V2 Presents & Sky SLC Present
Black V Neck
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Venue・SKY SLC 149 W Pierpont Ave
21+ event・Doors Open at 9:30pm
About Black V Neck:
Miami natives Black V Neck are the perfect fit for those who enjoy music that is inventive, stimulating and original. Their name is a playful jeer towards an ever-evolving yet over-saturated industry. For far too long there have been records, attitudes, and even wardrobe choices that have been duplicated and reworked in the hopes of fitting in; Black V Neck strives to create their own path through their eclectic, intuitive, and original works without creative restrictions. Black V Neck is best known for their distinctive, balanced take on tech house and underground sounds, and their tenacity in creating tracks that resonate with their audience on both the dance floor and through their headphones. They’ve garnered the support of DIRTYBIRD and Claude VonStroke, making their debut on the label with the Mouth Music EP, both tracks breaking through Beatport’s
Top 100 Overall chart. Sex, Drugs, Alcohol peaked at #11 and Mouth Music at #20 on the Top 100 Tech House chart, demonstrating their ability to create hits. Prior to that, their track ‘Let Me Smash’ reached #23 on the Beatport Tech House genre chart which was released on Shiba San’s label Basement Leak. Along with the continuous support from Shiba San and CVS, their tracks have been played by the likes of Chris Lake, Green Velvet, Diplo, MALAA, AC Slater, Jax Jones, and Walker & Royce. They’ve also had popular releases through Bunny Tiger, Nurvous Records, and Audiophile XXL, all of which have charted within the Top 100 Releases of Beatport.
Aside from their studio work, Black V Neck have played at Sound in Los Angeles, Grasshopper Underground in Detroit, The Great Northern in San Francisco and Treehouse in Miami among many more notable venues throughout the U.S. They’ve also closed out the main pool deck on Groove Cruise, made their festival debut at Imagine Music Festival and left their mark at their first Dirtybird Campout West Coast.