I am an independent genre-blending solo artist, producer, and songwriter from Nashville TN - My music is a cross between pop punk, emo, hip hop, alternative, and metalcore. The mood of my music is angsty and reflective, and appeals most to a "Warped Tour" type audience, although it would work with a rap-loving audience as well. I currently have around 13k monthly listeners on Spotify.
Similar artists - nothing, nowhere ; iamjakehill ; Kennyhoopla ; Arrested Youth ; Ryan Oakes
Merch - I have shirts and CDs available for merch tables.
Price Range: $0-$100
Gig Length: 10 - 60 minutes
What to Expect
I will give my absolute all to provide an exciting, interactive, and fun music experience that is sure to get the audience's adrenaline pumping. You can also expect me to show up on time and follow all venue guidelines without issues. Also, despite the angry music, most would say I'm a pretty nice dude.
Subcon (Brandon Ingram) is a genre-bending artist, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist from Nashville, Tennessee. Growing up loyal to the pop punk and metalcore music scenes, he has played in several bands, who played opening sets for acts such as Carousel Kings, Abandoned By Bears, Welcome Home, and Bad Case of Big Mouth. He began producing music of his own in 2018, which manifested as a blend of pop punk, emo hip hop, metalcore, alternative, and rapcore.
His music takes the nostalgic and beloved angst-filled energy from the Warped Tour era and delivers it in a unique modern package of hip hop-style production and rhythm, catchy emotional melodies, dark introspective lyrics, and a moderately bad attitude. The result is an angsty cluster of musical styles, perfect for disappointing your parents and wallowing in feelings of alienation amid the grips of this cruel, cruel world.
“With a perfect mix of melodies and intense expressive, almost desperate spitted words, the track straps you to the chair, forcing the message on you like you as the listener were the sole reason all these emotions were hidden for so long.” – Florian of KMS Reviews on “Therapy”
Additional Booking Notes
My setup is fairly modest - I usually just play my instrumental tracks through my own speaker and sing/rap over them. I might join with guitar on some songs, for which I will also bring my amp. Both of these should be plenty loud on their own in small venues. All I need from the venue is a microphone (and whatever system it is plugged into). Wireless or unmounted mics are a plus but not required. I also have merchandise available if your venue offers merch tables.
For small venues (aka typical bars, restaurants, house shows, etc.):
- Microphone/PA system
For larger venues (anything more than 2500 square feet or so):
- Microphone/PA system
- Additional mic for my guitar amplifier
- Additional mic for my PA speaker (for my backing instrumentals) or a way for me to connect my laptop/iphone directly to your sound system.
I like to keep everything interesting and change up my sets often, but this would be a go-to for a typical 30-minute set:
1. Antisocial Suicide
4. Wax Wings
5. Secondhand Serotonin
6. Ghost in the Mirror
8. Monster in the Closet
Influences & Inspiration
nothing,nowhere ; iamjakehill ; Arrested Youth ; Ryan Oakes ; Kennyhoopla ; Josh A ; Twenty One Pilots ; Hollywood Undead ; Falling in Reverse ; A Day to Remember ; The Used ; Machine Gun Kelly ; Silverstein ; guccihighwaters ; Blink 182 ; Green Day ; Linkin Park ; 3OH3! ; Sum 41 ; NF