After waiting six years for the release of his sophomore album .wav, fans of Flux Pavilion are overjoyed to hear the electronic authority will be hitting the road this September for a long-awaited album tour. Launching the tour September 9 at Chicago’s Concord Music Hall, Flux will work his way around the country to six disclosed locations including Washington DC’s Echostage, and The Vanguard in Florida. Keeping fans on their toes, the tour will also stop at two more secret locations around the US that have yet to be revealed.
Since his early 2000s dubstep persuasion, leading up to his 2015 debut LP, Tesla, Flux has continually warped his sound into fresh, unique spaces across bass music’s ever-flourishing branches in a way that, by 2021, reflects acute wisdom from a veteran production force. Flux’s .wav album brought forth a different kind of listening experience, harnessing intricate sonic landscapes and a narrative undertone that straps the listener in from front to back.
This upcoming tour is primed to be quite an adventure, with Flux finally back where he belongs—behind the decks and at the center of the party. Get your tickets here and stay tuned for the unveiling of the last two stops on the road.
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