Picture this. It’s a Spring night in New York City, and you have had enough of the week’s grind. You need some type of relief, but a relief that’s going to energize you as much as it’s going to destress you. What to do, you ask? We know the daydream of walking down the middle of Broadway and setting everything on fire as you go may seem like a good idea, but we may have a better (and much less damaging) idea. Why not stick in your earbuds, put on some glitch tinted dark electro and go NUTS? Better yet, why don’t you see a Dn’B in person, jump, sweat, yell, and dance the week’s complete and utter bullshit away? Come here, lean in, let us tell you something.

Dutch electronic master trio NOISIA are here, and are about to blow up Webster Hall. If you aren’t familiar with the three musicians, let us introduce you. NOISIA’s sound is a fusion of drum n’bass, neuro-funk, grime, deep, dark electro, and glitch power. NOISIA consists of members Nik Roos, Martijn van Sonderen and Thijs de Vlieger. They currently own three labels, Vision, Division, and Invisible Records, while also releasing their music on OWSLA, Mau5trap, and Roc Nation. They’ve produced albums for films, rappers, and have a handful of their own EP’s and full length albums. They have also released an album under the moniker I Am Legion, which is their supergroup with British hip-hop group Foreign Beggars.

It’s music you get that last lift in the gym to, even if it’s killing you. It’s music that pulls out the badass inside of you and socially allows you to completely lose your mind, without any repercussions or legal issues involved. NOISIA is for the ones who grew up on Trent Reznor’s illicit industrial, but love that special, glitch-infused electronic touch to it all.

Catch them playing at Webster Hall, Friday, May 27th with Dub Phizix and Strategy.

Or, grab a spot, it is on Jukely, after all.