By: Anand Harsh
Today Phutureprimitive has added a whole leg to his much-anticipated fall tour. The west coast producer has cornered the market on the sexier, melodic side of psychedelic bass music. A staple on the transformational festival circuit, Rain takes to the road to bring his brand of subsonic sound to cities across the US from the beginning of October into mid-December.
Starting in the southwest, the tour, Searching for Beauty in the Darkest Places Part 2, then heads into the southeast and up the mid-Atlantic states. From the northeast, it then continues into the midwest, crosses the Rocky Mountains, and wraps up with a run up the west coast. Once again, TheUntz.com will be presenting the tour, and bringing fans a glimpse of Phutureprimitive's new material, as well as fun photos and reviews from the run.
Joining Rain on this cross-country adventure is Denver electro-soul duo Bass Physics. The high-flying duo of Luke Sims and A.P. Adair blends live instrumentation with hard-hitting bass and plenty of funk to get crowds moving to the rhythm.
Recently, the pair have stepped up their touring game with big festival slots at Big Dub and Atmosphere Gathering, and will be performing at Dancefestopia next month. With some well-placed original tracks, and timely remixes, the Bass Physics train is running on a full head of steam.
Phutureprimitive's stunning Temple stage design will be making most stops on the tour. Powered by the visual fireworks of Third Eye Projections' Evan Glantz, the intricately-designed Carey Thompson structure takes Galactivation to an entirely new level, providing a striking addition to Rain's show.
Visit phutureprimitive.com/tour-dates/ to grab your pre-sales, which are up this Friday (August 21).
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