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    Electric Love Festival Interview – Who Knows

    Who Knows is a Tech-House/Deep-House duo from Austria. They are signed to Spinnin Deep and Bunny Tiger. Their main focus is to reinvent house music through their catchy bass lines and adding many other live elements that help create their unique sound.

     

    Who Knows: Electric Love Festival

     

    OneEDM: Live after their set on the final day at the Heineken Star Club at Electric Love Festival we are with Who Knows. Guys, phenomenal set.

    Who Knows: Thank you we are happy to be here!

     

    OneEDM: Your set was mainly composed of tech house and deep house, which genre is your favorite to produce and which is your favorite to perform?

    Who Knows: I think we have developed our own style in the past few years because we thought about what the history of dance music is and it’s about dancing. We tried to develop our Who Knows sound by focusing on the bass lines, the bass drum, and developing our own groove.

     

    OneEDM: What influences or what other musical artists have helped you create the Who Knows sound?

    Who Knows: There are many. On one hand, we have the tech house people like Mark Knight and Solardo because they have a very fresh sound. On the other hand, we are influenced by Brazilian artist, Illusionize. They are doing a great job at what they do and we want to combine those influences with our own spin to create our Who Knows sound.

     

    OneEDM: Who Knows has been a duo since 2015, has your sound changed over time? Or how has your sound developed since 2015?

    Who Knows: It has grown.  We started with some melodic tracks, but we started focusing more on the groove and the bass as time went on. So we have developed a sound that has helped us play our music live.

     

    OneEDM: In the future, if you could collaborate with any artist of your choice, who would that be and why?

    Who Knows: That’s a good question, it is difficult for us to only pick one because there are so many great artists out there and the scene has grown so much that everyone’s sound is so diverse. Illusionize would be our top choice, but we are open to collaborating with anyone.

     

    OneEDM: Is there any exciting upcoming news that you would like to share with your fans first live from Electric Love Festival?

    Who Knows: We just finished a remix for Lost Frequencies “All or Nothing”. We have another remix for Robbie Rivera coming out soon on Armada; we hope everyone in the Armada family will hear and love this track!

    OneEDM: This question is for Wolfgang specifically. You are a manager for several artists including Pete Sabo and Who Knows, what’s it like being on both sides of operations (artist and manager)? Not many people can say they do both, are there any difficulties that come with booking everything as well as performing?

    Who Knows: It’s very difficult. I have a lot to keep track of, but I wouldn’t want to have it any other way. I love everything that I do, all I can really say is I work day and night to make sure that everything is as it should be for all my groups.

     

    Thank you so much for your time, your energy during your set. It was a pleasure to be able sitting down and talk with you.

     

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    One EDM PREMIERE: Joe Ghost – Higher & Higher [OUT NOW]

    OUT TODAY on Thrive, Higher & Higher by rising star Joe Ghost is here to rock the dance floor. This downtempo dance pop track with heavenly vocals showcases Joe’s ability to create a melody that makes you want to get up and move. With absolutely inspiring lyrics, close your eyes and this track will transport you to a euphoric place. Get to know this song, because it’s one that’s sure to make its way into the set lists of some of the summers hottest shows. With this track, as well as many of his others, he proves he’s one of the best producers around.



    Higher & Higher starts out with a slow hip hop beat that leaves you curious for what’s coming next. Then comes Joe Ghost’s uplifting lyrical track like candy to the ears. His masterful knack for writing moving lyrics is unmatched. With every piece, this artist creates he always leaves you feeling like your spirits have been lifted. Midway through the opening lyrics, a slow build up begins to transpire with a sudden drop that hits you in the chest like a ton of breaks. This is yet another area where Joe Ghost’s abilities shine. The drop is filled with a beautiful synth filled melody that makes you want to jump up and down. After building us up a couple more times the track drops into a slow and dulcet breakdown before ending the track with one more massive drop.

    Coming at us from Toronto Ontario, Joe Ghost exploded onto the dance music scene. He began his ascent into success in 2009 with his podcast, 30 Minutes with Joe Ghost. He quickly gained fame both locally and internationally. His 2014 track Are You Ready with Hardwell skyrocketed his prominence in the EDM scene when it reached #1 on the Beatport charts. Aside from Hardwell, he’s even garnered support from the likes of David Guetta, NERVO, Martin Garrix, and many other top tier DJs. Joe has even had the pleasure of bringing fans to their knees with his amazing sound at some of the worlds best festivals including both Digital Dreams and BPM! With releases on Thrive, Musical Freedom, and Dim Mak; he’s made his way through the scene and is quickly climbing to the top.

