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Mr. Bill


Sydney-born, USA-based electronic maestro Mr. Bill invades The Wall at AREA15 on April 12. A prolific producer, collaborator with industry giants, and educator, he’s set to electrify with his glitchy beats and innovative sound. Don’t miss the sonic journey! 🎶

event Details + restrictions 

  • Doors open at 9:00 p.m.
  • 18+
  • Must be 21+ to consume alcohol.
  • LOCATION | The Wall inside AREA15
  • NOTICE | Tickets purchased via third-party or resale outside AREA15 channels may not be valid and may be refused entry.

About Mr. Bill

Mr. Bill is an electronic music producer, and DJ from Sydney, Australia (now in the USA) best known for his willingness to share tips in studio techniques & massive library of technical know-how. With a huge catalog of released original music, including many collaborations and remixes, Mr. Bill has worked with established artists such as deadmau5, Ganja White Night, Subtronics, Dirt Monkey, Virtual Riot, Infected Mushroom, and more. Having released music on a wide array of labels such as mau5trap, Monstercat, Subcarbon, Deadbeats, Cyclops, & WAKAAN has led to Bill touring the globe extensively & playing major music festivals & world-renowned venues such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and Hampton Coliseum. Brian Taylor (director of Crank: High Voltage and SyFy TV hit “Happy!”) had Bill score the horror-comedy, Mom & Dad, featuring Nicolas Cage & Selma Blair. Bill has also been commissioned to compose, and create sound effects for multiple music libraries, applications, and to-be-released games. Being heavily active in the music production community led Bill to create his own record label, Billegal Beats, which releases left-field downtempo and glitch music, and Billegal Sounds, a sample pack company. He has also developed a VST plug-in “SLAP” in collaboration with Yum Audio. Mr. Bill runs the educational website which houses 1,000+ hours of educational video content teaching the music production software Ableton Live, and he hosts “The Mr. Bill Podcast.”


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