Jay Goldberg Events & Entertainment Presents:


w/ Ternion Sound, Toadface, HoneyBee

Sunday, March 26, 2023
Doors: 8pm | Show: 9pm
$15-20 ADV / $25 DOS
Knew Sound Tour 2023

Yheti at The Canopy Club, March 26th, 2023
w/ Ternion Sound, Toadface, HoneyBee
Knew Sound Tour 2023

8pm Doors / 9pm Show
$15-20 ADV / $25 DOS 

Yheti has written and released over 150 tracks across the internet datasphere. A fusion of a thousand inspirations Yheti’s live performances are self described as… “an ever morphing detailed sound sculpture that plays with the ears of those open to the more experimental, surreal, low end heavy side of electronic music. With the intention of creating a champion dance environment through innovative bass lines, interesting rhythms, and soul driven melodies.”

Over the past 10yrs Yheti has performed at many major festivals, headlined many venues across North America, toured with many champions of sound and gained the support of a few  low-key famous people. 2030 will be a huge year for Yheti, so look far into the future or very deep into the present, put your ear close up to reality, and you may hear the faint rumble of subwoofers in the distance. This is an exploration of sound, technology, psychology and how it all interacts with the complex human condition we all experience. Rooted in love for art and moving forward with gusto.

The trio known as Ternion Sound was born out of the Infrasound Music Festival in 2016 when producers Andrew, Aric, and Jack joined forces for an impromptu set on the Beach Stage. Their chemistry was infectious, and immediately obvious. When the three reconvened at a shared studio in Minneapolis, MN it was clear their bond was meant for more than just one festival set. The trio began producing together with the goal of respecting the UK sound, while simultaneously implementing their own production styles.

Ternion Sound embodies sound system culture. From the music they produce, to the live sets they DJ, to the intentionality they deliver, to the community they continue to develop in Minneapolis which then spreads to the rest of the World. The group is known for being at the forefront of sound design capability, which can be heard in each and every release. They also believe music education is of the utmost importance, as it has played such an integral role in their own growth.

Championing his signature swampy sound since 2015, amphibious producer Toadface has made quite the splash in the dance music realm. The brainchild of Ohio native Todd Holler, the project quickly attracted the ears of listeners as a result of Holler’s unique approach to production – one that effortlessly fuses elements of trap and dubstep together to create a sound that was unheard of to fans of bass music at the time.  A lifelong gamer, Holler drew inspiration from the imaginative landscapes of the virtual worlds he so often immersed himself in and harnessed those ideas in his creative output. Aside from gaming, Holler cites his older brother and fellow producer Yheti as his biggest inspiration and directly points to their tight knit relationship as a big reason his career has scaled to the point it’s reached today.

Dropping out of college in 2015 to pursue a career in music full time, Holler successfully seized the opportunity and never looked back.  Since his humble beginnings touring tiny rooms alongside his brother, Toadface quickly carved out a niche of his own that fans have flocked to and continues to inspire his contemporaries.  After a successful first tour supporting the likes of respected producers Yheti, DMVU and Of The Trees in 2017,  Holler never let his foot off the gas pedal.  On the back of an extremely successful ‘Bugs For Breakfast’ LP release on Liquid Stranger’s label Wakaan, Holler embarked on his first solo-headline tour in the Fall of 2019.  It didn’t take long until Holler’s once underground sound was captivating some of the largest audiences in dance music and soon made him a regular of the North American festival circuit, landing him performances at Shambhala, EDC Las Vegas, Imagine, Lost Lands, Big Dub, Infrasound and more.  Garnering support from dance veterans, Liquid Stranger, Mersiv, Of The Trees, DMVU, Eazybaked, and Yheti, it is undeniable that Holler’s sound served as the blueprint for many of his friends and colleagues.

Exploring and articulating the realms of audio and visual expression together, HoneyBee works with various musical genres while she creates surreal imagery to accompany her audio works and performances.

After releasing her first official single, “Identity Glitch” in 2019 and her debut EP ‘homegirl’ in 2021, she followed up with the third installment of her Hi-Sucrose mixtape series in March of 2022. Currently wrapping up her next release, she plans to present her second EP in 2023.

Building her portfolio with each release, she continues to establish herself as a versatile artist amongst the underground.

FREE PARKING can be found across the street in the Krannert Center parking garage just north of the club after 5pm. 

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