Tours

The Gospel According to Trap: Keys n Krates Announce 2016 Midnite Mass Tour



December 2nd, 2015

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As 2015 comes to a close, we look back on our year of long, crazy nights and the sin and debauchery that came with it. For those looking to start the new year with a clean slate and even cleaner 808s, there’s only one solution – go to church. Luckily, trap trio Keys N Krates can cleanse these sins on their Midnite Mass tour.
Keys N Krates are starting 2016 with an ungodly 33-stop tour across North America. Spilling sermons into dance halls across the country, Keys N Krates look to extend their very successful 2015 campaign straight through the cold winter into the start of festival season. Unlike other trap acts, Keys N Krates are able to differentiate their live act from nearly everyone else. With a live drummer, keyboardist, and an award winning turntablist, the trio is innovating a growing genre.

 

 

Keys N Krates are poised for a strong new year. They’ve been steadily releasing original tracks and remixes and staying fresh over the last few months. Recently, they came out with a drum-and-bass-inspired behemoth in the song “U Already Know,” which is sure to find its way into every trap DJ’s set from now until Ultra.

 

The Keys N Krates tour is one of the best ways one can kick off 2016. In this day and age, the live act is king and these guys are at the top of trap in that respect. In fact – they stand alone. So don’t miss this blessing of a tour when Keys N Krates come to your city.

 

1/19 (Tue): Higher Ground, Burlington *Rescheduled to 3/23*

1/20 (Wed): Port City Music Hall, Portland

1/21 (Thu): Paradise Rock Club, Boston

1/22 (Fri): Terminal 5, NYC

1/24 (Sun): SoundGarden Hall, Philadelphia *Rescheduled to 4/1*

 

 



Matt Reynolds is a music enthusiast on a mission to share his musical knowledge with the masses. Born and raised on the hard streets of suburban North Jersey, Matt was diagnosed with an irreversible addiction to electronic music in 2009. Since then, he’s pledged to discover and share his experiences with clubs, festivals, and the world of electronic music. Situated minutes from NYC, Matt has traveled from Massachusetts to Miami and everywhere between chasing music and making memories. When he isn’t writing for MASS EDMC, he’s either reading, writing fiction, or (most likely) booty-shaking on the dance floor.