Favorite ThisWeird and Wonderful tour wraps up its run in the southeast

Published: November 2, 2016

By: Mitchell Treend

Liquid StrangerAs the Weird and Wonderful tour enters its last month, we look back with fond memories and wipe away a tear knowing it all comes to an end in November.

Martin Stääf has accomplished a lot with the Liquid Stranger project. He has become one of the world’s most renowned innovators of bass music and anyone who has ever listened to his tracks will understand what I mean. He has just launched a brand new label, Wakaan, and to celebrate, he has invited Bleep Bloop, Perkulat0r, and Shlump along for a freaky and fantastic extravaganza.

Shlump is someone to watch out for in the next year. After a spot on tour with Tsuruda, he joined this cast of characters for all 46 stops, bringing a whole collection of all original tunes that are just begging to break out on your speakers at home.

Perkulat0r is in a similar boat. After making appearances at several top-tier festivals including Shambhala, this dude is on track to make waves across the scene. With the formation of Wakaan, Parkulat0r has found a solid platform to develop his sound and continue pushing the boundaries of bass music all across the continent.

Bleep Bloop has taken it upon himself to show the world just how wonderful weird can be. Also brandishing an impressive resume of performances from this summer, Bleep Bloop isn’t afraid to get a little unconventional. His performances are high-octane and his addition to this tour only makes things that much more exhilarating.

Needless to say, the show reflected all of these sentiments and so much more. Liquid Stranger has a special ear for the sounds of tomorrow. He also really enjoys branching out for special performances with his friends. If you cop tickets to the tour in a city near you, you just might find out exactly what I’m talking about.

Weird and Wonderful wraps up its run over the course of the next three weekends in the southeast. Make sure you catch this barnstorming tour before it’s gone.


Tags: Drum and BassDubstepHip HopTrap