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Walter Where?House

The Glitch Mob + Ivy Lab

Walter Productions x idgaFNK + Lyny Thursday March 7 / 8pm - 12am / 21+ General on sale Friday Feb 9th

The Glitch Mob + Ivy Lab
The Glitch Mob + Ivy Lab

Time & Location

Mar 15, 2024, 9:00 PM – Mar 16, 2024, 2:00 AM

Walter Where?House, 702 N 21st Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85009, USA

About The Event

Walter x idgaFNK x all the people present:

The Glitch Mob w. Ivy Lab (DJ set)

+ Arietta

+ Mahsiv

Friday March 15 / 9pm - 2am / 21+

Walter Where?House (702 N. 21st Ave, Phx)

ON SALE FRIDAY FEB 9 AT 10AM.

The Glitch Mob

The Glitch Mob, comprised of Ed Ma (edIT) and Josh Mayer (Ooah) continue forward in 2023. Based in Los Angeles, they came together around 2006, through a mutual love of underground rave culture.

Their first three albums — Drink the Sea, Love Death Immortality, and See Without Eyes — took them on a decade long adventure of headline shows and massive festival stages across the globe, leading the charge with high-end production.

Always determined to evolve, innovate, and experiment, The Glitch Mob have returned to the underground with their album Ctrl Alt Reality, which is a love letter to rave culture. From the music to their live shows, this new era centers around community, authenticity, immersion, and most of all — connection to the culture that brought them together.

Ivy Lab

Highly sought-after London outfit, Ivy Lab, collided together in 2012 out of a shared enthusiasm for experimentation in the UK bass music scene. The duo has marked their territory where leftfield bass and halftime meet hip-hop — a neighborhood characterized by the coalescences of both Los Angeles and London. In an effort to further invest in the emergence of their sound, Ivy Lab launched their 20/20 LDN imprint, which houses and supports hip-hop infused abstractions.

The 2018 release of their debut album, Death Don't Always Taste Good, launched with single "Cake," a now scene staple. Soon followed the release of the 2019 festival anthem, "Orange," a collaborative effort with Two Fingers. With an ever-growing loyal audience in North America and 2 long-form dancefloor orientated projects behind them, Ivy Lab created space to experiment with more subdued productions. Throughout the latter of 2020, they delivered a string of EP releases: Fidget, Teacup, and Blonde, which broadcasted a more minimal expression of the duo. And now, their 2021 EP, Everythingmustchange, has proven that Ivy Lab will continue to break the mold by doubling down on under-produced minimalistic bass.

Approaching their post-lockdown debut in the states, Ivy Lab heads into their upcoming shows and festival slots with an anchored presence in the bass scene and a notable reputation as 20/20 LDN label bosses

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