Announces “Wild Child” North American Tour
Swedish Wunderkind DJ/Producer’s winter tour kicks off at the end of November and includes
dates in Toronto, NYC, Las Vegas, Los Angeles + MORE!
Exclusive First Listen of
“Wild Child” (Bassjackers Remix) – Adrian Lux
& Marcus Schossow ft. jj
Available on Beatport 11/15
After returning from his Australian tour this month, Swedish producer Adrian Lux will waste no time heading back out on the road supporting his upcoming 2014 sophomore LP release on Ultra Music. Kicking off in Miami at the end of the month, Adrian will bring his indie-flushed dance-pop to major cities across the U.S. including Boston, NYC, Los Angeles, San Francisco and more.
To celebrate his forthcoming U.S. tour and Ultra Records full-length album due out in 2014, the young dance music progenitor surprised fans with an exclusive listen of his forthcoming single remix of “Wild Child” with house music duo Bassjackers, available everywhere on November 15th via Ultra Music. The new remix takes Adrian Lux’s shimmery, blissed-out summer anthem (made with fellow Swedish artists jj and Marcus Schossow) and turns it out into a daggering demon of a cut, using rapid marching snares and synth riffs teased with baile funk and dancehall – occasionally soaked in lurching, churning bass.
To close out the past few whirlwind months, the young producer also premiered a video of his live set last month at Webster Hall NYC
via Dancing Astronaut.
The visuals capture the nonstop energy of Adrian Lux’s “Damaged” Tour
this summer – during which the 27-year-old wunderkind became a mainstage fixture while playing at festivals including Coachella, Ultra
and EDC Chicago
and Las Vegas
. Adrian Lux also took NYC by storm, playing at MTV’s Bash
in July with Cirque-influenced indie rock royalty Empire of the Sun,
and returning later that month to sell out Webster Hall’s
1,500 capacity Grand Ballroom. On top of that Adrian Lux played the Opening Party for the Toronto Film Festival
and established a summer monthly Vegas Residency
at Surrender Nightclub.
Not like we’re at all surprised – leave it to Swedish artists to make the smoothest jams out there.