There are so many amazing parties in Austin this week and I will be at as many of them as possible. Make sure to RSVP while you still can for this (I got a +10 just in case). All kinds of info below. See you there.


Hydrive Shows Presents:
‘Drive The Noize’ SXSW 2015 Showcase
Hydrive Shows is proud to present our 4th annual SXSW showcase, March 21, at Crave Restaurant from 12:00 p.m to 8:00 p.m. After a long week, come kick back and rehydrate!
Hydrive is a grassroots organization of fans who decided the best way to see shows was to throw their own. Founded in 2012, Hydrive has grown to be one of the most prominent promotion companies in the Twin Cities area and has presented more than 60 national headliners. With a dedicated and passionate team, we help brands and artists acquire the buzz they crave.
CRAVE Restaurant was built out of a passion to create a dining experience unlike any other. A dining experience where quality, local and regionally sourced food, chic atmosphere, and diverse choices offer guests the opportunity to create their own unforgettable dining experience. The energy of the restaurant is all encompassing–the buzz of guests and staff, the warm and open design, the modern sushi bar, the fresh spin on American cuisine with seasonality, and the sense of discovery around every corner.
This is an unofficial SXSW Showcase. Attendees should RSVP for the showcase in order to be admitted. Entrance is FREE of charge – RSVP does not guarantee entrance. Performance starts at 12:00 p.m.
Drive The Noize Flyer
Artwork by RGNickMagic

Performing Artists

Boombox Cartel (Los Angeles, CA) – Residing in Los Angeles, Mexico-born artists Americo Garcia and Jorge Medina have built a name for themselves as a “must watch”, highly talented, up-and-coming duo. Having an incredibly diverse musical background, Boombox Cartel combines their love and knowledge of music with an innovative and unique sound.

Different Sleep (Chicago, IL) – Blending elements of hip-hop, r&b, trance and juke Different Sleep is turning heads all over the Internet with his steady stream of new tracks and remixes. Different Sleep has received critical acclaim from online publications such as XLR8R, The Fader, and Pitchfork as well as airplay on BBC Radio 1 via acts as diverse as Ryan Hemsworth and Flosstradamus, and has contributed remixes to labels such as OWSLA, Symbols, and West In Dust. Different Sleep’s career has now come full circle, with an EP due on Friends of Friends this Spring.

Jai Wolf (New York, NY) – Mixing a unique future sound with hip-hop and pop elements, Jai Wolf is gaining the attention of fans and influential musicians alike. After Skrillex saw a tweet containing Sajeeb’s bootleg of his hit song, “Ease My Mind,” he immediately signed the remix. Since, Jai has done official work for Alesso, Dirty South, Melanie Martinez, Odesza and more.

Promnite (New York, NY) – If you’re up for some sexually-charged, sensual production, this is your dude. It’s no mistake that producer Promnite released his first 10-track mixtape, Love Songs For What? on Valentines Day. As one fourth of the new Los Angeles based collective Athletixx, Promnite has many exciting surprises on the horizon, including collaborations with Alizzz, Mr Carmack, Falcons and more.

Pusher (Toronto, Canada) – From Toronto, Canada, ‘Pusher’ blends styles and sounds spanning much of electronic music and extending back into older styles of Rock, Jazz, Classical, and beyond to connect to the ageless human musical condition.

Vaski (Minneapolis, MN) – Vaski is the young Beatport chart-topping, Minneapolis-based producer known for his previous releases on Excision’s Rottun Recordings. He got his foot in the door with Dubstep, but now his sound has become so much more. His early influences ranged from everything to metalcore, indie, and hip-hop. Vaski’s latest work, the ‘Explorer’ EP features him exploring more electro-house and hiphop sounds, while maintaining the hardcore sound he’s known for. He has toured over three continents and his sound has been heard throughout the world. His tracks have gotten regular support from names like Excision, Flux Pavilion, 12th Planet, Diplo, Rusko, Nero, and Kill the Noise.

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