Deadbeats Goes Off the Deep End Rocked our Last Weekend of 2017

January 4, 2018 -

Damask Schantz

New Year’s weekend in New York City was a doozy. Friday night kicked off the weekend hard with Deadbeats Goes Off the Deep End Party. The show had an incredible line- up that included Zomboy, Mija, Bro Safari, GG Magree and Zeds Dead who played by themselves as well as a b2b with JAUZ. Mija absolutely killed it with her upbeat first half that dropped into some real wompy bangers midway. Zeds Dead may have threw down the best set of the year, according to many of the attendees, and no one was left disappointed.

The weekend was beyond cold but that didn’t stop thousands of music lovers to converge on the Bronx for an epic night of bangers and dancing. The multi-level New York Expo Center boasted one huge stage with awesome visuals and surprisingly amazing sound. The venue stayed warm while party-goers reflected on the final days of 2017. It was a reunion for the bass music scene in New York and a wonderful party that will not be forgotten easily. A big thank you to RPM and Big Week NYC who were behind the production of this warehouse event. We can’t wait to see what is in store for 2018!


Photo courtesy of RPM Presents

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