It’s been quite a year for Paces, the Gold Coast DJ/Producer started the year on a high with an appearance on Triple J’s Hottest 100 as the producer to TK Maidza’s “Switch Lanes” and has since then been a regular feature on the airwaves with his original “Nothing’s Forever” featuring Perth songstress Kučka.
Over the next couple of months, he’ll be bouncing around the nation in promotion of his latest single “Hold it Down” (check out the newly released music video below). He kicks off the tour this Friday at Flyrite in Northbridge, and it is set to be a banger, featuring his distinctive repertoire of original Future Bass/Jersey Club beats and his catchy remixes. I’m personally looking forward to a play of his addictive remix of Ou est le Swimming Pool’s “Dance the Way I Feel”, because I need some tropical dance feels to keep me warm these cold winter nights.
UPDATE: Paces has now moved his Perth show to Villa where his tour will coincide with Miami Horror's "All Possible Futures" Australian tour. This means that ticket holders will benefit from seeing a festival-worthy line-up of Australia's up and coming in EDM, with the likes of Young Franco, JOY., and local Leon Osborne joining the fun!
Check out their website here for more ticket details.
And while you're at it, also check out the music video for Miami Horror's new single, Cellophane (So Cruel), from their latest album 'All Possible Futures' (out now) below: