VERTEBREAKER TOUR w/ HEROBUST
HeRobust, otherwise known as Hayden Kramer, is an electronic producer from Atlanta, Georgia. In the short, two year existence of HeRobust, Kramer’s hip-hop inspired bass music has quickly garnered the attention of online media giants such as XLR8R, Vice, The New York Times, and Huffington Post. 2012 has seen a relentless release of music from Herobust, one Saturate Records double album “Late Night/Morning After”, the self released “Rob & Hood” ep, a Muti Records release of “Screw Loose” ep, and countless free remixes. The busy release schedule has paid off, getting his tracks played out by the likes of Skrillex and 12th Planet, online support by Mad Decent, and a support tour for Big Gigantic, Gramatik, Opiou and Vibesquad. 2012 was just a jump off for Kramer as 2013 will see tons more music, shows, and genre defying madness from the ever prolific HeRobust.
Voltran is considered as one of Boston’s new rising talents. Heavy basslines and high-energy drops are some of his signature sounds, while seamlessly weaving soundscape upon soundscape. Voltran creates a non stop, unadulterated atmosphere sure to shake the dance floor. With a reputation of dropping heavy beats and technical prowess, he has shared the stage with acts like Zeds Dead, Baauer, Just Blaze, Carnage, Luminox, Grandtheft, Kill the Noise, Borgore, Nadastrom, Doorly, Rustie, Klever, Designer Drugs, Calvetron, AC Slater, Harvard Bass, Flinch, Alvin Risk, Eric Prydz, Tommy Sunshine, Congo Rock, Clockwork, and many more. In 2012, Voltran also had the opportunity of gracing the stage internationally in Bucharest, Romania playing with the Bass Turbat Crew. His versatility shines through having played events like Fantazia, Identity Festival, Together Festival, and Bella Terra just to name a few. On and off the decks he’s always looking to bring something innovative to the table and push the boundaries tastefully into the unknown. 2013 is sure to be a massive year for Voltran. Keep on the look out for Voltran and his new project, ‘Tens Collective’.