StayLoose | StéLouse w/ Brothel + East Ghost

16 and up
Saturday, September 11
Doors: | 8pm // Show: | 9pm

Globe Hall Presents StayLoose | StéLouse with Brothel and East Ghost on Saturday, September 11th

Just a boy trying to melt your heart through music. Beginning in 2014 with his debut EP “The City “ EP released via Australia’s forward thinking ,Die High Records, StayLoose (FKA StéLouse) quickly began to make a name for himself in the upcoming new wave of electronic music. Followed by well received remixes for the likes of Doja Cat, Jaymes Young, Rozes and a top 8 pick win for ODESZA’s “Say My Name” remix contest on WAVO, helped cement StayLoose’s presence in the growing electronic scene. Early plugs from industry blogs like Billboard, Pigeons & Planes, Stoney Roads, and THUMP, along with support from well known acts such as Bassnectar, Alison Wonderland, Louis The Child and Zed’s Dead also signaled the rise of this budding producer. StayLoose’s 2016 collaboration with MYRNE, “Call Me”, saw over 1 million streams in under one month of release on Soundcloud. Followed up later that year by a string of singles leading to his 2017 full length-self titled album on Casablanca/Republic Records. Always unbound by genres, the album was a continued departure from his previous productions, leaning into the experimental side of pop electronic, showcasing his songwriting sensibility and versatility as a true artist/producer with vision. After being tapped by well known multiplatinum hit-maker, Ryan Tedder, to assist in productions for other artists, StayLoose continued to refine his sound and soon saw his collaborative effort with Bryce Fox, titled Sociopath, added to alternative radio stations KTCL in Denver and LIVE 105 in the Bay area proving the crossover ability of his music beyond just the electronic realm. StayLoose soon introduced his live set up at Lightning In A Bottle festival in Spring of 2017, featuring a live band and the use of more traditional instruments wrapped around the electronic format. Always pushing the boundaries and challenging popular culture, StayLoose continues to create in a lane of his own.