BIJOU is keeping Night Bass at the pinnacle of U.S.-based bass-driven house music with the forthcoming release of his four-track EP, ‘G-Code’. DJ Mag is proud to offer a preview of the dancefloor agitators with a premiere of the EP's title cut.
Phoenix-bred BIJOU has been seminal in the rise of G-House across the States, sharing studio time with the likes of Dr. Fresch and Thee Cool Cats. His debut Night Bass EP features collaborations with Torren Foot and Blak Trash.
"This for me is what I feel is my most complete and proud body of work. It took over a year and a half to really bring all of the tracks together and get them sounding proper before I sent them off. I couldn't be more ecstatic to be releasing them on Night Bass as my main goal this year was to land an EP on the label. Big ups to AC (Slater) and the crew for always showing love!" shares BIJOU to DJ Mag ahead of the premiere.
Following the release, BIJOU will jump on a fall tour with Angelz and Ciszak. The aptly-dubbed ‘ABC Tour’ includes stops in San Francisco, Dallas, Detroit, Chicago, Denver and Edmonton. Find the current itinerary and tour promo image just below the stream.
‘G-Code’ will be available 15th September via Night Bass. The EP can be secured here.
2) ‘1000 Bitches’
3) ‘Get Up’
4) ‘Afterparty ft. Blak Trash’
THE ABC Tour Dates:
20/10 – Albuquerque, NM @ El Rey Theater
27/10 – Flagstaff, AZ @ The Greenroom
28/10 – Tucson, AZ @ 191 Toole
31/10 – Phoenix, AZ @ Shady Park
03/11 – TBA
10/11 – TBA
16/11 – San Francisco, CA @ Audio
17/11 – TBA
18/11 – TBA
24/11 – Dallas TX @ The Nines
25/11 – Austin, TX @ Kingdom
30/11 – Portland, OR @ Jade Club
01/12 – Detroit, MI @ The Grasshopper
02/12 – Chicago, IL @ The Annex
08/12 – Seattle, WA @ Foundation
09/12 – Calgary, AB @ Marquee
14/12 – Sacramento, CA @ Social
15/12 – TBA
16/12 – TBA
20/12 – TBA
22/12 – Denver, CO @ Church
23/12 – Edmonton, AB @ Mercer
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