Rush Promo Presents: Sippy

Ages 21 and up
Saturday, June 04
Doors: 8pm

Rush Promo Presents: Sippy
and Local Support by Barnacle Bill and Kashmerik

Saturday, June 4th, 2022

Thunderbird Music Hall
4053 Butler Street, Pittsburgh PA, 15201

Doors at 8pm
Show at 9pm

Bringing the best in electronic music to Pittsburgh.
SIPPY is a Sydney based bass music machine–anyone who’s spent time on the Australian bass music circuit knows the name. She’s built her career blasting her signature gut-rattling seizure-inducing sounds through the sound systems of her country’s famous clubs and festivals. It wasn’t long until Sippy made her way over to the US for her first co-headlining USA tour with ZíA, and explosive performances at Wobbleland and Dead Rocks. With recent festival appearances at HARD Summer, Electric Zoo, Dancefestopia, and Lost Lands, Sippy prides herself on bringing much needed courage and realism to the scene. As a result, her name is synonymous with a fearlessly filthy, heavy, extremely creative and precise bass-forward sound. She counts the world’s biggest Bass and EDM producers among her most avid and vocal supporters including Zeds Dead, Bear Grillz, Shockone, plus more. With her first original three singles and debut EP released on Deadbeats under her belt, massive collaborations with Marshmello and Bear Grillz, remixes of The Chainsmokers, Zeds Dead, Krewella and NERVO, and Bear Grillz, and partnerships with Nike, Bacardi, and Roli, and more projects on the way, one can only describe Sippy’s rise as meteoritic with no signs of slowing down. 2021we can only expect to see big waves being made from this young producer, a new force to be reckoned with in the bass music scene.
Alec Goldstein aka CHOMPPA, adopted from Russia and raised in DC, 21 year old CHOMPPA has cemented himself as a mainstay in the bass scene with his debut bone-rattling EP ‘Flabbergast’ out on Zeds Dead’s imprint Deadbeats, and latest single “Drugs!” with TVBOO released via WAKAAN. Crafted around high end melodic sound design and goosebump inducing basslines, CHOMPPA has been able to develop his own sound in a sea of saturation. With festivals returning soon, CHOMPPA live sets are not to be slept on.