USC Events & Foundation Nightclub Present Resonate Fridays: The M Machine Local Support: Darrius, Power Up, Desolation Sound Purchase advance discount admission here: http://www.ticketfly.com/event/775341 Limited VIP Tables Available. Submit your request online: http://www.foundation-nightclub.com/reservations Resonate Fridays drink specials: $5 Absolut Vodka until 11pm. Ask about our bottle specials on Absolut Vodka. Fuzzyheaded and disheveled, you wake up the next morning with confetti in your pockets and scattered down your hallway. Yep! It’s the mark of Resonate Fridays at Foundation Nightclub. It comes down to one thing: EDM is the ultimate party music. High-energy beats combine with funk-fueled basslines to create the perfect soundtrack for an unforgettable night out. Join us each week for Resonate Fridays as we inject the newest Electro, Funky Breaks, Big Room House, and Bass Music to create an unrivaled party experience. Friday nights in Belltown are about to be turned up to 11, so prepare to walk away each week saying one thing: “Best. Night. Ever.” Friday, February 27th / 21+ / 9PM-2AM Set Times: 9:00 - 10:15 = Desolation Sound 10:15 - 11:15 = Power Up 11:15 - 12:15 = Darrius 12:15 - 1:45 = The M Machine Foundation Nightclub is a world-class establishment. Please dress to impress. -No athletic apparel. -No baseball hats or beanies. -No sandals or flip-flops. Tennis shoes are OK. -No shorts. -No excessively baggy clothing. -No LED lights or glow products. Foundation Nightclub 2218 Western Ave Seattle, WA Awards & Accolades: DJ Mag Top 100 Clubs: 2013, 2014 Nightclub & Bar Top 100 Clubs: 2014 Nightclub of the Year: DLIST Seattle Nightlife Awards 2013, 2014 Best Security: DLIST Seattle Nightlife Awards 2013 Best Dance Club: King 5 Best of Western Washington 2013, 2014 Best Dance Club: Seattle Weekly Best Of Seattle 2013, 2014 Best Club Night: SUBstance Wednesdays, Seattle Weekly Best Of Seattle 2014 http://www.foundation-nightclub.com http://www.facebook.com/FoundationNightclub http://www.twitter.com/FoundationSEA http://www.instagram.com/FoundationSEA http://www.youtube.com/FoundationSEA http://www.uscevents.com Local Support: https://www.facebook.com/darriusmusic https://www.facebook.com/powerupofficial https://www.facebook.com/DesolationSoundPNW About THE M MACHINE: https://www.facebook.com/themmachine The M Machine is an electronic music trio hailing from San Francisco, CA. Formed in 2011 by Ben Swardlick, Eric Luttrell, and Andy Coenen, the group has quickly risen to prominence on the strength of their wholly original and forward-thinking sound. Transcending genre, the group effortlessly bounds between hard-hitting dance tracks and thoughtful, indie-styled vocal songs, tying it all together with a distinctly cinematic presentation. The group also designed, built, and performs its own live visuals in the form of a massive LED version of their iconic "M". It is this eclectic and all-encompassing approach towards their craft that has distinguished The M Machine as something very unique in the world of electronic music. The group achieved initial viral success with a teaser video for their two-part album Metropolis. The group's debut EP, Metropolis Pt. I, was released in April 2012 on Skrillex's OWSLA label. Inspired by Fritz Lang's seminal 1927 film Metropolis, the group created an entire mythology for the release, each song telling part of the story of the dystopian city of Metropolis. After an extensive run of official remixes for Bruno Mars, Passion Pit, Datsik/Kill The Noise, and Madeon, The M Machine have returned to original production, elevating their craft to the rave reviews of their peers (read Skrillex, Porter Robinson, and Madeon). The second installment of their album, Metropolis Pt. II, released by OWSLA in February 2013, completes the saga of Metropolis and marks a new high water point in terms of the group's creativity and production. In 2012, The M Machine performed at high-profile festivals including Electric Daisy Carnival (Las Vegas & NYC), Outside Lands, South by Southwest, Nocturnal Wonderland, Electric Forest, and Camp Bisco. Other highlights include a support slot for the entire "Language Tour" with Porter Robinson, and a support slot for Skrillex at Red Rocks in Denver. They also embarked on their first European tour, including stops at Tomorrowland and the Emmaboda Festival. With support from many of the world's most notable DJs, including Tiesto, Skrillex, Porter Robinson, Madeon, Markus Schulz, Benny Benassi, Zane Lowe, and Pete Tong, The M Machine continue to carve themselves a distinct niche in the ever-changing landscape of electronic music.
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