From their short time on this planet, ATLiens have become synonymous with sinister, incongruous soundscapes that serve as glimpses into their enigmatic psyche. It’s now no more a news that the duo is constantly making waves across the world with their powerful performances and music. ATLiens are bringing their Invasion Tour to INDIA in just a few days. The tour which is under Music High Court‘s new event experience vertical titled ‘Throwdown” will be hitting shores of three bass-capitals of the country, New Delhi, Bangalore, and Pune.
Music High Court who is putting a sweat & blood to unite all the contributors in the bass music scene in India not just serves to bring great show experiences under “Throwdown” but also is a record label and tastemaker brand (Asia’s largest). The brand which is now 3 years old looks promising by their crafty and impressive artworks, videos and obviously their choice of music and artists. Check Music High Court’s YouTube here.
ATLiens are fresh from their debut “The Invasion” North America tour, where they took over iconic venues such as Avalon Hollywood, Sterolive in Houston, and Sound Bar in Chicago, including some sold-out dates. The duo has now announced their Australian tour along with their names on Wobbleland‘s lineup last week.
We may not know what their purpose on Earth is, but we do know that ATLiens have been gradually infiltrating the minds of electronic music fans since their initial releases; they first struck out with the hard-hitting “Watch Out,” featuring the Ragga Twins, and “Malfunction” with TYNAN. ATLiens then hit Earth with their six-track EP “Invasion,” full of bass-heavy, robotic tracks that caught the attention of humans around the globe. Pair their 26-city tour with collaborations from Bassnectar, Quix, and their single “Interstellar” breaking radio, ATLiens have been growing stronger at an exponential rate. They’re becoming even more fearless with every coming release, and tour. All of these signs point to ATLiens‘ increasing presence on our planet, and begs the existential question…what do they want from us?