Audiophile Entertainment and CEG Events present Madeaux & Strange Club! April 28th at Hawaiian Brians. TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
The pseudonym for Miami-born, L.A.-based artist Andrew Berman, Madeaux has developed a reputation in the electronic community for his ever-evolving and uncompromising innovation. Madeaux has been featured on BBC Radio 1Xtra, Ministry of Sound, Billboard as “Top Artists to watch in 2016” and a plethora of other major publications. The success of "Love the Machine" EP garnered the support of several notable artists including Salva, Wave Racer, Ryan Hemsworth, and A-Trak leading to the subsequent signing of the New Wav EP to Fool’s Gold Records. "New Wave” brought together influences from Miami bass, left-field trap music while wrapped up in effervescent production, and toped off with vocals that were largely inspired by R&B artists from decades past such as Aaliyah and Ashanti. Madeaux explains, “It's so much more than EDM—it's an anthology of style with an ultramodern paint job rendered in 1080p." Madeaux has had a string of successful releases on Fool’s Gold Records, CR2, Record Record, Mau5trap, Dim Mak Records and a forthcoming collaborative EP with rising rapper Manman Savage. Madeaux’s debut album Burn, out January 19, has been two years in the making and is viewed by the LA-based producer as a “self-actualization instruction manual”: a transformational journey of striving to make timeless music in “an era where everyone likes, follows and views everything, yet values nothing.” The 12-track LP is a journey into Madeaux’s varied influences and interests melding muscular, bass-driven riffs and heady electronics with twisted collaborations from a host of guest artists including WILLS, Poter Elvinger, Zuse, Tommy Lee Sparta, OG Maco, Josh Pan, Fifi Ron and Holly.
Strange Club is you, it's us, it's far reaching and filled with creators. You don't get to the top by yourself, join the club.
Downtown Los Angeles is where Strange Club originated. Everything the guys create is a reflection of the rawness and realness of their surroundings.
Greg Gonzalez is a multi-instrumentalist from San Francisco. He learned piano and guitar as a youth and began producing hip-hop music in high school. Aside from music Greg is also very
passionate about building brands, and is the co-founder and creative director for the skin care company Youth To The People.
Sabastion Kimmel grew up in California but his career in music led him to New York City. There he began producing events, DJ’ing, and managing artists on his indie record label. His passion
for artist development and brands landed him in Los Angeles.
Jeremiah Flaherty is originally from Chicago and spent his childhood watching and learning from the legends of Chicago’s early underground house movement. When he’s not designing studios
for other artists, you can find him in his own lair tweaking knobs and programming beats on his collection of old school analog gear.
The key hole represents an opportunity to open up new doors. Regardless of who you are, or where you’re from, our goal is to create an army who believes the sky is the limit.
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Tier 1: $10
✯$5 off GA when you show your LED Gloves at the door✯
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Hawaiian Brians | April 28, 2018
18+ to dance, 21+ to drink
No re-entry for those under 21
1680 Kapiolani Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96814
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Audiophile Entertainment / Rave Rock Hawaii