It may surprise you, but after spending years at the forefront of popular electronic music, Zeds Dead have only just released their debut album, Northern Lights. The album tours fans through the exact kind of musical mastery that we’ve come to expect from two of Canada’s most prolific electronic artists, and then some. Ballads, enveloped in the duo’s addicting tendency to lean toward the lower register, weave their way in-between the star-studded bangers of the record. The duo’s creative flexibility is well-displayed throughout, and there’s no doubt that Northern Lights guarantees Zeds Dead a few more billings as festival headliners.
But we don’t want to wait until festival season to see the iconic pair, and luckily we won’t have to. This Saturday, December 17, Zeds Dead will make not one, but two stops: one at Terminal 5 with Pusher, and then later at Webster Hall with Hunter Siegel added to the tour line-up.
Grab your tickets. It’s going to be a hell of a night.