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Wax Future & Brightside

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Wax Future & Brightside at Sprout Music Collective!!!

Local support provided by: backpack, XL, and Dexter Rutecki (SPECIAL GUESTS TBA)

** No guaranteed re-entry, contingent on capacity **

DOORS at 8:00PM !!

Wax Future

A duo by the name of Wax Future has been captivating listeners with a refined funk drenched, hip-hop driven sound. In 2016 they dropped their 2nd EP with Adapted Records titled “Make Me Feel Again” which takes listeners on a immersive musical journey, blurring the boundaries of genre. Tracks like Grime Piece showcase the advanced sample collaging and production techniques of producer Connor Hansell paired with the guitar mastery of Keith Wadsworth, while tracks like “A Long Journey Into Night” showcase the storytelling and songwriting that Wax Future has come to be known for. Wax Future’s sophomore release opened up big doors for them as they began to take the national stage with opening support slots with artists like Big Gigantic, Opiuo, Pretty Lights, Tipper and more.

The Philadelphia Duo has cultivated a dedicated and loyal fan base, that has been self proclaimed with the name “Wax Mob”. The Mob brings the same passion to the dance floor that Wax brings to the stage, and they are known to tenaciously represent Wax Future. When performing live the duo also feature’s the visual artistry of Jamal Rab, who brings yet a deeper level of sensory enjoyment, creating a ethereal and captivating visual experience, with touches of live recorded footage and vintage analogue style FX.

2017 Has brought the Philadelphia duo even further success. They kicked things off with a sold out show in New Orleans and a Performance at the At Pretty Lights New Years Eve Episodic Festival VIP Mansion. From there they launched into a festival filled summer taking the stage at Elements, Big Dub, Dreamscape, and Camp Bisco, alongside of some of the biggest names in the game. In addition, their single “Cenote” has reached over 250,000 plays on Spotify. Wax Future has huge winter approaching with a release schedule of multiple singles, as they gear up to release a new EP in early 2018.


For 25 year old native Queens producer Eric Tully aka Brightside, it's not just about the music - it's about a movement. His vision is to produce auditory art that brings people together and creates a sense of community. Brightside occupies a predominantly mid-tempo realm, while drawing openly from all ends of the spectrum. The project samples an eclectic cross-section of sound from around the world, creating psychedelic bass music incorporating Middle Eastern, Asian, Rock, Hip-Hop, Reggae, and electronic influences.

Having established deep roots in the national bass music circuit, Brightside’s production & live performance have seen him open up for the likes of EPROM, G Jones, The Gaslamp Killer, TRUTH, Ganja White Night, Space Jesus, Break Science, Tsuruda, Thriftworks, ill.Gates, The Opiuo Band, The Librarian & Yheti, as well as earned him standout sets at festivals around the country including Camp Bisco, Infrasound, Gathering of the Vibes, Minus Zero, Future Forest (CA), Pass The Good, Fractal Beach, and many more.

Brightside has been featured on The Untz, LostInSound, RaverRafting, and most recently put out a brand new all-original mix with Portland-based Beat Lab Radio.




Dexter Rutecki