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The Spook-Tacular Genre-By-Genre FreakNight Artist Guide (With Local Support)

FreakNight 2014

NORTHWEST FAVORITES PT. II

Just One

With his last Northwest festival performance coming at Paradiso 2014 as collaboration project First Class, Jacob McDonald will show fans another side as he DJs solo at FreakNight 2014. The Olympia-native, who goes by Just One, has been DJing for over a decade and understands and appreciates the Northwest dance music scene that has cultivated artist after artist. Performing at venues across the Northwest, from Foundation to The Gorge, Just One represents what Northwest artists are all about: playing good music and having a great time. If you missed them at Paradiso and want to check out Just One in action, First Class will be performing alongside Kill The Noise, Milo & Otis, and Ape Drums for their October 17th show at the Showbox SoDo as part of the ‘Majestic As Fak’ tour. He’s slated to play at 6:30 p.m. on Friday of FreakNight 2014 at the Bass Asylum.

Randall Glenn

Currently based in Seattle, Randall Glenn will be the opener that the Northwest Trance Family flocks to at FreakNight 2014. Playing at the Midway of Mayhem stage at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Glenn will be trance fan’s best shot at quality melodic tunes to start their second day of activities. He recently opened for the legendary ATB at Foundation Nightclub’s 2-year anniversary celebration and the San Francisco-native’s performance fit right in. Growing up in the Bay Area’s underground dance music scene and becoming interested in the various genres as a teen, Glenn has worked his youthful passion into a budding career that we can’t wait to watch flourish.

https://soundcloud.com/randallglenn/randall-glenn-at-foundation-2-year-anniversary-10-11-14

R0ME

Ramon Jones, also known as R0ME, will be the opening act at the Bass Asylum for FreakNight 2014, performing at 6 p.m. on Friday night. The Tacoma-native brings an eclectic assortment of drum & bass, glitch hop, and overall bass-y goodness to the stage, and we couldn’t think of a better way to get the Bass Asylum started. Recently being named a resident at Foundation Nightclub, R0ME will also be performing a B2B set with fellow Northwest-based artist Treyis at the Seattle stop of Kill The Noise’s ‘Majestic As Fak’ tour on October 17th. We’re patiently waiting for his upcoming EP Brainstorm, and while we do, we’ll gladly get down to his set at FreakNight 2014

https://soundcloud.com/r0meofficial/substancewednesdays-june-4th-opening-for-heroes-and-villains

Let us know what you think of the artists announced for FreakNight 2014 and who else you want to see added to the list! Comment below, on Facebook, or reply on Twitter!

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