Dubstep is a darker, more experimental offshoot of electronic music, much like Boo Berry is a lighter, friendlier alternative to Count Chocula. Expand your musical palate with today's Groupon: for $10, you get one ticket to see Skism on Wednesday, June 8 beginning at 10 p.m. at The Mid (a $17.99 value).
A mystifying and playful new force in the rapidly rising dubstep scene, Skism spins London-bred beats that boast the admiration of such notable tunesmiths as Pendulum, Chase & Status, and Rusko. Bolstered by a head-nodding cadre of dub-dishers, the event promises concert-goers a foot-blurring evening of cavernous bass and thumping rhythms, sure to have them fox-trotting until 3:30 a.m. or until a napping Bruce Springsteen stumbles down the stairs in his bathrobe. Tucked in a slab-free sector of the meatpacking district, The Mid straddles the line between swanky nightclub and ear-bending beat factory, its neon bulbs and light-lobbing disco balls hanging majestically above three full-service bars, a pulsating sound system, and dual-floor bathrooms ideal for post-concert bouts of hide and go-seek.
306 N Halsted St.
Chicago, Illinois 60661