OWSLA Tour: Kill the Noise, M Machine, and Nick Thayer at Grand Central on November 1

Yo, be very, very quiet. We're hunting rabbits.

Skrillex's OWSLA imprint is going on tour to showcase its variety of sounds and next-level skillset, and we're going to catch us some choice bunny meat from Kill The Noise, M Machine and Nick Thayer at Grand Central on Wednesday, November 1.

The label's name actually comes from the book Watership Down, in which an Owsla is the chief carrot-eater in a warren of rabbits.

So basically, this tour is about a bunch of really hardcore cottontails showing you how they're the smartest and strongest of all the rabbits in EDM. What's up doc, indeed.

These bunnies are going to beat out the jams, each coming correct with a unique style and flair.

All the way from Melbourne, Nick Thayer is hitting the decks with a genre-less musical approach that he describes as "putting seven glowsticks in a blender." That's the kind of pixie power-shake that'll make your ass drop.

Then you've got M Machine, one of the most exciting acts in the game. This trio's debut album is a musical journey through highs, lows, funk, bass, beautiful gardens of sound, and hard-edged cliff bangers.

Topping it all off, massive dub-wub speaker bleeders from the one and only Kill The Noise. Because it isn't a Skrillex label showcase without the kind of bass that breaks teeth.

Ravers, get your lasers ready. Rabbit season is officially open.

OWSLA Tour with Kill The Noise, M Machine, and Nick Thayer. Wednesday, November 1. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The party starts at 10 p.m. and tickets cost $15 plus fees via fla.vor.us. Ages 18 and up. Call 305-377-2277 or visit grandcentralmiami.com.

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