“ONHELL” is a phonetic respelling of the Spanish pronunciation of angel and the first name of Los Angeles based composer, producer and DJ, Angel Rubio-Hale. “I feel stretched between lots of influences. In music, I embrace these contrasts, the light and the dark, the feminine and the masculine, the melody and the dissonance. In my live sets, I enjoy building a bridge between different sounds by merging together bass, rap, grime, & melodic experimentation. That way, people experience an atmosphere that both broadens perspectives and encourages everyone to turn up and party.” ~ ONHELL No stranger to dance music, Bianca was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA where she grew up hearing the sounds of the city blasting out of car stereos, at backyard BBQs and parties. Her training as a dancer strengthened her love of rhythms, while her years spent hosting college radio and throwing DIY events gave her sound a uniquely underground edge. As a young adult, Bianca frequented the west coast club scene at the height of electro and blog house, where she first started DJing. You can hear these influences in her sets and production, which blend sounds across the house, club, and bass spectrum. Bianca Oblivion is a connector of the global club underground, drawing lines between U.S. & U.K. bass music, baile funk, reggaeton, grime, vogue and beyond. She has long been involved in multiple facets of the L.A. underground, continuously working to create spaces for femme/non-binary, queer, and POC artists in the Los Angeles nightlife scene as part of crews like Culosangeles, Club Aerobics and now Warp Mode.