10:00pm, Thu 19 July, 2018
Fat Controller, ADELAIDE, SA
ENSCHWAY @ Fat Controller, Thursday July 19th With special guests Daktyl & Vincent
Enschway. Daktyl. Vincent. They're three of the best names in bass music and this July, they're teaming up for the one huge tour.
For his biggest run of Australian shows to date, homegrown bass star Enschway is joining forces with two big name internationals. Together, Enschway, Daktyl and Vincent will head around the country, kicking things off at Mr Wolf in Canberra then heading to Villa in Perth, the Metro Theatre in Sydney, Fat Controller in Adelaide and The Met in Brisbane, before winding up at Northcote Social Club in Melbourne.
It's a tour that brings together a triumvirate of the most forward-thinking names in bass.
And Enschway won't be hitting the road empty handed. He can now announce that the Friendschway EP Volume 3 - the follow-up to his two hugely successful EPs of the same series, which featured collaborations with the who's-who of future bass and amassed millions of plays on Spotify and SoundCloud - is coming soon.
It's all part of Enschway's huge 2018. In a little over a year he's has built a reputation as one of Australia's best new names with songs like 'Taking Hold', his hugely-successful collaboration with Kuren. He's scored airplay on triple j, wowed crowds at Splendour in the Grass, got love from big dons like RL Grime, Diplo and What So Not, and made serious waves overseas with high-energy songs that pack a big dose of bass, a punch of synth and a hit of melody.
US star Daktyl has released music on Diplo's label Mad Decent, turned in remixes for Halsey and Major Lazer, opened for Odesza and Bonobo and played Coachella - all while releasing a steady stream of his own singles, like 2018's brilliant new '6 Letters' and 'Riyaaz'. With his discography spanning both bass-heavy, jungle-driven tracks and delicate, subtle and organic sounds, Daktyl is a producer who can do it all.
Canadian boundary-pusher Vincent fuses trap, future bass and everything in between for a trend-setting sound all of his own. The success of his breakthrough summer anthem 'Anax' in 2015 led to an official remix of Alison Wonderland and a set at Coachella, while his versions of tracks from The Chainsmokers and Alesia Cara have clocked up over ten million streams on SoundCloud.
Australia hasn't seen a bass tour this big in a long time - catch Enschway, Daktyl and Vincent around the country this July.