Why See Liquid Stranger?
Experimental Dubstep Icon Liquid Stranger's Infinity Tour
When his childhood roots in classical music met his interest in Atari games and computer software, Swedis-born producer Martin Staaf began his experimentations with multiple genres and EDM, culminating the in the release of his debut album The Invisible Conquest under the name Liquid Stranger in 2007. Twelve years and twelve albums later, Staaf is gearing up to hit the road on the 2019 Infinity Tour in support of his brand new album of the same name.
A pioneer of 'Transitional Dubstep', Staaf is inspired by and uses sounds from Latin, Asian, Jamaican Dancehall and Eastern European dubs, as well as Ambience, Big Band Swing and Psychedelia, merging genres to create his own unique style. When it comes to his live shows, expect bone-shaking bass lines, retina-searing light shows and euphoric drops.
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