Tuned Out Tour

Acts: 
Party Favor
Acts: 
KRANE
Acts: 
TWO OWLS
Concert Date: 
Fri, 10/13/2017
Age Restriction: 
No
Location: 
Rialto Theatre

There's nothing like escaping the stress of studying for exams like heading down to the Rialto for a night of great music. We arrived right in the middle of the opener, TWO OWLS's set, and we're welcomed with bangers after bangers. I had never heard of the LA-based electronic duo before this initial experience, but I was pleasantly surprised by the environment they were creating from the start. They played lots of hard, dubstep-influenced tracks that got the fairly small initial crowd charged with energy, even to the point of a few mosh pits breaking out. I enjoyed the hard energy of their set, but my favorite song they played was their final track, which is actually a recent release of theirs that has much more of a future bass style. I now know the song is titled “Daylight” and it’s a song they created with KLAXX featuring the singing talents of Blake Rose. Hearing it for the first time live to end their set was amazing. The drop in this song is spectacular and really caught me off guard because it was so stylistically different than most of what they had been playing earlier in the set. TWO OWLS was definitely a pleasant surprise to start the night.

Up next, my favorite artist out of the three going into the night, KRANE, was coming out, and boy did he come out with fire. He played an amazing set of future bass, trap, and overall hard, yet pretty songs. He took the energy that TWO OWLS created initially and really rode with it, playing many of my favorite original and remix works of his including “Fall Apart” and his remix of Cashmere Cat’s “9 (After Coachella)”. KRANE’s set was great because he played a great mix of hype future bass and trap music, mixed in w