EDM group Cash Cash to perform at second Bandersnatch concert

The New Jersey dance-pop trio will bring their electronic melodies to the Schine Underground on Wednesday, Nov. 12.

Update (Nov. 4): Julian Nelums, an SU student, won a DJ competition to open for Cash Cash, according to University Union social media updates.

The masses have called for more electronic dance music, and University Union has responded in kind.

Tonight, UU announced Cash Cash, an EDM pop group from New Jersey, will perform at the second Bandersnatch show of the semester on Wednesday, Nov. 12. As usual, tickets for the show, which will be held at the Schine Underground, are $5 with an SU/ESF student ID and can be purchased at the Schine box office.

You've probably heard Cash Cash's "Take Me Home," an unrelenting slice of electronic pop, while helping your little brother shop for jeans at American Eagle, or possibly at an 18-and-over club. If you haven't, check out the music video below. Or spin "Lightning," a clone of that song with the Goo Goo Dolls' Johnny Rzeznik on vocals, instead.

Surprisingly, the band (comprised of two brothers and a friend) have been around since 2002, though they've seen some lineup changes and genre-hopping. They began as Hot Topic-ready dance rock, toured with Forever the Sickest Kids, and later soundtracked Jersey Shore episodes before settling into their present comfy EDM routine.

Now, they're prepping a new album due out in 2015.

Booking acts like Cash Cash (and other crunchy digital musicmakers) is proof that SU students don't want to see live music anymore. They'd much prefer a party — no matter who's pushing the buttons to make it happen on stage.

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