Levels of Movement, DBST, Radio Raheem, Wax Martini

High Dive Presents

Levels of Movement


Radio Raheem

Wax Martini

Saturday 3/11

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 3:00 am)

$8 advance / $12 day of show

This event is 21 and over

Levels of Movement
Levels of Movement
Levels Of Movement is an emerging Seattle based Electronica/trip hop group that formed in the fall of 2013. Each member is from a different musical background and has come together to create a visually and audibly stimulating experience for everyone. Influences include; MIA, Portishead, Thievery corporation, and Dr. Dre.

The core members of LOM consists of
DJ Martini on production, tables, and scratching (Billy The Fridge, DJ Punish)
Phil Pilon on guitars, bass, synth and beatbox (Irukandji)
Katrina Kope on vocals/effects (Purr Gato, Soul Kata)

LOM is always collaborating with special guest artists, musicians, and dancers to create an ever changing vibe. Each performance becomes a different experience.

Levels Of Movement currently released a self titled EP that you can purchase at any show or preview on Soundcloud.

DBST is an impassioned and energetic neo-soul band formed in Olympia, Washington with wild electronic leanings- yet they maintain the full interplay and instrumentation of a traditional band. Centered around the fluid yet commanding vocals of song-writer and front-man Sam Pohl, the band works to construct an encapsulating and textured aura of sound; seeking to connect and resonate with every listener in the audience. The band formed loosely in 2011, cutting their teeth in small clubs in their home town and released their first full length album, Kamaliens, in 2014. After many forms and iterations, the band truly discovered their voice in 2016, when they decided to bring their act to larger venues and wider audiences. The members of DBST come from varied musical backgrounds and disciplines, lending to a unique and often category defying sound, but their common ground is what really shines through- they want to make music that MOVES people.
Radio Raheem
Radio Raheem
To create its dance-o-licious sound the band traveled to 1983 and harnessed the energy of fifty 13-year-olds dancing to The Time played through a tape deck and then traveled back to the present, adding old school hip hop, toy pianos, fuzzed out guitars, synths run through guitar effects with lyrics about getting busy, atomic bombs, summers, zombies, robots, dancing and being a bad ass.
Wax Martini
Meltonwax and Rob Martini met in college in 2002, at first it was just a friendship and DJing together here and there, then the two got together in 2011 to start producing tracks together. While they both do their own projects, sometimes with the help of one another, they always find time to make hot tracks.
Venue Information:
High Dive Seattle
513 N 36th St.
Seattle, WA, 98103