The wait is almost over as Mat Zo and Kill The Noise finally kick off their tour “Kill The Zo” starting in beautiful San Francisco, California. Fans are in for a real treat after the duo bonded over a common mutual respect, love, and passion for their music. Together they set out to deliver a truly one of a kind show to North America. The two recently released their first track done together for the tour titled “Part 1” which brilliantly displays what to expect when Mat Zo and Kill The Noise mesh their unique production talents together. Nobody’s quite sure what to expect since this tour is highly experimental with loads of new material to be unloaded on the show’s audience. Mat Zo’s beautiful trance melodies and progressive house touch combined with Kill The Noise’s driving electro-house and dubstep is sure to create an amazing experience. KILL THE NOISE touches down in Hollywood next Saturday May 17th at the Hollywood Palladium.
More about Mat Zo:
24 year old Matan Zohar comes all the way from London, UK to deliver his personal style of progressive house and trance. Most fans are familiar with his collaboration on “Easy” with Porter Robinson which became an instant classic among us all. His remix of Empire Of The Sun’s “Alive” was played all over festivals last summer. Most recently Mat Zo has been featured on Disney’s new EDM album “DConstructed” where he remixed the Lion King’s infamous “The Circle of Life” with a drum & bass twist to it. The music video is pretty trippy, check it out!
More about Kill The Noise:
American producer Jake Stancazk has been in the game since 2003 producing truly unique electro house and dubstep tracks. His first single came to us in 2008 awesomely titled “Kill Kill Kill.” KTN is no stranger to festivals world-wide as he just came back from rocking Electric Zoo Mexico’s main stage, and will have to take a day off from touring with Mat to play at the highly anticipated inaugural Mysteryland USA. Recent tracks from KTN include his collaboration with Datsik on “Lightspeed” and an epic remix of Duck Sauce’s “NRG” with Skrillex and Mile & Otis.