Tickets: Tickets: USD 13.00
Time: 7pm - 11pm
There's not much to do in Vermont. ..Though the combination of cold weather and small
isolated towns do force an extremely bored kid to get creative.
Now it's 1998, picture Pierce at 6 years old, sitting on a tiny guitar amp with similarly
tiny guitar in hand, begging his parents and family friends for song requests. Long before
his time as a DJ, he was pleasing crowds (though much older) with covers of all 60s-70s
era classic rock, having no idea what kind of impact this would have later.
Fast forward a few years and those song requests turned suggestions of various genres
and eventually different instruments. A quick ear helped him in first picking up the guitar
as a child and later moving onto drums, piano, trombone and more. Pierce has always had
this fascination for taking a concept from one instrument or genre and applying it to
something new, an activity that would later define the core of his music.
Now with 15 years of classic rock, reggae, blues and even a bit of metal and classical
music under his belt, you can imagine how strange Pierce’s first interaction with
electronic music was. Somehow this small high school in Vermont was blessed with an
incredible music department entirely run by two teachers, a husband and wife. One
semester of Pierce's senior year involved back to back music theory and electronic music
production classes and another course in music history. The electronic music course
taught students the fundamentals of production programs, basic synthesis/sound design,
and sampling in addition to studying the history of iconic electronic music from the likes
of Kraftwerk, Aphex Twin, Frankie Knuckles, and more. It was a revelation having had
no real exposure to this world, growing up in such seclusion, so far away from club