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RÜFÜS DU SOL - SOLACE TOUR 2019
Wed, July 24, 2019
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmThe Bomb Factory
$35.50 - $55.00
This event is 18 and over
Presented by Alt 103.7 FMhttps://www.thebombfactory.com/event/1813959/
Solace finds RÜFÜS DU SOL charting new territory, exploring deeper subgenres and more potent lyricism for an entirely new side to the group.“It’s about finding a sense of hope in a darker time,” the trio says. The album was born out of a particularly poignant period for the band and thus trackles heavier themes such as the pain of loss and the persistence of memory.“We’ve been through a big process,”the group says. “Almost a year and a half of our lives. We put all our hearts into making this record.
”Accompanying the album, the trio have created a brand new live show which will push their on-stage abilities to new levels.Bringing a host of new analog gear into the fold, as well as a revamped visual setup, the new live show will bring the magical spontaneity of the group’s studio process to the stage in unprecedented format.
Warping ambient field recordings into textured beats, the clarity of space and time to forge inventive melodies, the stimulation of the natural environment thrust into heaving electronica. The swamp, the serenity. Pine-scented, dirt-speckled.
The legendary Pete Tong of BBC Radio 1 singled out Willaris. K as the next artist to watch from Australia, saying “he has already got something that is really hard to attain. If I listen to an hour of music that was kind of similar to his melodic techno, when his track came on, I would know it was his.” Similarly triple j radio in Australia have backed McAllister heralding him as one of their 10 Unearthed artists to watch in 2018.
First came ‘Alchemy’, the debut single that saw Willaris. K break through with airplay on triple j and Sydney’s FBi. Before 2017 was through he delivered two more tracks — ‘River Song’ and ‘Dour Nights’, which BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong named his Essential New Tune — as well as turning in a remix for Exhibitionist.
In 12 months, the brand new artist graced festival audiences with over 25 live sets brimming with his trade mark punk-influenced stage presence. And all ahead of his international debut at Coachella this April. Now, Willaris. K is back with Alchemy, a full 7-track mini album that moves between thick industrial techno and sparse pensive melodic moments.
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Dallas, TX, 75226