Passing through the obscure record collection within the multi-level cafe, I came to a stage lit only by a few smoldering lights. A perfect setting for the up and coming prince of future bass and lovestep. Side note - highly suggest snagging a spot on Rough Trade's balcony if you can - the view, dancing space, and ping pong tables up there are just great.
No stranger to pushing boundaries, producer and visual artist whereisalex, put on an eclectic set filled with deconstructed bootlegs and original signals. He played a wide spectrum of 90's r&b you've most likely rocked to, and blended it with the gritty, heavy trap beats of bass music festival anthems. Whereisalex would often take a step back from the motherboard and trap out to the danceable set with us.
From Kendrick to Kanye, Hudson Mohawke to Destiny's Child, whereisalex's jazzy, experimental, electronica remixes should not be missed. His stunning and vibrant live set reveals his true colors and talents as a producer trapping out far beyond the boundaries of Soundcloud.