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One of the hottest new names in dubstep, Subtronics rocks the house with hard-hitting, deep, and squelchy basslines that have caught the ears of HUGE collaborators like Griz, Rusko, Snails, and more! As prolific as he is talented, Subtronics is an unstoppable force on the scene who's just getting bigger and bigger!

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Friday - 07:00 pm - Bill Graham Civic Auditorium - San Francisco, CA


Saturday - 07:00 pm - Bill Graham Civic Auditorium - San Francisco, CA



Subtronics (real name Jesse Kardon) is an American dubstep DJ and producer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Falling in love with drumming as a kid and inspired by Radiohead, he discovered dubstep whilst in high school and he began listening to first-wave dubstep acts like Skream, Caspa, and Rusko before moving on to Excision, Skrillex, and 12th Planet.


2017: Revenge of the Goldfish

In February 2017, Kardon released the first in his Now That’s What I Call Riddim mixtape series. The following month, he collaborated with Florida-based dubstep producer Midnight Tyrannosaurus on the "Revenge Of The Goldfish", released for free via Never Say Die's Black Label imprint on their sixth Black Friday compilation EP.

2018: Wook Laser and SoundCloud

Kardon had been releasing EPs steadily since 2014 – 3K (2014), Panic Attack (2015), Child’s Play (2015), Impact (2015), Cyclops (2016), 20K (2017) – but it was his seventh EP, 2018’s Wook Laser, that began to really put him on the map. The EP was released via Never Say Die's Black Label sub-label on April 20, 2018 and was well-received by EDM critics.

That July, his remix featured on the remix album of Zeds Dead and Jauz’s collaborative track "Lights Go Down" alongside remixes from Sikdope, Duke & Jones, Gentlemans Club, Jarvis, Lick, Sqwad, Awoltalk, and Spirix. He also featured on Herobust’s remix album of "WTF" that October.

In mid-August 2018, Subtronics’ SoundCloud account was hacked and many of his  unreleased and private songs were stolen and published by the hacker. A few months later, in November, Kardon took another hit via SoundCloud when he, among multiple other producers, had most of his songs taken down due to wrongful copyright claims. The result was him losing 23 tracks from the site.

2019: Cyclops, "Griztronics", and Wooked on Tronics

April 2019 brought a collaboration with Australian dubstep producer PhaseOne. The track, "Demon Hunter", featured on PhaseOne’s album Transcendency, which was released via Disciple. Their track in particular drew positive attention from critics.

In July, Subtronics released his ninth EP, Cylops Army via his own record label, Cyclops Recordings. He also appeared on the remix album of Excision’s Apex on the track "Vault". The following month he collaborated with Rusko on the track "Bounce", which was released via Cyclops Recordings and debuted during Kardon's DJ set at Electric Forest Festival and Rusko's set at Camp Bisco. On August 14, Griz released the three-track EP Bangers[2].Zip, which features the track "Griztronics" – a collaboration between the two artists. That October, the song went viral on TikTok and became the top trending song on the platform with over 259 million views in total.

On September 10, Snails released a collaboration with Subtronics called "Snailclops". Four days later, Kardon reached number 10 on Billboard’s Next Big Sound Chart. The following month, he released his tenth EP, Wooked on Tronics.


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