Syndicate Ft. Dubloadz & Lumberjvck

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We are the Syndicate: Bringing the sickest bass acts in the world so we can party with like-minded people!

After taking a bit of a breather we're back bigger than ever for 2016, at our new home, Jack Rabbit Slim's!




+ Peter Payne B2B Dubbla, Tomorrow, Banngr


DRESS CODE: Wear what you want. We don't care where you're from or what you look like. You are not welcome if you bring bad vibes.

Tickets on sale 7pm Tuesday December 22nd from

Dubloadz has been a rapidly rising star over the last 2 years, having come out of nowhere to really carve out a niche for his trademark wobbly sound.
Often credited as one of the key artists in turning around the more underground side of Dubstep, Dave Nardolilli has seen a lot of support from key players such as Skrillex, Excision, Datsik, 12th Planet and more, as well as being snapped up by Disciple Recordings along the way.
With collaborations with Trampa, Virtual Riot, and 50 Carrot, remixes for Dodge & Fuski and 12th Planet, and a string of sold out show across North America already under his belt, the pace is building quickly for the LA-based producer.
With tours across Australia and New Zealand kicking off 2016, Dubloadz is just starting to come into his element.

Connor Schatzel, aka LUMBERJVCK is from Arcadia, CA. He is a musical perfectionist, having mastered the guitar, piano, and drums at a young age.
To hone his skills as a producer, Connor attended the Icon Collective Music Production School in Burbank, CA. As his music career continued to progress, he won the EDC Chicago Discovery Project in 2013 as well as making a cameo appearance in Borgore's UZA music video. LUMBERJVCK started making a name for himself through his free but extremely filthy trap & dubstep releases on Those releases built his fan base and eventually started the JVCKSQUAD, LUMBERJVCK's core fans.
One of his most successful tunes to date, “Click Clvck,” made its way around the world with Skrillex on his 2014 mothership tour giving him the exposure that he has dreamed of. 2014 was an outstanding year for this rapidly emerging producer highlighted by his EP release JVCKWOOD on Rottun Recordings. JVCKWOOD went to #3 on Beatport’s Hip-Hop/Trap charts as well a #5 on the Dubstep charts. LUMBERJVCK quickly followed with new releases on Figure’s Doom Music Records and Kannibalen Records. If early 2015 is any indication this will be a huge year for this 21 year old producer. You can expect to see more than one EP from him this year on some of the most respected trap & dubstep labels.
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By: The Syndicate