Butch Clancy, Big Chocolate

Steez Promo pres. Bass Nation DC - Late Show

Butch Clancy

Big Chocolate

Knoxbox, Instagib, Yola

Thu, October 4, 2012

10:00 pm

U Street Music Hall

Washington, DC

$10 / $15 at Door

This event is 18 and over

***+$3 at the door for ages 18-20*** No photo/video allowed. $10 advance.

Butch Clancy
Only in the dubstep scene a short time, Detroit native Butch Clancy wasted no time creating a style all his own, with pounding bass and heavy intricate drums he pulls from all the different types of music that he has made over the past 11 years producing. Keeping it dance floor friendly but also staying with the dark side of dubstep that he loves, he has found a medium that makes his style fresh and new but is still recognizable to dubstep fans.
Big Chocolate
Big Chocolate
American multi-platform music producer and recording artist, Big Chocolate's style ranges from Drum and Bass, Electro, and Dubstep. He's self-released 3 EPs to date and is set to embark on a full US tour performing with Dance Gavin Dance and iwrestledabearonce. Seeing how he started working on electronic music only a little over a year ago, Big Chocolate has already achieved more than most artists have in their entire career. With the announcement of his inclusion on this year's Warped Tour, his past achievements, as big as they have been, seem dwarfed in comparison.

Big Chocolate (aka, Cameron Argon) has been making music in one form or another since he could grab a spoon and bang it on a pot in his parent's kitchen. Discovering metal at an early age, he first started recording death metal tracks and vocals in a makeshift home studio and uploading them online. The videos spread across the globe and he soon found himself in various bands, one had him touring Russia as the frontman for a death metal band during the summer before his senior year in high school. He continued making music, catching the ears of the Suicide Silence camp who asked him to remix a song for them. The success of that lead to remixes for Asking Alexandria, As I Lay Dying and many more. It was here that he started focusing more and more on electronic dance music and going under the moniker of Big Chocolate full time. In addition to music, Cameron documents everything in his life through daily videos on his youtube Channel, CamEveryDay. With the Big Chocolate tours beginning, Cameron's goal is to bring the touring experience, performing, traveling and especially interacting with his fans, to CamEveryDay to share his unique experiences and music to as broad of an audience as possible. Be sure to tune in.
Venue Information:
U Street Music Hall
1115 U Street NW
Washington, DC, 20009

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