    Be sure to check out both Joe Ghost and Thrive Music through the social links below to connect with this amazing artist and hear all of the awesome releases put out on this awesome label!

    Joe Ghost FacebookJoe Ghost SpotifyJoe Ghost YouTubeThrive Music Facebook

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    Groove Cruise Announces DJ Competition

    Groove Cruise 2017 is slated to head to sea from LA to Mexico from 6th to 9th October. You can very well be the next DJ added to the line up.

    The Who’s Spinning On Deck 10? competition offers the DJing gig most people will only ever dream of. The prize includes a set at the festival, an ocean-view stateroom to stay in, and round-trip airfare for two people.

    Groove Cruise

    Furthermore, the winning mix will be aired to Groove Cruise’s very own podcast, reaching an audience of over 100,000 subscribers on iTunes. The podcast has been listed as ‘New & Noteworthy’ as well as entered the Top 100 Music Podcasts in iTunes.

    The competition runs from (20th July) and ends (30th July), with voting from the 31st July to 9th August. The winner will be announced 15th August at

    The winner will be announced 15th August at 6pm PST.

    To enter- submit a 60 minute mix to the WAVO website. While getting tot he top of the charts will help with exposure, the winner will be chosen by the judging panel based on votes, creativity, and quality, regardless of its ranking.

    Use the hashtag #GCDECK10 to promote your mix online.

    For more information head to the Groove Cruise website.

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    Spotify Makes It Easier To Share With Friends

    As this New York based streaming behemoth continues growing into its Lower Manhattan Headquarters, 4 World Trade Center, they’re sure to be delivering new products and features to their users. Spotify has just rolled out a new feature making social sharing easier than it had been in the past.


    With the addition of the new social sharing button, you can share content directly from SPB you most major social networks. A move like this is likely to increase overall user experience by streamlining these features, causing for a major upswing in social media growth.

     

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    EDM News TV – MOTi

    EDM News TV is back again with an amazing interview featuring producer and DJ, MOTi. Here to promote his new single Say, MOTi gives us some insight into what it’s like to produce a vocal instrumental track and where he came from.

    To put it in his own words

    “Say is a different kind of track”

     

    New York City based EDM News Tv is a rapidly growing entertainment and news channel focusing on electronic dance music & the ever-changing culture surrounding it. Be sure to follow them on both YouTube and Facebook to stay up to date on all the awesome content they produce.

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    Danny Avila: Style Sessions vol. 1

    Danny Avila has achieved so much for someone so young. Passionate about all forms of music, he’s pushed himself to try and elevate DJing to an art form. His sets, lauded bu the likes of Tiesto for the variety and intensity, always span a huge range of genres and moods. Everything from main room anthems to deep, burning techno and rocket-powered drum & bass is on the menus, and Danny Avila shows love for them all.
    Now, the young talent has decided to launch a brand new concept called Style Sessions. Each broadcast will take place via Facebook Live and will see Avila present his own interpretation of the specific style with a unique set just for his fans.
    I love to play long sets and mix up the genres. I was lucky enoughto be asked by Tietso to join him at Pacha, Ibiza and would play these crazy long sets and i just developed a real taste for all kinds of music. Style Sessions is a new way for me to share that with my fans. I’ll be playing everything, from house and techno to drum & bass and trap. No limits! -DANNY AVILA
    Danny Avila has been having a killer year, acting as the official ambassador and judge for NYDJAY, which was the biggest DJ contest of its sort in Europe. Taking on the mantle of mentor in the way that Tiesto and Calvin Harris did for him. Outside of music, Avila also notched up 2nd place in the Spanish Wakeboard Championships, 7th in the European Wakeboard Championships and 12th in the World Wakeboard Championships; as ever proving that he’s ready to jump, no matter what the medium.
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    Colorado local talent featured at Global Dance Festival 2017!

    Global Dance Festival 2017 is almost here and we are gearing up for two unforgettable nights in the Mile High City. This year, Global Dance is bringing you all of your favorite electronic acts from Hardwell, native to Amsterdam Netherlands, Ganja White Night from Brussels, Belgium and the legendary Mt. Eden all the way from New Zealand.

