INNOVATIVE ELECTRONIC MUSIC PRODUCER APASHE ANNOUNCES ‘ANTAGONIST’ NEW ALBUM & 29-DATE TOUR WITH BRASS ORCHESTRA ACROSS NORTH AMERICA FOR THIS FALL
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT WWW.APASHEMUSIC.COM/TOUR
NEW SINGLE “GASOLINE” FEATURING RAGA OUT NOW
Apashe’s no stranger to crafting extravagant musical experiences. – EDM.com
Renowned electronic artist Apashe has formally announced details of his Antagonist North American Tour to support his new album Antagonist which will be released this fall. The 29-date tour will take the favored bass music producer to many major markets across the continent launching October 7 in Denver.
In each city (dates listed below), Apashe will perform with a live brass orchestra which made its debut at Electric Forest this past weekend. Tickets are available now at www.apashemusic.com/tour.
Apashe, the Belgian-born artist now based in Canada who is John De Buck, is known for his genre-bending approach to electronic music. He combines the purity of his symphonic orchestral compositions with the rawness of electronic music and hints of hip-hop and bass, creating a unique majestic sound. At these newly announced shows, fans can expect an eight-piece brass orchestra of French horns, trombones and trumpets accompanying Apashe’s high-energy live performance.
Look for Apashe to perform live new music from Antagonist and material from his previous releases Renaissance, I Killed The Orchestra and Requiem, plus his latest release “Gasoline.”
Written, produced and debuted during his Perry’s Stage set at Lollapalooza Mumbai this past January, “Gasoline” featuring Delhi hip-hop mainstay RAGA is a futuristic mix of industrial synths, brooding strings and India-inspired rhythms, with Apashe’s production matched only by the intensity of RAGA’s acerbic flow. RAGA’s evocative writing topped with sublime metaphors in Hindi describes his unprecedented infatuation with a fearless, strong woman.
Apashe takes it a notch higher with his timeless composition inspired by India’s vibrant culture, resulting in a work of creative brilliance that’s bound to make you rewind in a heartbeat. Accompanying the single release, “Gasoline”–which will appear on Antagonist–also comes with a cinematic music video that spans stunning locations across the desert and urban landscapes of India.
Catch Apashe with brass orchestra on his ‘Antagonist Tour’:
10/7/2023 Mission Ballroom – Denver
10/10/2023 Rialto Theatre – Tucson
10/11/2023 Music Box – San Diego
10/12/2023 Regency Ballroom – San Francisco
10/13/2023 The Novo – Los Angeles
10/14/2023 Van Buren – Phoenix
10/18/2023 McDonald TheatreEugene
10/19/2023 Knitting Factory – Boise
10/20/2023 The North Warehouse – Portland
10/21/2023 Commodore Ballroom – Vancouver
10/22/2023 Knitting Factory – Spokane
10/27/2023 The ELM – Bozeman
10/31/2023 Royal Grove – Lincoln
11/2/2023 Majestic Theatre – Madison
11/3/2023 Skyway Theatre – Minneapolis
11/4/2023 Cemak Hall at Radius – Chicago
11/5/2023 Vogue – Indianapolis
11/8/2023 The Cowan – Nashville
11/9/2023 The Bluestone – Columbus
11/10/2023 The Intersection – Grand Rapids
11/11/2023 Majestic Theatre – Detroit
11/12/2023 Roxian Theatre – Pittsburgh
11/15/2023 Town Ballroom – Buffalo
11/16/2023 Webster Hall – New York
11/17/2023 Brooklyn Bowl – Philadelphia
11/18/2023 Echostage – Washington
11/19/2023 Black Box – Charlotte
11/25/2023 MTelus – Montreal
12/16/2023 Showbox Sodo – Seattle