“What’s the best way to listen to underground bass music? In an underground venue.”
On Friday, March 30th, you may find yourself out for a night of diverse bass music from South Carolina’s own Wavecraft Collective. Wavecraft Collective is truly growing in diversity, professionalism, and presence. In partnership with the Space Hall of Columbia and Tapp’s Arts Center, Wavecraft Collective Presents: Live from the Underground.
$7 online and at the door
1 – 2AM
Houman (Myrtle Beach, SC)
Bringing a heavier hip-hop influence, Houman brings about a confident, hard-hitting grime to the speakers to properly close out the night.
12 – 1AM
Ghost Litter (Greenville, SC)
Young Ghost brings an adept, effortlessly heavy set to the roster, one you’ll absolutely find yourself singing along with.
11 – 12AM
Fryar (Myrtle Beach, SC)
The boy Fryar is an unstoppable machine; citing multiple collaborations and a massive sound, Fryar posts a heavy and melodic presence undeniably solid.
10:15 – 11PM
Sicknanders (Columbia, SC)
Keyboardist and boy wizard Sicknanders introduces the witching hour with a groove. Classic R&B favorites highlight the breaks between a variety of genres and grimy sounds.
9:30 – 10:15PM
Greyze (Charleston, SC)
Greyze is on a war-path to your heart with a set consisting of quality dubstep selects and professional flow.
9 – 9:30PM
Sklurbz (Columbia, SC)
Raw and sweet, Sklurbz kicks the night off with a dive into the more crispy, experimental side of bass.