Parford events & FMG Collective Presents: jPhelpz Maximum Damage Tour | Feb 1st
Sponsored by Filth Dimension
Starting February off with another heater bringing JPHELPZ to town👊🏼. We are more than excited to have this amazing artist play Ottawa and be a part of the growth of this city’s Bass Community. We also couldn’t be happier to be collabing with the Filth Dimension team on this to make sure we put on the best show possible as well as having them on the team automatically guarantees a memorable night. JPHELPZ Has been Everywhere lately including BOTH Lost Lands and dropping consistent quality to keep everyone’s eyes on him👀. Phelpz’s Forthcoming EP ”Maximum Damage” Comes out Tomorrow and by the sounds of the only song released so far from the project ”Break Yo Neck”, He might have taken it a notch even higher this time.
Listen to ”Break Yo Neck” from his new EP ”Maximum Damage”
*We Are seriously expecting this one to sell out so don’t wait till the last minute you might miss your chance🤷🏼♂️
15 Early Bird | 20 GA
City At Night
A local favourite/Legend to the whole Ottawa bass community, Matt Brisson will make sure to set the tone right and raise the bar very high for the following acts to reach.
The notorious Gatineau duo will be doing their first ever back to back to get you guys in the mood for JPHELPZ’s heavy hitting set.
And finally we will be ending the locals with these two chop masters. After having murdered their b2b set at the last intersection by throwing the craziest doubles our ears had ever heard, they left Ottawa begging for more.
With a mercilessly rigorous work ethic and inimitable production prowess, JPhelpz is an international bass music powerhouse who’s been leveling crowds and opening mosh pits around the globe since 2011. JPhelpz’ sinister mechanical sound design techniques have infiltrated even the highest levels of EDM production. He separated himself from the pack early on in his career, impressing the elite bass music icons including Datsik, who signed JPhelpz’ first EP to Firepower Records, Summon the Dead, in 2014. In 2017, his EP Leveled soared to the number 1 spot on the Beatport charts and netted support from the biggest bass music acts in the game. In 2018, Datsik and JPhelpz would go on to collaborate on the scorching dance-floor destroyer, “Ronin Riddim”. Today, JPhelpz’ tracks feature prominently in the set lists of Bass Music’s top acts. Maybe it’s his Heavy Metal background, or just his instinctual desire to create the deadliest beats conceivable, but JPhelpz’ music will cause bouts of aggressive head banging anywhere they’re played.