In case you missed the magnificently trippy vibes, we’ve got the recap of Luzcid’s set at Seattle’s Q Nightclub on Friday, March 10. Amidst his Illusions Tour, Luzcid brought his psychedelic sound to Seattle Friday night and has even more PNW dates coming up for those who didn’t have the chance to make it out to Capitol Hill.
Luzcid played in Boise the night before he swooped into Seattle, and shot up to Vancouver, BC the night after. In February, Luzcid took over Bellingham’s Wild Buffalo. The show left fans mesmerized and Data Byte’s curated visuals added another component. A Portland stop is also taking place on April 20, so there’s still one more opportunity to dream with Luzcid.
As if we weren’t in for enough of a treat with the audio and visual production Luzcid has created for the tour, he released part two of his Illusions EP Friday just in time for the Seattle show. In mid-November of 2022, Luzcid dropped part one of the EP before announcing the North American tour to go along with it. Luzcid has teamed up with audio and visual producer Data Byte to make sure the tour is filled with detailed visual effects that will keep crowds in a trance all night long.
In case you haven’t taken the time to give Illusions part one a listen, check it out here.
As a staple artist on the WAKAAN label, Luzcid was first signed back in 2017. Since then, he’s been hard at work releasing singles, compilations and EP’s while also focusing on creating surreal visual experiences to combine with his performances. He’s spent tons of time collaborating with other WAKAAN artists like Liquid Stranger and Champagne Drip. He’s also begun to release tracks under the sister SSKWAN label as well.
In addition to being an amazing artist, he’s also very in touch with his fanbase. Luzcid holds contests through social media, hand picks local openers to support his shows, and supports smaller artists of all medias through his own platforms.
Openers set up Luzcid for a dreamy night
Before we get into the awesome details about Luzcid’s set, let’s dive into the incredible openers! An all-local lineup of Psygma, Kat1lyst and Savy supported Luzcid for the night. Each set was a perfect addition to a night of funky bass. The Seattle artists aren’t anything to miss so make sure you find a chance to catch one of their sets around town.
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The vibes were a little more raver-influenced than your typical night out at the club. The bass heads come out and make their way into the club scene when artists like Luzcid come to town, and we love to see it. After the local openers threw down for their sets, the crowd was ready for what Luzcid had in store.
Luzcid had a great variety in his set, mixing in some drum and bass with his usual weird bass sound. We heard many of his newly dropped tracks from his EP that night. Overall, we saw a great balance of everyone’s favorite weird bass, downtempo, and drum and bass. He kept the audience hyped all the way through the hour and a half long set.
One thing Q Nightclub does lack are LED walls for visuals, but they do their best to make up for it with many high quality projectors to make sure artists can still show off their creations along with the music. Luzcid partners with Data Byte to make sure his visual productions for shows pack a punch. Every EDM fan loves some good visuals, and with Data Byte curating the artwork, we’ll always be here for it.
One last chance to see Luzcid in the PNW, Portland on April 20
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