EDM Extravaganza

Categories:  Music    Events
Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015 at 11:15 AM
EDM Extravaganza by Ryan Smith
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An all-awesome, all-ages, all-live EDM extravaganza is dropping hard at Basement Transmissions this month.

Hosted by Gem City-based EDM production company AFTRMrKT Records, After Hours is bringing electronic dance music into the Basement on Sept. 5, featuring live DJ sets from local genre-blending artist NatasK and other percussion-pushing notables from all around the region, including TREEZ, DJ C, and Bass Bandage.

AFTRMrKT recently started posting a series of sweet short-performance videos featuring some of the artists who will be doing their things at After Hours, so check its Facebook page to get a taste or two of what’s in store.

And, from there, come to the all-ages, drug/alcohol/drama-free venue ready to be cool, get loose, and get down to the thump. – Ryan Smith

9 p.m. // 145 W. 11th St. // facebook.com/AFTRMrKT Records

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