CloZee brought the magic of her Microworlds Tour to Jannus Live! in downtown St. Petersburg for a sold-out two-night run with Wreckno, Daily Bread, and Canvas on support duties. On […]
CloZee brought the magic of her Microworlds Tour to Jannus Live! in downtown St. Petersburg for a sold-out two-night run with Wreckno, Daily Bread, and Canvas on support duties. On night one, CloZee presented her Microworlds album in full, with Daily Bread and Canvas warming up the crowd. The second night, CloZee played a DJ set following Wreckno and Canvas, who took over Heard It Here First’s Instagram for an exclusive behind-the-scenes look of the tour.
The Microworlds Tour was in high demand in Florida, with both nights quickly selling out at Jannus Live! in the center of downtown St. Pete. Canvas opened up the two-night run with her signature bass-heavy, trap-influenced beats, including her newest track, “6 Beats”. Her infectious energy and seamless crowd control invigorated attendees the second they stepped foot into the venue. On night two, Canvas’ Heard It Here First Instagram takeover gave fans a glimpse into a day in the life of an artist on the Microworlds Tour, from last-minute set edits to exclusive side stage views.
Daily Bread’s suave bass finesse and Wreckno’s intoxicating freeform flair brought the energy to new heights as CloZee’s direct support on Thursday and Friday, respectively. Dropping all of the bangers from his Invisible Cinema album like “Snickerz” and“Back To The Moon”, Daily Bread had the whole crowd hooting and hollering. Likewise, Wreckno pulled out all of the fan favorites from the vault, opening with Super Future’s “MILLIONS” flip by BIA and dauntlessly transitioning into his newest collaboration alongside Mersiv, “Bounce”.
CloZee presented the Microworlds show on night one, playing her newest LP front to back. Pensive tracks like “Childhood” and “Glow In The Dark” tugged on the heartstrings of fans, as CloZee delivered a sentimental sonic manifestation detailed by echoed vocal chops and deep bass. Standout heavyweight tracks on Microworlds like “Antares” and “VISIONS” demonstrated the opposite, revitalizing fans with a contagious groove supported by an army of lasers.
On night two, CloZee threw down a DJ set that offered a fusion of CloZee essentials with various natural bass influences, including artists who have released under her esteemed Odyzey label. Dipping into the nostalgia of her Neon Jungle and Evasion albums while demoing new-era collaborations like “Infinity” with Ganja White Night, CloZee’s DJ set perfectly showcased her sonic growth and ever-evolving sound design.
If you haven’t caught CloZee’s Microworlds Tour yet, it’s not too late! She has tour dates running all the way until the end of 2023 which you can find here.
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