Kill The Noise’s Majestic As Fak Tour Is One You Won’t Want To Miss
Following this past Saturday, when Kill The Noise, Milo & Otis, and Ape Drums came into Seattle on their Majestic As Fak tour, I have another show to add to that list. Simply put, the Majestic As Fak tour was easily the best bass oriented non-festival show that I have ever had the pleasure of attending.
Compared to Kill The Noise and Milo & Otis, Ape Drums had a very different style of set. While the others had awesome sets that reflected their specific styles perfectly, Ape Drums took those in attendance on a more unique journey through bass music. Seriously. Mind blown.
— Matthew Jager (OTB) (@TheSeattleOne) October 18, 2014
You could really see him work the decks to add interesting transitions and effects the entire set. While some transitions were less than perfect, I deeply respect the work that he put into the set and the intricacy of his mixing abilities.
Milo & Otis followed up with one banger after another. I really love their style and musicality when it comes to the actual tracks they post. They were on point with playing some of the heaviest bass tracks and remixes to craft a set unlike any I have heard before, as well as dropping crowd favorites like their remix of Brillz‘ “Rvtchet Bitch” and “NRG.” It was breathtaking to be on stage while these two laid down an incredible set and it will not be one I soon forget.
Last but definitely not least was Kill The Noise. His set was mind blowing with how good his mixing was and how he did not relent from hitting us with a slew of dirty bass tracks. He also played his new track with Feed Me titled “Far Away,” which has so much promise to be an all time great. One to never disappoint, Kill The Noise showed us once again why he is a force to be reckoned with and is here to stay.
If you have a chance to go to any of the remaining dates on the tour, I urge you to do so. The other two headliners, Botnek and Two Fresh are equally as good and will put on some amazing sets for each show. Make sure you don’t miss out as Kill The Noise, Milo & Otis, Botnek, Ape Drums, and Two Fresh destroy each venue as they travel along on their Majestic As Fak tour. Let’s be real here guys, Jake knew what he was doing when he named this tour. There’s no other way to describe it other than “Majestic as Fak.”
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