With the EDM music genre growing at alarming rates, both in number of producers/DJs and fans, it’s easy to get lost in a crowd and can be hard to break into the business as an aspiring EDM musician. That’s why we appreciate the fact that USC Events features local artists in many of their lineups. Washingtonian Beauflexx, will be at Resolution 2014 this year and we’re stoked about it.
Originally from Seattle, Beauflexx is now a Spokane resident and started playing shows at the age of 17. Specializing in moombahton, dubstep and trap, the DJ draws inspiration from Diplo, Bro Safari and Borgore. His music described as “eargasmic bass,” Beauflexx also pulls from his 80’s childhood and the break beats, hip hop and funk that came from that era.
Now a seasoned DJ with over a decade of live performances in the northwest, Beauflexx has earned awards in Spokane as best DJ for multiple years. Beauflexx has worked alongside USC Events on multiple projects but is usually found at The Knitting Factory in Spokane.
If you’re planning on attending Resolution this year, be sure to take note of the local talent. Win tickets by entering into our live on-air drawing on December 20. Check out our blog and Facebook events page for details on how to win tickets to the biggest New Year’s Party in Washington state.
Some people want to lose weight, some people want to break a bad habit and others just want to get plurnt. USC Events is making the latter resolution easy with Resolution 2014. A lineup of over 15 artists, the EDM extravaganza looks to continue its tradition of being the biggest party in Washington state this New Year’s.
Everyone is obviously stoked for headliners Knife Party and Above & Beyond, but there are a few other artists on the playbill The ‘Burg is particularly excited about.
Figure is the poster child for making your way through the ranks of EDM. Making a name for himself in the American dream fashion, Figure, aka Josh Gard, is originally from a small town in Indiana and has gradually gone from traditional DJ techniques of scratching vinyl to dubstep production. When asked in an interview with SimplyGigantic.com if he thinks DJs make better producers he had to admit that if you do one it will help with the other, and we agree.
Electrohouse DJ, Lazy Rich (Richard Billis), is a Canadian import who has caught our attention. Influenced by Wolfgang Gartner, Deadmau5 and Zero 7, the man claims to have a hankering for evil sounding music as opposed to the bright and fluffy. His career on the rise, Lazy Rich has worked with Deadmau5, Lady GaGa, Fatboy Slim and many more on remixes and other projects. Lazy Rich isn’t stopping anytime soon and we’re glad he isn’t.
It isn’t common to see female producers in the EDM scene. It’s even less common to see twins. NERVO is truly a breath of fresh air. Talented, sexy and blonde, they may just be on their way to becoming EDM icons. Originally songwriters for stars like Ke$ha and the Pussycat Dolls, twins Mim and Liv co-wrote “When Love Takes Over” by David Guetta and Kelly Rowland. The Australian born NERVO twins are now COVERGIRLS and have had quite the year in 2013. It will be hard to top their success in 2014 but Resolution will be a great way to start trying.
The ‘Burg is giving away multiple pairs of tickets to Resolution 2014. Listen between 10 and midnight tomorrow (12/6) for a shot at winning. Check out our Resolution Ticket Giveaway Blog and Facebook event for details on how you can be entered into a Resolution ticket drawing.
Read on to see how you can be entered to win a pair of tickets to Resolution via a live on-air drawing on December 20th!
88.1 The ‘Burg will be posting Facebook “statuses” related to Resolution 2014 throughout December. Participants in the competition can share a Resolution-related status for entry into a drawing for one pair of Resolution 2014 tickets. Those who share our status must use #881theburg and #givemetix in their shared post in order to be entered in the drawing. Each additional share equals an additional entry into the drawing. Participants can share a single status up to five times for a total of five entries into the drawing per status. Total entries based off of Facebook shares cannot exceed 15.
Participants can also “retweet” a Resolution related Twitter post made by official 88.1 The ‘Burg Twitter page (@881theburgkcwu) for a maximum of three extra entries. Participants can only retweet a single status once and must use #881theburg and #givemetix to be entered. No more entries can be made after 1 p.m. pacific time on Thursday, December 2013.
Chris the Producer will draw a name at random out of a box on Electropolis, Friday, December 20 2014, between 10 p.m. and midnight pacific time. Participants must be listening to the show in order to win. Once Chris announces the winner, that winner will have ten minutes to call the request line and claim the tickets. The call number will be announced by Chris at least two times after the name is drawn. If the winner doesn’t call within the allotted time, Chris will draw another name and so on, until a winner calls in.
Facebook: Maximum five shares/entries per status, up to 15 total Facebook entries into raffle.
Twitter: Maximum one retweet/entry per post, up to 5 total Twitter entries into raffle.
Total possible entries in raffle: 20
Must listen to win
Must claim tickets within ten minutes of name being announced
Must #881theburg and #givemetix
Winner wins one pair of resolution 2013 hard tickets
* The ‘Burg will be giving away more than one pair of tickets to Resolution on-air at other times, outside of the raffle.These giveaways will be advertised in our blog and other social media.
Email Connie Morgan, Brand Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Disclaimer for Resolution Ticket Giveaways The following personnel are not eligible to win prizes from The ‘Burg, unless the contributor has furnished expressed written permission to the General Manager authorizing such personnel to be eligible prize recipients:
1) Volunteer and paid staff of the radio station 2) Relatives of the DJ or staff member giving away prize 3) Roommates (anyone residing in the immediate household) of volunteer or paid staff giving away prize 4) Significant others (boyfriends or girlfriends) of volunteer or paid staff giving away the prize
*88.1 The ‘Burg reserves the right to refuse prizes to winners.