Local talent and one-third of the trio Suspect 44, Luke Shipstad, released his live set from his first US show at Foundation Nightclub. His nearly two hour long set showcased his amazing skill during his debut as part of the group Suspect 44.
The Bainbridge Island native got the dance floor moving early on with his remix of Axwell’s and Dubvision’s Center of the Addicted Rifler. Throughout the night he kept spirit soaring and feet moving as transcended into a progression lover’s paradise. Only slowing down long enough for you to catch your breath.
Suspect 44 throws it back for us midway through his set when he remixes Oasis’ Wonderwall and has us vibing down memory lane. With such a fantastic US debut we cannot wait to see what he has in the works. Suspect 44 is definitely an artist to watch in the coming months and years. Hopefully, we’ll see working that Northwest grown magic again soon.
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