Keys N Krates Prepare Every Nite (The Remixes)

Keys N Krates Prepare Every Nite (The Remixes)
Set for Release December 1

Featuring Remixes from Machinedrum, Darq E Freaker,
Chris Lorenzo, Taiki Nulight & R3ll

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After much anticipation, Every Nite, the new EP from celebrated Canadian trio Keys N Krates, finally dropped in late September to considerable acclaim. Now, Keys N Krates are getting ready to present Every Nite (The Remixes), which brims with an impressive selection of forwarding thinking talent including Machinedrum, Darq E Freaker, Chris Lorenzo, Taiki Nulight and R3ll. Featuring styles ranging from juke to UK bass to Jersey club, this remix package takes the already formidable work from the electronic band and gives it a new edge. 

A follow up to 2013's SOLOW EP and lead by the acclaimed single “Are We Faded,”Every Nite aptly demonstrates Keys N Krates' evolution as a band, as well as their loyalty to the unique fusion of hip-hop and electronic music that they're known for. After a debut on Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show as well as on the highly influential YouTube channel All Trap Music, "Are We Faded" has amassed over 1 million plays on Soundcloud and has been supported by the likes of Machinedrum, What So Not, Hudson Mohawke and Plastician. The track also received special support from a young fan in Canada, who loved the tune so much she got her dance class to choreograph and perform a recital to it. Additionally, the second track to be revealed off the EP, "Understand Why," has received support from artists such as Hudson Mohawke, Just Blaze, and Salva.  

Every Nite (The Remixes) comes hot off the heels of the hugely successful Every Nite Tour with Gladiator and Thugli, which took the band across the expanse of North America for nearly 40 dates. Up next for the trio is the Mad Decent Boat Party taking place November 12 - 16, where they'll perform alongside some of the best that house and bass music has to offer. This will be followed by yet another string of dates, bringing the explosive live Keys N Krates experience to major markets across the continent. 

Upcoming Keys N Krates Tour Dates:

11/12 - Mad Decent Boat Party - Miami, FL
11/28 - Webster Hall - New York, NY
12/9 - Union Bar - Iowa City, IA
12/10 - Majestic Live - Madison, WI
12/11 - The Interscection - Grand Rapids, MI
12/12 - Garden Theater - Detroit, MI
12/13 - Concord Music Hall - Chicago, IL
12/20 - 2720 Cherokee - St. Louis, MO
12/22 - Fortune Sound Club - Vancouver, CA
1/7 - Encore - Tallahassee, FL
1/8 - Venue 578 - Orlando, FL
1/9 - Simon's Nightclub - Gainesville, FL
1/10 - District 3 - Tampa, FL

Praise for Every Nite:

"The new single, 'Are We Faded,' is dizzyingly sexy, pushing along at a slower tempo that's ideal for sweaty, middle-of-the-dance-pit grooving. It's carried by choppy female vocals that bounce around in tandem with the synths, vanishing every once in a while to let a low voice chime 'f-f-faded.'" - Billboard

"...the trio of Adam Tune (drummer), David Matisse (synthesizer/keyboardist), and Jr. Flo (turntablist) care little about the walls within EDM’s sub-genres, blending their skills to keep a dance floor grooving even when hitting them with the filthiest builds from the bass music realm." - Consequence of Sound

"A union littered with clichés and near misses, 'Are We Faded' reminds us just how powerful the union of dance floor fundamentals and hip hop etiquette can sound when executed in the right hands. Powerful beats, ample triplet runs and that infectious sampled prowess scream all the hallmarks of another solid run for a trio cutting notably unique shapes in the industry." - Dancing Astronaut

"'Understand Why' combines loopy, pitched up '90s house vocals, knocking rap drums, epic synths, big bass, and haunting voices to form a genre defying banger." - Hypetrak

"...what's made Toronto three-piece Keys N Krates stand out in the electronic music world is that they've so seamlessly incorporated dance music and hip hop, traditionally sample and DJ based genres, into a live setting. They're switching up convention as they approach the organic from the electronic and their freshly released Every Nite EP brings a hip hop laden bassweight to a live setting like no one has before." - THUMP 

"Keys N Krates have a wonderfully tumultuous sound that steers you around on an audio rollercoaster, allowing you to chill with airy calm spells that slowly build up into electronic exhilaration." - BlackBook

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