    But who are the local talent? Colorado being a hub in the world of music and a concentrated frame for electronic artists in the United States, makes way for Global Dance Festival to add these Denver locals to an already outstanding roster of talent!

    1. Freddy Rule

    First up, Global Dance Festival returning artist, Freddy Rule – A Dirtybird and Night Bass inspired producer who is always DTF – “Down to Funk” that is.. Freddy Rule is turning heads in the house music community with his unique underground tech house style. Rule was recently voted the #2 DJ in Colorado for 2016 by Electronic Colorado and is truly living up to the name. He is also known for throwing outrageous after parties out of his very own home here in Denver. Freddy Rule is sure to give you that Colorado bass welcome at the Northern Lights Stage on Saturday, July 22nd!

     

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    Photo from: Freddy Rule facebook page https://www.facebook.com/freddyrule

     

    1. Adam Stark

    Born in Fort Collins, Adam Stark is a true Colorado native who aims to conjure the Denver music scene on an emotional level. Stark was influenced at a young age by the progressive electronic culture; his inspirations deriving from top EDM artists such as trance icon Paul Van Dyk and the timeless Tiesto. Despite early struggles in his career, Adam Stark has propelled his name, creating ties with Beta Nightclub and performing at major venues in Colorado including Red Rocks! We can’t wait to see what this driven producer has in store for us at the Tundra stage on Saturday, July 22nd.

     

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    Photo from: Adam Stark facebook page https://www.facebook.com/AdamStarkOfficial/

     

    1. Ecotek

    Originally from Athens, Greek prodigy Kostas Kouremenos AKA Ecotek created new roots in the beautiful state of Colorado and has since become one of the most prominent electronic acts in the Denver community. Kostas has played alongside some of the biggest names in EDM including Deadmau5, Armin Van Buuren and Axwell. His high energy performance landed him regular performances in venues all over the state including a residency at the world renowned Beta Nightclub. Being a Global Dance Festival veteran, we highly encourage you to check out the atmospheric, deep house local legend at the Global Summit Stage on Saturday, July 22nd!

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    Photo from: Ecotek facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ecotekmusic303/ 

    1. Trajikk

    Nominated for Best Dance DJ by Westword Magazine is Denver local, Trajikk. John Lee became a resident artist under DJ name Trajikk for Triad Dragons Entertainment, the producers of Global Dance Festival, and has lit up the Denver Nightlife scene. Trajikk has established himself as trustworthy Hard Dance music act, delivering an exceptional performance with every appearance. You can catch this heavy bass local at the Global Summit Stage on Saturday, July 22nd!

     

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    1. Covex

    Last on our list is Brendan Bell of Covex. This dream style producer was bred in Boulder, Colorado and will be bringing you all of the “chilled out” vibes this weekend. Bell curates an immersive experience with his signature melodic, indie sound. After being featured in Illenium’s Ashes to Ashes mix series for his remix of Ember Island’s “Can’t Feel My Face,” Covex is becoming a must watch up-and-comer in the Denver music scene. Download his new single “For You” or listen to it live (hopefully) this Friday, July 21st at the Tundra Stage.

     

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    Photo from: Covex facebook page https://www.facebook.com/covexmusic/

    If this list wasn’t enough, you can catch even more Colorado locals at The Amazon stage. Resident Timba will take part in the brand new silent disco installation on Friday and fan favorite, Aaron Bordas on Saturday night.

    We can’t wait to witness the amazing talent Global has mustered together – from all over the world, to right here in our backyard. See you this weekend, Denver!

     

    Connect/Ticketing

    Global Dance:

    https://globaldancefestival.com/

    https://www.facebook.com/GlobalDanceEvents/

    Ticketing:

    http://www.ticketmaster.com/artist/925334/venue/246376

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    Electric Love Festival Interview – Tanja Le Chains

    Tanja Le Chains is an up-and-coming Electronic Motion Salzburg who brought her energetic Techno and Tech House beats to the Club Circus Berlin stage on the final day of Electric Love Festival 2017. A native of Salzburg, Austria, Tanja brings a fresh approach to underground techno with creative basslines and catchy percussion in her tracks.

     

    Video: Christian Efner / http://geilibert.tv/

    OneEDM: First, I want to start off by asking which artists have been your biggest influences that have helped shape your sound?

