How Artists Influence Communities: Shah

Updated: Mar 30, 2019

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Born in a night club and raised by subwoofers. Shah answers only to bass. He is a DJ/producer and owner of Seriously Sik event rentals. An electronic music specialist, he began his musical career playing upright bass when he was seven years old.

Shah ignited the spark for sound design at a young age as he tested his ability to create different moods over a variety of genres and instruments. Ten year later, his passion for auditory experiences has led him to his new wonky after hours house/tech house series called Feed Them House. Daily servings include a proportionate amount of relentless grooves for the soul.

Feed Them House revolves around one special ingredient: BASS. Barbecue it, boil it, broil it, bake it, saute it. There's uh, bass-kabobs, bass creole, bass gumbo. Pan fried, deep fried, stir-fried. There's deep bass, reese bass, orange bass, leftfield bass, saw bass, square bass, and future bass. The right amount of bass can turn any meal into a feast. Better bring friends because anything that tastes as good as it sounds is for sharing.

Never go hungry. The kitchen does not close. Shah is always ready to Feed Them House. Listen to the eighth episode premiere with Deaf Child linked below! Shah plays the Midnight Massive at Bass Church* for Seventh Day Adventurists January 19 pm into January 20 am. Come lose track of time on the dance floor. Peace and wubs...


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1. Enjoy Feed Them House Episode 8

2. Like Shah’s Facebook

3. Follow Shah’s Instagram

4. Share Shah’s Soundcloud

5. Let’s Dance at Church*

6. Rent Seriously Sik Sound


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