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Belgian dub duo Ganja White Night has etched out a prominent position for themselves in the world of bass music.
Affectionately known as the wobble brothers by their fans, Benjamin “Bamby” Bayeul and Charlie “Erwan” Dodson, took the world by storm with their 2016 LP Mr. Wobble and now the twosome is ready to build further on that success. When this pair isn’t busy turning airplanes into their own personal after parties, they are working hard to bring the bass community new and exciting content.
Ganja White NIght will kick off 2018 with a new concept album, The Origins, to be released on their own label, SubCarbon Records, plus a self-curated tour featuring SubCarbon labelmates Dirt Monkey and Subtronics plus special guest Caspa, Opiuo & Downlink will join the Wobble Brothers on a number of dates in a unique live setting. Each concert on the tour will open with a B2B DJ set from the roster before Ganja White Night’s performance featuring live instrumentation and editing/remixing. A closely guarded opening performance is not to be missed.
Currently on tour now, the Wobble Brothers will wrap up 2017 with a stop at Insomniac’s Countdown NYE party on December 30 in San Bernardino followed by their performance at the two day NYE Festival Snowta in Minneapolis on the 31st. Lovers of bass music will be elated to know that the boys from Brussels will not be missing beat as they bring their incredible live show from shore to shore starting in February. Tickets for The Origin’s Tour are on sale now on Ganja White Night’s official website.
2018 Tour Dates
2/8/2018 Thursday Grand Rapids, MI – The Intersection
2/9/2018 Friday Chicago, IL – The Aragon
2/10/2018 Saturday Detroit, MI – Royal Oak
2/12/2018 Monday Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom
2/13/2018 Tuesday Syracuse, NY – Westcott Theater
2/14/2018 Wednesday Boston, MA – House of Blues
2/15/2018 Thursday Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory
2/16/2018 Friday New York City, NY – Playstation Theater
2/17/2018 Saturday Richmond, VA – The National
2/18/2018 Sunday Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
2/19/2018 Monday Washington, DC – U Street Music Hall (1+1)
2/21/2018 Wednesday Knoxville, TN – The International
2/23/2018 Friday Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle
2/24/2018 Saturday Nashville, TN – Limelight
2/27/2018 Tuesday Tulsa, OK – Cain’s
2/28/2018 Wednesday Fayetteville, AR – George’s Majestic
3/1/2018 Thursday Lincoln, NE – Bourbon Theatre
3/2/2018 Friday Kansas City, MO – Arvest Bank Theatre at Midland
3/3/2018 Saturday St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
3/8/2018 Thursday Salt Lake City, UT – Sky
3/10/2018 Saturday Portland, OR – Roseland
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