    Tanja: Victor Ruiz and Stephan Bodzin

    OneEDM: This was your first time playing Electric Love Festival. From our perspective, we felt like the crowd was really into your set because your music is filled with energy. How do you feel your set was tonight?

    Tanja: Tonight’s set was great, I enjoyed it because there was a lot of energy in the room!

     

    OneEDM: Who would you like to collaborate with on a track in the future?

    Tanja: Victor Ruiz because he is my favorite DJ. The bass, the kicks, the snares, his melodies, I love everything about his music.

     

    OneEDM: Your genres are techno, dark minimalist techno, and tech-house. Which is your favorite genre to produce?

    Tanja: Techno and tech house. I love to create and play both styles.

     

     

    OneEDM: What upcoming shows are you most excited about playing?

    Tanja: Next week I am playing a boat party. Next month I am celebrating 15 years of Electronic Motion, in Berlin.

     

    OneEDM: Is there anything you would like to directly say to your fans live from Electric Love Festival?

    Tanja:  I want to thank all my fans and supports, you are all amazing! I am thankful to play a big stage like this at Electric Love Festival and I have received a lot of support. I would like to keep my music underground where I am stable and able to be more minimalistic.

    Tanje Le Chains – Club circus stage

     

    OneEDM: Thank you for your time, it was a pleasure to be able to sit down and talk with you here at Electric Love Festival.

     

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    Moonrise Shakes The Internet With Final Artist Announcement

    Months ago, Moonrise released their 2017 line up. Yet, they left something for the imagination by stating;

    One More Big Announcement In July!

    After waiting for the final shoe to drop, Moonrise Festival finally revealed their last addition. The last piece of this long awaited and highly anticipated lineup was the addition of Pretty Lights Live.

    Photo: Moonrise Festival

    This is by far their strongest lineup to date. Sporting Global renowned superstar acts like Afrojack, Kaskade, Madeon, Migos, Porter Robinson, Zeds Dead and others.

    Along with some of the fastest growing up-and-comers in the industry right now. Moonrise is one summer event not to be missed.

    Moonrise Lineup

    Purchase Tickets Here: http://www.moonrisefestival.com/tickets.html

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    Champagne Drip – Millennia EP

    Champagne Drip is a bass producer focused on rich melodies with a laid back mentality. Also known for his other alias “SPL”, producer Sam Pool is not new to the bass world. Previously known for a darker sound, Sam Pool started releasing under Champagne Drip in anonymity. Consequently in order to be able to explore the potential of uplifting bass music. With two EP releases through Mad Decent and remixes of his music from artists such as Big Wild, Lazerdisk, Mayhem, and Son of Kick, everyone was looking to uncover who was bringing this new fresh twist in the bass community. In 2016, after spending more than a full year refining his sound, Sam Pool finally revealed himself to be the mysterious Champagne Drip.

    Champagne Drip is currently celebrating the release of his EP, “Millennia”, through the Deadbeats record label created by Zeds Dead. This EP brings the joy of four smooth sounding compositions that share the same vibe. All the while maintaining their own intricate identity.

    The first track, which shares its title with the EP, delivers a welcoming and magical vibe accompanied by vocals from Hollis. Diving into the second song “Show me the Stars”, things begin to feel less playful and a bit more serious. Thought provoking bass lines, and a back and forth between two synths lure the listener into a world of wonder. The third step in this journey is labeled “Blue Science”. Filled with funky variations and rhythmic switch ups this is an exciting tune with great potential of rocking dance floors by offering all DJ’s a tool that maintains the energy while bringing a breath of positive through the room. The journey ends on a serious note with a production titled “Scattered”. Introducing a heavy and hard hitting bass, this is the most intense part of the release.   

    Tour Dates

    Following the release of “Millenia”, Champagne Drip is kicking off a run of international shows.

