By: Anand Harsh
For Luke Sims and A.P. Adair, it's never been difficult to walk the fine line between underground and mainstream sounds. By virtue of Bass Physics' setup, a producer matched by a guitarist, the arrangement will always be classified as an underground phenomenon, but in the studio, the pair can create magic that you wouldn't be surprised to hear flipping through stations on the radio.
Recruiting the vocal talents of Carly Lynn, the duo's latest smash, "Let Me Go," is a powerful statement that Adair and Sims can totally be at home in the big arenas. Fusing elements of indietronica and future bass, the inspirational anthem about letting go of negativity and refusing to be one's own worst enemy soar with the likes of the Odeszas and the Illeniums of the world. It's melodic, it's heavy, and it's right in line with what the boys have been producing. Catch them on tour as the summer ends and fall begins heading east from Colorado out into the midwest and back again.
Bass Physics tour dates
9.16 - Schmiggity's - Steamboat Springs, CO
9.17 - Mishawaka Amphitheater - Bellevue, CO **
9.21 - The Loft - Minneapolis, MN #
9.22- The Miramar Theatre - Sherwood, WI #
9.24 - Populux - Detroit, MI #
9.25 - The Stache- Grand Rapids, MI #
10.29 - Empire Control Room - Austin, TX
11.25 - Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom - Denver, CO
**with Sound Remedy
# with SunSquabi
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