From pioneering the aggressive bass music movement and shaping it into what it has become today, to being the first ever to form a live dubstep band, Excision stands nothing short of frequently proving himself as a Dubstep pioneer.

Jeff Abel (better known as Excision) is back with a vengeance and he is striking harder than ever. Premiering 150,000 watts of PK Sound power combined with his monstrous custom stage rig, he is bringing to us an intensified bass experience unlike any other. The Paradox.

This time around, Excision is taking over the Palladium for a night that is bound to leave everyone’s ears ringing for a week straight. The palladium is perfect for The Paradox because the mind-blowing production that is set to dominate will be perfectly viewed from just about anywhere you may find yourself. This includes the upstairs patios, the back lounge, center stage, the bar areas on the sides, and even the outside patio.

Did I mention the reverberation that takes place inside? Reverb: An effect whereby the sound produced by an amplifier or an amplified musical instrument is made to reverberate. This is essentially when sound bounces off of walls or objects and creates an extended sound effect. The Palladium is known for their powerful sound and combined with Excisions 150,000 watts of sonic power, the reverb madness will be in full effect and ready to melt the faces off of 3700 bass-heads and ravers alike.

It was sometime late in 2013 when the Safe In Sound tour landed in Los Angeles. Excision was playing with Destroid and every time the bass dropped and shook the venue upside down, you could see paint falling off of the ceiling as the sonic madness that blew from those speakers made everything inside of The Palladium tremble, or reverberate.

That was all PK Sound power at work and I am expecting something very similar if not with more aggression.

Based on videos I’ve seen, there is a rig that forms a grid like barrier in front of the entire setup, creating a spectacle of lights vertical to the entire production. Excision has strayed from the typical ambience of an electronic music event and created a fully immersive visual experience with an LED panel extravaganza that will be encompassing the stage.

The past 3 years of touring for Excision have featured The Executioner, his previously used custom production rig that set the bar extremely high for The Paradox to beat. The Executioner used video projection mapping meanwhile The Paradox is a modular, LED panel based setup that can easily be adjusted to work with the Palladium’s constraints.

Brace yourselves for an adventure unlike any other on January 30th. For more info, click here.