On Saturday, July 2, The Crystal Method is making a much anticipated appearance at Seattle’s Nectar Lounge ahead of weekend’s 4th of July celebrations.
Their humble beginnings can be traced back to Las Vegas in the early 1990s when electronic music was still underground and raves were still held in warehouses. Often touted as the founding fathers of big-beat, trip-hop, and good old-fashioned electronica, they’ve enjoyed a rather illustrious career over the past few decades with their work going on to be featured in television and movies, including the opening credits song to the award-winning FOX procedural, Bones.
With their debut album Vegas going certified platinum, the duo of Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland no doubt have pioneered electronic music and continue to do so. However, these days the duo has dropped down to one with Ken Jordan leaving the group in 2017. Scott is keeping their signature big-beat sound alive.
If you’re still making plans for your extended holiday weekend, look no further than this event for what will surely be a special evening in an intimate venue which will certainly be one for the books. With opening support from local favorites Hyper, Pressha, and Rob Nobel, there will be plenty of big beat, breaks, and trip hop to satiate everyone’s eclectic tastes.
Tickets for this event are still available and you can purchase them here. Do yourself a favor and don’t sleep on this one!
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