Binghamtronica’s Line Up is O So Sweet
Hey there folks! So, time is quickly dissipating and it’s almost time for Binghamton’s most anticipated event of the year: Binghamtronica Music and Arts Festival will be held this year on March 24th. Entering its third year, Binghamtronica has evolved from an underground basement party for an all out, on campus, music and arts festival. This year’s lineup features artists who dabble in genres such as jam, jamtronica, trance/hip-hop fusion, electronica, and dubstep. If you live in Binghamton check our Facebook daily for ticket office hours, if you are not in Binghamton just call (607) 301-0804 from 12 to 8 pm. We accept all major credit cards. Tickets are only $20s and if you use a credit card there is only a $1 convince fee.
BoomBox, integrates rock with psychedelic house to create a mesh of sounds that one can call anything besides “rock and roll.” Some may or may not know of this duo’s relation to a well known jam band, The Grateful Dead.
Archnemesis infuses jazz, soul, and blues with a hint of modern rock and a splash of dubstep to create a groovy sound that is uniquely theirs. After making an impression on the festy circuit this summer, Archnemesis has their EP “Diamonds and Glass” for free on their website. This year they will be playing Binghamtronica’s new late night set.
Horizon Wireless is a third year Binghamtronica vet, and has been quickly emerging on the electronic music scene. Their fusion of trance, hip-hop, and psychedelic minimalist house leaves a funky yet satisfying taste in your mouth, while seducing your limbs into a fluid state. Check out Horizon Wireless in upcoming gigs in the NY State area, such as the Psybient Soiree being held at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Resort.
SOLARiS is a three-piece group from Binghamton that expands their sound to encompass almost all genres of music, including jazz fusion, funk, electronica, drum and bass, and so much more. In so many words, these boys bring the rain.
Ink Line is an artist that hails from Long Island, as well as another Binghamtronica veteran. This DJ’s blend of deep bass and glitch-hop drops is a siren call to the bass lover’s in the Binghamton area, to those who love to feel the rumble deep in their chests.
ConArtist is a self-proclaimed bass lover, but only if it’s classy. He blends heavy bass with down tempo, trip-hop beats that seek to emcompass the listener in a blanket of icyhot decibels.
Along with these titillating artists, Binghamtronica will also feature live painting, vendors, body painting, and interactive art pieces. All proceeds this year will go to benefit HeadCount, a non partisan voter registration organization who seeks to combine music and political action by registering people to vote. Only by banding together and projecting our collective voice can we truly make a call to action against corruption and inequality in the political agenda. Binghamtronica is our call to arms, a chance for students to artistically express themselves freely without bindings put into place by campus, state policy. This is an event not to be missed, so keep your eye out for ticketing information on the Binghamtronica Music and Arts Festival facebook page and get ready to rage! Also join the Binghamtronica event page. If you live in Binghamton check our Facebook daily for ticket office hours, if you are not in Binghamton just call (607) 301-0804 from 12 to 8 pm. We accept all major credit cards. Tickets are only $20s and if you use a credit card there is only a $1 convince fee.