TWOLOUD at Ultrabar - 3.12.15

By GLOW in DJ's, Past Events, Ultrabar
Tuesday, December 2, 2014, 12:00pm. (Updated: 3/15/15 at 3:16pm) Add comments

TWOLOUD 

 Thursday March 12, 2015

Doors at 10PM | No dress code | Ages 18+

Ultrabar • 911 F Street NW • Washington, DC

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Mysterious duo twoloud have kept all details about themselves a closely guarded secret since landing on the scene late last year with the track “Big Bang.”  What we do know about them is that they work closely with the king, Tiësto.  There are no official press shots or photos of the duo.  They are wearing masks of some type to conceal their identity.

Hailing from ████████ in ███████ and producing separately for many years under the monikers ████ and █████, ██████ and ██████ initially crossed paths during their school days at ██████, where a shared loved for electronic music bought them together.

Through previous joint projects ██ and ███ ██ ████ and releases like ███, █████ and█████ █████ the pair reached hundreds of millions of viewers on YouTube with some of the most watched dance videos of all time. As ████ ███ ████, they toured across the planet, playing to vast crowds with over 150 shows per year at some of the most prestigious venues and festivals in the world. Add to that their hit productions for pop acts like ██████, ████ and ███ and dance artists like ██████.

Now as current incarnation TWOLOUD, their studio in ████ has spawned remixes for Tiësto, Linkin Park, Steve Aoki and Hardwell plus original productions on some of the largest and most influential imprints going, including Musical Freedom, Revealed, Spinnin’ Records, Dim Mak and Armada Music. ████ and ████have not much made a new dent in the door as blown the doors off all together. Musical Freedom alone snapped up two cuts, ‘Big Bang’ and the Tiësto edit of ‘Traffic’, while their remixes of Binary Finary’s ‘1998’, NERVO’s collaboration ‘Not Taking This No More’ and Steve Aoki and rock titans Linkin Park’s ‘A Light That Never Comes’ showcased █████ and █████’s ability to stamp their signature mark on some of the biggest singles from both the current charts and yesteryear.

With an upcoming collaboration alongside shooting star ████ ████ confirmed on ████, singles on████ ██ ████ imprint ████, and █████, confirmed festival shows at ██████,██████ and ██████, over 100k fans on Facebook before having even played one show and support from some of the world’s biggest electronic artists growing by the day such as Tiësto and Hardwell to just name two, TWOLOUD are not just building on their incredible successes as █████ and ████, there is a rumbling storm brewing in the distance ignited by a growing army of new fans pledging fierce loyalty to this huge tidal wave of thundering sound.

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