FLUX March 22 – Camp Lamp Takeover f. Havok, Mike Skillz, FiG, pr0n

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FLUX is back, and this time Camp Lamp is taking over! That’s right, Lamp has seized control of the booty-shaking bass lines, and is holding the main room hostage this month.

So come on down and support Lamp’s first ever public event, and help us raise money for our theme camp’s return to Firefly and Burning Man in 2014!

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Synergy/Snap Music [NY]
One of the original electro house dj’s on the east coast, Havok has been rocking dance floors throughout the nation since the late 90′s. Bass boss at Snap Music, he’s been signing some of the hottest young producers out, as well as pushing the Melbourne bounce sound in the United States. As a producer, things are just heating up. Already a Beatport “top 100″ artist, Havok has a ton of new releases for 2014 including his licensed remakes of Nina Simone’s “Feeling Good” and Deborah Cox’s “Something Happened on the Way to Heaven”.


Morlock Musik/CybergrooveAM.com/Fokus.fm [MA]
Mike Skillz is the tsunami of the dubstep movement in New England, and the wreckage is still being calculated. He has been spinning for 15 years, and has been pushing his unique style for decades. His fantastic abilities as a selector and DJ have propelled him into events across the USA. He has the ability to dominate genres (Filthy Dubstep, Chilled Dubstep, Fidget/Bassline, Garage, HardCore, DnB), rock dance-floors, electrify every crowd, and keep them banging for more. His progressive controllerism and old school vinyl roots bring a special taste to every eardrum. Mike Skillz is a proud member of DJ Venom’s label “Morlock Music”, “Audio Infantry”, and half of the amazing contingent “Binary Beatdown”. When Mike Skillz steps up to the decks, worlds are destroyed.


Tight Crew/Sonic Beating/Camp Lamp [Boston, MA]
In his long tenure of service to the Northeast’s electronic dance music scene, FiG has done it all! He has been featured at many of the region’s most memorable festivals, raves, weeklies, and club nights from Maine to Pennsylvania and all points in between. Recognized by many as one of the area’s top breakbeat dj’s, FiG has been called upon to open for such industry legends as Adam Freeland, Uberzone, and the Bassbin Twins. Alongside his longtime dj partner and friend DJ Soappy, the widely acclaimed breakbeat duo known as Big n’ Dope has been featured to open for the likes of Krafty Kuts, Pendulum, The Freestylers, and Netsky. Even after so many years now, FiG continues to rock dance floors with his high energy styling, from the most intimate of loft parties to the region’s best raves and festivals, and he wouldn’t have it any other way!


Fractal Tribe/Camp Lamp [Springfield, MA]
DJ pr0n made his first entry in 2003, and from that point on he has been playing venues across New England, showcasing a diverse range of electronic dance music. He demonstrates extreme flexibility with his genre selection, from funky tech house to mind expanding psytrance, grimey hard dance, and atmospheric drum’n'bass. pr0n’s style is characterized by long blends, fresh track selections, and catchy tunes. His mixes are designed to entertain your mind and body and to uplift your soul, featuring themes that help to encapsulate the essence of a set.

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Sonic Beating [Boston, MA]


Sonic Beating [Boston, MA]


CSC, Sweetshop [Boston, MA]

March 22, 2014
10PM – 2 AM
21+ W/ ID
$10 before 11pm / $15 after 11pm
1254 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02215