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Buffalo to bustle with two EDM shows Saturday

Saturday night will be bustling with a couple of EDM shows in Buffalo. Make your way to Waiting Room for a night of bass music, or if you’re looking for trance music head to LiFT Nightclub and get ready to dance.

Terravita, 9 p.m. April 30 in Waiting Room (334 Delaware Ave.)

Terravita will take the stage at Waiting Room for “The Fallen EP” tour, along with BARE and Wooli. Terravita, the bass heavy EDM group, was established by Chris Barlow, Matt Simmers and Jon Spero out of Los Angeles and Boston, Mass.

In a decade-long career, the musicians began in the drum ’n’ bass era and have expanded their sound to include dubstep and trap music. The group is also known for its 2007 electro-focused moniker Hot Pink Delorean. Terravita has collaborated with the likes of Bassnectar Datsik, and Borgore. “The Fallen EP” was released this month under Buygore, which is dubstep artist Boregore’s label.

BARE, aka Sean Rodela, is a bass music artist from Los Angeles. His performances have been dubbed to be “all killer no filler,” bringing only high intensity dubstep. Wooli, otherwise known as Adam Frosh, is a Rochester DJ who is very familiar to Buffalo’s music scene.

This event is hosted by MNM Presents and will be for those 18 and older. Tickets are $15 and will be available at the door and online at waitingroombuffalo.com.

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Ben Gold & Protoculture, 10 p.m. April 30 in LiFT Nightclub (257 Franklin St.)

Trance is back in Buffalo when Factory Nightlife presents Ben Gold and Protoculture at LiFT Nightclub. Both artists can be found under Armada Music, label of the highly acclaimed producer Armin van Buuren. Ben Gold has performed internationally, from Miami to Ibiza. His productions have been released and applauded by names such as Paul Oakenfold, deadmau5, Gareth Emery and Above & Beyond.

Protoculture – otherwise known as Nate Raubenheimer, is a DJ and producer based in Cape Town, South Africa. Beginning his career in the realm of the psytrance subgenre, he has developed himself in the world of trance music, playing to festival audiences of more than 150,000 people.

An audio engineering student, Protoculture uses his knowledge of technology to develop his career as an electronic music producer. He has played alongside artists such as Paul van Dyk, Sasha and Orbital to name a few. Additionally, he has had releases off of Armada Music, Anjuna Beats and Rebrand Records.

This event will be 21 and older. Tickets are available as a two-pack for $15 or a single ticket for $10 via liftbuffalo.com.

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