Phantoms, Pusher, KASMA

November 11, 2017 - 9:00pm

On Saturday, November 11, the Community Center for the Performing Arts and University of Oregon Campus Radio 88.1 FM KWVA proudly welcome to the WOW Hall Phantoms on their First Headline Tour along with special guests Pusher and Kasma.

LA duo Phantoms have announced their first headline tour along with a new video for the song "Just A Feeling". The tour spans 14 dates across North America and makes stops at several festivals including Nocturnal Wonderland, CRSSD Fest and Suwanee Hulaween. "Just A Feeling" has been climbing electronic charts, holding #1 on BPM's Top 20 countdown for six weeks and reaching #14 on Billboard's Dance/Mix Show charts. Watch the video below and catch them on one of their headline tour dates in your city

Phantoms, comprised of Los Angeles-based natives Kyle Kaplan and Vinnie Pergola, are a dance act that does exactly that. Often tough to box in, the boys' style lends itself to many elements of electronic and pop music while still managing to always incorporate distinct synths and drum samples that have become synonymous with their "genre" of alternative electronic. Stemming from deep-seated roots in music and entertainment backgrounds, K&V put their entire beings into the project. They keep everyone continually dancing with an impressive live set of drum pads, synthesizers and midi controllers, while also keeping audiences engaged through their own style of humor on social media platforms.  Their fun and downright captivating personalities shine through all aspects of Phantoms.




Twenty-two year old Cooper Cowgill, better known as Kasma, resides in Hollywood, California. He graduated from the University of Oregon in the spring of 2017 and has been focusing on his music career since.

Gaining an appreciation for music at a young age, Kasma quickly discovered his musical talents. At age 10, he began playing piano, by age 13 he had learned the saxophone and by age 15 he was playing the drums and the guitar. An inspired musician, Kasma soon found his passion for electronic music. At age 20, he began to DJ and by age 21, Kasma was producing his own electronic music.

As an artist inspired by DJs such as Big Wild, Mura Masa, and Louis Futon to name a few, Kasma is discovering his own sound and style of electronic music: a fusion of dance, pop, hip hop, and future bass. His live shows evoke an energy that you can feel with a liveliness that keeps people dancing.

Kasma began his career performing in direct support to many of today’s notable DJs, quickly gaining experience and exposure. In fall of 2016, he performed at Life in Color as direct support to Kayzo and Zomboy. Later that year, Kasma performed as direct support to Vanic. He then performed at Heatwave Havasu Music Festival in the spring of 2017, in direct support to Carnage, Destructo and Too $hort.

Within only one year, Kasma made a name for himself as the most requested DJ at the University of Oregon, frequently hired to perform at events and shows in the Eugene area.  With his already rapid trajectory, Kasma is moving into the next chapter of his vivid career by attending Icon Collective music school, and will be swiftly making a name for himself in the electronic music industry.

            Toronto’s Pusher makes “shiny, colourful” music.

            Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 day of show.  Door open at 8:00 pm and showtime is 9:00.



Door Time: 
November 11, 2017 - 8:00pm
$12 Advance, $15 Day of Show