Safe In Sound Festival Tour Boasts Massive Bass Lineup

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This fall, prepare to be Destroid, turned into Gold Dust, and Wonder why you ever stepped foot into such a heavy bass arena. The Safe In Sound festival tour is coming to a city near you and is bringing one serious lineup to turn even the most veteran bass lover’s ears into mush.

Destroid, Flux Pavilion, Adventure Club, Doctor P, Excision, Zeds Dead, UZ, Caked Up, Downlink, and Terravita are set to bring you 150,000 watts of PK Sound goodness. Lineups differ for each city, but the full list can be found here at safeinsoundfest.com.

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Seattle will be getting the massive lineup of Destroid, Flux, Adventure Club, and Terravita on Ovtober 25th at the WAMU Center. I had heard rumors of such a show coming up very soon and had speculated this show to be either a Freaknight addition or part of Dada Life’s Compound, but the reality is far better than that. A stand alone, massive event being headlined by Destroid! If you have not been fortunate enough to catch Excision, Downlink, and KJ Swaka perform as Destroid, you are missing out.

They performed at Seattle’s Freaknight Festival last year and were absolutely incredible to see. From their live performance to the amazing LED suits, Destroid is a must see live performance and there really isn’t a better time with “support” from such amazing acts as Flux or Adventure Club.

For full event information check out safeinsoundfest.com and for more information on the artists attending, check out the links below.

Destroid
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Flux Pavilion
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Adventure Club
Facebook | Soundcloud

Doctor P
Facebook | Soundcloud

Excision
Facebook | Soundcloud

Zeds Dead
Facebook | Soundcloud

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Matthew Jager
From LA to Seattle, the West Coast has always been my home and I take great pride in the music scene we have here. Bass music is my first love, but in reality I love and appreciate all types of music...besides country. Let the music talk. You just have to be ready to listen.
Matthew Jager
- 4 weeks ago
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