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Big Wild Reveals Spring 2016 Mix to Accompany Tour

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Big Wild brings his new age bass filled funk across the United States and just released a mini Spring 2016 mix to kick it off.

 

In the upcoming couple of months Big Wild is traveling the country along with support from Chet Porter and Electric Mantis for his first headlining tour ever. The young New England native, turned California inspired musician, has been on a slew of early festival lineups and has over 20 additional stops planned from now till May. You can also catch him at Camp Bisco and Euphoria Music Festival for the upcoming festival season as of now.

 

Big Wild will be bringing his tour to the Boston area this upcoming April 27th at the Great Scott in Allston, MA. Coming from the same state, the Boston crowd will be more than welcome to have him back in town. Big Wild will also be showing New York City love with two stops on the nights of the 28th and 29th of April.

 

His latest uploaded mix is a totally original project filled with Big Wild remixes and two unreleased tracks. Although the mix is only 20 minutes long, he packs in enough material to have you asking for more. At one point you hear the familiar faint echo of the original “Aftergold” in the background but this time featuring vocals from Artist Tove Stryke; a near perfect combo that has just been released.

 

Enjoy the mini Spring 2016 mix loaded with new originals from Big Wild:

 

Tour information and tickets can be found HERE.

Editor-at-Large at with The Nocturnal Times. Fell in love with Justice's "Cross" in 2007 and have been an avid fan since. Love to talk experiences, passions, marketing, strategy, and everything else music at kris@thenocturnaltimes.com.

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