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|Friday Mar 21, 2014 9:00PM||Ogden Theatre Denver, CO||Buy Tickets More Info|
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The pioneer of Future Funk, Kill Paris, along with the energetic bass lines of Candyland, will be co-headlining the up and coming KillerFro Tour 2014. You are invited to embark on this...Expand
The pioneer of Future Funk, Kill Paris, along with the energetic bass lines of Candyland, will be co-headlining the up and coming KillerFro Tour 2014. You are invited to embark on this killer journey that will rage through theUnited StatesandCanada, beginning February 20th, 2014, until April 25th, 2014 in a city near you.
Candyland and Kill Paris have had a chance to collaborate in the past with Candyland’s remix of “Slap Me”, from Kill Paris’s first EP “To A New Earth”, which was released in February 2013. Due to an epic response from fans around the world, they decided to give you a KillerFro Tour experience, just in time for Kill Paris’s 2nd EP release on Skrillex’s label OWSLA, which will be released early this spring.
KillParis has had the chance to work in the studio with artists such as, Lindsey Stirling, Dillon Francis, Griz, Big Gigantic, and more, as well as the recent launch of his own record label, “Sexy Electric”. In 2013 his touring included performances at festivals such as, Ultra Music Festival, Electric Zoo, Tomorrow World, Meltdown, Sun City Music Festival, as well as performing in Canada, Germany, France, India, & Sweden.
The Candyland duo has played a major role in the EDM community since November 2012, after becoming the first act to win back-to-back Beatport remix contests. The energy filled bass pumping duo has gained their title by remixing tunes such as, Skrillex’s “Make it Burn Dem”, and Bingo Players “Rattle”. They released an original debut EP on Spinnin’ Records, which immediately charted #1 across multiple genres and charts.
“In the midst of music all sounding the same, talentless hacks gaining all the fame, and funk and disco hanging onto life by a mere thread, we are truly lucky to have producers like Corey Baker, or how his fans know him, Kill Paris. His name stems from the idea of abolishing talentless fame (do I need to spell it out any further?) mission is to bring the groove, and the love back into music.” – EdmTunes
“Santa Barbara’s electronic dream team Candyland consisting of Josie Martin and Ethan Davis, refuse to disappoint fans and continually surprise critics. Their secret seems to be a constantly evolving sound that taps into a myriad of genres, from glitch to disco and back again.” – Earmilk