Are you majestic enough for the Majestic As Fak Tour? If you describe yourself as a bass loving majestic creature who wants to dance the night away to some of the premier bass acts in the world, Kill The Noise has something special in store for you. Kill The Noise, Milo & Otis, Botnek, Two Fresh, and Ape Drums are embarking on a tour of majestically epic proportions, and are coming to a city near you.
"Majestic As Fak" Tour Dates
Known for bringing some of the heaviest bass music with him, Ape Drums surly will get the crowd going with his signature style of dance music. Favoring a heavier 808 trap style mixed with drum and bass roots, Ape Drums does not follow the current meta for electronic dance music and bass music as he tends to have a less mainstream sound and really focuses on the feel of the music and the beat. Recently Ape Drums opened for Chase & Status
on their Brand New Machine tour, and has been electrifying crowds everywhere. Don’t miss one of the more unique sets this September through November as Ape Drums slams into a venue near you and is Majestic as Fak.
Hip hop influenced twin brother duo Two Fresh have been making a good name for themselves over the past few years. Recently they have been touring with the likes of Skrillex
and have been electrifying crowds everywhere. Their tracks are very soulful and have great rhythm and some funk thrown in as well. With countless remixes and productions that all wow listeners, Two Fresh promise to put on a set they strays away from the overly heavy side and instead focuses on the musicality of their tracks and the beat of the music. Don't worry though, they will still be bringing some of the sickest bass music around that will surely satisfy your need for bass.
Two of electronic music’s rising stars are returning to Seattle for another round of mayhem and moombahton. Milo & Otis impressed everyone this past June at the Paradiso Festival
with their high energy bass heavy trap set and now the duo are poised to do it all again during the Majestic As Fak Tour. Milo & Otis have released some of the most popular bass tracks and remixes in recent months. To highlight a few take a look at NRG, their remix of Rvtchet Bitch, and their remix of The Dealer. They have just come off of tour with Skrillex
, Dillon Francis
, Dj Snake
, and What So Not for the Mothership Tour and now are bringing their majestic DJing to a venue near you.
Never the ones to stray from trying something new or different with a remix, Botnek is a must see. Their prominence has only been growing in recent months, and their remix of The Chainsmoker's
#Selfie really helped put their name on the mainstream ballot. Don't think for one moment they are sell outs to the current edm culture. Their skills in production go much deeper than selfie. Every song they touch they turn into a hard hitting bass adventure. They also have the innate ability to turn hated and overplayed songs into fresh sounding tracks (looking at Selfie and Martin Garrix's
Animals). Botnek is posed to grow even more in the coming months, so make sure you don't miss out on one of the more skilled DJs and producers when they come through with Kill The Noise.
The legend returns for another night of incredible bass music that only KTN can bring. Having headlined nearly every major festival, Kill The Noise is an established name world wide. A Pacific Northwest favorite, KTN always promises a high energy diverse set that really never disappoints. Having seen him a few times myself, he is always one to put on an incredible show. Catch the master of bass do what he does best as he headlines the Majestic As Fak tour later this fall and winter.
For more information on the Majestic As Fak Tour or any of the artists attending check out the links below.