The signature sounds of Bassnectar will fill the walls of Palladium Ballroom next month, when the genre-bending DJ rolls into town on his Divergent Spectrum tour. Joined by Ana Dia and Superdre, the night promises to be a celebration of diverse beats and crowd interaction.
Bassnectar, whose real name is Lorin Ashton, spins everything from dubstep to punk rock remixes. The Santa Cruz-based artist is just as active socially as he is behind the boards, as he's been a longtime supporter of the Concious Alliance, an organization that brings food to the needy.
One of the more popular (and controversial) music acts today, Girl Talk, is coming to Dallas, Texas on the 15th of January. Known for his energetic shows, Gregg Gillis (Girl Talk), is taking his non-stop dance party to the The Palladium Ballroom. Tickets are only 25 dollars.
Gregg Gillis was featured in the 2008 documentary, Rip it!: A Remix Manifesto. In it, Gregg speaks about his views on copyright laws, while also showing off his amazing talents. If you are a fan of Girl Talk, this documentary is a must.