Treblemonsters is an international artist & event management company, driven by its mission to supply event-transforming entertainment and is dedicated to provide only the highest quality talent.
Kice is one of the hottest DJs and producers based out of Chicago. He has performed at some of the most popular festivals and nightclubs around the globe. More notably, he has distinguished himself by teaming up with top tier instrumentalists in his famous DJ ft. live music sets.
Chicago-born Kice spent time in Amman, Jordan, returning to Chicago at the age of 15. He emerged onto the music scene when he was 18 years old, with his first major set at Bon V Nightclub Chicago. For more than a decade, beginning in 2007, he enjoyed immense popularity as he performed at high profile venues. Over the years, he developed a reputation for skillfully reading his audience, innovatively integrating all genres of music, attracting crowds, and most importantly, bringing energy to any venue.
Using the impeccable knowledge and skills he gained from the music industry, Kice went on to found Treblemonsters, a unique artist management and music consulting agency that services both top-tier global talent and venues across the USA. Clients include international names in the nightlife, hospitality, and corporate worlds.
He has also gained acclaim as a touring act, integrating his original music and Treblemonsters artists on saxophone and violin, with sets at Burning Man, Northern Nights Music Festival, Hard Rock, Sound-Bar Nightclub, PRYSM Nightclub, and many other notable venues.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Kice stepped up as an artistic leader, initiating a movement to support unemployed artists during the pandemic. That movement was one of the driving forces behind the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program (PUA) in Illinois, which allows the self-employed and others who did not qualify for state unemployment benefits to receive financial assistance.
In order to further support struggling artists during the COVID-19 crisis, Kice co-founded Chicago Entertainment Relief, a resource where artists and musicians can find information during economically uncertain times about everything from where to locate discounted food to where to find economic resources and relief.
The pandemic may have slowed down the entertainment industry, but it has not slowed down Kice’s passion for music and entertainment. His new initiative, called “Bring Out The Creative,” uses virtual reality to create an experience that is as much like performing in person as possible. As a place for artists and performers who have lost their outlet to deliver their talent and performance, Bring Out The Creative events attract hundreds of viewers and high-caliber performers on a regular basis.
Bring Out The Creative, Chicago Entertainment Relief, Treble Recordings, and Treblemonsters along with Kice’s other achievements, highlight his ongoing commitment to advancing incredible music and entertainment and supporting the artists who provide it.