Arcane Records Takes Off At Los Globos This Sunday

September 25, 2015 -

Jacob Piotrowski

With the recent explosion of bass music across all styles and genres of music, we have been able to witness the rise of many underground labels and promotion companies that came to fulfill this high demand. While many of them do a great job of discovering the next up and coming bass producers or putting together amazing dubstep nights, they were missing the community feeling that really brings like-minded people together. This is where Arcane Records stood out to me.

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Arcane is not only a talent agency, but also an up and coming bass music record label whose goal is to nurture each artists’ creativity and develop their careers. While there are many music collectives out there that share similar goals, Arcane takes it to the next level. They do so by not only focusing on a single sound, but rather looking for ways to blend the creativity of the artist with Arcane’s vision. Arcane is looking to be more than your average label by being a company that works specifically for artists to cultivate an environment for the next generation of forward-thinking producers to grow into their fullest potential.

"Don't be afraid to be yourself and be creative." - Daniel Bisbing (Co-Founder of Arcane Records)

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This brings us to Arcane Record’s Launch Party going down this Sunday at Los Globos. Arcane is ready to show you that they are the punk rock of bass music by showcasing their unique approach in such a way that no one else could replicate.This Sunday’s event features heavy hitting dubstep artists like Aweminus and future trap producers like Hush, along with a special guest to properly launch the label. Along with this launch party and their upcoming shows, Arcane’s goal is to create an inspiring environment for people to be creative with their own art while also keeping the event low cost, so that everyone can come out to enjoy their movement. The basis for this comes from Arcane Founders, Daniel Bisbing and Salar Saedi, who said that they paid to go to shows at a young age of 16, when they had no money, like most teenagers do, but for the love of music they made it happen. Because of this he wants to share this kind of experience with others who may not have the luxury of shelling out hundreds for festival tickets. Therefore, Arcane is creating a positive environment to share the music that they truly believe in because it is not about artists that have huge numbers, it is about forward thinking and creative artists.

Doors open at 9pm, so get there early because this place is going to be packed!

18+ $5 / 21+ Free

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