Since 2009, Belgian-based producer Netsky has refreshed the drum and bass scene with tracks that feature both multi-layered instrumentals and stunning vocal work. This Saturday, the artist will headline Webster Hall as one of the last stops on his "Stay Up With Me" live US tour. Fans are in for a stunning performance that will deviate from the traditional DnB show. In an exculsive interview with Daily Beat this November, the artist hinted at a new sound to compliment both the tour and his third studio album. He went on the record by stating "Most of the songs I have been writing with other people, song writers and other singers, and that’s a total new way of working for me and I really like it that way."
That's not to say Netsky is abandoning the signature sound that loyal fans have come to expect. During his stop in San Diego, the artist played his classic remix of Rusko's "Hold On" amongst other signature tracks. If Netsky can seamlessly combine his original sound (as seen on classics like 2010's "Eyes Closed") with new releases like the 2014 single "Running Low," fans at Webster are in for an unforgettable set.
Fellow DnB artist Kove will also be featured at the event, whose skills are showcased on this 20-minute mix. Early bird tickets are still available on Ticket Web for the event, which will begin at 6pm.
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