V2 Presents + Crowdsurf present
536 W 100 S,
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Doors open at 7PM
18+ event \\ must have I.D. present to enter
Wooli’s mammoth bass music imprint twists harmonic sounds into a grimy discography of varying tastes. Blending icy compositions with fiery drops, his prehistoric mark captures millions of listeners through immersive performances and heavy bass.
With a dynamic suite of releases spanning Monstercat, Never Say Die, Ophelia and Subsidia and has collaborated with some of EDM’s most popular vocalists and heavy hitters. Wooli’s tracks with Seven Lions, HALIENE, Amidy and Trivecta have perfected euphonic realms, while his Evolution EP with Excision sparked anthems for aggressive crowds. Island (feat. Nevve) and Another Me (with Dylan Matthew) top off a collection of originals that have cemented him in charts. Gaining notoriety from the Mammoth EP (2018) and The Cave EP (2017), Wooli’s signature sounds feature sing-along verses and enthralling pounds.
Wooli’s monumental performances draw religious crowds at festival stages like EDC Las Vegas, Lollapalooza, Electric Zoo, Lost Lands and more. Writing history, Wooli’s Destination Tour (2021-22), spanned 32 dates across North America’s biggest cities, solidifying his place as a leader within the scene.
From primeval performances to melodic masterpieces, Wooli is commanding bass music’s future as one of this generation’s most compelling acts.
Sam Dobkin, better known as Trivecta, is a dance music producer and songwriter from Tampa, FL. He’s stylistically known for creating melodic trance, dubstep, bass, and drumstep music.
With the self-described goal of “making dubstep beautiful again,” he’s made a name for himself ever since with tracks that land in a compelling place between melodic dubstep, trance, bass and drumstep. In addition to receiving support from artists like Excision, The Chainsmokers and Don Diablo, he’s joined melodic bass connoisseurs such as Illenium, Seven Lions, Dabin, Kill The Noise, and Wooli on tour and landed official remixes with them – his take on Illenium’s “Fractures” has drawn over 5 million listens across streaming services alone. More recently, he collaborated with Excision & Wooli on “Oxygen” featuring Julianne Hope, which has already amassed nearly half a million streams with support from UKF & MrSuicideSheep. Both his remixes and original work have drawn attention from the most crucial tastemakers in the game, including Dancing Astronaut, EDM Sauce, MrSuicideSheep, and more.
Paving a unique lane for himself in the world of electronic music, Trivecta certainly shows no signs of slowing down, with plenty more in store for 2021.