Megan Hamilton

Megan Hamilton is a well-equipped rocket in the electronic orbit: her mix of hypnotic bass, funky riffs, and house grooves push the envelope with each track. As both a producer & vocalist with hip-hop roots, she’s able to spin toplines atop beats at the flip of a technicolored hat.

Megan’s anything-goes approach to music lends her the ability to create a colorstorm of magic in her Minneapolis studio. Her creative direction is heavily influenced by Opiuo, EDX, and Poldoore, and established labels Lowtemp, Buygore, Ghetto Funk & Audiophile have supported the trailblazing artist and her forward-thinking releases.

Megan has spread the good word of unapologetic and genre-defying music throughout North America, with performances at Lightning In a Bottle, Arise Festival, STS9’s Wavespell Festival, Canada’s Motion Notion Festival, and many more. Her musical resumé is comprised of sharing stages with electronic heavyweights such as The Glitch Mob, Big Gigantic, Gramatik, CloZee, and The Floozies. Similar to many of her peers today, Megan refuses to limit herself to one genre – so come without expectations. You’re guaranteed a party out of this world.

Past Shows


Apr
11
th
2024
7th St Entry
Apr
11
th
2024
7th St Entry

Megan Hamilton

'Cold Cuts' EP Release Party

★ Local Show ★
with Sean Anonymous, MC Peewee Dread, HAWX and more!
Nov
25
th
2023
Fine Line
Nov
25
th
2023
Fine Line

Megan Hamilton and The Sponges

★ Local Show ★
with MNTRA
Oct
8
th
2018
Mainroom
Oct
8
th
2018
Mainroom

The Glitch Mob

with Elohim and Megan Hamilton
Mar
24
th
2018
Mainroom
Mar
24
th
2018
Mainroom

Manic Focus

with SoDown, Megan Hamilton and UJU
Jan
20
th
2018
7th St Entry
Jan
20
th
2018
7th St Entry

The Funk Hunters

with Megan Hamilton and iLLism

More Shows

Apr
25
th
Parkway Theater

Ty Segall Solo Acoustic

Oct
17
th
The Fitzgerald Theater

Rick Wakeman

Aug
30
th
Schell’s Stage at Schilling Amphitheater

First Avenue Goes to the Fair

with Al Church and The Congregation
Aug
31
st
Schell’s Stage at Schilling Amphitheater

First Avenue Goes to the Fair

with Al Church and The Congregation