2017-05-27T18:01:28-04:00 2017-05-27T18:16:32-04:00

SKINS Party in Montreal sees SKisM, Dr. Ozi, Space Laces, & Extra Terra in one night

The SKINS Parties in Montreal hit their 15th anniversary and are having a big party bringing in a series of filthy bass artists from Never Say Die Records. The event is organized by Big Tooth Records, Skins Parties, Mess With the Best, and the just announced venue at Centre Bruxelles. The event stretches from 10pm to 6am, with several rooms, live music, and visual arts. You can check out the event here on the Facebook event and see a map of the location below.   

SKisM is a bass legend for his years in the game based in London having led with a uniquely gritty style during an age of over-saturation in the dubstep scene. His ability to stay centered in the bass world has kept him relevant in the industry and popular among his peers. Unfortunately, Trampa is unable to come tonight due to an ear infection, but SKisM will surely deliver even by himself.  

SPACE LACES brings his heavy shaking style of dubstep to the event as well with an impressive amount of subtle references. Having worked with Destroid and several west coast producers in the bass scene, Space Laces is sure to make a good appearance at night.   

Dr. Ozi hails from Toronto and showcases a cooler side of the bass scene growing in southern Ontario. With releases on Buygore, Firepower, and Uplink Audio, Dr. Ozi has established a solid place in the Canadian market for hard electronic sounds.

Other local support includes Traxx, QUIET, Grendell Killer, and SUBstance

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Connect with SPACE LACES: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter 
Connect with Dr. Ozi: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter 

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