Its that time already. The Glitch Mob will be back here in Atlanta at the Tabernacle next week, 3/20, bringing music from their latest album Love, Death, Immortality. If you haven’t checked out the new album already make sure to head over to the link below.
Along with new music TGM will be bringing a new set design. The group tweeted a series of teaser picture last week so make sure to check them out over on their Instagram page.
With the sun finally starting the shine and all the snow gone until next year I hope to see you all out at a few of the shows coming up:)
3/20 @ The Tabernacle
There’s no denying 2014 is going to be the year of The Glitch Mob. After months of conjecture and online rumours, the legendary instrumentalist/producer trio, comprised of Justin Boreta (aka Boreta), Ed Ma (aka edIT) and Joshua Mayer (aka Ooah), just announced one of 2014′s most anticipated electronic music albums, Love Death Immortality, to be released on their own Glass Air Records.
The Glitch Mob will also be kicking off a U.S. tour this March which will feature a stop at Tabernacle in Atlanta on March 20th. The band also just announced they will be performing in top billing slots Ultra Music Festival in Miami and Governor’s Ball Music Festival in New York, plus their 2nd year at Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival 2014 for the Palm Springs fest’s most talked-about lineup yet.
2/12 @ Terminal West
MartyParty and Joker will be throwing down their unique brands of dance music grounded in deep bass on their upcoming North American tour. The two producers will wreck dancefloors around the nation with their hazy atmospherics and sultry-minded sonic vibes – languorous stretches of synthy psychedelia, grime and deep bass rooted in their true love, hard-hitting hip-hop. As a part of this tour MartyParty will be doing a show at Terminal West in Atlanta on Feburary 12th.
MartyParty (Martin Folb) is a sonic enigma – try as you might to peg his “signature” sound, the South African producer/DJ’s genre is decidedly unclassifiable. His music is constantly evolving and shifting, often bringing together unlikely combinations of deep bass drops, trance, gleaming synths, crowd pleasing hooks and a hard hip-hop backbone to create a new type of beast altogether.
In celebration of his forthcoming tour and album, the purveyor of the underground unleashes this irresistibly irreverent cut “Anthem of the Masses”, a synth-driven track that simultaneously breaks through genres like a ton of bricks and weaves them together in sinuous harmony.
1/31 @ Georgia Theatre
2/1 @ Terminal West
Since taking on the guise Paper Diamond back in 2011, Colorado native producer Alex Botwin has brought his artistic sounds to the masses making appearances at major festivals over the U.S.
To kick of the new year, Paper Diamond has just embarked on his first headlining tour of 2014. The Cold Crush Tour features stops in over 20 states throughout North America over the span of two months. During this tour Paper Diamond will be experimenting with new gear by incorporating creative beatmaking with an acclaimed sound library on Maschine Studio into his live stage productions.
The Cold Crush Tour will be making a two-day stop in Georgia stating at Georgia Theatre in Athens on January 31st and ending at Terminal West in Atlanta on Feburary 1st.
Fresh off the Most Wanted Tour, Antiserum and I are back with HU$TLE! Big bad brass get this record turnt from the onset and the pressure builds up until the words “All I Do Is HU$TLE” ring out before the drop. Get hype for our next release on Firepower Records and do us the favor of sharing this on your favorite social network!
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