Madeon has revealed a stacked fall and winter itinerary with the announcement of his upcoming Good Faith tour. The French visionary, who just recently performed at Porter Robinson‘s Second Sky Festival, is on the cusp of debuting his new live show at Lollapalooza later this summer—which also serves as the kickoff date for his 31-stop international tour.
Good Faith is slated for early stops in London, Paris, and a handful of Canadian dates, then a thorough canvassing of the US with scheduled stops in Brooklyn, Phoenix, Atlanta, Dallas, Seattle, New Orleans, and more, running from early August through mid-December.
Madeon, French producer lesser known as Hugo Leclercq, has been surprising fans left and right over the past few weeks, after it was announced that he would be performing at Porter Robinson‘s Second Sky Festival and Chicago’s Lollapalooza. Though the “Shelter” artist will be playing a DJ set at Second Sky, he has now shared the news that his Lollapalooza show will consist of an entirely new live set-up.
While there is no word on an impending project from Madeon, his response to a fan’s tweet about an “album live show” may suggest there is new music on the way. Now four years out from his beloved debut studio album, Adventure, one can only hope that a new music announcement from Leclercq will be coming soon. Though, with Madeon’s live appearances starting to ramp up this summer, something tells us new music may be just around the corner.
Four Tet will bring his immersive show of electronic music and mesmerizing lighting effects to London’s iconic Alexandra Palace on Thursday, May 9, 2019. Debuting the show on tour in support of his 2017 album, New Energy, the UK artist created a live show with an all-encompassing experience to match his engrossing music. With help on the lighting by UK company Squidsoup, Four Tet’s tour quickly became notorious for its setup that included floor-to-ceiling pulsating lights and a DJ set up in the center of each venue. After being such a hit in 2018, Four Tet will look to fill the historic London venue with enough lights for its 10,000-person capacity.
Ticket information for the upcoming show can be found here.
A live Justice performance is undoubtedly one of the most impressive of live dance music performances. Luckily, one of the mighty Parisian duo’s sets has been preserved on video by Arte Concert and the quality number’s now available for viewing.
Recorded at the Accor Hotels arena in Paris on their October 14 jaunt, the duo rips through a vivacious bag of tricks and tracks, adding to their legendary reputation. Newer cuts are dropped off their 2016 full-length Woman only to spliced alongside older, deep cuts all while the duo’s signature cross pulsates in the background.
With a godly performance like this, it’s obvious why so many return to the auditory altars of the duo.