightclub Present SUBstance Wednesdays: SUB FOCUS Torus North American Tour with special guests DELTA HEAVY
SUBstance Wednesdays drink specials:
50% off standard tableside bottle service rates (select brands).
$6 wells all night.
$3 Rolling Rock Tall Boys before 11pm.
Constantly evolving, spawning new sub-genres, and reaching into uncharted depths of the frequency range; bass music has been ingrained in the Seattle scene for well over two decades. Join us every Wednesday as we fuse the sounds of Dubstep, Drum and Bass, Trap, Moombahton, Glitch Hop, Drumstep, and everything in between to write the next chapter in this region’s bass music saga. No frills, no fluff, just industry champions and dedicated locals pushing our sound system to its limits every week. This is SUBstance.
About SUB FOCUS:
From his beginnings as a bedroom DJ five years ago, to headlining the Glade stage at Glastonbury in 2010, Nick Douwma, better known as Sub Focus, has become one of the most interesting, innovative and important voices working in British electronic music today. Douwma has created compositions for Chase & Status (Flashing Lights) and Example (Kickstarts), remixed The Prodigy, Deadmau5 and Dizzee Rascal, while his own tracks (including Airplane, X-Ray, Rock It, Could This Be Real) have won Sub Focus fans in the form of Zane Lowe, Annie Mac, Grooverider and Mistajam. As a DJ, Douwma has played at every major club night and festival around the world, with the recent EDC in Las Vegas helping to push his US profile exponentially. Since his beginnings as a Jungle DJ, to becoming one of Bass music's key composers, Sub Focus has cemented his status as a forward-thinking creator with an incredible cannon of compositions. Refusing to be stuck within one genre, Sub Focus has ventured far and wide around the world of dance music. If it has bass and a hard-hitting hook, he’s on it. While his music has huge mainstream potential, he’s wary of playing to the crowd purely for pop star status. Like his contemporaries Nero, Skream & Benga and Chase & Status, he strives to stay true to his musical roots. Wary of doing anything too obvious, he explores the line between being popular without trying to court the commercial. With the entire worlds increasing obsession with electronic music, the year 2013 looks very bright for this rising star of Drum & Bass. Join us on a very special edition of SUBstance Wednesdays as we welcome the one and only Sub Focus to Foundation.