San Holo’s North American Tour Feat. DROELOE & Just A Gent

The release of his newest tracks, “The Future and “I Still See Your Face”, have skyrocketed, making San Holo’s North American tour one you will not want to miss. He’s been releasing new music for months and we are finally ready to see him perform them live. Since 2013 he’s been creating music, from his song, “Victory” on “Monstercat” to being on the top 100 Electronic categories on iTunes to headlining Sunset Music Festival in Tampa, FL. He’s become a DJ that we all have on our Spotify playlist.

San Holo, also known as Sander Van Dijck, has a mix of sounds when you listen to his music. It’s a mix of trap and future bass, yet there is some type of peaceful sound to it. While you can’t help but groove to the music, you also feel some type of inner harmony with his sound. His music has been on multiple record labels such as: Spinnin’ Records, OWSLA and Columbia Records and has also founded his own label, bitbird.

Check out his tour dates below:

He’ll be touring with Dutch electronic duo DROELOE, who has made a huge footprint in the future bass sound recently. Their Diplo & Friends Mix, “Sorry Not Sorry” and accompanied San Holo’s, “Lines of the Broken have been fans favorites, which we are so stoked to see live. We love how San Holo is thrown into the mix and seeing the two of them perform together will be even better than the mixes on Soundcloud.

 

 

Alongside performing with San Holo and DROELOE is Ausie, electronic producer and DJ who has smashes like, “Limelight” and You’ll Never Know (feat. Moza), Just A Gent. His best friends were the inspiration for his DJ name since they called themselves, “The Gents” through high school. He’s been producing music since he was 8 (yes, you heard that right), and now has several hit records and an insane amount of original and remix music.

 

This is one show you will not want to miss.
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We hope to see you there!

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