Skism at Middle East | Cambridge, MA | February 16th, 2017


  • Date:Thursday, February 16, 2017
  • Venue:Middle East
  • Address:472 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139
  • Age:18+
  • Artists:Skism, Trampa, TrollPhace, Uncle Bob
  • Promoters:NV Concepts, Rezinate
  • Time:9:00 PM


Since blasting onto the Dubstep scene in 2009, SKisM has gone from strength to strength and has established himself as a major player in the global bass music scene.

Known amongst his peers as the ‘DJs DJ’, SKisM’s technical prowess and energy on his multi deck setup has gained him notoriety as one of the busiest and most electrifying mixers on the circuit, and having toured Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Europe, America and more – the word is spreading like wildfire.

Production wise, SKisM has worked with, and remixed, some of the biggest names in the business with his music racking up over 6 million views on Youtube. His collaboration with Canada’s Excision (‘sEXisM’) was one the top selling tracks on his Mau5trap Album and was featured in the trailer for blockbuster movie ‘Act of Valor’. He topped the chart with Flux Pavilion & Foreign Beggars on ‘Jump Back’, with a further beatport number one with ‘Like This’ featuring Virus Syndicate, both of which worked their way into the DJ boxes of the elite. Everything SKisM has ever released has hit Top Ten. He was also privileged to be featured on the first ever release on Skrillex’s OWSLA imprint with his reworking of Porter Robinson’s ‘The State’.

As co-owner and A&R of one of the most prolific labels in electronic music today, Never Say Die Records, SKisM has had a hand in bringing some of the freshest music to the masses, constantly championing the sounds of the acts on the label such as Zomboy, Dodge & Fuski, 501 & Eptic.

SKisM was also at the helm of the Never Say Die Compilation albumwhich was released in mAY 2012 in association with bass music powerhouse UKF, a comiplation which he will be touring thrugh to 2013.


TrollPhace, aka Damon Orienti, has quickly established himself as one of the filthiest and most violent producers in the game. Too complex to be qualified simply as Dubstep, his evil and aggressive sound makes run-of-the-mill bass music appear mild-mannered at worst.

Proving to be a momentous year, in 2014 the Atlanta-based producer has already enjoyed: a Reddit shoutout from Skrillex, who instructed fans to, ‘Check out this kid…making SICK tunes’, a Main Stage appearance at Ultra Music Festival alongside Diplo and Skrillex as Jack U and an OWSLA release. Not to mention the attention TrollPhace has received from some of the industry’s heaviest hitters including 12th Planet, Zed’s Dead and Datsik.

More than a filthy producer, TrollPhace is a monster behind the decks. His ground-shaking sets seem to beg the question, how violent can we get? Blending together his unique hip-hop influenced and aggressive tracks, TrollPhace leaves crowds begging for more. With a nationwide tour alongside Mantis and Rekoil getting underway and a number of raw and heavy unheard tracks in his arsenal, TrollPhace will without a doubt continue to prove the substance behind his monstrous reputation.

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