Seven Lions is bringing his “Chronicles” series to WaMu theater in Seattle on May 12th, 2018 and needless to say, we’re stoked. Tickets are still available here. But what about the other artists on the bill?
What exactly can we expect from Seven Lions’ “Chronicles” series?
“Chronicles’ is a concept born out of the world of Seven Lions – a mysterious place that’s existence has been foreshadowed throughout the fabric of the project. Now, with Chronicles, it all comes together in a live spectacle that will usher in an expansion of the world of Seven Lions.”
His set will be split in two parts: the “Observatory” to open the show and a closing set. The first part will highlight Seven Lion’s experimental interests and recently released remixes much like his new Observatory show on SoundCloud. You can also check out the Spotify playlist to get an idea of the sound. The closing set can be described as more traditional and will feature fan favorite tracks.
Chapter 1 promises to be a unique experience with art installations, live painters, a vendor market, and more surprises. For those who are 21+ there will be a special treat available at the bar. The Seven Lions team has partnered with Triple Horn Brewing Co. from Woodinville, WA to create a brew for the show: Ophelia’s Nepenthe.
The show, of course, also features a star-stacked lineup. So who will be taking the stage?
Following their b2b set at ABGT250, Seven Lions and Jason Ross have kept busy. They recently released two tracks, “The Sirens” and “Ocean”, on Lions’ new record label, Ophelia. We’re excited to hear them play these out at Chapter 1 as well as their 2017 collaboration, “Higher Love”.
Kill The Noise
The New York producer and longtime friend of Seven Lions is kicking off his Killumination tour this spring. Chronicles: Chapter 1 will be the second stop on his tour. A NW favorite among the bass community, Kill The Noise is sure to bring the heavy hitting beats as well as his recent collaborations, including “Cold Hearted”, released in 2017 on Monstercat.
Trance fans rejoice. If you missed Liquid Soul at FreakNight 2017 you’re in for a treat. The Switzerland producer is coming back to WaMu and we hope he’s bringing dark trance with him. His set will be sure to tap into the psytrance realm of Seven Lion’s musical spectrum.
Can’t make the show or looking for somewhere to go once it ends? Head to The Underground where they’ll be hosting “Luna Ultima: Unofficial Seven Lions After party”.
See you there!
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