EVENT PREVIEW: Grum’s Deep State Rewired Tour @ Seventy Seven 28-03-20


Graeme Shepherd a.k.a Grum is all set to bless the ravers of Canada on the 28th of March at Seventy-Seven in Hamilton, Ontario. After having a successful run with his recent album “Deep State”, Grum extends his tour to the Great North to provide us with the ultimate progressive journey.

With his roots harking back to synth-wave music, a more common genre back in the 2000s, Grum has come a long way from the early days of having his music featured in video games. Grum’s resume has expanded over the last decade and now boasts some of the biggest labels in the trance music industry. Named Best Electronic Artist of the Year in 2010 after the release of his first album, Grum returned with his second studio album “Deep State” in the latter half of 2019, which was released on Anjunabeats. The captivating 10-track album has made the dance floor groove ever since its release, with Stay, The Ascent, Genesis and Home being our personal favourites from the album!

A regular play on Above & Beyond’s Group Therapy, Grum’s sets at ABGT milestone shows has always elevated the crowd to a state of awe; all testify to his skills as both a phenomenal producer in the studio and a master DJ behind the decks. Flawless mixes, emotional grooves, and an elevating experience are all in store on the 28th of March. Seventy-Seven opens its doors at 10 PM and you definitely want to be there early. You cannot afford to miss out on a night of sheer progressive beats resounding in the atmosphere! Tickets are on sale today at extremely affordable prices. Grab yours now using the links below.

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Sarangh ER

Sarangh is an avid Trance music enthusiast with interests in Progressive and Deep House. He moved to Canada recently and after attending his first Trance event in London, he was immediately hooked on the local rave scene. After noticing one of our articles, he contacted us to join the team as a writer. Sarangh is also a DJ and music producer who has performed at several events in India, which could be one of the reasons why he understands music so well.

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