Favorite ThisKill Paris grabs his keytar and heads to San Francisco April 19

Published: April 9, 2019

By: Anand Harsh

Kill Paris SFQ-vents is bringing one of the most explosive EDM acts to San Francisco on April 19th.

Kill Paris has been cultivating a high-energy set with his signature all-white outfits and matching keytar for a number of years. He's been at the forefront of melodic bass and powerful glitch hop movements and collaborated with major stars like Big Gigantic while releasing on huge labels like Monstercat.

Joining him is heavy bass phenom JayKode, who has thrilled audiences on major festival stages with his knock down, drag out dubstep sound. Recently collaborating with Rickysan on “Started” for Never Say Die, and releasing the original, “Apocalypse,” he is constantly pushing the boundary of bass.

Supporting on this bill are Anthony Sceam, Bass Felon, Forest Green., and J Power B2B Willy Wonksta. Fans will also recognize Krushendo, from this bill, who was selected as one of the winners of The Untz Challenge this year.

In addition to being a stellar keyboard player, Kill Paris also plays the hell out of the Nintendo Switch. He's offering up fans an opportunity to win a Meet & Greet & Game for this SF show where the selected winner will be able to snag some signed merch, and also be able to try their hand at beating him at Switch.

Don't miss this incredible show heading to the Bay, you can RSVP now to the Event Page, and tickets are on sale.


Tags: DubstepElectroGlitch