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DCM presents PartyWave w/ Violin Girl and Sweets

  • Dance Church Maui 1445 Baldwin Avenue Makawao, HI, 96768 United States (map)

Dance Church Maui is excited to welcome back PartyWave (Corey McCarthy) for another healthy dose of rich bass music. PartyWave has been on tour with Violin Girl (Amanda Marks), and we're deeply honored to have them performing together for our Maui dance ohana. Opening the event we are excited to welcome back Sweets (EmmaLee Larsen) to the DCM stage for a wide spectrum of electronic bass music mixed with sweet perfection. Emma also plays electric violin and her original music in her dj sets.

** Dance Church Maui is a Sober & Sacred Dance Community **
$15 cash only at the door
All ages. No drugs/alcohol on church property.
Intentional, no talking dance space. Kids under 14 are free.
High-end Turbosound Sound System with surround sound.

7:30 - 8:00pm Opening yoga led by TBA with Sweets providing musical support
8 - 9pm Sweets
9 - 10:30pm PartyWave w/ Violin Girl
10:30pm Closing Circle with two beautiful songs by TBA


About PartyWave

PartyWave (Corey McCarley) is an emerging artist in forward-thinking bass music. Displaying a large range of styles in his production, his DJ sets are full of diversity and energetic vibes. His music carries an array of bass, melody, and a unique way of merging genres together to create a new, fresh sound. While being inspired by all ‘genres’ of music, his background brings in a fresh twist to his production.

Born and raised in CA, Corey's connection to the ocean and passion for surfing plays a vital role in his creative flow. Much like surfing, improvisation is a key asset that separates his style from other producers/DJ’s. Sharing the stage with a diversity of well known artists and inspirations such as; Mr. Carmack, Eprom, Hucci, G Jones, Great Dane... (to name a few).

PartyWave is now touring the nation and is a rising act on the festival circuit representing west coast bass music. Continuing to rise in the forward-thinking bass culture, Corey produces fresh material on a consistent basis and is backed by some of the industry’s most influential blogs. With multiple west coast tours under his belt, eyes are on him with nation-wide and international bookings.

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About Violin Girl

Amanda Marks, also known as Violin Girl, is a professional electric violinist, vocalist, and recording artist who has graced the stages of music festivals, clubs, and venues nationally and overseas. She takes tracks, often being mixed by DJs, and improvises over them on the electric violin, thus infusing electronic music with live instrumentation and lots of love.

Amanda's performance experience runs the gamut from festivals like Burning Man, Oregon Eclipse, Amsterdam Dance Event and Envision Festival; international appearances in Greece, Costa Rica, Peru, Mexico, and Canada; and high-profile venues like the Mixmag Lab Los Angeles, Public Works, Couture, King King, and 1015 Folsom. She currently holds residencies at Drai's Beach Club in Las Vegas and Spin Nightclub in San Diego.

Her first official release comes as a featuring in Deep Tribe's remix of Freddy Be's "Holding Back," which was released on the Perspectives Digital label, reached #76 on the Top 100 charts, and has been supported by the likes of Darin Epsilon, Maya Jane Coles, Soul Button, Matt Darey, Oliver Schories, Erin Sharoni of DJ Mag USA, and more.

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About Sweets

Let’s start by warning you not to be fooled by the name Sweets. It was given to her in reflection of her kind hearted, wild, carefree, and “sweet” demeanor; not for the vibe she presents on deck. With life-long performance experience as a violinist, vocalist, pianist and professional dancer. Sweets is in her element in front of a crowd. You may even catch her throwing down live electric violin and original music in her set. Sweets is here to deliver celebration, stoke and just the optimal amount of gnarliness.

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About Dance Church Maui

An alcohol/drug-free event that welcomes all ages to its dance floor for the sacred expression of dance. The group that organizes this event is non/all denominational, without any direct connection to religious affiliation. The container that is created is designed to allow freedom of dance expression, that is liberating, heart-opening, communal and uniquely self-expressive. For the creation of a safe container, arrive sober and participate with a clear mind and an open heart. We invite you to let your unique dance expression be the vehicle for your transformation and spiritual growth.