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Favorite ThisKeys N Krates: Dum Dee Dum [SoLow EP out on Dim Mak in September]

Published: July 17, 2013
By: Joshua Davis

Couldn’t be more excited about the news that KEYS N KRATES will be dropping its SoLow EP this September via Dim Mak Records.
This is exciting news, seeing as their tunes have been monsters on the club circuit as well as decimating the charts. The EP follows their crowd pleasing “Treat Me Right” which was released back in June and immediately topped The Hype Machine receiving love and support from major artists in the electronic realm such as Flosstradamus, TNGHT, Diplo and Major Lazer. Producer Grandtheft also conquered the climb to the #1 spot on the Beatport Electronica Top 100 chart with his remix of the trap anthem.
The SoLow EP will feature four diverse tracks that really show the trio’s unique take on today’s electronic movement. Along with “Treat Me Right,” “I Just Can’t Deny”—a tune forged to cater to massive stadium and festival crowds, “Ratchet Hoes”—a heavily hip-hop influenced track that utilizes all aspects of today’s electro-trap movement, and “Dum Dee Dum”—a filthy bass filled club floor decimator, will also be released on the upcoming EP.
If you can’t wait until September for the SoLow EP to drop KEYS N KRATES are currently touring worldwide! They’ll be performing at major venues, clubs, and festivals this year, including Lollapalooza, Hard Summer, Electric Zoo, and more.
KEYS N KRATES’ current North American tour dates are as follows:

Fri 7/19 Antigonish, NS Evolve Festival
Wed 7/31 Chicago, IL Vic Theatre
Fri 8/2 Chicago, IL Lollapalooza at Grant Park
Sat 8/3 Los Angeles, CA Hard Summer at Los Angeles State Historic Park
Sun 8/4 Kelowna, BC Centre of Gravity Festival at City Park
Sun 8/11 Somerset, WI Summerset Music Festival at Somerset Amphitheater
Fri 8/23 Grand Bend, ON SummerAid Festival
Sat 8/24 Eugene, OR Kaleidoscope Music Festival at Emerald Meadows
Sun 9/1 New York, NY Electric Zoo at Randall's Island Park
Fri 9/6 Detroit, MI Mad Decent Block Party at Elektricity Festival Grounds
Otherwise, check out “Dum Dee Dum” and try to patiently wait for their new EP to drop like the rest of us. Enjoy!

Tags: Hip Hop