    7/20 – Houston, MN @ SubOctave Music Festival

    7/29 – Belden, CA @ Stilldream Festival

    8/09 – Kunming, China @ Modernsky Lab

    8/10 – Chengdu, China @ NASA

    8/11 – Shanghai, China @ DADA

    8/12 – Beijing, China @ DADA

    8/18 – Copemish, MI @ UpNorth Music & Arts Festival 2017

    8/26 – Greeneville, TN @ Share The Vibe Music Festival

    8/31 – Philadelphia, PA @ Coda

    9/01 – Hampton, VA @ PBR Hampton Roads

    9/03 – Miami, FL @ Deadbeats Tour @ Mana Wynwood

    9/07 – Kansas City, MO @ Deadbeats Dancefestopia Pre-Party

    9/15 – San Bernardino, CA @ Nocturnal Wonderland

    Champagne Drip proves to be an asset to the world of bass. Whether witnessing a live performance, or by listening to his ever growing list of releases, it is sure to be an adventure of musical discovery to cherish.

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    Do you Matthew McConaughey? The Verce does

    OneEDM had the chance to sit down with The Verce, diving into his recent release of his new hit Matthew McConaughey.  For those who aren’t yet familiar with The Verce, he’s an Atlanta Hip-Pop EDM artist whose passion is to cross boundaries and promote self-love across all backgrounds. This is right in line with the PLUR EDM concept.  He’s worked with the likes of Snoop Dog, Ying Yang Twins and NAKD.

    Courtesy of The Verce Facebook

     

    OneEDM: Why Matthew McConaughey?

    The Verce: Well, Matthew McConaughey is an Iconic figure. He is cool but still about business and knows how to party. I can relate to his vibe ya dig.

    OE: What was your inspiration for song and video? How did it come about?

    TV: Me and Brian Green were chilling in the studio listening to some tracks and all of a sudden Alright, Alright, Alright popped in my head. I quickly came up with hook and the rest was easy.

    Also one of my favorite movies is Dazed and Confused. I consider it a classic. David Wooderson played by Matthew McConaughey made that movie a classic. Some of all time classic one liners. I wanted to find a way to capture that into a song so I decided to blend my own personality with the Dazed and Confused movie and created this amazing vibe. The production of the video is simple. We had a ton of alcohol and a few friends. The rest was organic.

    OE: Let’s dive into your background regarding Hip-Pop and EDM.

    TV: I’ve always been fascinated with different musical genres. The day I hung out with Cowboy Bill really changed my views of EDM. I thought it was all about drugs and quickly realized it’s about the vibe, the lights, music and getting to learn about each other. Hip-Hop is something I’ve always been obsessed with since 5 Yrs old. The culture, rawness, and realness of the music are so powerful. Hip-hop has changed the culture and been the message for the oppressed.  One day I was free styling and blended the two worlds together. My aggressive delivery and the aggressive drops the DJs create is a perfect sound for me.

    OE: Tell us how you came to work with Snoop Dog, Ying Yang Twins and NAKD.

    TV: Uncle Snoop was the highlight of my musical career. I was a struggling artist and blended and EDM/Hip-hop song called Wait On Me. The song caught the ear of Universal and they put me on a plane to Cali and I made a banging Pop/Edm/Hip-hop song called “Another Round”. That was so much fun. My homie sent my song to the Ying Yang Twins and within 2 hours we were in the studio together and dropped “The Drang Song.”

    OE: It must have been exhilarating working with Uncle Snoop.  Walk us through your studio time, and does he really have a dedicated phone to order Waffle House?

    TV: Yes, it was dope as [explecetive] to be honest, he does love his Waffle House.  Snoop and his entourage of about 20 in studio showed up with smoke so thick I could hardly see.  He walked into the booth and dropped the first verse.  The reason he’s a legend.

    OE: What’s your favorite venue/city that you’ve played so far?

    TV: ATL because that’s my home, Miami at Ultra was unreal. Club Lavela in Panama City FL always stay lit and is my favorite venue because of the history that building has been a part of. Bush playing in the rain, so many great Spring Break performance, performing with T Pain in front of 10k people…..Yeah, that’s my favorite venue.

    OE: What’s your favorite food/drink that gets the creative juices flowing?

    TV: I eat like a 5-year-old kid. Pizza is mine and the studio’s food of choice. I like to stay amped up at all times so I gotta have my Red Bull and vodka.

    OE: What’s the next event?

    TV: Dropping my next video titled “Geeked” that is sure to get the magazines talking and a 10-city tour with Project Pat and then back to the studio for my next release.

    Be sure to visit www.theverce.com for new music, tour dates, and videos.

