Bro Safari - Dance Music, Texas Style
Good dance tracks spun by American artists can be found! Hailing from Texas,
Bro Safari has established himself as an artful DJ that can spin hot mixes with the best in the world. The energy level of
his live performances is exciting. The quality of workmanship put into the tracks he releases has garnered praise from some
of the top names in the business. He's pushed the envelope and become a must-see act for fans of hot dance music.
Safari's Animal House Tour started in October 2013 with a show in Fort Collins, Colorado that drew rave reviews. Essentially
his first big tour as the headlining act, the shows kept up the buzz as he hit city after city. By the end of March he was
dropping tracks in Miami before heading to Washington, D.C. for an April show at 9:30 Club. Then it's back to Texas for two
appearances in April at Carson Creek Ranch in Austin. Following that, is a May show at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco,
then off across the country to a second appearance at the Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts that same month.
Weiller isn't a man who fits the image of the hard-party dance scene. He's a family man, who says his main focus in life is
to be the best husband and father he can be.
Behind the moniker is one Nick Weiller, who is also one-half
of the act Ludacris, and he is one of three doing mash-ups under the name Evol Intent. Originally from Atlanta, he moved to
Texas because of the unique music experience that he expected to find in Austin. His recent success has come through years
of hard work and fourteen years of experience has led him down a path of success.
The style is high-energy
dance and electronica, following the groove of what is known as "trap a sub." This genre is rap inspired, and heavy on the
bass. His breakout work came in the Austin music scene, which is of course a hotbed for experimentation, as well as a great
spot to encourage the development of new musical themes. Hit singles "Scumbag," and "The Drop" got him noticed. He then collaborated
with UFO! on "Animal," an all-free giveaway via Sound Cloud that really sent his stock climbing. His Animal House Tour in
support of his second album, also called "The Drop," helped push him into new territory as one of the top touring DJ's in
When "Bros Gone Wild" dropped in March of 2012, it was part of this artist's journey from regional
phenomena to national act. "Animal" was released with extended tracks and remixes -- and although there is a suggested donation
for this music, it is still being offered for free.
High energy bass and drum sets make dancing in
your seat a given. The rhythms don't always fit a defined genre, but they're always contagious. His shows cross genres with
dance, and he is constantly experimenting with new ranges. Don't expect any ballads or slow pieces. He's playing with the
170 bpm audio range, and testing limits at 100 bpm. A Bro Safari show is fast becoming a must for dance music enthusiasts.
Get your tickets to a show and see why!