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Envisioned Arts ATL Presents: Whitebear + BogTroTTeR
Friday November 9 @ 9:30 pm - Saturday November 10 @ 2:00 am
Genre: Multi-genre bass music
Tickets: *Limited* Early Bird @ $15.00 // Tickets: $18.00
Show: 9:30PM (Doors: 9PM)
Arthur Song has graced festivals all around the world including: Oregon Eclipse Festival 2017 (USA), Motion Notion Festival (CA), Boom Festival 2016 (POR); Freqs of Nature Festival (GER); S.U.N Festival (HUN); Rainbow Serpent Festival (AU); Total Solar Eclipse 2012; Lost Theory Festival (CRO); Midnight Sun Festival (NOR); Momento Demento Festival (CRO); Twisted Frequency (NZ); Envision Festival (Costa Rica); Ometeotl Festival (MEX); Sonic Bloom (USA); Enchanted Forest (USA); Shambhala Music Festival (CAN); Belantara Gathering (MAS) along with numerous other club gigs notably a headlining set at Alex Grey’s Chapel of Sacred Mirrors.�
Pioneering a new breed of progressive electronica, Arthur is at the forefront of this hybrid monster. His own unique brand of slow and low bass music is guaranteed to get any dancefloor moving.
The Minneapolis native BogTroTTeR has set roots in Denver and has been melting crowds throughout United States, Australia, and Canada since 2009. Through complex percussions and growling rhythms, BogTroTTeR’s diverse collage of original compositions challenges the scope of modern day psychedelic bass music. His sound pushes the limits through his own unique mixture of glitch-hop, breakbeats, and psy-bass with a dark, swampy twist. Murky bass lines and terrestrial synthesizers are just a few things contributing to the lustrous sound field amalgamated by BogTroTTeR.
He has quickly become a favorite at festivals such as Infrasound, Lucidity and last years’ Tipper and Friends’ Full Moon Gathering; inspiring a myriad of listeners to tread deep into his sound field, united by lustrous melodies.
BogTroTTeR has six releases creating complex terrestrial soundscapes on legendary Shanti Planti, Merkaba, and Addictech Records.
“Bogtrotter’s sound is a complex sculpture of professional disorientation, flooding your eardrums with endless undulating vocal synths that span a range of textures from warm to scratchy to buzzy to melty to chirpy in an intentional cacophony of bubbling audio characters” – LostinSound