    The Verce Social:

    www.theverce.com

    www.instagram.com/theverce

    www.twitter.com/theverce

    www.facebook.com/theverce

     

     

     

     

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    Neon Splash- NOT America’s Largest Paint Party; PaintDrop LLC image stolen

    PaintDrop LLC, a company out of Ohio, has been around since 2012. They started by throwing their own paint parties with local DJs at Ohio State, and then branched to the Carolinas. A former promoter stopped PaintDrop in its tracks when he stole their company image in 2015.

    “It’s really about a small-time promoter taking a brand and using social media to scam hundreds into buying tickets to an event that never was planned to begin with,” says PaintDrop’s official correspondence.

    Kingsley Bosnu, also known as Prince Kingsley, or just Prince, was a promoter for PaintDrop in Cincinnati. Sometime around 2015, events started showing up on Facebook advertising “Neon Splash- America’s Largest Paint Party” in cities all over the United States.

    Consequently, these events have quite a few key details missing; venue location, start and end time, host name, and contact information just to name a few. Links on the page take users to a real ticket site. Some of the links will allow a person to buy a ticket. The event, in reality, has not been scheduled and will not happen. As a result, more than a few people lost money.

    Event page showing no venue for a show in 2 weeks.

    Kingsley posed as the owner of their own company. He hired DJs and promoters to grow the “business.” We contacted a local artist named DJ Phluf who worked alongside Kingsley before he knew what was really up.

    “He, [Kingsley] did sketchy business, to begin with. I had to sell tickets…which is unheard of in the DJ community and also found other DJ’s to fill slots…I was paid a base pay plus a percent of tickets that I sold…but only here in Tulsa”

    (Selling tickets, aka “Pay to Play” is a strategy some promoters use. They have artists sell tickets to secure a slot in a show. Artists do not prefer this, as it might not guarantee a time slot at the show. They do not always receive a paycheck for their appearance).

    According to Phluf, there were three events that were legitimate and did happen. According to the strategy, new events show venues there are a group of people ready and willing to buy tickets, should a venue in that city choose to host them.

    Kingsley creates multiple false events.

    “I have asked [Kingsley] why he does this and he said that’s his strategy…I didn’t know he sold tickets to fake events until about a week or so ago. After that person from [the Pittsburgh show] confronted him about the tickets that were sold…he changed his number and then went on to say everything got ‘hijacked.’”

    DJ Phluf put up a fight for his paycheck. His photographer and other promoters did not see one. After those events, Kingsley disappeared and was not reachable by phone or social media.

    There isn’t a way to know for sure if Kingsley had good intentions when he began. He may have run out of money, or not had enough of a start-up plan. The next year or so would spell out the criminal acts that Kingsley is committing, however.

    If you google “Neon Splash US”, you will find that the website does not exist. Neon Splash is a paint party company that operates out of Europe. They do not throw any type of shows in the United States. There is only one show this month, and there are no other tour dates available on the site. PaintDrop’s real website is inactive.

    PainDrop LLC’s official website stands inactive since the scam began.

    Dragging the promotional images into Google search links back to the original photographer Robert Meerding, of Amsterdam. Meerding did not respond to a request for comment. The photographer does not receive credit on the page.

    A woman named Nichole was posting on almost all of the event pages warning people not to buy tickets. Other people were responding that they had tried to buy them, and had lost the money.

    We spoke to Nichole about her experience with the fake Neon Splash events. She had contacted a venue in Little Rock, Arkansas to ask what time the paint party would begin. As such, the venue scheduled another show and did not have any record of the paint party.

    “I went to the contact page for them [Metroplex] and called the main line on July 1st. Left [a] voicemail I’m sure was rather hilarious. A man, I think Jared, returned my call in no more than 30 minutes. He confirmed my suspicion about it not being legit.”

    According to PaintDrop’s official page, this is theft of intellectual property. Removal of the false Facebook events is a priority. The owner of the company isn’t hopeful, as Facebook does not believe the events violate any type of community standards. “They need to be stopped. [Kingsley] is killing my chance of ever expanding to those cities. I hate the dude who scams all these cities tainting my name. I came up with like this brand is genius and he’s actually ruining it.”

    This ticket website is currently active. The events are not real.

    Facebook does not remove the pages if users click the “report” button. It only allows you to block the page from your personal timeline. If someone calls the event out as a scam, the person behind the page blocks them.

    Do not respond to any Facebook events for “Neon Splash.” Do not buy tickets, and do not share the event. The more people who are aware of this scam, the less power Kingsley has.

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