Webster Hall continues its colorful Saturday “brite nites” parties with Paper Diamond, Mt Eden, and Candyland all performing this week as part of the Governor’s Ball after party series. This is going to be a night for fans of slower BPMs, with all three headlining acts producing dubstep from mellow to mind-blowing.
Paper Diamond hails from Colorado and signed to Pretty Lights Music in 2010, which gives you an idea of the chill dubstep he plays. Since then, he has played at major festivals including Coachella, Electric Forest, and Electric Zoo. For a taste, check out “Imagine the Possibilities.”
Mt Eden’s first hit “Sierra Leone,” a remix of Freshlyground’s “I’d Like,” went viral on YouTube, racking up views in the millions before the duo had even signed to a label. The Tommie Sunshine & Live City Remix brought them even further onto the music radar. Their tougher, darker sound will be a nice complement to Paper Diamond’s lighter side.
Another duo, Candyland, rounds out the roster. The newcomers from California specialize in catchy remixes and their own brand of earth-shattering dubstep. Their remix of Bingo Players’ “Rattle” won the Beatport vs. Ableton remix contest and energizes this incredibly popular song.
Advance Tickets Remember to bring your Governor’s Ball Ticket or Webster Hall Flyer for Reduced Admission!