Techno on Tour with Gesaffelstein
With a worldwide tour underway in support of his debut album, French DJ and techno
artist Gesaffelstein is setting the house on fire around the globe. His work with other artists has catapulted his career
to the point where he's able to draw major numbers at concert venues and dance halls. Gesaffelstein tickets are an invitation
to experience fresh beats of electronica, funk, and techno.
After playing the Future Music Asia Festival
2014 with the likes of Pharrell Williams, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, and the Wu Tang Clan, Gesaffelstein headed to the United
States to lay it down in Miami's South Beach in late March. From there, he'll head to the West Coast for appearances in Hollywood,
California in late May. Following that, he'll leave California for Stockholm, Sweden and Bourges, France in April. Gesaffelstein
will then return to LA for two shows at the Fonda Theater, scheduled for May 22 and 23, 2014. Following those two shows, he
will perform at the incredible Sasquatch Music Festival at the Gorge Amphitheater in rural Washington State (May 25). In keeping
with the festival vibe, his next subsequent show will be at Lollapalooza in Chicago, IL on August 3.
to the work he has done in support of other artists, Gesaffelstein produced two tracks on Kanye West's sixth album, Yeezus.
He also worked with A$AP Rocky on the track "In Distress," which appears on the soundtrack for new movie Divergent.
Born in Lyon, France in 1985 as Mark Levy, Gesaffelstein adopted his current moniker as a blending of two
names - Gesamtkunstwerk and Einstein. He has been active as a DJ and techno artist since 2008, steadily increasing his fame
and establishing himself as a must-see on the live circuit. He has worked with a variety of record labels, beginning on OD
Records in 2008 with the release of his first LP, "Vengeance Factory." After making a name in France and on the European festival
scene, Gesaffelstein is primed to become one of the preeminent talents in electronica.
in Europe for years for his techno work, Gesaffelstein really got noticed for his contributions to Kanye West's latest album
- work that upped his name recognition with fans around the world. He has garnered rave reviews for his remix of "Shockwave"
by The Hacker, which appears on the soundtrack for the video game Grand Theft Auto V.
Oct. 28, 2013
was the official release date for ALEPH
, Gesaffelstein's debut complete album, which followed an impressive list of
compilations. A collection of singles and EPs also preceded ALEPH
. Tracks like "Pursuit," "Hate or Glory," and the
title track "ALEPH" take the artist's work to an even higher level and are pleasing critics worldwide.
dressed to the nines when he takes to the stage, Gesaffelstein operates under a sort of less-is-more motif, with expressive
light shows building to a fever pitch along with the music but never going over the top. Fans will be mesmerized by the experience
as Gesaffelstein leads them on a journey of musical and visual magic. If you're a fan of the Belgian techno of the 90s, you'll
love Gesaffelstein's sound and look.