Louis The Child
Last To Leave Tour
Louis The Child
Louis The Child consists of Freddy Kennett and Robby Hauldren, who have taken the music industry by storm in recent years. With over 50 million Spotify streams, LTC provides their fans electronic bliss through stadium-ready anthems such as "It's Strange," featuring K. Flay and their Icona Pop collaboration “Weekend.” On the most recent release, "Love Is Alive" (ft. Elohim), their versatility and emotional range shines through brightest, showcasing an understated tenderness, which Billboard praised as "soft and soothing." Citing influences ranging from James Blake to Robert Glasper, Hauldren & Kennett blend musical complexity and sonic experimentation in an individual strand of future bass that defies pop formulas, catching the ear of outlets such as Chicago Tribune, Pitchfork, BBC, Rolling Stone, and Billboard. Since supporting the likes of Madeon, Porter Robinson, and The Chainsmokers, Louis The Child has embarked on 2 headline tours totaling 37 sell outs and over 25,000 tickets sold in less than a year. Mixmag's #1 artist taking American dance music to the next level has quickly risen to headliner status. Currently in the midst of a rigorous touring schedule, Louis the Child is fully prepared to bring smiles to the crowds of people across the globe.
Chicago native Joey Purp has arrived. A vivid lyricist from the west side of the city, his love for the culture led him to join forces with like-minded individuals and form the SaveMoney collective. Through these endeavors, Purp contributed memorable features to critically acclaimed projects including Surf by Donnie Trumpet & Chance The Rapper, Innanetape by Vic Mensa and .wav Theory by Towkio. Over the last few years, the 22 year old has spent time exploring sonic boundaries as part of the duo Leather Corduroys. The group’s project Season attracted the attention of major music publications such as Pitchfork, The Fader and Complex Magazine. The album has amassed over 1.5 million plays since its release, and made way for them to grace the stages of RedBull Sound Select and North Coast Music Festival, amongst others. Following success with singles and features in 2015, which yielded a performance on Comedy Central’s “Why? with Hannibal Burress”, Joey provoked the attention of critics and fans alike as he neared the release of “iiiDrops”, his debut project, blurring the lines between an album and a mixtape. The project’s three singles, released in the weeks prior, led to a skyrocket in hype. “Cornerstore”, “Photobooth”, and “Girls @” periodically racked up accolades including Pitchfork’s Best New Track twice. “iiiDrops” was immediately recieved as one of 2016’s best endeavors in hip hop, accumulating rave reviews, including an 8.2 from Pitchfork, earning Best New Album, a 3.5/5 from Rolling Stone, as well as recognition from publications such as The Fader, Complex, Spin, and more. Joey’s triumph has landed him on the cover of Red Eye Chicago, as well as his first US tour with fellow SaveMoney member, Vic Mensa.
Win and Woo
A collective creative effort from Chicago, IL, Win & Woo is comprised of Nick Winholt & Austin Woo. The two friends draw inspiration from those who create music that can withstand the test of time and always push the limits of their creativity. Starting in 2014; They have released wide array of successful remixes accumulating over 5 million plays on Soundcloud and millions more across Youtube channels. Recently the duo has worked with rising stars such as Phoebe Ryan, Oh Wonder, San Fermin, EVVY, and Molly Moore. They have released official remixes for The Griswolds and Pompeya. They placed #2 in the Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank Remix contest and due to overwhelming support signed the track to Spinnin' Records. Their unique blend of heavy melodies & driving basslines has set them apart from anyone else. Starting off 2015 hitting #1, two # 2's and having multiple top 5's on the popular music chart The Hype Machine; The duo show no signs of slowing down as they continue to build their timeless sound.