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Fri, Mar 15


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

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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)


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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