FreakNight 2017 features great bass music, but for those looking for something different I’ve narrowed it down!
FreakNight Festival returns next Friday at the WaMu Theater in Seattle, WA with three stages of fun. This year’s festival includes an impressive lineup with an assortment of sounds for bass music lovers, trance fans, and deep house connoisseurs.
For some, names like Justice are a welcomed addition to the lineup, while others might be curious to know who they are. Even better, your favorite artist may also be at the meet & greet booth during the show!
We’ve taken the time to narrow it down and bring you four artists you can’t miss at FreakNight this year! If you still need a ticket, make sure to pick up your copy before it sells out or enter our giveaway!
Drew’s Top Picks at FreakNight 2017
Justice (DJ Set)
Justice puts on a great show no matter whether if it’s a DJ set or live set. You can expect to hear selections from their latest album Woman, hits from Audio, Video, Disco, and classics from their debut album Cross. Justice can be best described as electronic rock – not far off from what Boys Noize plays. They will be the perfect end to a fantastic Halloween night.
If you’re not already a fan of the Grammy award-winning French duo, then take a listen to my favorite track by Justice, “Genesis”, below!
The psytribe will be out in full force to support Liquid Soul at FreakNight this year. Nicola Capobiano started his Liquid Soul project in 2001 after he discovered his love for the psychedelic end of trance.
Liquid Soul blends together the best elements of progressive and psytrance to create a unique sound. Recently, he released a new single on Dreamstate Records called “Wake Up” that will have you in a state of trance in no time.
Infected Mushroom (DJ Set)
The unique duo of Infected Mushroom are veterans of the electronic scene who revolutionized psychedelic trance as we know it. They are known for producing and playing hypnotic, layered, and synthetic tracks, but that doesn’t mean they don’t go hard.
Infected Mushroom DJ sets explore both their vast catalog of material, but also give them the freedom to play some of their favorite sounds of the moment. These guys are no stranger to FreakNight and will have the Pacific Northwest in the palm of their hands.
Walker & Royce
Last, but certainly not least is Walker & Royce. The duo is fresh off their debut album release on Dirtybird titled Self Help. Tech house lovers will appreciate their unique spectrum of sounds that will fill the airwaves at FreakNight this year.
Make sure to check their set out if you’re a fan of Claude VonStroke, Maceo Plex or anything in between.