Featured Show February 25: Bass Physics, Ex Mag, DJ Mass FX

On Sunday, February 25 The Broadberry is hosting a trio of electric rock bands comprised of two nationally touring acts and a great local opener. All three bands have their own unique style and the experience to put on an unforgettable show. Read more about the bands and what makes them unique.

Bass Physics 






Bass Physics is a Denver-based producer named Arja Adair. His goal is to spread positive vibes through the power of music. For him, that means going from one show to the next without ever letting a crowd go short of energy or an overall experience. He has been known to capture his audience on an emotional level with a revolutionized approach to the electronic genre and culture. Adair makes ripples in electronic rock, hip-hop, and melodic bass with such a wide array of instrumentals. His live shows have become a journey that his audiences never want to end.

In Bass Physics’ past, he has performed at Electric Forest, Red Rocks, and Euphoria. With such an impressive history, Adair has become a not-to-miss performance.


Check out Bass Physics’ music here:








Exmag is a New York City-based collaboration of artists coming to together to create a unique funky electronic sound that sets them apart from the rest of the genre. Exmag is comprised of three talented artists: Eric Mendelson, Tyler Dondero, and Dave Carls. Mendelson began his music career as the guitarist for legendary producer Gramatik. He created Exmag (aka Extraordinary Magnitude) with Tyler Dondero. Dondero’s solo act goes by the name of SuperNicer. Dave Carls also performs under the name Branx. Together, they create sexy, glitchy vibes that wiggle their way into your ears. The three claim artists like Erykah Badu, Wu-Tang Clan, Earth, Wind & Fire, and Pink Floyd have influenced their music.

Check out Exmag’s music here:










MassFX is the musical brainchild of Perri Young, a Richmond native. He has been performing since 2010 and has become a heavy influence in the local DJ circuit due to his interesting take on the Moombahton genre. He has provided local support for artists like Skrillex, Dillon Francis, and Gent and Jawns.

Check out MassFX’s music here: