When: Wed., Jan. 30, 7 p.m. 2013
Dubstep seems ubiquitous these days, so I can understand if you're over it. Yes, most of it does sound the same, and copycats are a dime a dozen. Thankfully though, the genre still has its share of innovative torchbearers, and British Columbia's Excision is one of them. He is, in fact, one of a handful of producers to pioneer a newer style of rowdy, party-'til-dawn dubstep that takes more influence from the aggressive, chugging riffs of heavy metal than the stoned-out vibes of Jamaican dub music.
Excision is all about sonic intensity, and his gig this week ought to prove it. He's reportedly bringing a 100,000-watt sound system, which is also equipped with trippy, state-of-the-art visuals. It'll be a night of extreme bass music that shakes the audience to its cor.(Ira Sather-Olson)
Excision is making the Wilma Theatre into a big ol' party, with Paper Diamond and Vaski. 7 PM. $25. Tickets available at Rockin Rudy's and TicketWeb.com.