The Microworlds Tour left fans eagerly awaiting the next electrifying step in the journey of electronic bass producer CloZee.
CloZee, the acclaimed French electronic bass producer, is not only known for her enchanting music but is also her advocacy for women and the LGBTQ members of the scene. Her label Odyzey, founded in 2020, is at the forefront of introducing talented artists who share her vision and creativity.
One of CloZee’s most significant milestones was the release of her album Microworlds on July 23. This emotionally charged masterpiece was a labor of love two years in the making. It’s a sonic journey that dives deep into her soul, offering a glimpse into her creative process and emotional depth.
CloZee’s impact extends far beyond the studio. She’s headlined the stages of renowned festivals like Envision Festival and Sonic Bloom and has taken her art to audiences on a global scale. Her commitment to live performances is evident in her Microworlds Tour, which saw her perform across North America, with over 30 cities and 45 dates on the itinerary.
One of the highlights of this tour was her electrifying show at Brooklyn Steel in New York City on October 28. The energy in the venue was palpable, and talented openers like Daily Bread, Mfinity, and Camnuh made it an unforgettable night. As she weaves her way through the East Coast — including stops in Washington, D.C., Richmond, and Boston — CloZee continues to prove herself as an artist dedicated to breaking boundaries and connecting people through her art.
Tracks from Microworlds featured heavily throughout the night.
As fans gathered with unbridled enthusiasm at Brooklyn Steel, the proverbial curtain rose on CloZee’s mesmerizing performance, unveiling the sonic journey with the enchanting “Tomboy” from Microworlds. The stage transformed into a mesmerizing tapestry of pinks and purples, igniting the room with deep blue lasers and immersing the audience in an otherworldly experience. The visual spectacle enveloping the stage, adorned with five vertical screens and swirling light fixtures, captured everyone in a trance throughout the evening.
Following this ethereal opening, the crowd erupted into ecstatic fervor as CloZee unleashed her soulful remix of La Fine Equipe’s “Don’t Panik,” accompanied by a dazzling display of green and white lasers. The sheer energy and unity in the room echoed in harmonious chants of the track’s lyrics. Then, a bass drop of seismic proportions unleashed a mesmerizing light show with intricate laser patterns that left the audience in awe.
When the album’s title track graced the speakers, the crowd reached a new level of elation, moving to the rhythms and beats that CloZee conjured with her every move. The visuals transported the audience into a lush jungle scene, rendering them awestruck by the breathtaking imagery. “Glow in the Dark,” a poignant track with lyrics by Ella Vos, swathed the room in enchantment as the crowd swayed in blissful unison.
The set exuded tribal vibrations, and the crowd joined in with enchanting hums to a chant. CloZee made a special nod to CharlestheFirst by playing his remix of her track, “Pathway to Heaven.” The start of the show was intertwined with glitchy bass drops and CloZee’s iconic tribal elements, all while an intricate light show painted the stage with vibrant visuals.
CloZee played several of her tracks from the Microworlds album, including “VISIONS,” “Anteres,” and “Skylight.” The zenith of the night arrived with the euphoric “Color of Your Soul,” a collaborative creation with GRiZ. The music, in tandem with an electrifying audio-visual experience, resonated deeply with the crowd.
CloZee intertwined unreleased tracks along with tunes outside of her usual sound throughout the set.
Throughout the performance, CloZee weaved a tapestry of her discography, featuring tracks like “Visions,” “Neon Jungle,” “Odyssey,” and her entrancing remix of “Baiaina” by Barbatuques. One of the evening’s highlights was when CloZee cued up the exhilarating “Back To The Top,” a song crafted alongside Britt Lari and Dreamers Delight. Its whimsical lyrics and synth-infused drop left an indelible mark, etching this moment in the audience’s memory.
Earlier this year, CloZee and LSDREAM unveiled a collaborative project, fusing their distinctive bass sounds into a transcendent auditory voyage. As the night unfolded, CloZee tantalized fans with unreleased tracks from the endeavor.
CloZee’s set seamlessly blended various genres, unveiling short but exhilarating mixes between tracks such as “Limit To Your Love” by James Blake, “Wannabe” by the Spice Girls, and “London Bridge” by Fergie. These unexpected moments of sonic fusion ignited the crowd, adding an extra layer of excitement.
CloZee delighted the crowd by brining Tripp St. on stage for “Odysseys.”
As the show approached its conclusion, CloZee invited collaborator Tripp St. to join her on stage during the performance of “Odysseys.” The night culminated with CloZee expressing her profound gratitude to the devoted fans who had supported her throughout her journey. She brought out all the opening acts, extending her appreciation to them as well, leaving the crowd with hearts full of joy and cherished memories.
There is still an opportunity to see her on upcoming stops. Grab your tickets today to see CloZee as she continues the journey of the Microworlds Tour.