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Saturday February 25th: CRIZZLY @ GRAVEYARD TAVERN [21+]
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Atlanta Dubstep

Our 2nd show in 2012 features CRIZZLY's ATLANTA DEBUT! Our 1st show of the year with SPL was an absolute smash and we're ready to turn it up even more for this next one. Did we mention that it's our THREE YEAR ANNIVERSARY? S/O everyone supporting us from day one! We've got a special give away for our loyal patrons, so make sure to get there EARLY! We'll have plenty of extra BASS provided by our friends at HEAVYWEIGHT A/V! This show is absolutely impossible to miss. Help us spread the word and SHARE THE EVENT on your wall and INVITE YOUR FRIENDS! Let's make this a night to remember!

Saturday February 25th 2012
Atlanta Dubstep presents:
[WWW.CRIZZLY.NET - San Antonio, TX]

Crizzly is crunk. Straight up. Remember the mid-2000′s, when everyone on MTV had platinum grills and was rollin’ on 22′s, sippin’ syzzurp from diamond-encrusted pimp cups? Add about a thousand screaming decibels of bass blasts and some Dirty South swag and you’ve got Chris Lee Marshall.

Hailing from the tiny hamlet of Boerne, just a half hour up the road from San Antonio, TX, the little Crizzly cub was slammed from all sides by the media: cartoons, commercials, video games, Top 40 radio, and the internet. Raised on Space Jam and nurtured by Need for Speed and Adult Swim, it’s no wonder Marshall is the absolute product of the Internet age. Influenced by the Gorillaz and Lil’ Jon-era crunk, Crizzly set about turning the ho-hum club scene in San Antonio into a viable hotspot and home base for him and his crew. First experimenting with the upbeat frenzy of Euro-style electro, Marshall quickly found his sound in the bombastic, bass-laden dubstep scene. As his weekly events in The Alamo City were taking off, so were his viral remixes of Waka Flocka Flame’s “Hard in da Paint” and Willow Smith’s poetic epic “Whip My Hair,” which propelled young Marshall to Internet fandom.

Now, only 20, the Crizzly brand is blasting into hyper drive. Producers nationwide and beyond are dropping his tracks left and right, including Diplo, Bassnectar, Flying Lotus, DJ Benzi, and even Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy fame. Promoters are scrambling to get Crizzly on their bills following major performances at Electric Daisy Carnival in Dallas and Las Vegas, as well as the inaugural Escape from Wonderland Halloween bash. He’ll be kicking off 2012 at Lights All Night in Dallas with some of the biggest DJs and producers in the world like Tiesto, Girl Talk, Benny Benassi, Wolfgang Gartner, Flux Pavilion, and more, and will be spreading his signature crunkstep sound to both coasts and everywhere in between in the coming years. Poised on the cusp of superstar status, fans everywhere can’t wait for their next Crizzly attack. Crunk is back.

With support from:
[TWC - Tuscaloosa, AL]

[Slumerican - Atlanta, GA]


Located at:
1245 Glenwood Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30313

Sound provided by HEAVYWEIGHT A/V

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This whole scene is becoming such a parody of itself already. Let's all watch. :)
The Atlanta Dubstep events back in early 2010 were a ton of fun. As were the Atlanta Bass Wars events at Blue Frog Cantina.

No idea how it is now, though, since I haven't lived there in a couple of years. I assume it's been taken over by frat kids at this point?
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