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Bakermat Takes on North America in Under The Sun Tour

Chris Varvaro

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Dutch DJ/Producer Bakermat has announced his Under The Sun Tour of North America, and it is a must see for the exciting set of chosen cities.

Starting off at the Great Northern in San Francisco on September 6th the eccentric artist will play ten shows total across 15 days. After San Francisco, he heads to LA to play The Roxy Theatre the following night, before Denver’s Bar Standard on the 11th, Seattle’s Neumes on the 12th, Brooklyn’s Kings Hall on the 13th and Toronto’s Noir on the 14th. A short three-day break then precedes the final four shows, in Boston (Bijou Nightclub, 18th), Detroit (Grasshopper, 19th), Chicago (PRYSM Nightclub, 20th) and Washington DC (SAX, 21st).

Bakermat entered the scene back in 2012 with his debut single “One Day (Vandaag).” He has since built up a loyal worldwide fan base, consisting of young people looking for something with more depth than simply mainstream EDM or the classic underground sound. Bakermat is definitely in a fused area between these two and he has nailed blending both styles together. He serves his listeners with fresh original music without being incomprehensible whilst still moving forward in creativity. More recently, he linked up with British singer-songwriter Alex Clare on single “Learn To Lose,” which highlights his sounds combined with his soulful influences. The song is so refreshing because it locks in both the Dutch producer’s distinctive dance-focused melodies and Clare’s blues-indebted vocal styling.

Illustrating the width of his fanbase and just how far he’s come, Bakermat’s tour of North America represents the next chapter in the story of this multi-talented artist.

Photos courtesy of Bakermat Facebook

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